Sunday, December 1, 2019

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Royal secret: The very British way royal christening gown was ... 28, 2019
THE ROYAL christening gown which was worn by the children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was dyed in Yorkshire Tea, it has been revealed.
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Jennifer Lopez's Versace catwalk moment sparks surge in ... 27, 2019
Jennifer Lopez broke the internet last week, as she donned her iconic Versace dress once more for the brand's catwalk show at Milan Fashion Week.
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Jennifer Lopez posts incredible BTS footage of her ...

Daily Mail-Sep. 25, 2019
Jennifer Lopez took everyone's breath away yet again in a similar— but even more revealing— version of the iconic green Versace jungle dress she wore to the ...
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9 Times Celebrity Children Re-Wore Their Mothers' Iconic Outfits

Harper's BAZAAR-Sep. 18, 2019
For her 18th birthday party in September 2019, Gerber wore a re-vamped version of the iconic Gianni Versace leather dress that her mother, Cindy Crawford, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The physiocrats recognize only material reality is good;
thus, education in the exchange value becomes
expensive process and leads to a decrease in available
benefits. To form the cost, therefore, does not mean
to satisfy the numerous needs and means
donate some goods for the sake of exchanging them for others. Cost
to form the negative moment benefits.
But whence comes the possibility of education cost?
What is the source of this surplus, allowing the benefits to become
wealth, not absorbed and not disappearing in the course
of successive exchanges and circulation? As it happens the fact that
costs of this continually the cost of education not drain
benefits available to people?
Could the trade find in myself is necessary
Supplement? Of course not, because it assumes the exchange of value
in accordance with the highest possible equality. "To
to get a lot, have a lot to give and so much to give, you need
a lot of to. That's all the art of trading. By nature
trade makes exchanging a lot of things just equal
value"<$FS a i n t-P a v e r y. Journal d'agriculture, dec.
1765.>. Naturally, the goods that arrived in the distant market,
can exchange at a higher price than that at which it
exchanged, but this increase meets the real
its cost of carriage; if he has nothing to lose as a result
this, it means that remaining to place the goods on which
he was exchanged, lost the costs of transportation in their
own price. Whatever drove the goods from one end of the world
the other "cost sharing" is always subtracted from the goods exchanged.
This surplus is not produced by trade: his existence
it is necessary that trade was possible.