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20er Stock Set Esstischstühle Gartenstühle Vint...
629,95 € *
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Angebot von 20 Stühlen NAPOLEON III aus Polypropylen, traditionelles und elegantes Design, perfekt für Ereignisse, Catering, Bars, Restaurants, Hotels. Technischen Daten: Material: Polypropylen Design: klassisch und modern Stil: Französische Kaiserzeit Einfach zu reinigen Alle Rohrmaterialen sind hochwertig und normgerecht

Anbieter: ManoMano
Stand: 13.07.2020
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Brawlout Steam Key GLOBAL
2,68 € *
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Striking the balance between the growing competitive scene and the genre’s party game roots, Brawlout hopes to cater to the veteran platform fighter, the casual fan and the newcomer looking to make their mark. Brawlout does away with shields and blocking, focusing heavily on the aggressive, fast-paced combat which has made platform fighters so fun to both play and watch. Each character in Brawlout has their own unique playstyle, catering to specific character archetypes seen in other fighters. Whether you’re a die-hard grappler or a rushdown fiend, there is a fighter for you in Brawlout.Combined with familiar movement techniques like wavedashing and airdodging, Brawlout adds some extra mechanics seen in other fighting games. The Rage Meter builds up as you both deal and take damage, allowing you either break combos with the Rage Burst or unleash hell with the Rage Mode. The Rage Burst pushes opponents back, breaking their combos and allowing players to create some breathing room at the cost of half their Rage Meter. If the meter fills, you can activate the Rage Mode, increasing the knockback you deal while reducing the amount you take.As for modes, Brawlout has all you’d expect from a normal platform fighter and then some. Up to four players can compete in local multiplayer in either timed, stock or team battles. AI opponents are also available if you want to practice your team combos with a friend, or if you need to fill out a free for all. 

Anbieter: G2A
Stand: 13.07.2020
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Schuster 10.000 Schritte oder doch Marathon ( T...
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Wie halte ich mich am besten fit? - Sportmedizinische Vortragsreihe Mangelnde körperliche Bewegung und fehlende Fitness beeinträchtigen nicht nur das individuelle Wohlbefinden, sondern sind auch in medizinischer Hinsicht äußerst bedenklich. Eine gute Fitness dagegen kann Krankheiten vermeiden und die Bewältigung der vielfältigen Alltagsaufgaben unterstützen. Deshalb sollte jeder einer regelmäßigen körperlichen Aktivität nachgehen. Aber Empfehlungen dazu gibt es viele – von 10.000 Schritten pro Tag über 5x 30 min Spazieren pro Woche bis zu Marathonlauf oder auch modernen Bewegungsformen wie Crossfit, frei nach dem Grundsatz „viel Training in möglichst kurzer Zeit“. Ab welchem Mindestumfang an Bewegung werden überhaupt positive Effekte auf die Gesundheit beobachtet? Gibt es gar eine optimale Bewegungsdosis, um sich fit zu halten? Ist Joggen besser als Bankdrücken, und sollte man sich dabei möglichst im Fettverbrennungsbereich bewegen? Oder muss es doch der Ultramarathonlauf sein, getreu dem Motto „je mehr desto besser“? Dr. Axel Preßler stellt die aktuelle Datenlage zu diesen Fragen vor und bewertet positive wie auch potenziell ungünstige Effekte verschiedener Bewegungsformen. Vortrag: 31. März Einlass ab 18.30 Uhr Beginn 19.00 Uhr Kursdauer ca. 90 Minuten Preis: 20€ pro Person (Rückgabe und Umtausch ausgeschlossen) Alle Teilnehmer des Vortrags erhalten vor Ort einen 10-Euro-Einkaufsgutschein für das Sporthaus Schuster Vortragsort: Sporthaus Schuster, 6. Stock, Community Fläche Für etwas Catering ist gesorgt. Ihr Experte: Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Axel Preßler Herr Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Axel Preßler gehört zu den national und international führenden Experten für Sportkardiologie und Präventivmedizin. Der Facharzt für Innere Medizin und Kardiologie ist nach jahrelanger universitärer Tätigkeit mittlerweile in eigener Praxis in München tätig. Er untersucht und berät dort Freizeit-, Gesundheits- und Leistungssportler sowie Patienten mit Risikofaktoren oder bereits bestehenden Herz-, Stoffwechsel- und Krebserkrankungen zu allen Fragen rund um einen gesunden und aktiven Lebensstil. Er hält regelmäßig Vorträge vor nationalem und internationalem Publikum und veröffentlicht wissenschaftliche Beiträge auf seinem Spezialgebiet Herz und Sport. Auch selbst ist er gerne sportlich aktiv; er läuft und schwimmt regelmäßig, fährt Mountainbike im Sommer und Ski alpin im Winter und greift gelegentlich zum Tennisschläger.

