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The 50 Most Iconic Grammy Fashion Moments of All Time 28, 2019
From the wildest matching girl band outfits to the J.Lo dress that's been ... ceremony, we're taking a look back at all the most iconic Grammy fashion moments in ...
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Jennifer Lopez's Most Iconic Fashion Moments Of All Time

HuffPost-Apr. 17, 2019
We all witnessed a turning point when Lopez attended the Grammys in 2000 wearing that Versace gown. You know the one: blue and green chiffon with a ...
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These Iconic Emmys Dresses Have Stood the Test of Time

Entertainment Tonight-Sep. 18, 2019
Some incredibly iconic looks have graced the red carpet on TV's biggest night over the past three decades. There's been a whole range of amazing dresses too, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In the scientific literature rightly argues that words themselves do not exist. It is in the context of other words, which determines their content. Of course it is also true that the context has completed part of the text, as well as the entire text, which determines the basic meaning of words and sentences.

Reasoning about some incremental sense, is right only in that part which concerns the General meaning of the words used. This means that no matter which rich content and flexible structure of the word would not be, it still has its limits of use. And whatever context we took every word fits, every sentence can be easily inserted into the text, especially not transforming them.

And how significantly would the basic meaning of the word has not been transformed from the basic essence of the word to go will not be possible. That is why the words are divided into classes, subclasses and so form a structured totality within a certain common sense. The different values they acquire only to a certain limit.

Poet correct in principle, the claim that the context changes and in fact is often a significantly original meaning of the word, however, must be clearly stated, or at least to describe the scope of these the most significant changes, i.e. to what extent it is subject to change and in what contexts it can be put, and which are not.

So, when we talked about the synonyms and the context indicates that the word located on the periphery of the core content of the meaning or its derivative can not be directly inserted into the main context. It can be part of the content of the basic meaning, or it can be formed in the overall contextual meaning, but only through indirect meanings or contexts. And often such indirect meanings are very long chains.