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A new miscellany for the year 1737. Containing ...
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A new miscellany for the year 1737. Containing I. The vision of the golden rump, ... II. A dissertation upon kicking, ... IX. Fog´s journal, July 16.: See Notes, See Notes Multiple Contributors

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Stand: 06.04.2018
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Kicking the Property Ladder als eBook Download ...
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Kicking the Property Ladder:Why buying a house makes less sense than renting - and how to invest the money you save in shares, gold, stamps and more Robin Bennett

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Stand: 06.04.2018
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The Courts of Babylon: Dispatches from the Gold...
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No sport has gone through the seismic changes that rocked tennis when the game, long a holdout against professionalism and creeping commercialism, abandoned its roots as a genteel, amateurs-only enterprise and became a pro sport, vying for the heart of the public with rivals like soccer, NFL football, or NBA basketball. Peter Bodo, who has covered tennis since the dawn of this ´´Open´´ era as the chief writer for Tennis magazine, was there to witness this transition and what it promised, what it delivered. He has covered the game on every continent since the early 1970s. The Courts of Babylon is more than a collection of essays, most of them growing out of a deep familiarity and, often, relationship with subjects that include Bjorn Borg, Chris Evert, John McEnroe, Evonne Goolangong, Jimmy Connors, Tracy Austin, Ivan Lendl, and Martina Navratilova. It is also a commentary on what was lost and what was gained by the transition to professionalism, and how the new, ´´Open´´ era delivered - or failed to make good - on the promise that professionalism would make tennis a more inclusive, egalitarian, accessible game. Relying heavily on formal, in-depth interviews conducted over two decades and his status as an ´´insider´´ in an insular game, Bodo´s book is both a meditation and exposé, a polemic and a tribute to the players who dragged tennis, often kicking and screaming, to the forefront of the public´s imagination - even when those players got it all too fast and too young. Bodo delves into the darkest and most controversial areas of the game, chroniciling the follies of overzealous parents and pampered athletes. He fearlessly wades into sensitive issues stemming from sex and gender, politics and commercialism. He celebrates the game while holding it to task, all the while acknowledging the reality of the demands and distortions that come with a way of life that is both difficult but glamorous, and eagerly embraced by athletes who, in some cases, ar... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Welland Scripps. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/010493de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 22.11.2017
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Imp presents
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Alive And Kicking|DON´T YOU (FORGET ABOUT ME) / Simple Minds|Ghostdancing|LOVE SONG|new Gold Dream|Promised You Miracle|SANCTIFY YOURSELF|Waterfront

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Stand: 10.04.2018
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Munchkin 6: Demented Dungeons (engl.)
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Munchkin is about kicking down Doors, killing Monsters, and stealing their Treasure. But where are the dank walls of the subterranean labyrinth where our heroes engage in their murderous exploits?Demented Dungeons introduces a new twist on Munchkin. Now you can enter the Dungeon of Elvish Excess, where everyone is an Elf. Or take a Portal to the Dungeon of Manga Wrangling, where tentacles are even more dangerous. Or power up in the Dungeon of Unexpected Epicness - although it´s hardly unexpected,´´ given the name. Or all of them at once!Each of the 20 double-sized Dungeon cards adds a new rule that affects the entire party, and maybe the monsters too! Use the 16 Portal cards to jump from one Dungeon to the next in your search for gold and glory.´´

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Stand: 20.02.2017
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The Pma Method: 14 Days to a Stronger, Healthie...
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Faisal Abdalla, aka ´Mr PMA´, is a Nike master trainer, a master trainer at Barry´s Bootcamp and Ellie Goulding´s personal trainer. He believes that there are three golden rules to looking and feeling great: diet, fitness and, most importantly, a Positive Mental Attitude. The PMA Method is about working hard to achieve the body you want and a positive mindset in life; it is about understanding how the smallest of steps can have huge results and add up to a better you. Featuring structured exercise routines for the body and mind, delicious and healthy versions of your favourite food to fuel your fitness - wake up to a hearty breakfast of Kicking scrambled eggs, followed by a post-workout lunch of Itsa pizza pitta and finish your day with nutritious Fish & chips - this book will help you unlock your own PMA and motivate you to smash those goals.

