Even Milano - Collier mit 13 Perlen und Schmuck-Karabiner 110517-2R60-157 Maße: Kette ca. 65 cm Motiv/Besatz: 13 synthetische Perlen und Zirkonia weiß Material: 925 Sterlingsilber, rhodiniert Verschluß: Karabiner Verpackung: Schmuckverpackung Weitere Hinweise • Even Milano • Kette mit Anhänger • 925 Sterling Silber • Damen • Perle
Even Milano - Collier Perle mit Schmuck-Karabiner 110518-2R60-157 Masse: Kette ca. 65 cm Motiv/Besatz: synthetische Perlen und Zirkonia weiss Material: 925 Sterlingsilber, rhodiniert Verschluss: Karabiner Verpackung: Schmuckverpackung
Even Milano - Collier Perle mit Schmuck-Karabiner 110518-2R60-157Maße: Kette ca. 65 cmMotiv/Besatz: synthetische Perlen und Zirkonia weißMaterial: 925 Sterlingsilber, rhodiniertVerschluß: KarabinerVerpackung: Schmuckverpackung
Even Milano - Collier mit 13 Perlen und Schmuck-Karabiner 110517-2R60-157 Masse: Kette ca. 65 cm Motiv/Besatz: 13 synthetische Perlen und Zirkonia weiss Material: 925 Sterlingsilber, rhodiniert Verschluss: Karabiner Verpackung: Schmuckverpackung
Even Milano - Collier mit 13 Perlen und Schmuck-Karabiner 110517-2R60-157Maße: Kette ca. 65 cmMotiv/Besatz: 13 synthetische Perlen und Zirkonia weißMaterial: 925 Sterlingsilber, rhodiniertVerschluß: KarabinerVerpackung: Schmuckverpackung
Everyone has a "schmuck" in their office - a difficult, disruptive person who upsets the workplace, confuses their coworkers, and causes concern. No one is safe from a schmuck. They come in many sizes and shapes, such as: Narcissus - the self-centered, condescending, attention-seeking peacock who tramples on others The Flytrap - the bringer of chaos who can flip from angry to happy in an instant, creating an office maelstrom The Bean Counter - the orderly perfectionist who never gives up control even when it's full-steam ahead to disaster The Robot - the inflexible stone wall who is incapable of adapting, even in the face of much-needed change Sound like anyone you know? These are just a few of the more prominent schmucks. In her new audiobook, Dr. Jody Foster explains the entire spectrum of schmucks and how they can decrease productivity and generally make everyone else unhappy. After delineating the various types of schmucks, she looks at personality traits and explains how interactions among coworkers can become maladaptive, leading to workplace disasters. She helps listeners understand the schmuck as a person, figure out how to help him or her, and effect a positive solution. Dr. Foster also helps listeners understand the most difficult thing of all: Sometimes you are the schmuck. Let Dr. Jody Foster show you how to help the schmuck, know if you are the schmuck, and make your workplace a happy and productive one. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christina Delaine. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/aren/002445/bk_aren_002445_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you get the right assignment, you get to live a pretty luxurious lifestyle. Nice cars, fancy houses, wining and dining, all on the government's tab, paid for by the good citizens of the US of A. You get the latest weapons, futuristic gadgets, and access to information on most people living in the world today. Everybody had a file on them and all it took was a morbid curiosity and the right motivation for an agent to fuck someone's life up pretty good. Some asshole cuts you off in traffic? Run his plates, send a red flag to the IRS, boom, he's getting a call from the auditor. Some innocent schmuck catches you on a bad day? A little re-edit on somebody's record and suddenly they have an outstanding warrant they never even knew about. One not need be sadistic, amorality was good enough.... She knew what would happen. She would be tortured mercilessly. First for information, and then just because. The Suit would take great pleasure herself, and almost certainly that tongueless Hulk bitch would be looking for a little payback. She would be made an example of. They would never kill her. That would be too easy. They would lock her up and make her life hell.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kym Krutz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/013705/bk_acx0_013705_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 2,0, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, course: Debates on European Integration, language: English, abstract: The European integration has been in progress since shortly after the Second World War. Already in 1946, the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill held a speech in Zurich and within this speech he expressed the idea of France and Germany as the constituting countries of a European Union. At this time, the patriotic French press was outraged about this idea. But already in 1949 the Council of Europe was founded, and only two years later in 1951 the European Community for Steel and Coal was created and became effective in 1952. In 1957, the member states of the ECSC signed the Treaty of Rome to start the European Economic Community (EEC) (Schmuck, n.a.). The European integration has been a unique process (Rosamond, 2006, S. 450) that lead also to a separate field of studies, the European integration studies. Even though Europe is unique and the integration process that has been taken place there is unique as well, efforts to compare the process in Europe with integration processes in other regions of the world were undertaken. I will tackle the matter with this regard. This paper will be concerned with the integration process in Europe compared to integration processes in Latin America. My motivation to do this arises from the fact that I am a Brazilian student and thus have a Latin American origin and I am studying in Germany, which is in my opinion and most probably not only in my opinion the most important constituting country of the European Union. It is not only the biggest economy in Europe but it is also one of the few constituting states of the predecessor of the EU the already mentioned ECSC and the EEC. A second fact, which is in my opinion intuitive, is the one what the differences of integration processes are and how those can be explained. The first world with Europe and the third world with Latin America might show different difficulties and challenges with respect to efforts on regional integration. [...]
