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Paare ohne Trauschein
Author: Finn Zwißler
Publisher: Walhalla Fachverlag
ISBN: 3802934334
Pages: 104
Year: 2009-08-27
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Ansprüche wahren, Rechte durchsetzen Warum ein Partnerschaftsvertrag gut ist Welche Bereiche im Partnerschaftsvertrag unbedingt geregelt sein sollten Welche Ansprüche in Bank- und Versicherungsangelegenheiten bestehen Praktische Hilfen: Aktuelle Rechtsprechung, Formulierungsvorschläge für Vollmachten und Vereinbarungen, Muster-Partnerschaftsvertrag
Naga Path
Author: Ursula Graham Bower
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Pages: 238
Year: 2001
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Dr. Robert Anthony's Magic Power of Super Persuasion
Author: Robert Anthony
Publisher: Berkley
ISBN: 042510981X
Pages: 152
Year: 1988
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Offers no-nonsense methods of persuasion, telling how to communicate effectively, strengthen self-confidence, and motivate others
The Counterfeit Mistress
Author: Madeline Hunter
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101625678
Pages: 336
Year: 2013-09-24
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THE BEAUTY. THE SPY. AND THE BEHOLDER. From the beloved New York Times bestselling Madeline Hunter comes this riveting historical romance, in which a darkly handsome nobleman is determined to unmask a delicate and mysterious young beauty... A refugee from the war in France, Marielle Lyon has established herself at the fringes of London society. Claiming to be the niece of an executed aristocrat, Marielle welcomes the gossip that she is a spy. The more eyes she has watching her, the better protected she is—and the better chance she has of saving her father’s life. A warrior at heart, Alban Norwood, Viscount Kendale, would still be in uniform if not for his older brother’s untimely death. After all he’s seen, Kendale doesn’t trust the French—or their femmes fatales. He has set up a surveillance network to ferret out undercover agents, and he believes he’s found one in the delicate, mysterious Marielle. Ready to pounce on his tempting prey, Kendale arranges a meeting with Marielle, who is more beautiful and more cunning than he anticipated. But the Viscount is ready to do whatever it takes to unmask her—even if it means playing a game of seduction…
A House in Istria
Author: Richard Swartz
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811216977
Pages: 215
Year: 2007
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Translated from the Swedish by Anna Paterson, this wildly comic novel revolves around a Western European man and his fixation on buying the abandoned house next door.
Augsburg During the Reformation Era
Author: B. Ann Tlusty
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1603849203
Pages: 352
Year: 2012-09-15
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Sixteenth-century Augsburg comes to life in this beautifully chosen and elegantly translated selection of original documents. Ranging across the whole panoply of social activity from the legislative reformation to work, recreation, and family life, these extracts make plain the subtle system of checks and balances, violence, and self-regulation that brought order and vibrancy to a sophisticated city community. Most of all we hear sixteenth-century people speak: in their petitions and complaints, their nervous responses under interrogation, their rage and laughter. Tlusty has done an invaluable service in crafting a collection that should be an indispensable part of the teaching syllabus. --Andrew Pettegree, University of St. Andrews
Marx's Discourse with Hegel
Author: N. Levine
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230360424
Pages: 360
Year: 2012-02-21
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The end of Stalinist Russia, China's change under Deng Xiaoping and the publication of previously unexplored documents of Marx in the MEGA2 opened a new epoch in the analysis of Marx. Marx's Discourse With Hegel is both a product and contribution to this rebirth of Marxism by its reformulation of the relationship between Hegel and Marx
Goethe and the Ginkgo
Author: Siegfried Unseld
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226841952
Pages: 72
Year: 2010-04-15
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In 1815, Goethe gave symbolic expression to his intense relationship with Marianne Willemer, a recently married woman thirty-five years his junior. He gave her a leaf from the ginkgo tree, explaining that, like its deeply cleft yet still whole leaf, he was "single yet twofold." Although it is not known if their relationship was ever consummated, they did exchange love poetry, and Goethe published several of Marianne's poems in his West-East Divan without crediting her authorship. In this beautiful little book, renowned Goethe scholar Siegfried Unseld considers what this episode means to our estimation of a writer many consider nearly godlike in stature. Unseld begins by exploring the botanical and medical lore of the ginkgo, including the use of its nut as an aphrodisiac and anti-aging serum. He then delves into Goethe's writings for the light they shed on his relationship with Marianne. Unseld reveals Goethe as a great yet human being, subject, as any other man, to the vagaries of passion.
