Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Emirates Woman

Amal Clooney has lent her wedding dress to this incredible ...

Emirates Woman-Oct. 11, 2017
However fashion fans can now get a glimpse of Amal Clooney's iconic gown in real life—although, if you're based in this part of the world, it'll involve a pretty ...
Story image for iconic gown from Observer

This Is What a $1.6 Million Wedding Dress Looks Like

Observer-Apr. 20, 2017
The first 12 looks, which featured slim black dresses dotted with sparkles and accented with capes, were a definite nod to Audrey Hepburn's iconic Hubert de ...
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Taking online shopping to into the future! Clothing destination ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 7, 2017
The feature works by way of an algorithm, which visually matches your photo to products from THE ICONIC product assortment (pictured: THE ICONIC clothes).
Story image for iconic gown from Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatchewan town of Luseland hosts unveiling exhibit of ...

Saskatoon StarPhoenix-Jul. 11, 2017
LUSELAND — The most expensive, and arguably iconicdress in the world made its Canadian public debut Monday at the community hall in Luseland, Sask.

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If you take two grains of sand from the heap, it will change the notion of a "heap"? No, not change, and if we withdraw three, four, etc.? The concept remains the same again. But the pile itself is changing and eventually it will become first in a small pile, then in a little and then disappear altogether. It turns out the pile in reality it seems to be there, and in consciousness it has changed a bunch. However, the focus of its it will not solve, because the pile itself is not.
Again, with the removal of one grain of sand like nothing changes from the point of view of solving the problem: the use of sand for construction works. It seems nothing has changed. However, with the withdrawal of even one grain of sand it becomes different. And so until then, until there are irreversible changes that already require new definition new definition of the term "heap". And if time does not change their understanding of new content of a heap, and there is the same logical paradox.