Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from South China Morning Post

Heart-shaped diamond sells for record US$15m at auction by ...

South China Morning Post-May 17, 2017
The largest flawless heart-shaped diamond has sold for almost US$15 million in Geneva, breaking a world record in its category but missing its pre-sale ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from USA TODAY

Melania Trump looks at pearls in Tokyo's upscale shopping district

USA TODAY-Nov. 5, 2017
Abe's wife, Akie, greeted the first lady with a bow as she arrived at the Mikimoto Pearl flagship store in Tokyo's glitzy Ginza shopping district on Sunday. The two ...

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Inside La Pausa: Coco Chanel's Côte d'Azur hideaway that inspired ... 21, 2017
Striped with rows of sapphires, these precious epaulettes add an element of sport to an otherwise simple pearl necklace, as do the carved lapis lazuli buoys ...
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Trend report: The return of the pearl 14, 2017
She gifted me my first pearl necklace for my 18th birthday. ... "I love the simplicity of pearls, their colour and lustre, and they just ooze understated luxury.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In this example, the responses actually belong to the first sub-question "do You Like to travel...", and the second sub-question remains without the answer choices.
Error of the plurality of questions is quite common and is caused by the desire of the researcher to remove as much information in one question that leads to a logical violation, and therefore wrong to put the question.
A large group of typical errors in the questionnaires constitute a substitution of concepts.
Substitution of notions often takes place in issues when the sociologist tries to combine in a single concept two others, similar in content and form a new concept. The question: "Tell me, please, what, in Your opinion, should be changed in the medical and health institutions in the city?" the sociologist tried to unite the two concepts are close in meaning, "medical" and "Wellness" companies - in one General concept "Agency that monitors the health of the person". The question "do You do sports?" also attempts to connect two loved ones the concept of "exercise" and "sports" into a single larger concept of community "training health exercise." Feature of the answers to such questions is that the answer is positive (and negative) at least one sub-question (I do physical activity but do not exercise) can be extended to the whole question.