Thursday, December 5, 2019

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The Dress Marilyn Monroe Wore for JFK Just Sold For $4.8 ... (blog)-Sep. 22, 2016
Update: Marilyn Monroe's "Happy birthday Mr President" dress has broken records ... "We believe this is the most iconic piece of pop culture that there is," said ...
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The 14 Most Iconic Celeb Dresses Of The '90s Are Incredible ...

Bustle-Jun. 27, 2016
There's a certain decade that's absolutely everywhere you look these days — so, now that the era is coming back again with a vengeance, I think it's worth taking ...
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Diana and The Queen's Dresses Go on Display at Kensington ...

ABC News-Feb. 10, 2016
There are eighteen couture gowns on display in five rooms including some of Diana's most iconic dresses. One of them is a bottle green double-breasted velvet ...
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Dazzling in designer! Princess Mary steps out in her favourite ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 28, 2016
... viewed the latest royal portrait of herself, which is part of the 'Iconic Portraits' exhibition. ... For this occasion she paired the dress with a matching pashmina.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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The process of identification of the fact
Objective and subjective world interact as equal actors in solving common and private for each task. But now we have to figure out what is the mechanism of their interaction and primarily how the external, so-called objective fact, becomes the property of consciousness.
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People don't perceive a fact of the external world as a whole, immediately and completely. He feels at first only the chaos of the external world from which it constructs its own subject-object world. Nature does not care about the person, and she does not want to give him a ready image on the plate. It only provides the flow of information, which is a result of and a product resulting from external actors. In every moment, no matter how small, in the consciousness enters the mass of disorganized information, (for consciousness), in the form of a conditional smallest values, which we call quanta, or atoms. They are small just as much as our receptors are unable to perceive them.
This is the first stage of a long and complex process of transition of the external fact in the world of consciousness, or rather, the transformation of possibility into a fact in consciousness, which is carried by quanta of information into consciousness through the receptors.