Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

Fifty shades of camel: Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 8, 2013
... and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley arrive in Nice for Tamara Ecclestone's lavish wedding ... private jets to ferry her guests to the South of France wedding location.
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

A wacky wedding neigh: Animal-mad bride walks down the ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 30, 2013
An animal-mad bride walked down the aisle with her pet donkey and bulldog after convincing her local reverend they needed to be part of the service.
Story image for lavish wedding from BBC News

Royal wedding: Nigerian prince marries in Loughgall village

BBC News-Aug. 16, 2013
After the church service, the guests travelled to a lavish reception at Castle Leslie in County Monaghan - the same venue that hosted the wedding of Paul ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

Elizabeth Taylor's first wedding dress likely to smash £50000 ...

Daily Mail-May 24, 2013
Taylor wore the iconic gown, made by costume designer Helen Rose, for her 1950 wedding to Conrad 'Nicky' Hilton Jr, when she was just 18 years old.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The researchers write that Eskimos have a word for snow has many names, (like over 70) describing different condition. The townspeople are much smaller, maybe only a few: white, blue, black etc.
In this work, the synonym is treated as similar concepts that have similar conceptual content derived from some General concepts and describing different situations. Accordingly, each such description, having different name, that would not be confused with each other. Thus as a synonym may be a concept from another class of concepts, but which border on the content concepts.
In this case we used a good dictionary of synonyms prepared by the firm MetroMir, and kindly provided on a complimentary basis for free access and download on the Internet:
Take at least a Correl tale "Alice in Wonderland". So, what's not stranded and got away, and it has its meaning and its value and no one reproached the author in a heap of concepts that are meaningless their relationships, and their monstrous conceptual designs. What is not invented, all went in.
Dominanta (from Latin dominans, genitive dominantis - dominant), dominant idea, the main feature or most important part of something. The dominant feature is the General attitude of man to the world, which determines the nature of all other meanings and relationships. The culture and its dominant meaning can be realized in different ways, but the existence of semantic unity gives integrity to everything I do and people are experiencing.(See. the culturological dictionary).
As wrote Vladimir Mayakovsky: "he did not overtake, not to circumvent, // the Only way - to blow up!". Also does not always work. Really it was about capitalism, which is in the past and now acts as a kind of dominant in the organization of economic life.