Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Christie's

Record-breaking De Grisogono diamond leads Geneva Luxury Week ...

Christie's-Nov. 15, 2017
Christie's Luxury Week sales in Geneva saw exceptional results this November, ... Leading the entire series was an emerald and diamond necklace by de ...
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The story behind the pearl necklace which the Duchess of Cambridge ... 21, 2017
The story behind the pearl necklace which the Duchess of Cambridge ... to learn that Diana once borrowed that same necklace, wearing it to a state banquet in ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Financial Times

The long fall and curious rise of the pearl industry

Financial Times-May 31, 2017
On a trip in 1932, Paspaley found a beautiful lustrous natural pearl, hid it and .... where a large South Sea or black Tahitian cultured pearl necklace would sell for ...
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Why pearl necklaces are having a moment 21, 2017
Faux pearl embellished velvet dress, £59, Warehouse; Faux pearl beaded bag, £450, Shrimps; A B Davis freshwater Cultured Pearl Necklace, £95, John Lewis; ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The survey question: "If You want to go to work in another Department, what could You do that?" But what "would be able to do?" The researcher had in mind would have allowed such a transition authorities. The Respondent can understand so that he would be able to do it for some personal reasons and considerations. In the result of different interpretations of the concept, the sociologist does not receive the information that was expected.
To interpret the respondents ' answers can be very difficult. If in some cases this interpretation may be quite justified, in other cases, the justification requires careful further study. We ask the question: "please Tell me, do You know the name and patronymic of your GP?" If Respondent answers in the affirmative, it is possible with certainty to assert that the Respondent has not very good health, unless, of course, them brings something different. But here we ask about his health and if he says good, then that reflects this response: the fact that he has really good health or that he perceives their health as good, i.e., we remove the information about his health or about his opinion about your health. Agree that this is very different information that reflects different region of the objective reality.
The researcher can pose the problem to study how the perception by the Respondent of its health depending on its condition. And probably a dependency there, but this requires more thorough investigation, perhaps even his special techniques, perhaps some who at first glance would contradict some well-established terms and concepts.
The problem of substitution of information is more significant than it sometimes seems. With her we encounter at every step and not always successfully solved. Often in life, we incorrectly interpret the received information attributed to phenomena is not the essence which they have in reality. Yesterday, my head was dull and very dry with me. I'm racking my brain thinking why he's upset with me, but really he just was in a bad mood. Girlfriend late for a date half an hour and the young man decided that she no longer loves, and really just had no bus.