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The Best Spring 2018 Jewelry At Fashion Month (So Far) 19, 2017
But don't count out the bold necklaces, arm cuffs, and anklets accessorizing spring's top looks too. As the new collections unfold in New York, London, Milan, ...
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Clever Pearls

JCK-Apr. 14, 2017
Luna Cosmo earrings in 18k yellow gold with 5mm akoya pearls and 0.26 ct. ... Necklace in 14k yellow gold with freshwater pearls, $280; Lali Jewels.
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Surprise gifts from George HW and Barbara Bush steal the show at ... 11, 2017
A three-strand pearl necklace from Barbara's personal collection lay inside. Next, Neil presented Lester with two pairs of socks, a tongue-in-cheek gift from ...
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Fashion: Put it all on diamonds

Daily Mail-Dec. 9, 2017
Pearl necklace, £2,190, Mikimoto. Snowflake crown diamond necklace, £108,000, Birks. White gold, black rhodium and diamond ring, £10,500, Annoushka.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

To achieve goals, solve set out in the programme of the study tasks, must be able to break the rules. But in order to break the rules, you need to know them well. Need to know what happens if you build it that way, and what happens if to build it otherwise, and, knowing the specific reactions of the respondents of a particular type, shape, wording of the question, use them when solution to your specific problem.
I'm not talking about the obvious cases of biased influence of the researcher on the Respondent with a view to adjust his answers to fit their theoretical construct. This, unfortunately, is speaks not only of scientific principles but also the dishonesty of the sociologist. These are special cases. Another thing, as a sociologist, not knowing the rules of the game, build your profile so that inadvertently influence the Respondent. It is already sociological illiteracy.
Rules for constructing questionnaires and formulating questions is not a dogma but a guide to action. If we didn't break the rules, we would not be able to solve many of our problems. Any brilliant idea taken to extremes becomes absurd. Refer to the regulations as to the dogma becomes a hindrance in the development of research methods and solving its various problems. Even in everyday conversation, if people are not violated and moreover, is constant (within the acceptable range, of course) of the rules of word usage, language could not develop.