Sunday, December 1, 2019

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Every Detail About Princess Diana's Iconic Wedding Dress 7, 2018
Now, here's a look back at all the mysterious details of Diana's wedding gown and how she managed to stun thousands with her iconic wedding day ensemble.
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Five Things You Didn't Know About JLo's 2000 Green Versace ...

AnOther Magazine-Dec. 3, 2018
Last night in New York, Donatella Versace brought back the plunging chiffon dress made famous by Jennifer Lopez at the 2000 Grammy awards. Here's five ...
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8 Surprising Things You Might Not Know About Kate ... 15, 2018
But no detail has stood the test of time quite like Kate's iconic wedding dress. ... Kate's gown was created by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, and the ...
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Royal Wedding Dresses: The 10 Most Iconic Gowns Ever

HuffPost Canada-May 18, 2018
Royal Wedding Dresses: The 10 Most Iconic Gowns Ever ... hours away, speculation on who designed Meghan Markle's wedding dress has reached fever pitch.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This may be an interesting interaction of content forms of text, its logical structure. If a logical structure can dispense with the content, as the principles of logical interaction based on the mechanical interaction of the concept, the semantic structure of the text can not do without a logical structure. But nevertheless, it keeps its feature as a semantic structure.

About the nature of the semantic structure of the text in detail we will speak later, now only some General considerations. That would make it clear that the essence of the new approach to the analysis of the text and its perception, it is imperative to introduce a logic of meaning structure in the overall context of the analysis of the text and to correlate with borderline areas of knowledge. So, if traditional logic operates mainly with the volume of concepts, then the semantic structure relates objects of the text to make sense, on the other, with the content concepts. The scope of the concepts and content of concepts is not the same thing. Although as concepts they are formed and functioning according to General principles and forms.

So, the scope and content of the text as the concepts are a special education, describing various situations in the context of solving man's problem. Because of this, and the scope and content get its definition only within a specified context. Accordingly, they represent a complete object, with its own structure and conceptual content.

The contents or meanings of the objects of the text relate to each other within a shared context. You could even say that the relationship between the contexts of interest of the human object. But if in traditional logic, we are talking about one characteristic, that of contextual logic we are talking about a lot of the (limited) signs, but the mandatory elements of the interacting objects.

In this respect, it is quite clear the presence of blocks in the text, called paragraphs. In addition to purely psychological purposes. i.e. remove the monotony when reading text, it has important meaning in the overall structure of the text. The appearance of paragraphs or blocks of already determined meaning, not the logical structure of the text.

Paragraph or a block is a complete semantic fragment of the text that performs its functions within the overall text. Is an independent text object with its specific role in the General and special system for contextual analysis. Paragraphs or blocks, natural, have a particular logical relationship between themselves and a particular form of interaction as a text object.