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6 Essential Winona Ryder Style Moments 7, 2015
Iconic '90s It Girl Winona Ryder is going both retro and modern as the new face of Marc Jacobs' Spring 2016 beauty campaign, and her look couldn't be more ...
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Karlie Kloss sizzles in a semi-sheer metallic dress as she ...

Daily Mail-Nov. 24, 2015
Arriving at the event at London's iconic Coliseum on Monday evening, the 23-year-old ... figure as well as her assets in the partially see-through fringed gown.
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William Gillette: Five ways he transformed how Sherlock ...

BBC News-Jan. 25, 2015
The curved pipe stuck in the popular imagination and became "iconic", Werner ... Conan Doyle describes Holmes' dressing gown as variously blue, purple or ...
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Finally—a Complete Guide to Wedding Dress Shapes

InStyle-Apr. 9, 2015
Below is an excerpt from "Finally---a Complete Guide to Wedding Dress Shapes," which originally appeared on Read the full story at ...

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The question of the legitimation of social relations and of a just society, about whether it is achievable by paradox similar to the paradox of scientific activity remains open. How can it be?

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