Friday, March 29, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Starts at 60

Preparing for the throne? Camilla channels Queen in regal necklace

Starts at 60-May 10, 2018
While she kept her outfit fairly understated, in a knee-length, high-necked white dress, she added a statement pearl choker with a huge cluster ...
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8 Pieces of Jewelry Worth Investing In 6, 2016
Nobody does a strand of pearls better than Mikimoto, whose founder, Mikimoto ... Van Cleef & Arpels Magic Alhambra Long Necklace, $5,500; ...
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The story behind the Queen's wedding day tiara- and what happened ... 20, 2017
... diamonds taken from a transformable tiara-necklace that her mother-in-law, Queen Victoria, had given her as a wedding present in 1893.

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Pearls for heroes: In 1918 the Mail founder's wife appealed for women ...

Daily Mail-Mar. 9, 2018
She would ask each of them to give a pearl from their precious necklaces and use them to form a new string, which would be sold to support the ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Usually the influence of the researcher on the respondents ' answers referred to in conjunction with the interviewing process through the ability to speak, to get in touch with him to motivate him to win. Less attention is paid to the influence that can provide the researcher on the Respondent in the course of conversation. Somehow tacitly accepted that as a sociologist does not directly enter into the context with the interviewee, he has less influence. In fact not the case. We do not even suspect how great was the influence of the researcher on respondents ' answers during a questionnaire survey. It is carried out in two ways.
-- General method of research. Whether we like it or not, the questionnaire constructed by the researcher from the beginning to the end, subordinated to the logic of his argument and to some extent the logic of the arguments of the Respondent. For example, closing a question with a set of alternatives, we thus already structuring the consciousness of the Respondent, i.e., outline the scope of the search of the true answer. In fact, we require that the Respondent answer in our system, logical reasoning, and he is forced to obey this system of reasoning, although this does not mean that the truth lies in a given area. So, we ask the Respondent the question about the motives of dismissal and offer him the answers. Respondent, of course, you may finish your option, but more often it is subordinate to the researcher and looking for more or less appropriate answer in the proposed set, i.e. it follows the logic of reasoning of the researcher. Researcher as it tells the Respondent what the main reasons for dismissal in the proposed series of answers. So, offering repondents two different sets of alternatives in explanation of the dismissal, we obtain two independent choice of motives of dismissal. In other words, researchers suggest that the Respondent's search for the truth in some particular area, he is only required to answer the question whether he agrees or disagrees with the given alternatives.