Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for history of pearl necklaces from Gulf Business News

Pearls For Profit: The UAE's Pearling Industry

Gulf Business News-Oct. 6, 2013
“Only three to four per cent of the jewelry industry is comprised of pearls. ... Local bidding will emphasise the importance of the pearl trading history in this region.
Story image for history of pearl necklaces from Daily Mail

The BBC jumble sale: Gene Hunt's jacket, the Blue Peter totaliser and ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 26, 2013
... DI Drake, including a fake fur coat, white bag and two pearl necklaces, for £510. ... said the auction was 'a chance for the public to buy a little bit of TV history'.

Story image for history of pearl necklaces from Daily Mail

Tiffany pays designer Elsa Perretti $47.3m to keep her bestselling ...

Daily Mail-Jan. 3, 2013
Since 1974, young women worldwide have saved up for, or been gifted, a Ms Peretti-designed Tiffany Open Heart, Starfish or Bean necklace as a mark of life's ...

Story image for history of pearl necklaces from OCRegister

Statement necklaces: What's your style?

OCRegister-Jun. 4, 2013
Dressing up a simple sheath or amping up the style volume on a classic white T-shirt was never easier. Chunky collars, art deco details and rhinestone bibs are ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the original explanatory notes and the classification points to a significant
(Linnaeus). How different kind receives sociology, it all depends what
the concept of society comes the system" (A. I. PetrazhitskyEssays
the philosophy of law. SPb., 1900. - Vol.1. C. 3-4).
L. I. Petrazhitsky: "Theoretical knowledge does not have
some kind of copy or record of the fact, and contains principally
different from what could be ascertained by observation. (...)
After all, every theory, as such, would contain in itself something
different from what can be ascertained by observation; for the theory
-- class of judgments, i.e. they contain claims about those objects
that existed or exist and were randomly subjected to monitoring,
and about the classes, i.e. something infinitely greater than what
could be closely monitored, even though these observations were made
millions" (Petrazhitsky And A., introduction to the study of law and
morality. Fundamentals of emotional psychology. SPb., 1908. P. 99).
A. A. Chuprov: "Science demograficheskaya seeks to grab everything
there is in the phenomena of the eternal. Science ideographically picks up what is in them
transient-their specific look in terms of locale and their time and place"
(Chuprov, A. A. essays on the theory of statistics. SPb., 1909. P.82).
A. A. Chuprov: "Not the transition from single event to many gives
leap in the field of nomography, and the transition to indefinitely many occasions" (There
same.P. 85).