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Stand: 17.04.2018
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The Lost Girl
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Take a mining townlet like Woodhouse, with a population of ten thousand people, and three generations behind it. This space of three generations argues a certain well-established society. The old County has fled from the sight of so much disembowelled coal, to flourish on mineral rights in regions still idyllic. Remains one great and inaccessible magnate, the local coal owner: three generations old, and clambering on the bottom step of the County, kicking off the mass below. Rule him out. A well established society in Woodhouse, full of fine shades, ranging from the dark of coal-dust to grit of stone-mason and sawdust of timber-merchant, through the lustre of lard and butter and meat, to the perfume of the chemist and the disinfectant of the doctor, on to the serene gold-tarnish of bank-managers, cashiers for the firm, clergymen and such-like, as far as the automobile refulgence of the general-manager of all the collieries. Here the ne plus ultra. The general manager lives in the shrubberied seclusion of the so-called Manor. The genuine Hall, abandoned by the County, has been taken over as offices by the firm. Here we are then: a vast substratum of colliers; a thick sprinkling of tradespeople intermingled with small employers of labour and diversified by elementary schoolmasters and nonconformist clergy; a higher layer of bank-managers, rich millers and well-to-do ironmasters, episcopal clergy and the managers of collieries, then the rich and sticky cherry of the local coal-owner glistening over all. Such the complicated social system of a small industrial town in the Midlands of England, in this year of grace 1920. But let us go back a little. Such it was in the last calm year of plenty, 1913. A calm year of plenty. But one chronic and dreary malady: that of the odd women. Why, in the name of all prosperity, should every class but the lowest in such a society hang overburdened with Dead Sea fruit of odd women, unmarried, unmarriageable women, called old maids? Why is it that every tradesman, every school-master, every bank-manager, and every clergyman produces one, two, three or more old maids? Do the middle-classes, particularly the lower middle-classes, give birth to more girls than boys? Or do the lower middle-class men assiduously climb up or down, in marriage, thus leaving their true partners stranded? Or are middle-class women very squeamish in their choice of husbands? However it be, it is a tragedy. Or perhaps it is not.

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Stand: 23.01.2018
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C.A. Quintet - Trip Thru Hell (LP)
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(2016/Sundazed) 7 tracks. C.A. Quintet´s legendäres Album aus dem Jahre 1968. Psychedelic Rock, gepresst auf goldenem Vinyl. The C.A. Quintets journey to Hades burned hot enough to melt the ice in their frigid Minnesota environs. A coveted collectable since the psychedelic record collecting disaster whirl first started over 30 years ago, Trip Thru Hell (1968) is rightly regarded as the epitome of local psych-cum-garage rising above its humble roots into something truly monolithic. Evolving from the local circuit into a hellish beast of keyboards, lysergic lyrics, trippy guitars and even subtle trumpet parts, the C.A. Quintets vision of the netherworld glowed in flaming orange, red and yellow as their instincts took over. Kicking off with the chilling psychedelicized keyboard-led instrumental title track, the album singes the psyche of the listener with an array of atmospheric beelzefuzz on Colorado Mourning, sitar-like solos intertwining with fuzz and horns on Underground Music, and the more benevolent Lucifer on Smooth As Silk, which swirls with keys and harmony vocals to underscore a brilliant melody. Mortals dare not venture to the sinister realm of the Cold Spider and especially not Sleepy Hollow Lane, a mistier place than even the Chocolate Watchband could dream of visiting. As the first label to give this distinguished work the treatment it deserved 20 years ago, Sundazed returns with this gold vinyl reissue reproducing all of the original artwork and ensuring the authentic analog sound of psychedelia.

