Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Parade

Which Iconic Tiara Did Kate Middleton Choose for Her First ...

Parade-Oct. 21, 2015
For the dinner in Buckingham Palace welcoming Xi Jinping and his wife Madame Peng Liyuan to the country, Kate wore a sequined Jenny Packham dress in a ...
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The 17 Most Memorable VMA Moments of All Time (blog)-Aug. 29, 2015
Clad in a wedding gown and "Boy Toy" belt, Madonna descended a tiered wedding cake .... In 2011, it was voted the Most Iconic VMA performance by the public.
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A Classroom Staple Becomes Fashionable in a Really Cool Way

Good Housekeeping (blog)-Mar. 18, 2015
... seven top designers to create a collection inspired by the brand's most iconic colors. ... Designer Ronny Kobo constructed an edgy A-line dress using the fiery ...
Story image for iconic gown from University of Virginia

UVA's Collection of Historic Dress Comes to Life

University of Virginia-Nov. 6, 2015
They linger in the wool of a man's overcoat, the silk of an Edwardian gown, the ... Amid towering stacks of props, West extracts sheet-encased racks of iconic ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

the language was based on the game of nominal definitions: derivation
pushed to their limits, abstraction gave rise to adjectives, and
it was enough to add another atomic limit element --
a uniform function of the verb "to be" -- how this was
and class spraguei words, a kind of connection to the verb "to be" and
define in the same verbal form. However, BOPP yet too
verbs sees in the mixing, the bonding of the verb root.
However, in many important points, his analysis differs from
the classical scheme: the main thing for him is not a potential, invisible
the implied addition of the attribute functions propositional
the meaning inherent in the verb "to be"; the main thing-the material
the interaction of the root with forms of the verb "to be": Sanskrit "as"
repeated in the Sigma of the Greek aorist, in the "er" in Latin
"cf" or "preduduschego" time; the Sanskrit "bhu"
repeated in "b" of the Latin future and the past
imperfect. Moreover, it is the addition of the verb "to be"
and allows, indeed, to ascribe the root of time and the person (for
the end formed by the root of the verb "to be" is added, and
the personal pronoun, as, for example, in script-a-s-i<$FBopp, loc cit,
R. 137 sq.>). Therefore, it is not the addition of the verb "to be"
converts the definition to a verb: verbal importance itself
the basis and the end, derived from the conjugation of the verb "to be":
only add to it changes according to persons and times. This
by the way, the roots of verbs designate not already from time immemorial "thing," but
actions, processes, desires, the will; therefore, connecting with
endings, which come from the verb "to be" and personal pronouns,
they become capable of conjugation, whereas, when purchasing
other suffixes, which are also subject to change, they
become capable of inducing.