Thursday, December 5, 2019

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The 10 Hidden Details in Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress ... 15, 2017
Designed by Sarah Burton, the bridal gown cost a rumored $434,000 to make. ... to Grace Kelly's iconic wedding dress, as well as the Queen's own gown and ...
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'Awkward' Star Jillian Rose Reed Criticized For Copying ...

International Business Times-May 8, 2017
In its official Twitter account, the outlet posted side by side photos of Reed in her controversial gown and Lopez in her iconic gown back in 2000.
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Julia Roberts Will Give Daughter Hazel This Iconic Piece of ...

Vanity Fair-Apr. 19, 2017
For those unfamiliar with said dress, know that the gown is so iconic that it has its very own Wikipedia page and looked so stunning on Roberts that Valentino ...
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Princess Diana's most famous, iconic outfits

HELLO!-Aug. 1, 2017
Princess Diana's most famous, iconic outfits ... Who could forget the midnight-blue Victor Edelstein dress she wore to dance with John Travolta at the White ...

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A person selects from the environment those elements that allow it to exist physically. In the intellectual sense he takes from the environment that enables his consciousness to function. Therefore, the person does not rely on external evidence as on the unshakable rock at the base of its activities. He uses only his knowledge as a base (Foundation), allowing you to select from the environment the necessary elements, process them and based on them to build itself in various forms and entities.
Can these elements be called a fact in one sense of the word? In any case, since they themselves have no relationship to the person and his needs. Figuratively speaking, they (elements) are only food for human consciousness, as indeed for his body.
But then why do we persistently use the terms "subjective" and "objective fact", thus emphasizing the different status of fact, as if agreeing that there are objective facts as would be outside of consciousness, and the subjective facts, which are the fruit of consciousness?
Such a division makes sense and defines the nature of both phenomena, or rather one and the same phenomenon in different forms. But agreeing with it, we have to determine, based on the foregoing, and a new understanding, and other facts.