Rafferty's Rule 46: When in trouble, lie like a son of a bitch. Patty Akister wants Rafferty to find her husband, Sherm. He's a secret agent. Sure he is. Rafferty soon discovers Sherm's just a schmuck earning some extra cash as Manny Hinkston's bagman, and lying to his wife about it. But before Rafferty can convince Sherm of the limited future in that gig, Sherm has no future at all, and Rafferty was there when it all went down. The cops want to throw the book at Rafferty, but he didn't kill Sherm; he was just late to the party. Which quickly becomes standard operating procedure. No matter what he tries, Rafferty's always one step behind. Can Rafferty find justice for Sherm, without destroying Patty's naïve fantasy of her dead husband? With the witnesses being murdered one by one, Rafferty must face the truth: sometimes it's a simple matter of kill or be killed. If you're a fan of Spenser, Mike Hammer or Matt Scudder, then this hardboiled pulp thriller, from Shamus Award Winner W. Glenn Duncan, will keep you reading late into the dark night. FATAL SISTERS won a Shamus Award for Best Paperback Original and is a hardboiled P.I. mystery in the tradition of the best pulp thrillers. Rafferty's a Dallas P.I. and an ex-cop who spent enough time on the streets to understand how things work. And when they don't, Rafferty's the guy you'll want on your side. He may quote Latin occasionally, smoke too much and be a cynical sonofabitch, but when it all hits the fan and you need someone you can trust, you'll be glad you called Rafferty. Originally published by Ballantine, this 30th Anniversary release of FATAL SISTERS marks the first time that W. Glenn Duncan's work has been available in digital format. We doubt that Rafferty would quietly accept the ongoing march of technology that provides this opportunity, but even a grizzled P.I. has to grow up sometime. This hardboiled PI series will continue with the first new Rafferty story in nearly three decades. FALSE GODS, written by W. Glenn Duncan Jr. (son of the original author) sees Rafferty looking for a missing girl, up to his ass in religious fundamentalists and needing all the help he can get from his old pals Cowboy and Mimi-and a few new ones-to make sure he gets out alive. Join the Rafferty Readers' Group at RaffertyPI dot com to get the latest news on the upcoming release of FALSE GODS. Praise for W. Glenn Duncan: 'Sometimes it seemed W. Glenn Duncan's Texas P.I. Rafferty had a rule for everything, but the fact remains that most of them were a hoot. And, of course, a further irony is that 'Rafferty's Rules' is, in fact, an Australian football term for 'no rules at all.' - Thrilling Detective Website 'I've gotten rid of a lot of stuff over the years, but the Rafferty books are a mainstay.' - Paul Bishop 'Duncan truly captured the pure essence of the definitive smart-ass private eye in his character Rafferty. Take part Sam Spade with a little Mike Hammer, mix in some Spenser and you have an awesome character.' - Cliff Fausset 'At first sniff, it may smell like Spenser with a cowboy hat, but take a good whiff: W. Glenn Duncan's Dallas, Texas private eye RAFFERTY was actually a blast of fresh air in what was rapidly becoming a glut of sensitive, soul-searching, overly politically-correct cookie cutter P.I.s in the late eighties. Of course, it helps that Dallas ain't Boston.' - Kevin Burton Smith