Saturday, December 7, 2019

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China's bridesmaids for hire are sexual harassment decoys

Financial Times-Apr. 25, 2016
Money can't buy you love but it can buy things in China that may not be on the market in some other countries — such as a surrogate drinker-cum-sexual ...
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This is the Most-Pinned Bridesmaid Dress on Pinterest — And ... 31, 2016
Saying "I do" to being your BFF's bridesmaid comes with a lot of responsibility — not to mention a lot of money. From paying for the out-of-town bachelorette party ...
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Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo's Sisters Share How She Picked Her ... 15, 2016
Just like most brides, Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo picked out her bridesmaids' dresses. However, she left one big decision up to her leading ladies. “Jinger picked out ...
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5 (Totally Free) Ways to Make Your Bridesmaids Feel ... 3, 2016
You may have ideas for the type of bridesmaid dress you'd like them to wear and you may even be asking them to spend a great deal of cash on your ...


Pearl Necklace said...

A classification of logico-mathematical paradoxes can be found in the book: Ramsey F. P. The Foundations of Mathematics and Other Logical Essays. N. Y: Harcourt, Brace&Co., 1931.

Anonymous said...

argues about these concepts with Florensky: "Florensky
learn about the face. This face is full of the intimacy of the inner energies. Lik
assumes personality spiritual individuality, inner freedom
spirit. (...) Summarize their discrepancy with Florensky in understanding ancient
Platonism I would formulate so. Florensky -- iconographic
understanding Plato's Ideas, I have the same -- sculptural understanding. It
The idea is too spiritually-expressive for antiquity. My Platonic Idea --
colder razlichnie and no matter; it has more of beauty than of intimacy,
more fossils than objectivity, more skin than face and face,
more cold admiration than emotion, more rhetoric and art than
prayer" (Losev A. Essays in ancient symbolism and mythology. - M.
1993. S. 705).