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Story image for lavish wedding from Business Insider

Swedish Princess Marries New York Banker In Lavish ...

Business Insider-Jun. 8, 2013
Swedish Princess Marries New York Banker In Lavish Wedding [PHOTOS] ... where the wedding ceremony took place in the chapel of the royal castle. <.
A royal wedding in Sweden
Washington Post-Jun. 8, 2013
Story image for lavish wedding from Vanity Fair

Inside the Extravagant Wedding of Sean Parker and ...

Vanity Fair-Jul. 31, 2013
Photographed by Christian Oth and Mark Seliger, the must-be-seen-to-be-believed lush images—appearing here for the first time—show nuptials guests like ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The people of the XVII and XVIII centuries think of wealth, nature or
languages, not using the legacy of the previous
ages and not in the direction of what would shortly be opened; they
comprehend them on the basis of a common structure, which prescribes
they are not only concepts and methods, but on a deeper level
defines the mode of being of language, natural individuals, objects
needs and desires; this way of being is a way of being
view. From here there is common ground where the history of science
acts as a surface phenomenon. This does not mean,
from now on it can be left aside; but this means that
reflections on the historicity of knowledge can no longer be satisfied
tracing the movement of knowledge through a temporary
sequence; indeed, they do not constitute
manifestation of inheritance or tradition; we say nothing about
what made them possible, giving what was known to
them, and that, as they say, they "made new." History
knowledge can be built on the basis of what was modern
for him, and certainly not in terms of mutual influence and
terms conditions and believe in time a priori. In this
sense, archaeology can attest to the existence of
universal grammar, natural history and analysis of wealth and
to clear, thus the space without gaps, which
the history of science, history of ideas and opinions can, if they wish