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Professor Zamorra - Folge 1105
Author: Christian Schwarz
ISBN: 3732537250
Pages: 64
Year: 2016-10-04
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In Meersbrug am Bodensee verschwinden junge Frauen. Aber was auf den ersten Blick eher wie ein Krimi aussieht, entpuppt sich für den Professor und seine Gefährtin Nicole schon bald als Ausflug in ein selbst ihnen noch neues Reich. Was haben Elfen damit zu tun? Welche Rolle spielt das alte Grimoire, das an der Yale-Universität plötzlich verschwindet? Und wer steckt hinter dem Hexenzirkel, der am Bodensee sein Unwesen treibt ...?
Metrical Visions
Author: George Cavendish
Publisher: Renaissance English Text Society
Pages: 251
Year: 1980
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Der Heilige Antonius Von Padua
Author: Wilhelm Busch
Publisher: Tredition Classics
ISBN: 3849101363
Pages: 96
Year: 2012-06
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Dieses Werk ist Teil der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS. Der Verlag tredition aus Hamburg veroffentlicht in der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS Werke aus mehr als zwei Jahrtausenden. Diese waren zu einem Grossteil vergriffen oder nur noch antiquarisch erhaltlich. Mit der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS verfolgt tredition das Ziel, tausende Klassiker der Weltliteratur verschiedener Sprachen wieder als gedruckte Bucher zu verlegen - und das weltweit! Die Buchreihe dient zur Bewahrung der Literatur und Forderung der Kultur. Sie tragt so dazu bei, dass viele tausend Werke nicht in Vergessenheit geraten
Author: Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Pages: 300
Year: 1996
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Through Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff's translations and commentaries of the yurupari fertility mythologem and ritual complex, Tukano oral art is revealed as an important expression of tribal philosophical and religious thought. The four Tukano "texts" in this volume contain coded cultural history and lead us into the meaning of oral traditions.
The Wild Ass's Skin
Author: Honoré de Balzac
Pages: 288
Year: 1906
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Author: Cornelius Tacitus, Arthur Murphy
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 1363248197
Pages: 576
Year: 2016-08-26
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Sports Science Handbook
Author: Simon P. R. Jenkins
Year: 2005
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The essential guide to kinesiology, sport and exercise science
Night Siege
Author: Joseph Allen Hynek, Philip J. Imbrogno, Bob Pratt
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 156718362X
Pages: 263
Year: 1998
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Examines reports of sightings of a boomerang-shaped UFO in the Hudson Valley region of New York and nearby western Connecticut
Medical Empiricism and Philosophy of Human Nature in the 17th and 18th Century
Author: Claire Crignon, Carsten Zelle, Nunzio Allocca
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004268138
Pages: 174
Year: 2014-02-20
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Empiricism has many different faces. As the contributions to this volume demonstrate, in the 17th and 18th century demonstrate medical and philosophical empiricism is less about an "essence" and more a series of specifically modern "acts" or "gestures.".
Race and British Colonialism in Southeast Asia, 1770-1870
Author: Gareth Knapman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315452154
Pages: 288
Year: 2016-10-14
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The idea of "race" played an increasing role in nineteenth-century British colonial thought. For most of the nineteenth century, John Crawfurd towered over British colonial policy in South-East Asia, being not only a colonial administrator, journalist and professional lobbyist, but also one of the key racial theorists in the British Empire. He approached colonialism as a radical liberal, proposing universal voting for all races in British colonies and believing all races should have equal legal rights. Yet at the same time, he also believed that races represented distinct species of people, who were unrelated. This book charts the development of Crawfurd’s ideas, from the brief but dramatic period of British rule in Java, to his political campaigns against James Brooke and British rule in Borneo. Central to Crawfurd’s political battles were the debates he had with his contemporaries, such as Stamford Raffles and William Marsden, over the importance of race and his broader challenge to universal ideas of history, which questioned the racial unity of humanity. The book taps into little explored manuscripts, newspapers and writings to uncover the complexity of a leading nineteenth-century political and racial thinker whose actions and ideas provide a new view of British liberal, colonial and racial thought.
