Monday, January 13, 2020

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Tiaras and crowns: A look at the headpieces of the British royalty 22, 2015
“Anyone can wear a tiara, assuming it's the right occasion. Crowns, however, connote state power,” pointed out royals expert Arianne Chernock, an associate ...
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These Women From History Halloween Costumes Are Perfect ...

Bustle-Oct. 8, 2015
But a historic costume will show that you appreciate the generations of ... accessories are essential — you need multiple pearl necklaces, big earrings, and ... Step 1: If you don't want to spend a lot of money on a Victorian gown, you can wear a ...
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Racy Bridal Trends Veil Little

New York Times-Oct. 14, 2015
... buttons coursing down their backs, their bodices sprayed with crystals and pearls. ... a virtue represented since Victorian times by a bride discreetly veiled in white. ... A few echoed the ready-to-wear runways: rows of fringe, deeply plunging ...
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In My Jewellery Box: Annoushka Ducas 12, 2015
To celebrate her 25th anniversary, Annoushka has launched Golden Pearls; ... But once you pick up jewellery and wear it certain stones speak to you, and there was ... There's a definite hint of the Victorian and yet it's very modern at the same ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

A synonym for "benefit" the meaning is used relatively rarely. Therefore, the synonyms of the concept "benefit" are further away from the concept of "sense", for example, profit, win, gain, credibility, etc. You could even say that the conceptual field of "use" quite different from the conceptual field of "sense" and if borders it, it is very weak. To the edge field may be a stretch to include such synonyms as: the value, the importance, benefit, advantage is possible.

You must keep in mind the other side of the synonymic interaction. Synonyms in the concept of "sense" is definitely immediately included in this conceptual field, and for the most part, of course, have its contents. But each concept taken by itself and outside the substantive field of "meaning" has a number of synonyms, which can be very different in content from the conceptual field "sense.

So happened with the concept of "benefit" and as we have seen, his conceptual field is very significantly different from the conceptual field of "meaning". You could even say that they belong to different verbal or conceptual "galaxies". But more important, if the conceptual space of "meaning" is enabled, though partially, the conceptual field of "benefit", and its synonyms have gone far from the conceptual space of "meaning".

Meaning as an expression of the mind