Friday, December 6, 2019

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“Professional bridesmaid” is an actual job. Meet a woman who ...

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Glantz tells me that Bridesmaid For Hire originated as a Craigslist ad, posted after serving as a civilian bridesmaid for countless friends. The hundreds of emails ...
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Looking For Wedding Deals? Start on Black Friday

The New York Times-Nov. 27, 2019
Bridesmaid for Hire, a New York company that peddles bridesmaid services like toast making, is also having a sale. All services from Black Friday through Cyber ...
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The most stylish bridesmaid dresses in the Black Friday sales

HELLO!-Nov. 27, 2019
And if you're still searching for the perfect bridesmaid dresses to suit all your bridal party, now is your time to snap up some of the most covetable high street and ...
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Movies on TV this week: 'Giant' on TCM

Los Angeles Times-Nov. 29, 2019
Bridesmaids (2011) HBO Sat. 5:45 p.m.. Broadcast News (1987) Encore Sun. 4:37 a.m.. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) EPIX ...


Pearl Necklace said...

Such construction allows freely to place the question on the page and at the same time creates the ease of its perception.
Have a certain value and the intervals between the parts of the question. Usually between the lines in question sets the 1.0-1.5 range. If the question is the explanatory phrase, say, "In this matter You can choose any number of answers", it is put through the 2.0-2.5 range.
The first alternative is from the question and the explanatory phrase through the 2.5-3.0 range. The distance between the alternatives is 1.5 spacing between the lines in alternative - 1.0 interval. The distance between the last alternative and the next question is installed in the 2.5-3.0 range. Approximately set intervals in the above question.
Of course, depending on the type and form of question a sociologist might use different intervals, but a proposed location in question is the most appropriate and most common.
The questionnaire often is not reached in the printing, and is printed on the machine and xerocopies. It's cheaper, faster, but in this case, the graphical capabilities are limited. Therefore, the location of the questions on the page, spacing between lines, questions, and alternatives play a big role. However, with the use of computer graphics capabilities greatly enhanced.
There are various ways of arranging issues and alternatives, layout of the questionnaire. All this is determined by the researcher. But we should remember that the main layout is a clear visual separation of all components of the issues and alternatives and questionnaires overall, taking into account their perception and understanding by the Respondent.
And finally, we note the inadmissibility of rupture of alternatives, i.e., transferring part of the answers from one page to another. Unfortunately, it often happens that in order to save space part of the alternatives left on one page and the other is transferred to the next page of the questionnaire. This can not be done for the simple reason that moved half of the alternatives, as a rule, not involved. Experiments show that in this case the majority of answers concentrated in the first part of the set of alternatives. Reading the question and proposed answers, the Respondent thinks that it is a whole set of alternatives and chooses an answer among them. Turning the page and seeing the other response options, the Respondent usually does not return to the new selection and moves immediately to the next question. If the issue is with the set of alternatives does not fit on the remaining part of the page, it is better to leave it blank and move the question to the next page.

Anonymous said...

Elsewhere, he formulates the peculiarity of the word as what it is
"soprecise with the world beyond our own mental
States" (ibid. P. 280). That is the word, the symbol of all the time shifts
from father Paul of the plane of the subjective to the objective plane.
Alexey Losev so formulated the essence of the ideas of Florensky:
"Philosophy is indistinguishable identity of idea and matter, perceived
sensual, sensual forms..." (P. Florensky memories
Alexey Losev // Context. 1990. -- M., 1990. P. 13). That is, this aspect
the ratio of matter and form is a very important element in the concept
P. Florensky. In the same context A. Losev saw a connection of ideas
P. Florensky with art history, the fascination with icon painting: "There, just
in the icon, given in common, that is essentially like math, but really in
depicted is given in the form of a living being" (ibid. P. 13). In this
its mathematics are also element of religious life:
"traditional Orthodoxy Florensky considered too boring, too
prose, too far from living faith, too traditional.