Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from The Guardian

Kara Walker: Fons Americanus review – monumental rebuke ...

The Guardian-Oct. 6, 2019
She presents just two pieces: a towering, faux-Victorian fountain and a smaller ... but the lived experience of racism, like the pearl, develops over time through a ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from MEAWW

Top 10 fashion moments of 2019 (so far): Jennifer Lopez ...

MEAWW-Oct. 12, 2019
Here's a list of the iconic fashion moments from this far! ... Remember his pearls from The Blonds Fall/winter 2019 runway show or the time he ... off almost anything - sheer, a victorian collar, blingy suits, lace and pearl drop earrings, ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from HELLO! Canada

What's the significance of the blue sash Duchess Kate wore ...

HELLO! Canada-Jun. 5, 2019
... tiara and beautifully stood out against her pearl-white Alexander McQueen gown. ... Queen as a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order back in April.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from

The truth behind Tom Ford's damning Melania Trump ... 20, 2019
In fashion, viral moments are often linked to the Kardashian clan - remember Kim's ... dressed as Jackie Kennedy complete with bouffant hair and pearls? Plus ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The function of semantic units in a sentence can be as follows:
-- under what hypothetical conditions could occur this event: "if, then...": - hypothetical, i.e. the possible coming events.
-- under what causal conditions performed this event. "Provided that there is no one who would live forever";
-- that is either taken for granted or constant. "There is no person";
-- what is the time settings. "Would have lived forever";
-- what are the spatial parameters. "All the people";
-- which is the dominant: "Mortality as a property of a biological organism";
-- what about the phenomenon in question: "All men are mortal";
-- other objects, in which occurs the event: "People", "biological organism", "mortality", "none", "all", "would live forever", etc.;
-- what preceded this event: Conceptual and hypothetical knowledge that all men are mortal;
-- what you should have in the end result: the claim, true knowledge, that "all men are, in fact, mortal."
-- Clarification of concepts: "Death" - the cessation of biological existence;