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The Perfect Wedding Dress
The Perfect Wedding Dress
Everything about choosing he best style for the bride to be.
This is the ideal guidebook for the bride as she begins her search for the perfect wedding dress. Filled with inspiring ideas and visual references, it will help her develop a vision of her dress while making sense of the overwhelming choices available. She can use it to show storekeepers what she wants or to work with a dressmaker on a custom design.
Easy to use, The Perfect Wedding Dress is organized by dress style -- ball gown, princess line, mermaid, and so on -- and by dress part -- necklines, backs, veils, trains, and more. A helpful glossary in each section defines the terms used to describe the dresses.
The author methodically helps the bride assess what style would suit her best, considering her figure shape, depending on whether she wants a train, and so on. Along with the stories behind the designs, he discusses what fabrics best suit each design and offers suggestions for appropriate headwear, jewelry, and shoes.
The book features dozens of beautiful photographs and detailed descriptions of dresses, including those of celebrated brides such as Princess Diana, Jennifer Lopez, and Grace Kelly. Designs featured include Baggley, Mischka, Christian Dior, and Vera Wang.
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The forum posts that got me banned...
The forum posts that got me banned...
Within about 10 minutes of posting the above picture of Aaron's toy whale next to the Yin Yang symbol on a Lost forum, with my explanation of Black vs White, I was banned from the forum. This Yin Yang Whale is pulled out of Claire's bag by Kate in "What Kate Does" Season 6, Episode 2, 10 minutes in. Many of my posts were deleted on Lost forums that got too close to the truth. But I just found a lot of my old archived forum posts. As I come across these posts that got me banned from Lost forums, I will copy and paste them over here. Now you will be able to read my infamous posts that the Lost producers don't want you to see! --------------------------------------- In regards to the producers saying in TV and magazine interviews that John is the smoke monster and the Man in Black, another forum member says... "Are we really to believe the producers would give us the answer to such and intricate question in the first episode of the season, absolutely not." Finally someone that understands this! In fact, the "writers" and actors are always saying they can't answer questions, but for the past few months have been telling everyone that he is no longer playing John Locke, and suggesting that he may be playing the man in black. That should send up RED FLAGS to everyone! Why try so hard to keep information from leaking, and then spread THIS "spoiler" information, unless it is MIS-information. Don't listen to anything that Damon and Carlton say! They will never give you any REAL spoilers about what is happening, everything they say is mis-information. Jeremy was lucky the bullet bounced off his knife or buckle, and quickly took cover in a Shen door behind the pillar, as the "smoke monster" arrived. Another forum member posts: "I'm sorry you had to see that side of me"...this would lead us to believe Flocke/MIB is smokey." He only wanted to lead BEN to think he was the "smoke monster". Why? Because if Ben knew he was only human, Ben might try to kill him. If Ben thinks he is an invincible monster that can't be killed, then Ben won't bother trying, and Jeremy can get back to business at hand. From another forum member: "ash circles and were scurrying when they found out Jacob had died....but hasn't smokey lived inside the temple walls?" We also saw Kate walk ahead of the rest of them through the tunnel leading to the temple and walk right through to the other polarity reality. (flash sideways sfx) What polarity is the "smoke monster" and from which polarity is the ash? Ben walked towards the opening the smoke monster left (and also came from) and the director made sure to show you Ben turning around to see that "John" then came out of the secret room from BEHIND him. It would be easy to skip special morphing effects but still have "John" walk out of the door right in front of Ben, right? They are SHOWING you here, and in other scenes, that John is NOT the smoke monster. If bullets really could bounce off of him, he wouldn't have had to run away and hide as he did! He could have stood there like superman. ---------------------- This plane wasn't big enough to make it from Sydney to LAX. They probably figured, they didn't need to do the entire bit over again, just the part where Jack tries to save Charlie and fails. But Jack spilled one of his bottles and wasn't as intoxicated as last time, so even though they took his pen and Cindy wouldn't give him anything, he managed to save Charlie anyway with his hands. Charlie seems as pissed having to go through it all over again as Eloise was when Desmond wouldn't do what he was supposed to. Or Jeremy when he tells Jack at the radio tower "Your not supposed to do this!" Rose almost blew it when trying to cover for Desmond when she said they were sleeping. Another important key piece of information from season one: TOM: (to Michael) "Did the bullet bounce off your skull, or did the gun just jam on you?" Michael couldn't die, just as the bullet bounced off of Jeremy in the statue. Did this mean Michael was the smoke monster because he couldn't be killed? Of course not. ---------------------- In this season, we have already seen two slightly different versions of Kate hijacking the Taxi and heard two different versions of Ford leaving the Temple. One where he shoots someone on the way out, and one where he doesn't. The gun he uses is a different gun in the scene where he leaves and doesn't shoot anyone. ALDO: So what's your strategy for bringing your boyfriend back - I hope you got one because he shot a guy on his way out. And yet Ford did NOT shoot someone on the way out in the reality WE saw, so why would he say that he did? LENNON: He swallowed it? DOGEN: Yes. And yet Jack did NOT swallow it. So why would he answer "YES" ? In one reality, Dogen's hand is not healed, he wears
131 MacDougal Street House
131 MacDougal Street House
Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States aThe rowhouse at 131 MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village was constructed c. 1828-29 in the Federal style, characterized by its 2-1/2-story height, Flemish bond brickwork, low stoop with wrought-ironwork, entrance with Ionic columns, entablature and transom, molded lintels with end blocks, peaked roof, molded cornice, and pedimented double dormers. This was one of four houses (Nos. 125-131) speculatively built on lots owned by Alonzo Alwyn Alvord, a downtown hat merchant, as the area around Washington Square (converted from a potter’s field in 1826-28) was being developed as an elite residential enclave. Until 1908, No. 131 was continually owned by families of the merchant and professional class. Around the time of the Civil War, as the neighborhood’s fashionable heyday waned, this house was no longer a single-family dwelling and became a lodging house. In the 1910s, this block of MacDougal Street became a cultural and social center of bohemian Greenwich Village, which experienced a real estate boom in the 1920s. No. 131 was owned from 1919 to 1932 by the family of theatrical agent-playwright Will A. Page, and was partly in commercial use by 1924 for a number of tearooms and speakeasies. From 1940 to 1961, it was owned by Harold G. and Dorothy Donnell Calhoun, the former an assistant to the U.S. Attorney General; the Calhouns had purchased Nos. 127 and 129 in 1920. Alterations to the house included the creation of a roof “studio dormer” by linking its two dormers (c. 1950s) and the lowering and joining of the first-story windows as a commercial storefront (c. 1950s and post-1979). The Times in 1951 reported on the planned modernization of the houses, noting that their “old architectural charm” was to be preserved. Despite the loss of some architectural details, this house, notable singularly and as a group with its neighbors. DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS The Development of the Washington Square Neighborhood The area of today’s Greenwich Village was, during the 18th century, the location of the small rural hamlet of Greenwich, as well as the country seats and summer homes of wealthy downtown aristocrats, merchants, and capitalists. A number of cholera and yellow fever epidemics in lower Manhattan between 1799 and 1822 led to an influx of settlers in the Greenwich area, with the population quadrupling between 1825 and 1840. Previously undeveloped tracts of land were speculatively subdivided for the construction of town houses and rowhouses. Whereas in the early 19th century many of the wealthiest New Yorkers lived in the vicinity of Broadway and the side streets adjacent to City Hall Park between Barclay and Chambers Streets, by the 1820s and 30s, as commercial development and congestion increasingly disrupted and displaced them, the elite moved northward into Greenwich Village east of Sixth Avenue. For a brief period beginning in the 1820s, Lafayette Place and Bond, Great Jones and Bleecker Streets were among the most fashionable addresses, the latter developed with three block-long rows of houses in 1827-31. A potter’s field, located north of 4th Street below Fifth Avenue since 1797, was converted into Washington Military Parade Ground and expanded (to nearly nine acres) in 1826 and landscaped as Washington Square in 1828. This public square spurred the construction of fine houses surrounding it, beginning with a uniform row of twelve 3-1/2-story Federal style houses (1826-27) on Washington Square South (4th Street), between Thompson and MacDougal Streets, by Col. James B. Murray and others. On Washington Square North, west of Fifth Avenue, Federal and Greek Revival style town houses were built between 1828 and 1839, while east of Fifth Avenue, “The Row” of thirteen large Greek Revival style town houses was developed in 1832-33 by downtown merchants and bankers who leased the properties from the Trustees of Sailors Snug Harbor. The University of the City of New York (later New York University) constructed its first structure, the Gothic Revival style University Building (1833-36, Town, Davis & Dakin), on the east side of the Square. While many of the better houses were built on east-west streets south of the Square, more modest dwellings for the working class were constructed on many of the north-south streets. The block of MacDougal Street (named after patriot Alexander McDougall) just southwest of the Square was developed with houses more modest than those on the Square, but still attracting the merchant and professional class. In 1832, the Common Council created the 15th Ward out of the eastern section of the large 9th Ward, its boundaries being Sixth Avenue, Houston and 14th Streets, and the East River. According to Luther Harris’ recent history Around Washington Square, during the 1830s-40s “this ward drew the wealthiest, most influential, and most talented people from New York City and elsewhere. By 1845, 85 percent o
cheap wedding dresses under 100
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Romantic Budget Wedding Ideas: Where to Find Cheap Wedding Dresses, Reception Venues and More
Trying to plan a romantic and beautiful wedding on a tight budget? This book helps you work out a manageable budget, and then shows you exactly where to find everything you need to help you stay within that budget. Whether you are looking for an affordable wedding dress, an inexpensive location to hold the reception, ways to keep alcohol expenses in line, or cute attendant gifts, this book gives you lots of ideas and the resources for finding what you need. An indispensible guide for any bride or parent of the bride who wants to control their wedding expenses while providing the fantasy wedding the bride has always wanted.

Trying to plan a romantic and beautiful wedding on a tight budget? This book helps you work out a manageable budget, and then shows you exactly where to find everything you need to help you stay within that budget. Whether you are looking for an affordable wedding dress, an inexpensive location to hold the reception, ways to keep alcohol expenses in line, or cute attendant gifts, this book gives you lots of ideas and the resources for finding what you need. An indispensible guide for any bride or parent of the bride who wants to control their wedding expenses while providing the fantasy wedding the bride has always wanted.