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32 photos that show how bridesmaid dresses have changed ...

Business Insider-May 28, 2019
Ornate bridesmaid dresses with ruffles, collars, and puffy sleeves have gone in and out of vogue. Patterned dresses dominated the 1970s, and bohemian ...
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Kathryn Thomas is having nine bridesmaids and we honestly ... 8, 2019
If you've ever despaired at the thought of getting your sister and your best friend to agree on a dress for your own big day, spare a thought for Kathryn Thomas.
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'Trashy' bridesmaids shamed for flashing their BUMS in ...

The Sun-Nov. 2, 2019
THESE "trashy" bridesmaids have been shamed for flashing their bums in a bizarre wedding photo. The group snap, which was posted on Facebook and then ...


Pearl Necklace said...

to say "good" denotative utterances, but also "good" prescriptive or evaluative statements... It is not confined to competence aimed at any one type of statements, say, to cognitive, to the exclusion of other. On the contrary, it gives you the opportunity to get a "good" achievement in many subjects of discourse that needs to know, to decide, to evaluate, to change... Hence one of the most important features of knowledge: it coincides with a wide

Another characteristic that should be noted is the proximity of this knowledge to practice. What actually constitutes a "good" prescriptive or evaluative utterance, or "good" achievement in denotative or special area? And those and others are considered "good" because it meets the criteria (of justice, beauty, truth and efficiency), installed in the community, which form the source of "knowing".

Anonymous said...

A special place in the life of G. Shpet held the theatre. He translated plays
Byron, Shakespeare. He became part of the theatrical world at that time. After his
second arrest to Stalin even sent a letter to people's artist
USSR V. Kachalov:
"Dear Joseph Vissarionovich!
... We realize all the responsibility our appeal to You, but we
bothered! You asking not only near and dear to us in person-we
would consider unworthy cowardice not to point out a possible error
admitted against the person we believe in an honest Soviet
citizen and who by their extraordinary knowledge can be extremely
useful our homeland. G. G. Shpet -- one of the best specialists in Shakespeare,
knows 19 languages, was a candidate 6 the Academy of Sciences, the great connoisseur