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The Foundation Trilogy (Dramatized), Hörbuch, D...
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The opening episode begins on Trantor, capital of the Galactic Empire, with the meeting of Seldon and Dornick, their trial, and their exile to Terminus. The action then jumps forward 50 years, to the first Seldon Crisis, where the repercussions of the recent independence of the Four Kingdoms of the Periphery are being felt on Terminus, and are handled by the first Mayor, Salvor Hardin. The scene then moves forward a further 20 years, as Mayor Hardin faces down the domination of the nearby and most powerful Kingdom, Anacreon. The Merchant Princes One-hundred-fifty years after the Foundation was established, the now powerful trading nation faces its greatest threat to date, guided by master trader Hober Mallow. The GeneralTwo hundred years after its creation, the Foundation battles Bel Riose, the last powerful General of the dying Galactic Empire. The Mule A further hundred years have passed, and the Foundation is challenged by an unexpected threat named The Mule. Flight from the Mule During the war against The Mule, with things going badly for the Foundation, some key figures under the leadership of the Foundation's greatest scientist, Ebling Mis, flee Terminus in search of the Second Foundation, to warn it of the danger from The Mule. The Mule Finds The Mule attempts to find and overthrow the Second Foundation. Star's End Sixty years later, and a teenage girl is at the center of the Foundation's renewed search for the Second Foundation. Changes from the written Trilogy: The conflict between The Foundation and Anacreon takes place 70 years into the Foundation era; in the novels it occurs at 80 F.E. A small segment in Foundation titled "Traders" has been removed entirely. General editing for time has been done throughout. A large, rather comedic section on farming on Rossem has been added to "The Mule Finds". b 1. Language: English. Narrator: Geoffrey Beevers, Lee Montague, Julian Glover, Dinsdale Landon, Maurice Denham, Angela Pleasence, Prunella Scales. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bnpp/000017/bk_bnpp_000017_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stakeholder and spatial perspectives of organic...
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The book provides empirical insights on several aspects of organic farming in the Himalayan Nation, Nepal. It covers historical background of organic farming, policy elements, comparative assessment of farm-family resources in different farming systems prevailed within the short transects of urban and peri-urban areas of the Middle Mountains of Nepal, their distribution along the spatial gradient and relevance to organic farming development, consumer and trader perception on organic vegetables and preference modeling through conjoint analysis. Application of the AHP to find the important factors of farming predominance is probably the first of its kind in the arena of farming. Similarly, application of spatial sampling design also claims the same. The author mostly uses qualitative research methods along with spatial integration of micro-survey data in GIS environment. The findings, in its abridged form, state that organic farming is a profitable enterprise for the smallholder farm-families around the peri-urban areas of Nepal. The spatial location of the household affects the potential development of organic agriculture, particularly in the rural areas.

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Frontier Living
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Frontier Living brings to light every significant aspect of daily life on the American frontier, with vivid text and more than 200 wonderful drawings. Immerse yourself in the character and culture of the men and women who stood at the harsh cutting-edge of our civilization: their dwellings, clothing, food, furniture, household articles; their hunting, farming, schooling, transportation, government; their amusements, superstitions, and religion.In Frontier Living the reader finds the forest frontiersman in his log cabin, the ranchero in his casa, the sodbuster in his prairie sod house. Here is the keel-boatman, the cotton farmer, the fur trader, the mountain man, the forty-niner, the cowhand - each helping to shape a new and distinctive way from untamed country. The flintlock gun, the Kentucky rifle, the freight and Conestoga wagons, the stagecoach, the Ohio flatboat, the first steamboat and steam railroad, are all reconstructed here in exact detail.This informative, authentic re-creation of the American frontier, seen in relation to its historic perspective, offers a major contribution toward an understanding of the American character. (8 1/2 X 11, 168 pages, maps, illustrations)

