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Kim Kardashian's 37 Most Iconic Looks 21, 2017
In 2009, Kim wore this classy, one-shouldered white gown to the Emmys. .... We'll never forget the iconic dress Kim wore to the Balmain show at Paris Fashion ...
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Bella Hadid wows in daring thigh split satin dress as she ...

The Sun-May 24, 2017
BELLA Hadid was certainly the centre of attention as she strutted down the iconic Spanish steps in Italy for a new perfume campaign. The American model ...
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9 royal wedding gowns we'll never forget

The Loop (blog)-Nov. 28, 2017
When it comes to royal wedding dresses, there's no shortage of iconic gowns. From Princess Diana's 25-foot-long train to Kate Middleton's lace sleeves, royal ...
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Princess Diana's Iconic Dresses On Show For Anniversary

NDTV-Feb. 22, 2017
London, United Kingdom: Glittering gowns, elegant suits and bold mini-dresses worn by the late Princess Diana will go on show from Friday on the 20th ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

-- To explore only what was recorded. What isn't recorded doesn't exist.
-- There are only two ways of fixing information: human consciousness, or rather his memory and all material physical objects.
-- To explore something can only be in two ways: analytical and statistical.
-- Statistical research method has two options: intuitive and formalized.
-- A formal method has two forms: linear and two-dimensional frequency distribution.

Information or knowledge is always somewhere, in some place is located. What isn't recorded doesn't exist. If knowledge is recorded, it is already there. And fix only the knowledge in the form of information. The phenomenon of fixation is itself an organized process that can be implemented only on the basis of the organized representation of an organized consciousness of the world, i.e. knowledge.

Respectively, and to investigate only what is recorded. Information or knowledge or where to not. The task of the researcher in any way to elicit this knowledge, get it, and then dissect in accordance with their tasks. Later, however, again it must be somewhere and somehow to fix, but as knowledge.

But if you can explore only the recorded knowledge, i.e., which already exists, where it came from, who created and how new knowledge is formed. The answer is relatively simple. Knowledge is the reflection in consciousness of the empirical experience of all living in solving their private problems. As new knowledge appears as a result of special connection features of the objects to solve the problem. If the task is successfully solved, experienced knowledge is transformed into an independent unit and acquires the status of new knowledge.