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grundstoff Flies - T-Shirt mit U-Ausschnitt - s...
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Weit und etwas kürzer geschnittenes T-Shirt mit U-Ausschnitt. Der Stoff besteht aus reiner Bio-Baumwolle, ist angenehm weich und leicht. Das weite Shirt lässt sich perfekt mit enger geschnittenen Tank-Tops kombinieren. Die Herstellung erfolgt unter fairen und umweltfreundlichen Bedingungen. Die verwendete Biobaumwolle ist G.O.T.S zertifiziert und erfüllt somit strenge Auflagen in Bezug auf den biologischen Anbau und die schadstoffarme Herstellung des fertigen T-Shirts. Material: 100% Biobaumwolle Farbe: dunkelgrau meliert Der Artikel wird unter dem Namen grundstoff angeboten und weist eine dezente, von außen nicht sichtbare Veredelung auf. Hergestellt wird das Kleidungsstück von Stanley & Stella, einem Mitglied der Fair Wear Foundation (FWF).

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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Mercy: An ER Thriller: ER Crimes: The Steele Fi...
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People are dropping like flies in Dr. Emma Steele's ER. Nobody knows why. A new disease? Medication errors? Poisoned oxygen? She must find out, even though her job is in peril, her daughter disappeared, and she'd rather be home, drinking wine.Is it a mercy killer? But why kill a healthy patient? Is somebody framing her nurses? Or herself?More strange things happen. A patient's death by stolen medications, her orders corrupted by lethal mistakes, her nurse killed. What happens to her daughter? That's worse than death.Dr. Steele risks her career and her life to stop the murders. She gets closer and closer to the answers. Until she gets too close.If you like Patricia Cornwell, Robin Cook, and Tess Gerritsen, you'll love Rada Jones. Mercy is a fast-paced medical thriller packed with ER action, flawed characters in ever-changing conflict, crisp dialogue, and wine. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Meghan Kelly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/175335/bk_acx0_175335_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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Apollyon: The Destroyer is Unleashed
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The world holds its breath as the Tribulation Force ventures to Jerusalem for the great Meeting of the Witnesses. Tens of thousands of the 144,000 witnesses prophesied in Scripture meet at Teddy Kollek Stadium to sit under the teaching of their pastor-teacher, Tsion Ben-Judah.Rayford Steele and Buck Williams, charter members of the Force, have gone from employees of Nicolae Carpathia to international fugitives. Rayford, finally discovering the shocking truth about Amanda, must flee before the grand conference begins. The two witnesses at the Wailing Wall proclaim warnings to the 'one who sits on the throne of the earth', and Carpathia himself makes a surprise appearance at the stadium.The Tribulation calendar moves ever closer to the halfway point, which the two witnesses call 'the due time'. Meanwhile, the fourth Trumpet Judgment strikes the solar system, crippling life on earth.The next three judgments are to be so much worse than anything that has come before that an angel flies about heaven, warning the earth of the three woes. The fifth Trumpet Judgment -- a plague of scorpionlike locusts led by Apollyon, chief demon of the abyss -- is so horrifying that men try to kill themselves but are not allowed to die.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.01.2021
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Lit House
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Al Basile is a singer-songwriter and cornetist whose blues CDs have been called 'the most literate blues releases ever.' Throughout his 40 year music career he has also written formal poetry whose music is completely contained in the words. 'A Lit House' is the collection of that other body of his work. Most people know Al Basile as a musician: a singer-songwriter and cornetist who has had a long career in blues circles and whose discography as a solo artist is extensive and internationally celebrated. His work with blues great Duke Robillard has led to his participation in two Grammy nominated projects under Duke's name, and he has been nominated twice by the Blues Music Foundation for BMAs as best horn player. As a child, however, he was fascinated by theoretical physics and balanced the beginnings of his musical training with early efforts at writing blank verse. At Brown he abandoned the physics program and spent his time writing fiction, poetry, and plays, including musicals for which he provided book and lyrics. He began his professional music career with the pioneering Rhode Island based jump blues band Roomful of Blues in the mid-Seventies. Later he taught English, Music, and Physics at the Providence Country Day School in Rumford, RI. His writing, particularly of poetry and songs, continued unabated throughout. While not organized or intended as an autobiography, this collection touches on many of the periods and most of the concerns of Al Basile's life. There are narratives of his family history, including his immigrant grandparents' childhoods in Sicily, and marriage by proxy on Ellis Island in 1920; poems that deal with the lives, marriage, and death of his parents, as well as his own conception against long odds; and character studies of relatives and others who had profound influences on him as a child. There are poems about performing and recording, baseball, mythic tales of the history of blues songs, breeding muscle-bound flies, essays on nature, and accounts of childhood lessons learned, from the value of money to the effects of crucifixion. Throughout there is a combination of the scientist's goal of clarity in understanding and expression, and the musician's ear for the colors of words and the tension of musical phrases against the rhythmic ground of meter. Often deceptively conversational, these poems reveal themselves in all their dimensions when read aloud. Quotes from contemporary poets on Al Basile's work in this book: Al Basile's poems have style, joy, and - above all - verve.  Sometimes they unfold with the lyric expansiveness of great jazz solos.  Sometimes they shine as beautifully jeweled miniatures. What a pleasure to read a book of poems with such unabashed energy. Dana Gioia Al Basile's playful ease with the pentameter line bespeaks a sensibility trained in the subtleties of musical rhythm and voice.  Turn almost anywhere in this rich collection from five decades and you'll find 'an instinct for the game, and more.' R. S. Gwynn While A Lit House harbors some nicely turned sonnets, Al Basile's characteristic form is the blank verse essay, which he manages with entertaining ease. Whether writing about music or baseball, childhood friends or the frail and aging Jorge Luis Borges, he trains a fresh and sympathetic eye on his subject. 'We love it when the ring of truth is strange,' he says, and this observation could almost serve as a motto for his poems, for they repeatedly arrest us with both their stable truths and their appealing surprises. Timothy Steele

