Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from JCK

Fashion Play

JCK-May 16, 2017
Manish Arora even dotted models' faces and arms with pearl body beads (poll: ... 3 / Necklace with onyx hoops and diamonds in 18k gold and platinum; price on ...
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Fit for a Duchess? William & Son unveils Gala Jewellery Collection 14, 2017
Around the Queen's neck hand ropes of pearls and a grand pendant on a choker, while her face is framed by a traditional ruff collar; a symbol of power and ...
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'Mother-of-pearl' clouds may have inspired Edvard Munch's 'The Scream' 24, 2017
But the new paper, presented at a meeting of the European Geosciences Union in Vienna, said he more likely depicted a rare sighting of "mother-of-pearl" ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from WorldTempus (press release)

Flying Cloud, a touch of Riviera chic

WorldTempus (press release)-Jul. 13, 2017
The French Riviera, a luxury yacht and the blue waters of the Mediterranean ... Set on a string of Japanese cultured pearls forming a long pearl necklace, the ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These questions are intended to prepare the Respondent to answer questions that require imagination and memory, interest. Prep questions needed during the transition to the hard questions, the answers to which require much mental effort, attention, or to matters of an intimate nature, to which the Respondent must prepare to gain the trust and sincerity in the responses. In addition, preparatory questions will help to create a certain mood of the respondents. All this largely facilitates their work.
Sometimes such issues depending on the complexity of the studies recruited quite a lot, but it has to go to provide full answers to key policy questions. Lack of attention to preparatory issues leads to lower information quality.
Buffer questions. In the study of problems of migration of rural population into the city often formulated a series of questions about social services in rural areas. Then to clarify the motives of moving to a city rural residents are asked what attracted them to the city. If these issues are not to divide, not to put between the blocks of the buffer question, it may happen that the first series of questions will influence the answers to subsequent questions concerning the motives for moving to the city. So, if a Respondent answered that in the village where he lives, poor cultural and community service, there is no club, mail, library, no conditions for leisure, then it is reasonable to expect that he will advance these causes as leading in the decision to move to the city.
The researchers did not just fall into such traps set by themselves. To neutralize the influence of questions about social and cultural services for villagers on the respondents ' answers about the motives of moving to the city, it is advisable to formulate a number of buffer issues.
The character buffer of the questions can be absolutely different: this can be questions, distracting from the main topic, surprise topics. As a buffer there may be issues and any other block of the questionnaire.
A fragment of the questionnaire:
Some believe that the city has a negative effect on the behavior of young people. Urban youth are less listens to parents, is rapidly gaining bad habits Smoking, drinking, young people begin to prevent acts of hooliganism, which was not until they lived in the village.