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Stand: 09.04.2018
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The Gift (eBook, ePUB)
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The perfect daughter is dead. And a secret is eating her family alive… Jenna is given another shot at life when she receives a donor heart from a girl called Callie. Eternally grateful to Callie and her family, Jenna gets closer to them, but she soon discovers that Callie’s perfect family is hiding some very dark secrets… Callie’s parents are grieving, yet Jenna knows they’re only telling her half the story. Where is Callie’s sister Sophie? She’s been ‘abroad’ since her sister’s death but something about her absence doesn’t add up. And when Jenna meets Callie’s boyfriend Nathan, she makes a shocking discovery. Jenna knows that Callie didn’t die in an accident. But how did she die? Jenna is determined to discover the truth but it could cost her everything; her loved ones, her sanity, even her life. A compelling, gripping psychological thriller with a killer twist from the author of the Number One bestseller The Sister. What everyone is saying about The Gift: ´My God! It´s a bloody corker! An exquisite writer… Louise has completely knocked it out of the park and brought us all another amazing thriller! MY FIRST EVER GOLD STAR AWARD.´ Emma the Little Bookworm ´Hells Bells! The Gift by Louise Jensen is an absolute cracker of a read it´s tense, gripping and thrilling. I literally devoured this book in one sitting, I love it when you read a book and the opening chapter grabs you by the throat… Louise Jensen has written a belter of a book that will keep even the most hardened psychological thriller lover glued to their kindle/book.´ The Book Review Cafe ´Louise Jensen has this great gift of being able to drag you directly into the story and carry you along kicking and screaming! Drop everything and curl up in a comfy chair because as soon as you start this book you won´t want to do anything else!´ Angelnet Reviews ´I absolutely ADORE Louise Jensen´s writing... The Gift is full to the brim of twists and turns… superb!´ Damp Pebbles ´This book is a compulsive read – once you start it you’ll find it incredibly hard to put down again until you’ve finished it… I love the way that nearly every chapter ends on a mini cliff-hanger – it kept me turning the pages late into the night and eventually I decided I simply couldn’t go to bed until I knew the truth!´ Rather Too Fond of Books ‘I could not put this book down. I neglected all the house work and put off cooking dinner until I was finished… I loved every page.’ Renee Reads ‘My eyes were racing down the pages… had me guessing right up to the very end and I had tears in my eyes as I relived Charlie´s last moments… exceptional… It´s an addictive page-turner that begs time and again for just one more chapter until the whole book has been devoured and thoroughly enjoyed.’ The Book Magnet ‘Wow! What an amazing debut novel! Full of intense twists! Fantastic book to start off summer reading! Highly recommend.’ Loud…

