Boston entrepreneur refashions way bridesmaids get their ...
Boston Herald-Jun. 5, 2013
Nicole Staple wants ?to overhaul the ?bridesmaid dress. She's taken on the much-maligned garment — one that women begrudgingly shell out hundreds for, ...
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Glamour-Dec. 16, 2013
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Marie Claire.co.uk-Aug. 14, 2013
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Philadelphia Magazine (blog)-Sep. 19, 2013
I kid you not, as I sat down with my lunch of butternut squash-apple soup (it's FALL!) this afternoon and went to peruse the day's posts on Gawker, I actually and ...
legitimation becomes immediately problematic, the distinction between a denotative statement with cognitive value and a prescriptive statement with practical value is the relevance, and therefore of competence. Nothing proves that, if a statement describing the reality correctly, prescriptive statement, with the inevitable consequence of changing this fact, it is also true.
The second form of similarity is o p e R n I h e s t a in
(aemulatio), the appearance of compliance, free from the constraints imposed
place, the stationary and the current in the distance. Here we have in mind
something like that, as if the spatial articulation would be
torn and the chain links scattered far from each other, reproduced
its closed shape soglasno similarity, without any contact between
a. In competition there is something from the reflection in the mirror: via
rivalry things scattered in the world, come together in the roll.
It has long been the human face is competing with sky, and as the human mind
imperfectly reflects the divine wisdom, and eyes with their
limited lights reflect a great light distributed in the sky
the sun and moon. -- The mouth is Venus, since by mouth pass kisses and words
of love; the nose in the thumbnail is a sceptre of Jupiter and scepter
Mercury *1). Due to this rivalry the things that are
in different parts of the Universe, can resemble each other without their clutch and
convergence. Through its doubling in the mirror of the world overcomes inherent
to him the phenomenon of the distance; thus he triumphs over the place prescribed
every thing . What kind of reflections that fill the space are
source? Where reality and where the reflected image? It often
it is impossible to determine, as the rivalry is something
natural doubling of things. It comes from bending things, both edges
which immediately confront each other. Paracelsus compares this
the fundamental doubling of the world with the image of two twins, "which
absolutely fit each other, so no one can say that
of them gave the other a sort of
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