Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The National

India's crown jewels on show in London

The National-Nov. 21, 2015
... 17th o the 20th centuries, is clear in this showcase of diamond-encrusted Indian turban jewels, brooches, ropes of emerald, spinel and Basra pearl necklaces, ...
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High drama: Dolce & Gabbana's Alta Gioielleria high jewellery 8, 2015
They're the humane, luxurious equivalent of the Duchess of Devonshire's penchant for ... A parure of earrings and a lariat-like necklace boasting the softest pink ... bough of gem-encrusted gold, entwined with berries of pearls and emeralds, ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Daily Mail

All that glitters! Lisa Vanderpump sparkles in silver and pearls as she ...

Daily Mail-Feb. 14, 2015
The Vanderpump Rules star glammed up her midi dress with a chunky pearlnecklace and coordinating earrings. The restauranteur, who is married to Ken Todd, ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Professional Jeweller

Christies to auction Spanish royal family pearls

Professional Jeweller-Nov. 20, 2015
The necklace (originally described as being formed from 46 pearls) was later offered for sale at auction in Paris on July 1 1878 consigned directly by Isabella II, ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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First of all, the regulations shall specify the main goals and objectives of the study. For example, "the Present study is aimed at examining some aspects of training and education of students."
The goals and objectives of the study are given in the most General form, but must clearly and definitely. Often, however, the purpose of the study it is expressed in so vague and General that they become incomprehensible the true intentions of its authors, say: "I Appeal to You with some questions concerning Your life and work, the answers to which are necessary for scientific and practical purposes, to study various aspects of a modern farmers". A General indication of what the answers to the questions "necessary for scientific and practical purposes" or "purely scientific purposes", "for studies of various aspects of..." weakly reveal the goals and objectives of the study.
And quite bad if the user as the target of the study indicated the need to gather any personally identifiable information. For example: "We ask You to answer a questionnaire which aims to find out different aspects of his personal life..." or "proposed survey is to collect information on various aspects of political activities...". Sociologists have no right "to find out different sides" of people's lives, to ask questions, "regarding personal life of the respondents", etc. Such treatment does not contribute to the sincerity of the replies and interest of the respondents to the questionnaire. Probably won't like it if someone would look into his personal life.
Speaking about the purpose and objectives of the research, should stress its social relevance, focus on improving the performance of organizations and enterprises. For example:
"Most of the day You spend at work. And, of course, how was your working day, depends on Your health and Your mood. The administration of Your enterprise is interested in the fact that each employee has received the maximum satisfaction from his work.
What are the positive and negative sides of Your work? what hinders to work? and conversely, that creates a good mood? what you need to think first for creation of favorable working conditions? - here are the questions that we ask You to answer."