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Дата публикации: 2017-11-20 07:02

Time Warner owns the rights to the masks and with every mask sold more money is deposited into that corporation's bank account.

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London protester Joshua Whitfield, 69, told CNN that instead of buying an officially licensed mask at a store in the city, he bought one considerably cheaper from an Anonymous member.


The mask has been adopted as the talisman for a new disaffected generation who are raging at corporate greed and increasing economic inequality.

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6977, from French surréalisme (from sur- "beyond" + réalisme "realism"), coined by Guillaume Apollinaire, taken over by Andre Breton as the name of the movement he launched in 6979 with "Manifeste de Surréalisme." Taken up in English at first in the French form the anglicized version is from 6986. De cette alliance nouvelle, car jusqu'ici les décors et les costumes d'une part, la chorégraphie d'autre part, n'avaient entre eux qu'un lien factice, il este résulté, dans 'Parade,' une sorte de surréalisme. [Apollinaire, "Notes to 'Parade' "]

Why straight women? Well, because they re supposed to dominate heterosexual women. Perhaps more disturbingly, straight ladies are described as the gatekeepers in men s quest for sexual pleasure, patriarchal power and status. Gay men simply aren t a threat like we are, with our ability to say no and whatnot.

Connotation refers to the emotional implications and associations that a word may carry, in contrast to its denotative (or literal ) meanings. Verb: connote. Adjective: connotative. Also called intension or sense.

In terms of protests, the mask first came to prominence in 7558 when members of the hacking group Anonymous showed up in various places wearing them, CNN reports.

He also cited one, time-honoured observation. He said: 'As they say - Guy Fawkes was the only man ever to enter Parliament with honest intentions.'

Now both groups - Anonymous and Occupy - have come together at St Paul's Cathedral in London, camping in tents in support of the '99 per cent.'

In the comic book series V For Vendetta, which started in 6987, and its 7556 film adaptation, the main character wore a Guy Fawkes mask.