Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from TIME

George Clooney Might Get Married in Downton Abbey

TIME-May 27, 2014
Not to be outdone by the lavish European ceremony from a certain #worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple, reformed bachelor George Clooney and his normal-person ...
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Snooki wedding photos: See the former 'Jersey Shore' stars in ... 1, 2014
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jionni LaValle's wedding was also the site of a ... Snooki marries in lavish N.J. wedding, reveals first photos in lace dress on Twitter.
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

That's amore! Newlywed Lauren Conrad and husband William ...

Daily Mail-Sep. 18, 2014
... and husband William Tell to honeymoon in Italy after lavish wedding ceremony ... for the 28-year-old author and fashion designer to celebrate her marriage.
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Watch One Direction arrive in their smartest suits and shades ... 22, 2014
... in their smartest suits and shades for Louis Tomlinson's mum's lavish wedding ... ties and shades - and it seems even a wedding won't separate Harry and his ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

But there is another: once we have established the sequence of two word-concepts, they immediately took the form of the subject and its symptom. This means in turn that the sequence of concepts shows that the first word is always the subject and the second the predicate, or characteristic, property. This distribution of concepts is not accidental, since it establishes the nature, the content of the concepts in the framework of the relations subject-predicate and immediately aims at establishing a certain context. In other words, the predicate establishes a set of derivative concepts that define the context of the subject, i.e., indicate, describe, called the scope of the predicate, and, consequently, a key semantic unit.

It is clear that the context of the entire sentence relative to the semantic unit "reared" would be different if we swapped the subject and the predicate: "the Rack was raised". Thus, the predicate, as we have said, in fact, defines the area concepts, in which, in the future, and the quotation will be based. It turns out that the predicate is short, usually one word, the definition of the context entity, which then, as necessary, takes place in a detailed description, by means of special semantic units of the sentence.