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10 Winter Style Essentials Evocative of 'War & Peace' 29, 2016
Rosantica Contrasti Gold-Tone Pearl Necklace, $685, ... Keep your hands comfortably warm in fingerless mittens made of luxurious rabbit fur.
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Sculptures You Can Wear, From Six New Jewelry Brands

New York Times-Jul. 27, 2016
One night in 2012, her sister wore a necklace to a bar in the West Village, and a ... consists of large gold and silver pieces with bits of pearls and raw diamonds.
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Hat's a nice outfit! Francesca Packer is elegant in wide-brimmed ...

Daily Mail-Mar. 18, 2016
Francesca completed her look by adding a pair of classic pearl stud earring and .... who looked chic in an all-white pinafore dress matched with a pearl necklace.
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Dazzling stories behind the world's greatest jewels: From Princess ...

Daily Mail-Sep. 22, 2016
Elizabeth Taylor's Georgian necklace with matching earrings. The authors single out some of the highlights, including her La Peregrina pearl, whose previous ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Questionnaire no questions asked. We have said that any or almost any issue reveals alternatives that the answer to a particular question can be found in the context of the alternatives with the exception of open-ended questions.
You ask the friend who you have not seen for a long time, "How's it going?" or "How are you?". The answer will be as uncertain as the question, "Nothing." Why? Because responding does not know the context of Your question, don't know what aspect to answer him. It may be a question about health, and about family relationships or in the service, and the work of dozens of possible issues. And if You want to know what really interests You, then ask additional clarifying questions. Similarly, in the questionnaire questions: "How do You do that study?" You can answer: "I work at home, in the library, in the transport". Possible and this option: "focus on day in the group, do one, do another." Maybe so: "Doing good, medium, bad." Or: "I work systematically, from time to time, only during the session."
Question word "how" implies a variety of aspects, and the aspect you want is established by the alternatives in question. It turns out that the Respondent does not actually respond to the question and its alternatives. Then, perhaps, even abandon the formulation of the question, leaving only the alternatives?
For example in this way:
"I'm usually involved in the process of studying regularly."
"I usually do from time to time, not constant impedance.nbut".
"I do mostly only during the session."
The question is implicit in the alternatives presented in the form of propositions, statements.
The following is a sample of the so-called test of the questionnaire for the study of the stability of the production team (1984).
Test questionnaire for the study of problems of stabilization