Vignette


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Vignette

A symbol or pictorial representation of the corporation on a stock certificate. Usually a complicated and artistic design, it is meant to make the counterfeiting of stock certificates as difficult as possible.

Vignette

A picture or symbol on a stock certificate or unit of cash that is difficult to copy, making counterfeiting less likely. For example, the dollar bill has a picture of George Washington on the front and a number of other symbols. These are all vignettes.
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Kate Bialo, founder and Executive Director of Furniture Sharehouse, says the partnership with Ethan Allen began with designing a vignette for the 2014 'Welcome Home' Gala.
Pairwise LSD comparisons also revealed that, for the vignette of high severity, the positive emotion was associated with an increase in the severity of judgments, as compared to the control group, p = .011, d = 0.75.
Vignette Development: Interviews with Ethnic Differences Study Staff
Vignette has been to a variety of stallions but when she produced Lucarno, it made sense to go back to Dynaformer and Thought Worthy is the result.
Short-term vignettes must be available (weekly and monthly), as well as yearly ones.
DESIGNING AND VALIDATING THE VIGNETTE FOR AN SBRP EXPERIMENT
First, findings indicated that the both groups placed the Nonprocrastinator vignette in first position but, contrary to our expectations, differed with the behavioral self-handicap Reveler drinker.
La periode d'acquittement des vignettes est fixee, habituellement, du 1er au 31 mars.
A brief vignette was developed that described the case of a patient with schizophrenia.
The equivalence of vignette assumes that all respondents perceive the level of the variable represented in any vignette in the same way, on the same one-dimensional scale, independent of the random error.
La hausse imprevue de la vignette correspond en grande partie aux multiples augmentations qui marquent le nouveau projet de loi de finances et annonce l'augmentation de la pression fiscale sur plusieurs niveaux.
Immediately after each vignette presentation, participants were queried on their comprehension of the vignettes and asked to rate their degree of distress on a Likert scale responding to the question, "How do you feel at the end of the story?" On the scale, "1" anchored to "no distress" and "5" anchored to "very distressed." In order to assure understanding as well as attention to the vignettes, participants were also asked to describe each vignette's content in their own words and their responses recorded for the presence of understanding of the essence of each vignette.