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Stakeholder and spatial perspectives of organic...
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The book provides empirical insights on several aspects of organic farming in the Himalayan Nation, Nepal. It covers historical background of organic farming, policy elements, comparative assessment of farm-family resources in different farming systems prevailed within the short transects of urban and peri-urban areas of the Middle Mountains of Nepal, their distribution along the spatial gradient and relevance to organic farming development, consumer and trader perception on organic vegetables and preference modeling through conjoint analysis. Application of the AHP to find the important factors of farming predominance is probably the first of its kind in the arena of farming. Similarly, application of spatial sampling design also claims the same. The author mostly uses qualitative research methods along with spatial integration of micro-survey data in GIS environment. The findings, in its abridged form, state that organic farming is a profitable enterprise for the smallholder farm-families around the peri-urban areas of Nepal. The spatial location of the household affects the potential development of organic agriculture, particularly in the rural areas.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Anderson Island
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Named for Alexander Caulfield Anderson, the chief trader for the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Nisqually, Anderson Island has an early history of brick making, logging, farming, and fishing. Johnson's Landing, on the north end of the island, was the site where mosquito fleet steamships could refuel and purchase lumber for delivery as far south as San Francisco. The first permanent settlers on the island arrived from Denmark in the early 1870s, with others of Scandinavian descent coming shortly thereafter. The southernmost island in Washington State's Puget Sound, accessible only by boat or ferry from Steilacoom, Anderson Island boasts two freshwater lakes, two marinas, and a golf course. Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anonymously left floral bouquets on doorsteps, a practice that continues to this day.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Pirate Curse
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The pirates of the Caribbean have a name for kids who can walk on water -- they call them polliwogs. As far as 14-year-old Jolly knows, she's the last polliwog still alive. She is valuable to the pirate captain who raised her, for she can sneak up on an enemy ship by walking over the waves. When someone sets a trap for Jolly's ship, Jolly alone escapes. She is washed up on a tiny island inhabited by a farming family -- and the ghosts who labor for them. The farmers have a son, Munk, who has been raised almost in hiding. Munk longs to go to sea, but his parents say that they are afraid of pirates, and they have forbidden Munk to reveal his true identity -- he, too, is a polliwog. But pirates are not the only threat in the Caribbean. Evil forces are stirring, and a demon from the sea attacks and murders Munk's parents. Was the demon really after Munk? And Jolly, too? Why are the polliwogs so valuable, and who wants them enough to kill for them? Jolly and Munk must sail with a strange crew of outcasts, led by the mysterious Ghost Trader, to avenge their loved ones and try to stop an ancient, malevolent force known as the Maelstrom. What it will cost both teens, no one can tell -- in this thrilling, swashbuckling fantasy from the extraordinary Kai Meyer.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Anderson Island
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Named for Alexander Caulfield Anderson, the chief trader for the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Nisqually, Anderson Island has an early history of brick making, logging, farming, and fishing. Johnson's Landing, on the north end of the island, was the site where mosquito fleet steamships could refuel and purchase lumber for delivery as far south as San Francisco. The first permanent settlers on the island arrived from Denmark in the early 1870s, with others of Scandinavian descent coming shortly thereafter. The southernmost island in Washington State's Puget Sound, accessible only by boat or ferry from Steilacoom, Anderson Island boasts two freshwater lakes, two marinas, and a golf course. Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anonymously left floral bouquets on doorsteps, a practice that continues to this day.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.12.2020
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Stakeholder and spatial perspectives of organic...
59,99 € *
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The book provides empirical insights on several aspects of organic farming in the Himalayan Nation, Nepal. It covers historical background of organic farming, policy elements, comparative assessment of farm-family resources in different farming systems prevailed within the short transects of urban and peri-urban areas of the Middle Mountains of Nepal, their distribution along the spatial gradient and relevance to organic farming development, consumer and trader perception on organic vegetables and preference modeling through conjoint analysis. Application of the AHP to find the important factors of farming predominance is probably the first of its kind in the arena of farming. Similarly, application of spatial sampling design also claims the same. The author mostly uses qualitative research methods along with spatial integration of micro-survey data in GIS environment. The findings, in its abridged form, state that organic farming is a profitable enterprise for the smallholder farm-families around the peri-urban areas of Nepal. The spatial location of the household affects the potential development of organic agriculture, particularly in the rural areas.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.12.2020
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Frontier Living
17,99 € *
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Frontier Living brings to light every significant aspect of daily life on the American frontier, with vivid text and more than 200 wonderful drawings. Immerse yourself in the character and culture of the men and women who stood at the harsh cutting-edge of our civilization: their dwellings, clothing, food, furniture, household articles; their hunting, farming, schooling, transportation, government; their amusements, superstitions, and religion.In Frontier Living the reader finds the forest frontiersman in his log cabin, the ranchero in his casa, the sodbuster in his prairie sod house. Here is the keel-boatman, the cotton farmer, the fur trader, the mountain man, the forty-niner, the cowhand - each helping to shape a new and distinctive way from untamed country. The flintlock gun, the Kentucky rifle, the freight and Conestoga wagons, the stagecoach, the Ohio flatboat, the first steamboat and steam railroad, are all reconstructed here in exact detail.This informative, authentic re-creation of the American frontier, seen in relation to its historic perspective, offers a major contribution toward an understanding of the American character. (8 1/2 X 11, 168 pages, maps, illustrations)

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.12.2020
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