Thursday, December 5, 2019

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Lovers Charlize Theron and Sean Penn electrify Dior's ...

CTV News-Jul. 8, 2014
... a brand ambassador for Dior -- wore a gold shimmering fringed cocktail dress similar to the one she appears in for Dior's now-iconic "J'Adore" perfume advert.
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15 Times Rita Hayworth Was A Total Babe (PHOTOS)

Huffington Post Canada-Oct. 17, 2014
One of her most enduring moments is the famous "Gilda" strip-tease, in which the actress danced in a black satin strapless gown that threatened to drop to her ...
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Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore and More Attend Diane Von ...

E! Online-Jan. 11, 2014
Who knew one dress could have such a big impact on the fashion world?! That's exactly what Diane Von Furstenberg has done with her iconic wrap dress, and ...
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See Every Single Outfit Katy Perry Has Worn At The VMAs 21, 2014
The 2015 Video Music Awards are in mere days, you guys. While we are eagerly anticipating Miley Cyrus as our host for the evening, we are filling our days until ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Today the problem of legitimation is no longer considered as a fault in the language game of science. It would be better to say that she is a legitimate problem, i.e. as the heuristic driving force. But the manner of its interpretation on inversion are still fresh. Before coming to this (i.e. to what some call positivism), scientific knowledge tried to find other solutions. It is noteworthy that during long time, these decisions could not avoid the use of procedures that, overtly or covertly resorted to narrative knowledge.

Such a return in one form or another to the narrative in anarrative should not be construed as remaining now forever behind. Rough example: what do the scientists made some "discovery" when they are invited on TV, interviews in Newspapers, etc.? They tell the Saga of knowledge