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Story image for lavish wedding from Metro

Simon Cowell no longer a single man as he 'marries' David ...

Metro-Mar. 12, 2013
Simon Cowell has finally quit singledom and tied the knot in a lavish white wedding – to none other than Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams. The music ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Metro

Gallery: 25000 Ultra-Orthodox Jews attend wedding ceremony ...

Metro-May 23, 2013
Tens of thousands of Ultra-Orthodox Jews have attended the wedding of the ... with the lavish and lengthy wedding drawing thousands of guests from the US ...
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Breakup at a Wedding: Film Review

Hollywood Reporter-Aug. 1, 2013
A couple's disastrous nuptials are captured by a wedding videographer in Victor ... hopes to change her mind by delivering a lavish surprise at the last minute.
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Emma Watson keeps it simple in cut out dress for society ... 15, 2013
The Harry Potter star looked demure in the Carven dress as she flew out to Austria for the lavish wedding ceremony, joined by her close pal Derek Blasberg.

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1. The choice of object scaling. Feature sociological the application of the scales is that the object of scaling are not separate individuals, as in psychology, and large groups of people, with these or other sustainable features.
2. The choice of item scaling. Since the study are not themselves social groups and their individual characteristics, that as the subject are the scaling relations, evaluations, opinions.
3. Checking the reliability and validity of the scale is carried out in two ways: repeated examination after a certain period of time in the same group (check stability) and "splitting" of the text into two parts with a simultaneous check in the group.
The use and perception scales have their own characteristics Here are some of them. It is better to give a name to each element of the scale or to present it in "naked" form? In principle, any scale can be given verbal expression. The presentation of the scale without items in General wrong, since the Respondent still consciously or unconsciously translates "bare" scale with names, giving a different verbal expression to its items. "How did You like the hockey game?" - we ask the Respondent, offering to rate it on a scale. The Respondent puts the proposed scale in a semantic expression, attributing to each number something or other verbal expression and content: "liked", "not very much", "average", "poor", "very bad". By itself the number has no meaningful value. It exists in the human mind only in a certain semantic clarity and finds expression in the particular context of logical reasoning.