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- elastisches Stirnband mit Schleifenapplikation - Body mit Amerikanischem Ausschnitt und Druckknopfleiste im Schrittbereich für ein leichtes An- und Ausziehen - elastischer Hosenbund, weiter Schrittbereich und ausgestellter Schnitt Mit diesem Disney Minnie Mouse Baby Set Body + Latz + Mütze + Shorts für Mädchen ist das Baby rundum ausgestattet. Das reine Baumwollmaterial verleiht ein angenehmes Tragegefühl. - Lätzchen mit Druckknopfverschluss Obermaterial: 100% Baumwolle ---Pflegehinweise--- - Normalwaschgang 30 °C - Nicht bleichen - Nicht heiß bügeln (110 °C), Vorsicht beim Bügeln mit Dampf - Nicht trockenreinigen - Nicht im Wäschetrockner trocknen Materialzusammensetzung: Obermaterial: 100% Baumwolle Pflegehinweise: Pflegekennzeichnung - Bleichen: Nicht bleichen Pflegekennzeichnung - Bügeln: Nicht heiß bügeln , Vorsicht beim Bügeln mit Dampf Pflegekennzeichnung - Professionelle Textilpflege: Nicht trockenreinigen Pflegekennzeichnung - Trocknen: Nicht im Wäschetrockner trocknen Pflegekennzeichnung - Waschen: Normalwaschgang 30 °C

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name it Girls Body Minnie 2er-Pack peachy keen
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Aus der aktuellen name it Kollektion! Schöne Bodies im Doppelpack mit niedlichem Disney Minnie Mouse Print und amerikanischem Kragen. Mit besonders viel Platz für die Windel und ohne kratzige Hals-Etiketten. Produktdetails: Material: 100% Baumwolle Waschbar bis 40 °C

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name it Girls Body Minnie 2er-Pack peachy keen
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Aus der aktuellen name it Kollektion! Schöne Bodies im Doppelpack mit niedlichem Disney Minnie Mouse Print und amerikanischem Kragen. Mit besonders viel Platz für die Windel und ohne kratzige Hals-Etiketten. Produktdetails: Material: 100% Baumwolle Waschbar bis 40 °C

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name it Girls Body 2er-Pack Minnie peachy keen
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Aus der aktuellen name it Kollektion! Schöne Bodies im Doppelpack mit kurzen Ärmeln und praktischen Druckknöpfen im Schrittbereich für ein leichtes An-und Ausziehen. Mit amerikanischem Ausschnitt und süßem Disney-Minnie-Maus-Print. Produktdetails: Material: 100% Baumwolle Waschbar bis 40 °C

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name it Girls Body 2er-Pack Minnie peachy keen
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Aus der aktuellen name it Kollektion! Schöne Bodies im Doppelpack mit kurzen Ärmeln und praktischen Druckknöpfen im Schrittbereich für ein leichtes An-und Ausziehen. Mit amerikanischem Ausschnitt und süßem Disney-Minnie-Maus-Print. Produktdetails: Material: 100% Baumwolle Waschbar bis 40 °C

