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Story image for lavish wedding from Entertainment Tonight News

Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx Ties the Knot!

Entertainment Tonight News-Mar. 15, 2014
... Courtney Bingham in Los Angeles this weekend, and ET's own Brooke Anderson was one of the invited guests to the lavish wedding! Read on for details.
Story image for lavish wedding from Den Of Geek

Game Of Thrones: behind the scenes at The Red Wedding

Den Of Geek-Feb. 19, 2014
Faced with a mammoth task, HBO has managed to do justice to this lavish, ... specially-commissioned Red Wedding-themed cake created by chocolatier ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Bollywood Life

Exclusive: The heavy border just killed the entire look, says ...

Bollywood Life-Nov. 19, 2014
PC was among the many guests at Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan's lavish wedding last night. Read on to know what our guest fashion blogger Aniket Satam ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

Pugs in love: Lovestruck canines tie the knot in lavish £2000 ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 9, 2014
Pugs in love: Lovestruck canines tie the knot in lavish £2,000 ceremony ... Wedding rings were exchanged and attached to collars in the moving ceremony.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

If you look closely at this picture, we see that the concept of "all", "people" and "death," in combination, form another series of objects. This conceptual education "all people"; conceptual formation of "everyone is mortal", and the conceptual formation of "men are mortal" (a combination of the selected dotted line). Such a representation of concepts is important. First, each of the three conceptual entities, objects, and Autonomous; second, all together they form new concepts in various combinations; and, third, this combination of elements can go from one to another concept.

Above we have identified three conceptual education, in fact, they can be more, depending on which object is taken as dominant. So, in the conceptual formation of "all people" the dominant may be the concept of "everything", then it includes the concept of "people". In fact, if we do focus on the concept of "everything", then its content is very significantly different from that of conceptual education, when we focus on the concept of "people". In the latter case, the dominant feature is the concept of "people", which includes the concept "all". Accordingly, the concept of "men are mortal" may be dominant, both the first and the second concept, etc. The same happens with the conceptual education "all are mortal".

But in the sentence "All men are mortal", a dominant may be any of these concepts, then formed three more conceptual and different from other concepts of the subjects. Thus, it turns out ten (including the original combination of the concepts of "all men are mortal") the conceptual entities, which is quite a lot for such a short sentence. You can imagine how many options and variations of the conceptual entities can have complex sentences containing, e.g., four, five or more, separate and independent concepts Autonomous objects.

To understand how important it is to specify or to find dominant, we give an example. "The name of Socrates belongs to the man who possesses such a property as "biological entity", which, in turn, has a sign of "mortality". Construct the sentence differently: "the Man, named Socrates, has the property of biological beings, which, in turn, has a symptom of mortality, and therefore he is mortal".