Monday, December 2, 2019

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10 iconic looks from Michelle Obama's days as first lady

USA TODAY-Jan. 16, 2017
More than any other article of clothing, Obama's white silk chiffon inaugural gown will come to symbolize her years in the East Wing. It catapulted designer Jason ...
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Atonement 10th anniversary: The inside story on that iconic ... 7, 2017
The lush bare-back gown, captured elegantly and generously by director Joe ... Beauty and the Beast remake was as difficult as landing on that iconic green.
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How Emma Watson's Iconic Beauty and the Beast Dress Was ...

E! News Canada (blog)-Mar. 15, 2017
Say hello to one of the most iconic dresses in fairy tale history: Belle's yellow gown. Sure, you see the golden silhouette come to life every Halloween on small ...
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You Could Own Audrey Hepburn's Iconic 'Sabrina' Gown

Hollywood Reporter-Sep. 19, 2017
One of the most iconic dresses in cinema history almost ended up in a Goodwill donation. "There were three trunks in the back of a warehouse," recalls Joe ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Ebulid of Miletus was determined sophistry "Litter (heap)" in this way: one grain is not a heap, two grains - not a bunch of three grain - heap, etc.
A more detailed exposition can be read in my article "the Threshold of socialization (AversYanov L. J. In search of your ideas. - M., 2000).
In the thirties, when it was established the academic degrees and is formed by the higher attestation Commission to monitor the scientific level of master's and doctoral theses, in relation to him emerged the concept of "scientific novelty" and "practical significance". This came from the understandable sound reasoning: scientific work should be required to have a novelty, i.e. something which was new, and practical results. Everything seems to be correct. But in practice everything is more complicated primarily because it was not methodologically defined the concepts of "new" and "practical significance". If the new is something that is different from the other, but the excellent may not be new. If the new to what previously was not, then it cannot be perceived. But if it was seen, then it is not new. To define a new is very difficult. This is always the most vulnerable point in the thesis. And if someone really wanted to fill up a dissertation, the best reason to think was impossible. However, scientists rarely use this opportunity, given the vagueness of the term. After all the monographs, academic and original, no one ever specifies scientific novelty and practical importance, no one requires. If VAK, meaning officials stubbornly cling to these provisions, there is a suspicion that they do it in order to demonstrate their power over academic councils and applicants.
Nietzsche, F. thus spoke Zarathustra //Nietzsche, F. FAV. Work. - Moscow: Sirin, 1990. P. 192.
For further information about this can be found in my book "Why people ask questions" - M., 1993.