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.01.2021
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Apollyon: The Destroyer is Unleashed
25,99 € *
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The world holds its breath as the Tribulation Force ventures to Jerusalem for the great Meeting of the Witnesses. Tens of thousands of the 144,000 witnesses prophesied in Scripture meet at Teddy Kollek Stadium to sit under the teaching of their pastor-teacher, Tsion Ben-Judah.Rayford Steele and Buck Williams, charter members of the Force, have gone from employees of Nicolae Carpathia to international fugitives. Rayford, finally discovering the shocking truth about Amanda, must flee before the grand conference begins. The two witnesses at the Wailing Wall proclaim warnings to the 'one who sits on the throne of the earth', and Carpathia himself makes a surprise appearance at the stadium.The Tribulation calendar moves ever closer to the halfway point, which the two witnesses call 'the due time'. Meanwhile, the fourth Trumpet Judgment strikes the solar system, crippling life on earth.The next three judgments are to be so much worse than anything that has come before that an angel flies about heaven, warning the earth of the three woes. The fifth Trumpet Judgment -- a plague of scorpionlike locusts led by Apollyon, chief demon of the abyss -- is so horrifying that men try to kill themselves but are not allowed to die.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.01.2021
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Lit House
18,49 € *
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Al Basile is a singer-songwriter and cornetist whose blues CDs have been called 'the most literate blues releases ever.' Throughout his 40 year music career he has also written formal poetry whose music is completely contained in the words. 'A Lit House' is the collection of that other body of his work. Most people know Al Basile as a musician: a singer-songwriter and cornetist who has had a long career in blues circles and whose discography as a solo artist is extensive and internationally celebrated. His work with blues great Duke Robillard has led to his participation in two Grammy nominated projects under Duke's name, and he has been nominated twice by the Blues Music Foundation for BMAs as best horn player. As a child, however, he was fascinated by theoretical physics and balanced the beginnings of his musical training with early efforts at writing blank verse. At Brown he abandoned the physics program and spent his time writing fiction, poetry, and plays, including musicals for which he provided book and lyrics. He began his professional music career with the pioneering Rhode Island based jump blues band Roomful of Blues in the mid-Seventies. Later he taught English, Music, and Physics at the Providence Country Day School in Rumford, RI. His writing, particularly of poetry and songs, continued unabated throughout. While not organized or intended as an autobiography, this collection touches on many of the periods and most of the concerns of Al Basile's life. There are narratives of his family history, including his immigrant grandparents' childhoods in Sicily, and marriage by proxy on Ellis Island in 1920; poems that deal with the lives, marriage, and death of his parents, as well as his own conception against long odds; and character studies of relatives and others who had profound influences on him as a child. There are poems about performing and recording, baseball, mythic tales of the history of blues songs, breeding muscle-bound flies, essays on nature, and accounts of childhood lessons learned, from the value of money to the effects of crucifixion. Throughout there is a combination of the scientist's goal of clarity in understanding and expression, and the musician's ear for the colors of words and the tension of musical phrases against the rhythmic ground of meter. Often deceptively conversational, these poems reveal themselves in all their dimensions when read aloud. Quotes from contemporary poets on Al Basile's work in this book: Al Basile's poems have style, joy, and - above all - verve.  Sometimes they unfold with the lyric expansiveness of great jazz solos.  Sometimes they shine as beautifully jeweled miniatures. What a pleasure to read a book of poems with such unabashed energy. Dana Gioia Al Basile's playful ease with the pentameter line bespeaks a sensibility trained in the subtleties of musical rhythm and voice.  Turn almost anywhere in this rich collection from five decades and you'll find 'an instinct for the game, and more.' R. S. Gwynn While A Lit House harbors some nicely turned sonnets, Al Basile's characteristic form is the blank verse essay, which he manages with entertaining ease. Whether writing about music or baseball, childhood friends or the frail and aging Jorge Luis Borges, he trains a fresh and sympathetic eye on his subject. 'We love it when the ring of truth is strange,' he says, and this observation could almost serve as a motto for his poems, for they repeatedly arrest us with both their stable truths and their appealing surprises. Timothy Steele

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.01.2021
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