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Atwood “has been described as a feminist writer.”Revolutions and recessions slowed down the practice of extreme headdress, but moderate decorative pieces have always been present, with a shift towards varying types of formal hats in the early 20th century from large-brimmed Merry Widows to the sophisticated pillbox, before today’s headgear bursting with clipped-on confidence took top spot on the hat rack.-The thought of having to create a PowerPoint presentation for work?usually sends me into a panic seizure?so I usually steer clear of pie charts and xy graphs, but this venn diagram?on Parks and Rec/Party Down/Childrens Hospital/The League is pretty boss.Who isn’t: Barack and Michelle Obama, President Nicolas Sarkozy and wife, Carla Bruni and Sarah Ferguson, Dutchess of York. Reports say the Obamas were left out due to lack of close ties with short purple prom dress the royal family, and, secondly,? there would be many extra security costs involved if the U.S. president and his wife were to attend. But the Queen has invited the Obamas on an official state visit soon after the wedding, in May, reports say.
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