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Technocreep: The Surrender of Privacy and the C...
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Technology is rapidly moving into our bodies, writes cyber expert Keenan, and this book gives a chilling look ahead into where that road may lead us on a "one-way trip to the total surrender of privacy and the commoditization of intimacy". Here is the definitive dissection of privacy-eroding and life-invading technologies, coming at you from governments, corporations, and the person next door.Take, for example, "Girls Around Me": a Russian-made iPhone app that allowed anyone to scan the immediate vicinity for girls and women who checked in on Foursquare and had poorly secured Facebook profiles. It combined this information in a way never intended by the original poster. Going to a Disney theme park? Your creepy new "MagicBand" will alert Minnie Mouse that you’re on the way and she’ll know your kid’s name when you approach her. Thinking about sending your DNA off to Ancestry.com for some "genetic genealogy"? Perhaps you should think again: your genetic information could be used against you. With security scares like the Heartbleed bug (which compromised even supposedly safe internet behemoths like Google and Yahoo!) becoming more commonplace, this book is a must-listen for anybody who values their privacy in a wired world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Thomas P. Keenan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/019953/bk_adbl_019953_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Random Acts
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Random Acts begins with the invasion of Luxembourg the summer of 1914, during the first required visit Susanna Strashoffer Von Heldorf made from the United States to visit her elderly grandfather in Luxembourg. When the Germans moved into the country in August, she and her grandfather lost themselves in the chaos and headed for a remote cabin in the mountains of Northern Italy. Though she missed her adoptive parents and their sons, she and her grandfather and her small dog, Minnie, got along well and were self-sufficient. Susanna, a gifted musician, dreamed of her music and composed many works without the aide of her beloved piano. Her grandfather, hunted for food every day and then in March of that first year, he died of a heart attack, leaving Susanna alone in a strange place to fend for herself. This is the first-hand account of her experiences as she fought for survival during the four-and-a-half years the war lasted. She describes the freezing winter she spent with her grandfather in a cabin high in the Alps and about burying him in a cave after his death in the early spring of 1915. She also tells us about the time she was 'rescued' by Italian soldiers and of the next winter nearly starving to death while living alone in a cave at the foothills of the mountains. She recounts the nightmare of being tried for treason after helping an injured enemy soldier and of subsequently being beaten nearly to death by the Italian authorities. Along with the bad, she remembers the good times when she entertained the Italian troops with her music and was thought to be an angel by many soldiers because she mended their bodies in the field hospitals with such expertise, yet appeared to be a child. The city of Verona buzzed with stories of her supernatural powers after she performed a cesarean section on a dead woman and saved the baby's life. The widows and mothers left behind when their husbands went off to war loved her for keeping them fed and for teaching them how to survive when there was little food to keep their families from starving. Towards the end of the war, Susanna decided that she could never return to the home of her adoptive parents, the wealthy VonHelldorf's of Bayland, Ohio. Too much had happened and she wasn't the same spoiled little rich girl who had gone to Luxembourg four years before. She believed that until the day one of the Von Helldorf sons arrived in the field hospital where she was staying, his leg amputated. That day her decision was challenged. She began to renew old ties and eventually went to live with her adopted mother's family in France and then after the war, finally returned to the United States as the very young bride of Joseph Von Helldorf, one of the other sons. Her adoptive father, Rolph, was unhappy to learn that she had married his oldest son out of the Church's sanctions and protested loudly when he heard the news, but after an unhappy confrontation, love and understanding won out and there was a compromise.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Minnie Fisher Cunningham
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The principal orchestrator of the passage of women's suffrage in Texas, a founder and national officer of the League of Women Voters, the first woman to run for a U.S. Senate seat from Texas, and a candidate for that state's governor, Minnie Fisher Cunningham was one of the first American women to pursue a career in party politics. Cunningham's professional life spanned a half century, thus illuminating our understanding of women in public life between the Progressive Era and the 1960s feminist movement. Cunningham entered politics through the suffrage movement and women's voluntary association work for health and sanitation in Galveston, Texas. She quickly became one of the most effective state suffrage leaders, helping to pass the bill in a region where opposition to women voters was strongest. In Washington, Cunningham was one of the core group of suffragists who lobbied the Nineteenth Amendment through Congress and then traveled the country campaigning for ratification. After women gained the right to vote across the nation, she helped found the nonpartisan National League of Women Voters and organized training schools to teach women the skills of grassroots organizing, creating publicity campaigns, and lobbying and monitoring legislative bodies. Through the League, she became acquainted with Eleanor Roosevelt, who credited one of her speeches with stimulating her own political activity. Cunningham then turned to the Democratic Party, serving as an officer of the Woman's National Democratic Club and the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee. In 1928 Cunningham became a candidate herself, making an unsuccessful bid for the U.S. Senate. An advocate of New Deal reforms, Cunningham was part of the movement in the 1930s to transform the Democratic Party into the women's party, and in 1944 she ran for governor on a pro-New Deal platform. Cunningham's upbringing in rural Texas made her particularly aware of the political needs of farmers, women, union labor, and minorities, and she fought gender, class, and racial discrimination within a conservative power structure. In the postwar years, she was called the 'very heart and soul of Texas liberalism' as she helped build an electoral coalition of women, minorities, and male reformers that could sustain liberal politics in the state and bring to office candidates including Ralph Yarborough and Bob Eckhardt. A leader and role model for the post-suffrage generation, Cunningham was not satisfied with simply achieving the vote, but agitated throughout her career to use it to better the lives of others. Her legacy has been carried on by the many women to whom she taught successful grassroots strategies for political organizing. Minne Fisher Cunningham was the winner of the Liz Carpenter Award of the Texas State Historical Association, and of the T. R. Fehrenbach Book Award of the Texas Historical Commission.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Minnie Fisher Cunningham
