Thursday, December 5, 2019

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Sarah Jessica Parker Reveals the One Thing She Regrets ... 13, 2016
Sarah Jessica Parker might be best known for wearing an elaborate white wedding gown in her nuptials to Mr. Big on Sex and the City. But in her real-life ...
Story image for iconic gown from Complex

This Is the Story Behind Young Thug's 'Jeffery' Dress

Complex-Aug. 26, 2016
Young Thug—or No, My Name is Jeffery—dropped his new No, My Name is Jeffery project on Friday. The real standout from the album, IMHO, might be the ...
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Marilyn Monroe's JFK birthday dress sells for record $4.8m ...

The Guardian-Nov. 18, 2016
The iconic dress worn by Marilyn Monroe when she sang “happy birthday Mr President” to John F Kennedy has sold for a world-record price at auction, fetching ...
Story image for iconic gown from Vanity Fair

Why Breakfast at Tiffany's Will Never Go Out of Style

Vanity Fair-Nov. 29, 2016
Holly Golightly gently glides out of a yellow cab, dressed in a slinky black Givenchy dress. Around her neck is a startling stack of pearls. Thick black sunglasses ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

money is truly measured only when the monetary unit
is some kind of reality that really exists and
where it is possible to relate any product. In this sense, the XVI century
back to the theory, accepted at least in some period
of the middle ages and the giver or to the sovereign or the people's
consent the right to fix the valor impositus of money, to change
to their course to withdraw from circulation part of the currency, or, in
want, any metal. It is necessary that the value of the cash
unit determined the mass of the metals that it contains,
so she returned to what it was before when
the rulers still did not print any of their images or their seals
on pieces of metal; when the "no copper, no gold, no silver was
money arenivas only for all"<$FA n o n y m e. Compendieux
ou bref examen de quelques plaintes (op. CIT. in: J.-Y. L e B r a n
c h u, op. cit., II, p. 117.>, when money was the correct measure
insofar as they did not mean anything other than its
ability to be the benchmark for wealth, based on their own
the material reality of wealth.
On this epistemological basis, in the sixteenth century was
implemented reforms and their discussion adopted
scope. Money signs want to return them for accuracy measures: need
below the nominal value marked on the coin