Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Mic

15 of the most iconic and memorable Met Gala dresses of all ...

Mic-May 1, 2017
Campbell showed up to the 1995 gala in a dazzling, crystal-encrusted gown with exposed seams by Versace. And as iconic as this gown remains, perhaps more ...
Story image for iconic gown from Radar Online

Is Princess Diana's Style Better Than Kate's? Judge for Yourself

Radar Online-Jul. 24, 2017
Princess Diana arriving at the at the Serpentine Gallery, London, in a gown by ... Princess Diana's most iconic dress was her wedding dress, designed by David ...
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10 Hidden Details You Didn't Know About Queen Elizabeth's ... 1, 2017
While Princess Diana's '80s ballgown and Kate Middleton's Grace Kelly-inspired dress were iconic in their own right, don't forget the biggest wedding of them all.
Story image for iconic gown from Emirates Woman

10 of the most iconic looks from the late Azzedine Alaïa

Emirates Woman-Nov. 19, 2017
10 of the most iconic looks from the late Azzedine Alaïa ... such as the artfully folded neckline on this gown worn to the 2009 SAG Awards by Penelope Cruz.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

-- A formal method has two forms: linear and two-dimensional oftentRA tionwiththe denition.

The first method is a simple linear frequency distribution. In other words, how many times the researcher is interested in the symptom manifested in the text. Is calculated and is the appropriate conclusion about its significance, for example, relative to the total number of words in the text. Linear distribution is the first and necessary stage of statistical research. But confine them clearly enough, but most do, at least in the content analysis and often in sociological research.

The statistical method allows on the basis of quantitative methods and the theory of sets. i.e. the behavior of a certain subset of words in a certain set, allows you to compress information to determine certain trends. And that's a lot for today. So much that allows you at least to solve one simple task, and that the author had really in mind, what he problems are solved, what would convince the reader, what sense to tell him in preparing the text. And how many have yet to learn.

The second method is the paired distribution, i.e. whether there is a relationship between two any objects. The nature of the double bonds is different, but most often we are talking about how the sign of z of object Q, is distributed in the object X. Or how is the frequency distribution of one trait with the frequency distribution of the other attribute. The paired allocation is always made in the system trichomycterus interaction, where the relationship between any two objects is mandatory in any third as a shared object.

Naturally, the method of paired distributions gives more information, it is more diverse, deeper, allows for a wide variety of interpretations. With regard to the text, a well-known method of pairwise correlations in the statistics or pairwise distributions in sociology has its own modification and variations of what we'll be saying in the present work.

Konten-analysis based on formalized quantitative method and usually paired distributions of features in the social space. So, if the sociologist, using the method of content analysis, concludes that "Russia has no civil society", it is the result of the calculation of a set of related signs in the text that allows to speak about high objectivity of the conclusion. The free interpretation in this case is strongly narrowed.