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Stand: 17.04.2018
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Ein Schloß am Wörthersee - Sammeledition Staffe...
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Folge 22: Lennie Berger ist tot. Seine Ex-Frau Elke (Uschi Glas) wird in Paris von der Nachricht überrascht. Ihr Sohn Max (Alexander Bouymin) erbt das Schlosshotel. Auf Elkes Wunsch bestellt das Gericht zunächst deren Bruder Leo Laxender (Helmut Fischer) zum Nachlassverwalter. Leo taucht im Schlosshotel auf und sorgt dort für mehr Komplikationen als für Klarheit. Auch Lennies Ex-Freundinnen versuchen das Schlosshotel zu retten. Max setzt aber auf seinen Freund und Lebensretter André Blondeau (Pierre Brice). Doch der ist in Thailand - die Lage scheint hoffnungslos... Folge 23: Nachlassverwalter Leo versuchte sich, als Portier getarnt, mehr Informationen zu verschaffen. Doch ein Verwechslungsspiel mit dem verrückten Professor (Jochen Busse) bringt ihn ins Gefängnis. Als auch noch Leos eifersüchtige Ehefrau Gisela (Monika Dahlberg) auftaucht, scheint er endgültig verloren. Lennies Sohn Max ergreift nun selbst die Initiative und schickt die Hausburschen Josip (Otto W. Retzer) und Malec (Adi Peichl) nach Thailand um André zu suchen. Doch auf der thailändischen Badeinsel Phuket erwarten die tollpatschigen Hausburschen viele Überraschungen. Schließlich kommt Elke Berger selbst an den Wörthersee, um Leo zu unterstützen und das marode Schlosshotel zu retten... Folge 24: Auf der Suche nach André in Thailand stolpern die zwei Hausburschen über den Zugang zum goldenen Buddha-Tempel. Doch diese Entdeckung bringt die Entwicklungshelferin Mandy Kurz (Barbara Dumba), in die sich André verliebt hat, in große Gefahr. Probleme gibt es nach wie vor auch am Wörthersee. Elke Berger hat das Veldener Luxushotel ´´Park´s´´ gepachtet, um das Personal beschäftigen zu können. Leo sorgt weiter für Pannen. Elke bekommt mit dem Architekten Peter Tauschitz (Matthias Bullach) Ärger, den Lennie damals für den Umbau engagiert hat. Krista Springer (Julia Kent) wird ein zweites Mal von ihrer Vergangenheit eingeholt. Thomas Kramer (Henry van Lyck), der sich mit 20 Millionen auf die Bahamas abgesetzt hat, taucht wieder auf ... Folge 25: Elke Berger hat sich entschieden. Sie kehrt Henry Müller (Rüdiger Bahr) und seinem Pariser Architekturbüro den Rücken. Ein letzter Auftrag führt sie noch nach St. Tropez. Am Wörthersee wäre Elke aber noch mehr von Nöten. Ihr Bruder Leo hat der ´´Bank of Bermudas´´ von Thomas Kramer die Rechte am Schlosshotel abgetreten. André und Krista Springer erfahren allerdings zu spät von den Machenschaften. Leo indes genießt den Aufenthalt. Gwenda (Gudrun Velisek) erliegt seinem Charme und zieht zu ihm ins Schlosshotel - doch Leos Gattin naht. Nach einer Szene rächt sie sich mit einem heißen Flirt mit dem Bodybuilder Arnold (Roland Kickinger)... Folge 26: Das Casino Velden hat mit Frank Hoffmann (Harald Juhnke) einen neuen Veranstaltungsdirektor bekommen. Doch dieser ist für die Casino-Sekretärin Judy Forst (Petra Drexler) kein Unbekannter. Vor Jahren waren die beiden eng liiert. Judy allerdings schwärmt für den Entertainer Eddy Castelli (Harald Juhnke in einer Doppelrolle). Bevor der Sänger zu einem Gastspiel ins Casino kommen soll, holt Frank Auskünfte über seinen Nebenbuhler ein. Eddy wird engagiert und verpatzt prompt den ersten Auftritt als Sänger. Frank springt ein und doubelt seinen Doppelgänger perfekt. Das Doppelspiel führt auch Judy und Carla (Barbara Schöne), Eddys Sekretärin und Ehefrau, hinters Licht. Ein Verwirrspiel hat begonnen... Folge 27: Die Innenarchitektin Elke kommt aus Paris an den Wörthersee zurück. Sie will sich energischer um das Schlosshotel kümmern. Gegen alle Erwartungen sind die Arbeiten voll im Gang. Mit dem Architekten Peter Tauschitz kommt sie jetzt besser zurecht als vorher. Peter ist von Elke sehr angetan. Das wiederum stört Krista. Dass der Umbau des Schlosshotels weitergeht, ist Werk von Nachlassverwalter Leo, der mit Thomas einen leichtfertigen Vertrag geschlossen hat, der Thomas über 50 Prozent am Schloss zusichert. André weiht Elke zwar in die Sachlage ein, ist aber machtlos... Folge 28: Leos Unterschrift unter dem Vertrag mit Thomas Kramer hat fatale Folgen. Was die verzweifelte Elke aber nicht weiß: Leo hat mit Jux-Tinte unterschrieben und in Kürze ist die Schrift vom Vertrag verschwunden. Ein gemeinsamer Hubschrauber-Ausflug zur Aussprache in die Berge von Elke und Thomas endet im Streit. Er fliegt ab und lässt Elke allein zurück. Als sie im Tal vermisst wird, beginnen Architekt Peter Tauschitz und André mit der Suchaktion. Unterdessen erreicht Elke erschöpft eine Hütte in den Bergen, in der

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Stand: 05.04.2018
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