Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from The Loop (blog)

The most iconic Met Gala looks we still can't stop talking about

The Loop (blog)-May 3, 2019
These looks stand the test of time and are still lodged in our subconscious months and even years later; like Rihanna's yellow train, Kim's “couch” dress and ...
Story image for iconic gown from CNN International

Grammys 2019: Best fashion on the red carpet

CNN International-Feb. 10, 2019
Among the more outlandish looks, Cardi B's iconic dress from Mugler Couture's Fall 1995 collection stunned the crowd. Resembling a pearl emerging from an ...
Story image for iconic gown from The Kit (blog)

Jennifer Lopez's Most Iconic Fashion Looks

The Kit (blog)-Jun. 3, 2019
How could anyone forget about the jungle print Versace dress Lopez wore to the 2000 Grammys? Recently, Lopez shared that she almost wore a different dress.
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Noice, different, unusual! Hailey Baldwin's bedazzled G-string ...

Daily Mail-May 7, 2019
After the 22-year-old stunned in a sequin gown with a bedazzled G-string, fans began comparing the model's outfit to one worn by iconic Kath & Kim character, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Each concept describes a number of synonyms. A synonym is a word concept that describes the different condition of the same situation. So the proposal, as a General field has its objects, which are respectively described in different words-concepts.

When solving a particular problem posed by the person, the contents of each such word-concepts specified by a certain set of similar objects, called the context. Similar objects in the sense that they have identical elements. The last and form the content, the meaning, which requires a person.

For example, below we present a description of some objects by other objects or words, concepts., which essentially form the context, i.e. in the framework of the given word gets its content. Outside this context the word concept has no content. Additionally, the contexts have several levels in descending order, the so-called hierarchical level. But in which can develop parallel contexts.

The first level of context. The situation - a condition, circumstance, setting. Within this context we can highlight several contexts: condition, circumstance, setting and So the condition can be described with the following words-concepts - agreement, Treaty, contract, furnished. But in this context we can highlight several contexts: the agreement - a Covenant, Convention, treatise, etc.

Go back one level of context. Fact - the reason, moment, factor, Treaty, agreement, collusion. Further, the second level of the context: cause - reason, point, basis. The third level of context: reason - argument, argument, motive, sense. The fourth level of context: time - the time, hour, moment, time, etc.

Return to the first level of context: installation - Assembly, device construction, device, fixture, apparatus, unit, node. Parallel level context: object - subject, subject, object. In this parallel context level is set to the second level of the context hierarchy: subject - subject, question, problem, goal, motive, phrase, etc.

Again go back one level of context. Eof element component, ingredient, component, part, item, link.
Go back one level of context: the Word - promise, promise, word, pledge. The second level of context: the vow - an oath, oath, vow, promise. The word-concept proposal as an ordinary object is described by such words-concepts as judgment, suggestion. In turn, the judgment is described such objects as the opinion, consideration, opinion, view, viewpoint, concept, idea, etc.