Le ragioni sarebbero state svelate in una dichiarazione dello stilista diffusa da WWD, Women Wear Daily, la del giornalismo fashion. Deciso di lasciare la direzione creativa di Christian Dior. Si tratta di una scelta basata sul mio desiderio di concentrarmi su altri interessi della mia vita, compreso il mio marchio, e le passioni al di fuori del lavoro di corridoio dicono che il management della Maison stia gi al lavoro per trovare al pi presto un successore: si fanno i nomi di Riccardo Tisci (ora da Givenchy), Jonathan Anderson (Loewe) e di Alber Elbaz, designer per Lanvin.
Un sogno che facciamo insieme realt Lennon amato anche perch ha cantato e predicato un Vangelo d’amore, il Vangelo secondo John. Basta pensare a una canzone come All you need is love, o Across The Universe (‘Limitless undying love which shines around me like a million suns/It calls me on and on across the universe’). Come canta Bob Dylan nella sua canzone dedicata a Lennon, Roll On John: Shine your light, move it on/ You burn so bright/ Roll on John”.
Since then Castro has said he’d be willing to talk further about improving relations. Washington has reacted coldly, saying Castro is saying nothing new, and it wants to see Cuban deeds, not words. How far Castro wishes to push his new effort has not been clear, but in Havana part of his motivation is obvious..
Incidence of tuberculosis and female agricultural population proxy for environmental impacts, but in spite of these controls, approximately 41% additional mortality was estimated due to living in the CARs. The results fill gaps in the literature: we use a wider range of socio economic and environmental health variables than previously in an encompassing analysis of mortality and fertility, and find evidence of excessive mortality in the CARs most likely linked to environmental degradation in the region. Four areas of the literature on gender equality institutions are examined, including their establishment, organization, policy effectiveness and relationship with the women’s movement.
This is the first study to examine the representation of illness, disability, and cultural pathologies in modern and contemporary Iberian and Latin American literature. Innovative and interdisciplinary, the collection situates medicine as an important and largely overlooked discourse in these literatures, while also considering the social, political, religious, symbolic, and metaphysical dimensions underpinning illness. Essays pay particular attention to the ways in which these interdisciplinary [.].