Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Forbes

Take a Walk Through Bulgari's Italian Gardens High Jewelry Collection

Forbes-Aug. 18, 2015
The luxury jeweler said the necklace is crafted to give volume and movement to the ... Mother-of-pearl and coral are blended with a variety of gems, including ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from (blog)

'Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke Is the New Face of Dior (blog)-Nov. 4, 2015
... the collection, from a lapis lazuli and turquoise necklace to a gold necklacefeaturing white mother of pearl and pink opal. This is Clarke's first luxurycampaign; ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from InStyle

Accessory of the Day: Stella McCartney Pearls at Paris Fashion Week

InStyle-Mar. 10, 2015
InStyle's accessories director, Leah Karp, has an eye for spotting the hottest accessories of the season. After a day full of back-to-back Paris Fashion Week ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Daily Mail

Ever-youthful Jane Fonda, 77, is sophisticated chic in cream tweed ...

Daily Mail-Jan. 19, 2015
The two-time Oscar winner amped up her class by layering on a long pearlnecklace which doubled around her neck, studded pearl earrings, and silver jewels.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

About, or say softer insincere response, i.e., a case where the Respondent deliberately refuses to answer, most appropriate, in his opinion (it must be emphasized that according to his opinion), some objective process, and selects another answer that does not correspond to objective reality (again in his opinion), there is in fact a conscious denial of the answer, which in his opinion is the correct one. If you understand the sincerity of answers of respondents as adequate compliance of the objective process, phenomenon, that in some cases the Respondent will not be able to answer, matches or does not match his view of the studied phenomenon. At best, he may declare that such is his opinion only. Demand more from him is impossible. Business of the sociologist to determine how the opinion of the Respondent or group of respondents corresponds to objective reality. Thus, the notions of truth and falsity of answers will lose substantial value. The opinion of the Respondent cannot be sincere and insincere, cannot be true or false, it can only either match or not match some objective process or match it partially. Even if the Respondent deliberately chooses the answer that, in his opinion, does not correspond to the true answer, and in this case he gets during the analysis of a group of people whose opinion does not correspond to a certain process, the occurrence that establishes the researcher's own methods of analysis.