Sunday, January 12, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from POPSUGAR Australia

All of the Queen's Most Amazing Necklaces

POPSUGAR Australia-Nov. 6, 2016
They are worth millions of pounds, and kept secure in the vaults under Buckingham Palace. They represent love, power, and intrigue. Their beauty is famed and ...
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7 Elegantly Edgy Bridal Gowns for a Winter Wedding

Observer-Dec. 7, 2016
Wedding site specifics: A botanical garden's Victorian crystal palace. ... Wedding site specifics: A hip mountain lodge with plenty of faux antlers. ... silk threadwork on tulle, and three-dimensional flowers embroidered with tiny pearls and beads, ...
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On the retro trail: visit Christchurch's vintage shops 29, 2016
Her vast stores of beautiful vintage and retro clothing far exceed the stock in her ... From fine fabrics to strings of pink pearls and sparkly buckled shoes, she just ... for those after something unusual, rare or with real history, from Victorian to retro ...
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Vogue On The Crown And Our Fascination With The Royal ... 2, 2016
Indeed, from the point that Victorian writer Walter Bagehot identified the mystique of the royal family as the key element of their enduring appeal, the old belief ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

1. Place ¢ is a reference value held by the object.
2. Place the complete form of the object.
3. Location ¡the volume generated by the object.
4. Place ¡it is a form of expression the moment of the actual existence of the object during its life cycle as a time and relative to other objects as space.
5. Place as an atomic value of an object.
6. Place ¢ is the existence of the object among other objects.
7. Place ¢ is a reference starting point of the action (motion).
8. Place ¡a reference point in space.
9. Place whether a form of expression of the discreteness of time and space.
10. Place ¡this expression to the specific needs of the person.
Thus, the concrete expression of the concept of "place" depends on the specific problem that a person solves in this time and in this place. It is clear that definitions can be relative plenty, we have presented only a small part. So do not be surprised when in the scientific literature in the study of a particular problem are often tens or even hundreds of definitions. This is due to the fact that the concept, or rather phenomenon, in a research experiment is placed in a different social or conceptual design, and the content of the concept or phenomenon is always somewhat different and becomes different.
But it is also clear that all the private tasks, and thus the concept of "place" have meaning only within the framework of the most General ideas about the concept of "place" (called, from my point of view, it is wrong abstract), not associated with private problems. The content of such abstract ideas can be explained only in the same system of abstract concepts and operating concepts, components of a specific reality.