Saturday, March 30, 2019

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MJSA Announces the Winners of Its 2017 Vision Awards

JCK-May 24, 2017
... for their Night Sky necklace, which was inspired by skipping stones along the shore of ... Smith Jewelry in Woodstock, Ga., for her In the Garden pearl necklace.
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Bibi van der Velden's Galaxy collection: a fantastical bejewelled ... 7, 2017
Van der Velden's Galaxy collection takes boulder opals, Tahitian pearls in greys and ... The masterpiece of the collection is a necklace which incorporates all the ...
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Monica Rich Kosann's New LA Boutique Gets Personal

Robb Report-Oct. 6, 2017
Indeed, contemporary custom lockets and playful charm necklaces are among her ... library to fit into a locket—choose from pendants made with mother-of-pearl, ...

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Billionaire's Row is rocked with its second foreclosure in a month: $51 ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 24, 2017
A $51million penthouse in a luxury high-rise overlooking Central Park is the second lavish property in Manhattan to go into foreclosure in the space of a month.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Each form reflects the condition of an event. Define a time parameter is an indication of the specific objective reality, and therefore a clear definition of what studying the question, i.e. its content.
In the Russian language uses different values of time forms, each of which reflects a long evolution of language development and, accordingly, the complication of social relationships. Now we will not analyze all values of time forms in interrogative sentences, although that is very important and it is essential for competent construction of the question, because it has a very significant contrast to the use of time forms in declarative sentences. We mention only some fundamental aspects of the use of different forms of time in question and accordingly their influence on the respondents ' answers.
Now. First of all, it should be noted that the use of this form of time in a sociological questionnaire differs from its use in natural speech. So, in the questionnaire we cannot ask about present, in the proper sense of the word, for example: "Tell me, please, whether now rain?" (maybe only except for special occasions), as this present for the researcher and the Respondent always different.
Sociologists often use real long time, for example: "do You Go to the movies?", "Whether the TV?". Here the time is not specified, but implied a constant for a long time. But it also has its limits, without definition of which is lost and often the meaning of the question, and in determining which content of the response may be different. It can be very extended to infinity ("I live forever") and limited to year, month, week, etc. For example, the question "Are You able to buy the Japanese color TV?", if the time parameter is not specified, it is likely many will respond that, in principle, Yes (in my life maybe you can save enough money). But if a time limit of "within one month", it is unlikely that we will get a lot of positive responses, at least from respondents with a low level of income. The positive responses as well as negative, characterize well-defined group of respondents by income, social status, etc. Of course, the answers to these different questions according to a time parameter will be correct, but reflect objective reality, a different social reality.