Saturday, January 11, 2020

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How The Bicycle Changed The World For Women

Jalopnik-Oct. 17, 2019
The thing about Victorian-era fashion, though, was that it was about more than just .... “Pretty Pearl Keyes,” as she was called by Cleveland World, was just ...
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The Crown's Erin Doherty on playing Princess Anne – the ... 27, 2019
'At 69, Princess Anne's country-chic look and penchant for rewearing couldn't be more on trend,' a fellow fashion editor of this newspaper wrote back in August.
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10 of the best organza blouses and sheer shirts 16, 2019
Once used only for luxe evening gowns and frothy '50s prom dresses, organza has experienced a make-under in recent seasons. Gone are the girlish ...
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Hats Like Sneezes, Playing at Aristocracy and Other Notes ...

The New York Times (blog)-Jun. 24, 2019
I thought it was fashion-forward, but it was actually just wrong. ... I noticed him because he was dressed like a dandy, wearing a pale pink silk tie with a pearl stickpin. ... He said he had two top hats, one Edwardian and one Victorian, and he ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The problem of the logical sequence

We mentioned above that the logical structure of a sentence contains a subject and a predicate, and the predicate is the sign of the subject, he says that we are interested in the subject, because features of the subject can be infinite, though in reality is always a bounded set. Moreover, as the subject acts as a kind of education in which solved the task. The subject, in this case, appears dominant.

The logic sequence is constructed in such a way that as the subject of the following sentence is the predicate of the previous and so on to infinity. Take a simple sentence, especially us built, as an example, but you can take any text and, if you carefully analyze it, you'll find the same thing. "We went for a walk in the woods. On the way, we turned to the Forester. He sat on the porch and smoked." Here the subject is "We," the predicate "to walk" as one of the signs of the subject. But in the second sentence, as the subject becomes "the way we wrapped," and the predicate "Forester". But in the third sentence, "the Forester" is the subject and "sitting and Smoking" predicate.