Geld, Bankkredit und Konjunkturzyklen
Author: Jesús Huerta de Soto
Publisher: Lucius & Lucius DE
ISBN: 3828205321
Pages: 624
Year: 2011-01
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Drive and Curiosity
Author: Istvan Hargittai
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1616144696
Pages: 338
Year: 2010-04-13
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What motivates those few scientists who rise above their peers to achieve breakthrough discoveries? This book examines the careers of fifteen eminent scientists who achieved some of the most notable discoveries of the past century, providing an insider’s perspective on the history of twentieth century science based on these engaging personality profiles. They include: • Dan Shechtman, the 2011 Nobel laureate and discoverer of quasicrystals; • James D. Watson, the Nobel laureate and codiscoverer of the double helix structure of DNA; • Linus Pauling, the Nobel laureate remembered most for his work on the structure of proteins; • Edward Teller, a giant of the 20th century who accomplished breakthroughs in understanding of nuclear fusion; • George Gamow, a pioneering scientist who devised the initially ridiculed and now accepted Big Bang. In each case, the author has uncovered a singular personality characteristic, motivational factor, or circumstance that, in addition to their extraordinary drive and curiosity, led these scientists to make outstanding contributions. For example, Gertrude B. Elion, who discovered drugs that saved millions of lives, was motivated to find new medications after the deaths of her grandfather and later her fiancé. F. Sherwood Rowland, who stumbled upon the environmental harm caused by chlorofluorocarbons, eventually felt a moral imperative to become an environmental activist. Rosalyn Yalow, the codiscoverer of the radioimmunoassay always felt she had to prove herself in the face of prejudice against her as a woman. These and many more fascinating revelations make this a must-read for everyone who wants to know what traits and circumstances contribute to a person’s becoming the scientist who makes the big breakthrough. From the Hardcover edition.
Almost Worthy
Author: Brent Ruswick
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253006341
Pages: 267
Year: 2013
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In the 1880s, social reform leaders warned that the "unworthy" poor were taking charitable relief intended for the truly deserving. Armed with statistics and confused notions of evolution, these "scientific charity" reformers founded organizations intent on limiting access to relief by the most morally, biologically, and economically unfit. Brent Ruswick examines a prominent national organization for scientific social reform and poor relief in Indianapolis in order to understand how these new theories of poverty gave birth to new programs to assist the poor.
Author: Raymond Queneau
ISBN: 097951374X
Pages: 143
Year: 2008
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"In the United States, Raymond Queneau (1903-1976) is known mainly for his novel Zazie dans le metro, which was made into a film by Louis Malle, for Exercises in Style, and for being the founder and one of the most important members of the literary movement known as Oulipo. In France and much of Europe Queneau is known for his prolific and wide ranging writings. During his lifetime some 18 novels, 10 volumes of poetry, 7 volumes of essays, and countless published writings, commentaries, and reviews kept him in public view (and continue to do so today as much of his writing is still in print in France). His reputation as a writer continues to grow with new biographies, critical writings, and anthologies appearing every year. An explorer of linguistics as well as a mathematician, he often combined his love of both subjects such that the essence of his writings resides not in its "content" but in the sounds and the form of the text. He often argued that the real subject of his work is language itself. Because of this many of his novels, and especially his poems, are virtually impossible to translate into English as they are based on spoken versus literary French, puns, street slang, and complex variations of word play and spelling. Les Ziaux (Eyeseas) presents a survey of his poems as written from his early Surrealist days of the 1920's through to 1943 and is representative of Queneau's range of poetic voices."--BOOK JACKET.
The Red Legend
Author: Luan Catori
Publisher: SBPRA
ISBN: 1628572213
Pages: 198
Year: 2014-12-12
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A warrior from another world arrives in a place where he is mistaken as one of their gods. Until one day, when the gods returned. The story is situated long ago in a universe that is not our own, where the survival of the future lies in the fate of a barbarian marked by death.