Monday, November 18, 2019

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How those 20st wedding gowns have made Gypsy ...

Daily Mail-Feb. 25, 2012
How those 20st wedding gowns have made Gypsy dressmaker her fortune ... Her business took off and she opened her Liverpool shop, Nico's, now the favoured ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from The Missourian

Here Come the Brides

The Missourian-Sep. 12, 2012
Nearly every bride wore a slip underneath to “fluff up” her dress. ... The Internet has changed the way brides shop for their wedding dresses, both for the better ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Columbus Alive

Objects of Desire: Custom wedding gowns

Columbus Alive-Apr. 18, 2012
“I hated dress shopping,” she said. “I don't think many women realize that they have options when it comes to finding that perfect dress.” According to a survey of ...
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First look at Emily Blunt's sister in stunning bridal gown as she ...

Daily Mail-Oct. 2, 2012
The bride's famous actress sister Emily, was her bridesmaid, along with youngest sister Suzie Blunt and friend Amy Dixon, who all wore near-matching white ...
Stanley Tucci & Felicity Blunt Have Formal Wedding Ceremony
Highly Cited-People Magazine-Sep. 30, 2012

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The result is that some of the alternatives in order of gaining more votes (often it is the first alternative) and some less (most often those in the middle). In this case, it is necessary to reconsider the location alternatives in the questions to make, if necessary, amendments to ensure that the distribution of answers of respondents by the order of the alternatives was more or less uniform. It should be remembered that this uneven distribution in the end gives the wrong information.
-- How many respondents did not answer a particular question. Not all respondents answer all questions. As a rule, refused to answer, depending on the purity of the survey and complexity of the survey is within an average of 3-5%. In General it is normal if the number of failures does not exceed 6%, and according to some estimates - 14%. But one question of failures is less than the other. Sometimes the percentage of refusals to answer reaches 50% and above. In the pilot survey are analysed not only direct failures, the so-called pure questions, but the answers of respondents to the alternatives: "don't know", "I didn't think about it", "unsure", "don't remember", etc. In the pilot study should find out why some respondents refused to answer this question. There could be several reasons:
a) the Respondent does not understand the question and that it "did not stick", choose neutral alternative or did not respond to the question. (It is necessary in this case to reformulate the question and check again);
b) the Respondent is tired to answer and not to bother, missed the question or chose the latter alternative: "don't know", "unsure", etc. (you need to put the question in another place of the questionnaire and to test how it will work there);