Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from World Finance

Exploring the boom in the luxury goods market

World Finance-Mar. 2, 2016
“In the 1850s, my husband's grandfather (Moussaieff Senior) was a pearl ... from a lustrous and limpid blue 180ct star sapphire to a necklace containing a ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Reader's Digest

17 Fashion Words You're Actually Pronouncing Completely Wrong

Reader's Digest-Dec. 8, 2016
Givenchy: A French luxury fashion and perfume house ... As in, “I love that I don't need to wear a pearl necklace, because my trompe-l'oeil blouse has one built ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Orlando Magazine

Floral Fantasy

Orlando Magazine-Mar. 25, 2016
For Love & Lemons dress, $341; and Dolce Vita shoes, $160, Sultre in Winter Park. Bar necklace, $38; floral headband, $26; and pearl ring, $58, Tuni in Winter ...

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Catherine the Great's Necklace Is Up for Auction (blog)-Oct. 21, 2016
The Russian Imperial family's obsession with jewelry can be traced back to Tsar Peter the Great, who established his collection of gems in 1719 and stored it in ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Test the questionnaire, usually about one-third shorterthan a conventional questionnaire with the same content. Accordingly, it requires less time to fill, which is also an argument in its favor.
-- To test the questionnaire practically removed the possibility of the influence of responses on previous questions later, which is always present in a traditional questionnaire, since all questions (judgments) to test the questionnaire are as independent from each other and fully independent.
There are other advantages of the test forms, which gradually emerge in the practice of their application.
However, like any other technique, the test questionnaire has its drawbacks. First and foremost is the risk of monotony from the same type in the form of questions (of judgment), is consistent across the whole field of the questionnaire. If such issues (judgments) of ten to twenty, it's not terrible, but if they are two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, this causes severe fatigue. Therefore it is better to test the questionnaire to make small volume containing not more than 100-150 questions (judgments). Form test form will not allow you to enter imaginative questions, to build a situation to apply game techniques to use questions to revive attention, awakening interest, i.e. does not allow to use many of the benefits of regular questionnaires.
One of the big challenges of test questionnaires is that, making it necessary to strictly ensure that the conceptual content of the judgment as alternatives of the question do not overlap and that their volumes do not coincide, as sometimes happens in traditional questionnaires. In the last question reveals a series of answers as podolaty, which may overlap, and the volume of the concept can partly be included in the scope of another (sometimes this is allowed by the rules for constructing questions, because respondents always relate to the proposed concepts with each other and choose only one answer, fully or partly corresponding to the content of the question). To test the questionnaire, each Odonata (as alternative to q) is an independent, not associated with others, and in the responses due to the dispersion of alternatives across the field the questionnaire respondents could not relate them to each other and to choose the most appropriate answer.
In practice, the process of the answer may be that the Respondent meets twice on one question or the question contains two answers when only one is needed. This occurs when the proposed judgment, which reflects the alternatives of the question under study have intersecting scopes of the concepts. For example, in the question "do You have cases of being late for work?" with alternatives (often, seldom, never happens), the latter is represented in the test questionnaire in the form of judgments