Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from

Alexis Bellino dresses totally trashy for Tamra's wedding 21, 2013
Tamra Barney married Eddie Judge in a lavish wedding and one RHOC cast member tries to upstage the bride in a very low-cut and very hot pink dress.
Story image for lavish wedding from

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon shut down Disneyland to ... 1, 2013
Mariah, 43, and Nick, 32, exchanged vows to mark their fifth wedding anniversary in a lavish fairytale-themed ceremony at the California theme park.
Story image for lavish wedding from Urban Islandz

Michael Jordan Weds Cuban GF Yvette Prieto In Lavish $10 ...

Urban Islandz-Apr. 30, 2013
Guests at the lavish wedding total 300 and comprised of close friends of Jordan including Scottie Pippen, Tiger Woods, Spike Lee, Patrick Ewing and more.
Story image for lavish wedding from Washington Post

marriage license isn't license to take on wedding debt

Washington Post-Jun. 21, 2013
I wouldn't spend on a lavish wedding if I had debt, but I understand how it happens. For my part, I just try my best to talk good financial sense into people.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Reading through the proposed set of alternatives and feeling the lack of a common basis, bona fide, the Respondent begins to choose and to group the proposed number in a logical sequence. By itself, this work is difficult enough, it becomes doubly difficult in the case of difficulty determining the conceptual content and the size of the proposed alternatives. It is not always possible clearly and definitely to relate alternatives to identify a common ground, to build a logical chain of reasoning. Sometimes the conceptual content of the two or three alternatives so close that they are very difficult to separate, or so different that to choose a single basis is not possible.

How many alternatives you can choose?

The conceptual content of the question implies a principle of selection response. We can distinguish three types of questions: questions where there is only one answer; questions, where respondents can choose a limited number (2-3) of the alternatives; questions with an unlimited selection of alternatives.
Example of the first type: "please Tell me You always obey the orders of the chief in time?" The leader can perform always on time, not always or never. Here is one possible answer, automatically excluding both the others. "Do You have a washing machine?", "Are You going to resign from the company?", "Good if You have a wife?" etc. - in all these questions only one answer. As a rule, such issues do not present much difficulty to answer, of course, if the question and its alternatives are built correctly.
What could be the error in constructing the question of this type?