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The principal orchestrator of the passage of women's suffrage in Texas, a founder and national officer of the League of Women Voters, the first woman to run for a U.S. Senate seat from Texas, and a candidate for that state's governor, Minnie Fisher Cunningham was one of the first American women to pursue a career in party politics. Cunningham's professional life spanned a half century, thus illuminating our understanding of women in public life between the Progressive Era and the 1960s feminist movement. Cunningham entered politics through the suffrage movement and women's voluntary association work for health and sanitation in Galveston, Texas. She quickly became one of the most effective state suffrage leaders, helping to pass the bill in a region where opposition to women voters was strongest. In Washington, Cunningham was one of the core group of suffragists who lobbied the Nineteenth Amendment through Congress and then traveled the country campaigning for ratification. After women gained the right to vote across the nation, she helped found the nonpartisan National League of Women Voters and organized training schools to teach women the skills of grassroots organizing, creating publicity campaigns, and lobbying and monitoring legislative bodies. Through the League, she became acquainted with Eleanor Roosevelt, who credited one of her speeches with stimulating her own political activity. Cunningham then turned to the Democratic Party, serving as an officer of the Woman's National Democratic Club and the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee. In 1928 Cunningham became a candidate herself, making an unsuccessful bid for the U.S. Senate. An advocate of New Deal reforms, Cunningham was part of the movement in the 1930s to transform the Democratic Party into the women's party, and in 1944 she ran for governor on a pro-New Deal platform. Cunningham's upbringing in rural Texas made her particularly aware of the political needs of farmers, women, union labor, and minorities, and she fought gender, class, and racial discrimination within a conservative power structure. In the postwar years, she was called the 'very heart and soul of Texas liberalism' as she helped build an electoral coalition of women, minorities, and male reformers that could sustain liberal politics in the state and bring to office candidates including Ralph Yarborough and Bob Eckhardt. A leader and role model for the post-suffrage generation, Cunningham was not satisfied with simply achieving the vote, but agitated throughout her career to use it to better the lives of others. Her legacy has been carried on by the many women to whom she taught successful grassroots strategies for political organizing. Minne Fisher Cunningham was the winner of the Liz Carpenter Award of the Texas State Historical Association, and of the T. R. Fehrenbach Book Award of the Texas Historical Commission.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Random Acts
19,99 € *
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Random Acts begins with the invasion of Luxembourg the summer of 1914, during the first required visit Susanna Strashoffer Von Heldorf made from the United States to visit her elderly grandfather in Luxembourg. When the Germans moved into the country in August, she and her grandfather lost themselves in the chaos and headed for a remote cabin in the mountains of Northern Italy. Though she missed her adoptive parents and their sons, she and her grandfather and her small dog, Minnie, got along well and were self-sufficient. Susanna, a gifted musician, dreamed of her music and composed many works without the aide of her beloved piano. Her grandfather, hunted for food every day and then in March of that first year, he died of a heart attack, leaving Susanna alone in a strange place to fend for herself. This is the first-hand account of her experiences as she fought for survival during the four-and-a-half years the war lasted. She describes the freezing winter she spent with her grandfather in a cabin high in the Alps and about burying him in a cave after his death in the early spring of 1915. She also tells us about the time she was 'rescued' by Italian soldiers and of the next winter nearly starving to death while living alone in a cave at the foothills of the mountains. She recounts the nightmare of being tried for treason after helping an injured enemy soldier and of subsequently being beaten nearly to death by the Italian authorities. Along with the bad, she remembers the good times when she entertained the Italian troops with her music and was thought to be an angel by many soldiers because she mended their bodies in the field hospitals with such expertise, yet appeared to be a child. The city of Verona buzzed with stories of her supernatural powers after she performed a cesarean section on a dead woman and saved the baby's life. The widows and mothers left behind when their husbands went off to war loved her for keeping them fed and for teaching them how to survive when there was little food to keep their families from starving. Towards the end of the war, Susanna decided that she could never return to the home of her adoptive parents, the wealthy VonHelldorf's of Bayland, Ohio. Too much had happened and she wasn't the same spoiled little rich girl who had gone to Luxembourg four years before. She believed that until the day one of the Von Helldorf sons arrived in the field hospital where she was staying, his leg amputated. That day her decision was challenged. She began to renew old ties and eventually went to live with her adopted mother's family in France and then after the war, finally returned to the United States as the very young bride of Joseph Von Helldorf, one of the other sons. Her adoptive father, Rolph, was unhappy to learn that she had married his oldest son out of the Church's sanctions and protested loudly when he heard the news, but after an unhappy confrontation, love and understanding won out and there was a compromise.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 28.02.2020
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