Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Financial Times

My favourite pieces: Jane Seymour

Financial Times-Jan. 18, 2015
Another piece is an absolutely beautiful pearl necklace, that my now ex-husband, James Keach, gave to me. It is made of quite large pearls in the shape of ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Guardian

The Clasp by Sloane Crosley review – an entertaining homage to ...

The Guardian-Nov. 27, 2015
Guy de Maupassant's short story “The Necklace” features one of his most ... to Crosley herself, who confesses in an essay entitled “The Height of Luxury” from her ... it affords, The Clasp never quite adds up to more than the sum of its pearls.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Forbes

Italian Renaissance Gardens Have Inspired Bulgari's Latest High ...

Forbes-Oct. 25, 2015
Blue Iridescence necklace in white gold with seven cushion-shaped ... High jewelry necklace in yellow gold and mother-of-pearl elements with 40 round rubellite ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Pensacola News Journal

Timeless style: Show your fashion personality at any age

Pensacola News Journal-Apr. 22, 2015
Hazel is wearing a coral Dolman, $20, leopard-print Palazzo pants, $34, multi-strand pearl necklace, $16, pearl tassel bracelet, $16, and pearl earrings, $5.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This equally applies to sociological questionnaires. It is necessary not only to respect the Respondent, but also to be genuinely interested in him, to approach him as a person, whose assistance we need, some things could be better versed researchers (for example, in the case where he serves as expert). Only joint efforts can solve many problems. The questionnaire must be constructed in such a way that it was a conversation between two interested people, partners, co-authors of the study.
The fact that a sociologist, interviewing people, do not take knowledge from the pantry, and produces them, often with great difficulties. In the process of obtaining new knowledge, the Respondent is not a passive person. And not only that, if the Respondent is not interested and does not want to answer questions or respond in bad faith, and even that only in the process of mutual analysis of the problem (researcher for its part, Respondent - his), you can get to the truth. The Respondent, of course, one should not expect a knowledge of the truth in the last instance. It is the task of the sociologist. The Respondent is only required careful consideration, intense search of the answer to the question. But all of this can be obtained only if the Respondent is actively involved in comprehension tasks.