Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

The first wedding photo of Kevin Jonas and his new bride

Daily Mail-Dec. 29, 2009
The first look at Kevin Jonas's wedding to Danielle Deleasa has been revealed ... show the bride looking radiant in her tulle and Chantilly lace Vera Wang gown.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Marie Claire.co.uk

Claire Danes reveals her wedding dress secrets

Marie Claire.co.uk-Jun. 17, 2009
Claire Danes has revealed that her longtime friend, the designer Narciso Rodriguez, is designing her wedding dress, and admitted she gets 'weepy' just thinking ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Liev Schreiber 'Giddy' Over Dressing in Drag

People Magazine-Aug. 25, 2009
Dude looks like a lady! In his new role as a cross-dresser, Liev Schreiber explores his feminine side by donning a dress and wearing heels. “It was exhilaratingly ...
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This bride doesn't blush: Lily Allen wears a white wedding ...

Daily Mail-May 15, 2009
Her white flowing satin dress would be perfectly suited to a walk down the aisle. ... Here comes the bride: Lily Allen appears to be wearing a wedding dress as ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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on the measurement of time in the early middle ages, which emphasizes that
"early medieval Europe, at least early medieval Gaul,
even in the most cultured of his part -- in principle, knowing, perhaps,
astronomical hour-in practice, lived with a very rough and inaccurate
daily standards, much larger than their 24th part,
poured into an approximate measure of the "canonical hours." These measurements
expressed different names: the everyday as "night", "matinee",
"the cock crowing"; liturgical, as "praise", "performance", or conditionally
digital as the "third", "sixth", "ninth" clock" (Dobiash-Rozhdestvenskaya
O. Oppletum oppidium est Solaris // pereezd. in Dobiash-Rozhdestvenskaya
O. A. Culture of the West European middle ages. -- M, 1987. P.14).
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the emotional emphasis in the writings of the people of the XII century. returned the word
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occurring or expected "miracle" -- such is the expectation of the "end of the world",
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