Posts Tagged “culture”

Blog Posts One Beginner

By | March 8, 2019

Many wonder what is the difference from the Sonar Pro Sonar Studio, when the conversation is about Cakewalk Sonar 7? For a start I advise to go to the portal for musicians. I do not understand what program is best suited for a house music without instruments, and whether there are full sound and what […]

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United States Army

By | November 30, 2018

People already depleted, there is a group of starvation deaths. " The war – the constant hard work. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Jack Fusco. The soldiers dug up millions of tons of earth, usually small sapper shovel! Slightly shifted position – dig again; of respite on the battlefield can […]

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By | May 11, 2016

Chief director "pad" Kazbek Dzudtagov long had the idea to put Chekhov's "Ivanov", despite the fact that this is one of those pieces that never tell anyone until the end was not clear. And though it was done many productions, reveal the deep meaning of the play as anyone and could not, Kazbek Dzudtagov yet […]

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European Monetary Institute

By | April 17, 2014

It is rarely seen. Not many people keep it in your hands. Only a select few are devoted to the history of its origin. This is a bill of 500 euros. The only scientifically analyze it and its smaller sisters – the smaller denominations of dignity, Manfred is Courbet. Professor of Civil Engineering Faculty of […]

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Kurbahu Kalina

By | December 5, 2013

Therefore, all the images of bridges on the euro banknotes are more or less highly alienated. However, the similarity of the first projects Kalina with real bridge motif was too pronounced, so that Kalina had to process images of bridges for the second time. This turned into Kurbaha distrustful Dresden bridge-builders. Now he believes that […]

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Ii Festival Russian Talent In Spain

By | September 22, 2013

More recently, specifically April 30, 2011, in the heart of Spain, there is not in Madrid and Zaragoza in the II Festival of Russian talent in Spain. And dedicated to the celebration was the 50th anniversary of space flight by Yuri Gagarin. Of course, the theme of SPACE sounded like a holiday decoration, and in […]

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Limits Primitivism

By | August 29, 2011

In this rebellion against the dogmatic approach, some artists began to try to portray the academics realities that may exist in the world beyond the limits of three-dimensional world, the usual representation-mediated classical sculpture. Experimental studies in the arts, departing from realism and naturalism, consciously coming off from the classic academic principles in search of […]

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