Amaury's Hellion (Scanguards Vampires #2)
Author: Tina Folsom
Publisher: Tina Folsom
ISBN: 0983612919
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Year: 2010
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Vampire Amaury LeSang is cursed to feel everybody's emotions like a permanent migraine. The only way to alleviate the pain is through sex. When he meets the feisty human woman Nina, a cure for his ailment seems within reach: in her presence all pain vanishes. Unfortunately, Nina is out to kill him because she believes he's involved in her brother's death. And she would succeed if only Amaury's bad boy charm didn't play havoc with her hormones and catapulted her into his arms and his bed every time she was near him. As every kiss brings them physically closer, danger is lurking and threatens to destroy the little trust they have in each other. Scanguards Vampires Series: Book 1: Samson's Lovely Mortal Book 2: Amaury's Hellion Book 3: Gabriel's Mate Book 4: Yvette's Haven Book 5: Zane's Redemption Out of Olympus Series: Book 1: A Touch of Greek Book 2: A Scent of Greek Venice Vampyr Series: Book 1: Venice Vampyr Book 2: Venice Vampyr – Final Affair Book 3: Venice Vampyr – Sinful Treasure Bundle (Novellas 1 to 3): Venice Vampyr – The Beginning Other Books: Lawful Escort
Albert of Adelaide
Author: Howard Anderson
Publisher: Twelve
ISBN: 1455509604
Pages: 240
Year: 2012-07-10
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At once an old-fashioned-buddy-novel-shoot-'em-up and a work of deliciously imagined fantasy, Howard L. Anderson's dazzling debut presents the haunting story of a world where something has gone horribly awry . . . Having escaped from Australia's Adelaide Zoo, an orphaned platypus named Albert embarks on a journey through the outback in search of "Old Australia," a rumored land of liberty, promise, and peace. What he will find there, however, away from the safe confinement of his enclosure for the first time since his earliest memories, proves to be a good deal more than he anticipated. Alone in the outback, with an empty soft drink bottle as his sole possession, Albert stumbles upon pyromaniacal wombat Jack, and together they spend a night drinking and gambling in Ponsby Station, a rough-and-tumble mining town. Accused of burning down the local mercantile, the duo flees into menacing dingo territory and quickly go their separate ways-Albert to pursue his destiny in the wastelands, Jack to reconcile his past. Encountering a motley assortment of characters along the way-a pair of invariably drunk bandicoots, a militia of kangaroos, hordes of the mercurial dingoes, and a former prize-fighting Tasmanian devil-our unlikely hero will discover a strength and skill for survival he never suspected he possessed. Told with equal parts wit and compassion, ALBERT OF ADELAIDE shows how it is often the unexpected route, and the most improbable companions, that lead us on the path to who we really are. Who you journey with, after all, is far more important than wherever it is you are going.
Dreaming of the Bones
Author: Deborah Crombie
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451617658
Pages: 352
Year: 2010-08-24
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It is the call Scotland Yard Superintendent Duncan Kincaid never expected -- and one he certainly doesn't want. Victoria, his ex-wife, who walked out without an explanation more than a decade ago, asks him to look into the suicide of local poet, Lydia Brooke -- a case that's been officially closed for five years. The troubled young writer's death, Victoria claims, might well have been murder. No one is more surprised than Kincaid himself when he agrees to investigate -- not even his partner and lover, Sergeant Gemma James. But it's a second death that raises the stakes and plunges Kincaid and James into a labyrinth of dark lies and lethal secrets that stretches all the way back through the twentieth century -- a death that most assuredly is murder, one that has altered Duncan Kincaid's world forever.
Witch
Author: Nancy Holder, Debbie Viguié
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743426967
Pages: 361
Year: 2002
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After losing her parents in a rafting accident, Holly Cather is sent to live with her aunt and twin cousins in Seattle, where she discovers a family legacy of magic, possession, and reincarnation, and a generations-old feud.
The Last Country
Author: Svenja Leiber
Publisher: German List
ISBN: 0857424319
Pages: 208
Year: 2017-05-15
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Winner of the 2015 Arno Reinfrank Literaturpreis "Ruven Preuk stands apart from the village, on an August day in 1911, and listens." Thus begins an epic bildungsroman about the life of Ruven Preuk, son of the wainwright, child of a sleepy village in Germany's north, where life is both simple and harsh. Ruven, though, is neither. He has the ability to see sounds, leading him to discover an uncanny gift for the violin. When he meets a talented teacher in the city's Jewish quarter, Ruven falls under the spell of a prodigious future. But as the twentieth century looms, Ruven's pursuit of his craft takes a turn. In The Last Country, Svenja Leiber spins a tale that moves from the mansions of a disappearing aristocracy to a communist rebellion, from a joyous village wedding to a Nazi official's threats, from the First World War to the Second. As the world Ruven knows disappears, the gifted musician must grapple with an important question: to what end has he devoted himself to his art?
Borders, Mobilities and Migrations
Author: Lisa Anteby-Yemini
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 2875741233
Pages: 310
Year: 2014
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This book explores changes in the social, economic and political processes underpinning the mechanisms for the management of human mobility and cohabitation in the Mediterranean region, while suggesting comparisons with the situation in the Americas.<BR> It considers the public policies that introduce such mechanisms at state, region or city level, and also explores the way that populations adapt to, breach or find ways of working around these systems.<BR> The volume also attempts to evaluate the extent to which the reactions of the populations concerned can influence such systems. Relying on a historical perspective and covering a broad period of time from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century, this book questions the increasing influence of processes born out of globalization upon present readjustments of mobility and territorial configurations.
Jewish Studies in the 21st Century
Author: Marcela Zoufala
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz
ISBN: 3447101288
Pages: 238
Year: 2014-06-01
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This volume consists of studies that originated in connection with the activities of the recently established Prague Centre for Jewish Studies at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague. The Centre's main focus is on the specific characteristics of the Central-Eastern European region, with special regard for the cultural memory of the city of Prague. Some of these articles are based on papers presented at the Centre's First Annual Conference, held on October 18th and 19th, 2012. The various studies contained in this publication demonstrate the diversity of Jewish Studies as an academic discipline covering numerous topics important for contemporary academic debate. At the same time, they show the interrelated nature of seemingly disparate issues and the need for a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to Jewish Studies. The studies are ordered chronologically from the beginning of the Common Era (study of Tamas Visi) to the present, and their common denominator is that they share new approaches to research into Jewish Studies. The main subjects dealt with are Jewish Middle Ages in Contemporary Discourse (Daniel Bousek, Pavel Sladek), Jews in the Bohemian Lands (Jan Zupanic, Louise Hecht, Hillel J. Kieval), Jews and Judaism in Literature (Jiri Holy, Milan Tvrdik, Milan Lycka, Stepan Balik), Jews and the Totalitarian Regimes in the 20th Century (Zbynek Tarant, Jan Dvorak/Adam Hradilek) and Antisemitism and Jewish Identity in the 21st Century (Marcela Zoufala).