Anbieter: Sporthaus Schuster
Stand: 13.07.2020
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Edge Play (eBook, ePUB)
9,43 € *
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CORRECTION: Amy Lefevre's second language is risk. A gorgeous young investment banker, she navigates Wall Street's toxic culture with ease-until the stock market collapses. CRISIS: Amy starts investigating the failed deals her boss engineered. Drawn to a treacherous ride on the edge, will her efforts to expose him cause her to lose it all? CONSENT: Amy's best friend is a dominatrix with an offer: take over her elite S&M dungeon, catering to the pervy needs of millionaires and billionaires and learn the true nature of power. EDGE PLAY is a universe beyond Fifty Shades of Grey and The Big Short, set in the most elite, twisted circles of Wall Street mega-power and S&M. Amy Lefevre dives into an underground realm of Big Swinging Dicks only to find that, in this arena, the women wield the whips and the men submit. "Edge Play explores obsession and ambition with a fetishist's eye for detail. From the sleek Syren latex to the sexy Louboutins, to power moves found in both the dazzling hustle of high finance and the darkness of the dungeon, this book delivers." -LILY BURANA, Author of Strip City "This is such a fun book! Smart, sexy, and full of surprises. It's also full of stingingly authentic details of Wall Street and the BDSM culture simmering just below it. It's a New York where everyone wants to come out on top, and power is a skill that can be learned." -JO WELDON, Author of Fierce: The History of Leopard Print and The Burlesque Handbook "Masters of the Universe have a new mistress-a protagonist who learns to wield power in the excessive, fascinating cultures of Wall Street and BDSM-for-hire. BOW DOWN." -WEDNESDAY MARTIN, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Primates of Park Avenue and UNTRUE

Anbieter: buecher
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Edge Play (eBook, ePUB)
9,69 € *
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CORRECTION: Amy Lefevre's second language is risk. A gorgeous young investment banker, she navigates Wall Street's toxic culture with ease-until the stock market collapses. CRISIS: Amy starts investigating the failed deals her boss engineered. Drawn to a treacherous ride on the edge, will her efforts to expose him cause her to lose it all? CONSENT: Amy's best friend is a dominatrix with an offer: take over her elite S&M dungeon, catering to the pervy needs of millionaires and billionaires and learn the true nature of power. EDGE PLAY is a universe beyond Fifty Shades of Grey and The Big Short, set in the most elite, twisted circles of Wall Street mega-power and S&M. Amy Lefevre dives into an underground realm of Big Swinging Dicks only to find that, in this arena, the women wield the whips and the men submit. "Edge Play explores obsession and ambition with a fetishist's eye for detail. From the sleek Syren latex to the sexy Louboutins, to power moves found in both the dazzling hustle of high finance and the darkness of the dungeon, this book delivers." -LILY BURANA, Author of Strip City "This is such a fun book! Smart, sexy, and full of surprises. It's also full of stingingly authentic details of Wall Street and the BDSM culture simmering just below it. It's a New York where everyone wants to come out on top, and power is a skill that can be learned." -JO WELDON, Author of Fierce: The History of Leopard Print and The Burlesque Handbook "Masters of the Universe have a new mistress-a protagonist who learns to wield power in the excessive, fascinating cultures of Wall Street and BDSM-for-hire. BOW DOWN." -WEDNESDAY MARTIN, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Primates of Park Avenue and UNTRUE

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Pension Fund Revolution
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In The Pension Fund Revolution, originally published nearly two decades ago under the title The Unseen Revolution, Drucker reports that institutional investors, especially pension funds, have become the controlling owners of America's large companies, the country's only capitalists. He maintains that the shift began in 1952 with the establishment of the first modern pension fund by General Motors. By 1960 it had become so obvious that a group of young men decided to found a stock-exchange firm catering exclusively to these new investors. Ten years later this firm (Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette) became the most successful, and one of the biggest, Wall Street firms.Drucker's argument, that through pension funds ownership of the means of production had become socialized without becoming nationalized, was unacceptable to the conventional wisdom of the country in the 1970s. Even less acceptable was the second theme of the book: the aging of America. Among the predictions made by Drucker in The Pension Fund Revolution are: that a major health care issue would be longevity; that pensions and social security would be central to American economy and society; that the retirement age would have to be extended; and that altogether American politics would increasingly be dominated by middle-class issues and the values of elderly people.While readers of the original edition found these conclusions hard to accept, Drucker's work has proven to be prescient. In the new epilogue, Drucker discusses how the increasing dominance of pension funds represents one of the most startling power shifts in economic history, and he examines their present-day Impact. The Pension Fund Revolution is now considered a classic text regarding the effects of pension fund ownership on the governance of the American corporation and on the structure of the American economy altogether. The reissuing of this book is more timely now than ever. It provides a w

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Pension Fund Revolution
50,90 CHF *
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In The Pension Fund Revolution, originally published nearly two decades ago under the title The Unseen Revolution, Drucker reports that institutional investors, especially pension funds, have become the controlling owners of America's large companies, the country's only capitalists. He maintains that the shift began in 1952 with the establishment of the first modern pension fund by General Motors. By 1960 it had become so obvious that a group of young men decided to found a stock-exchange firm catering exclusively to these new investors. Ten years later this firm (Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette) became the most successful, and one of the biggest, Wall Street firms.Drucker's argument, that through pension funds ownership of the means of production had become socialized without becoming nationalized, was unacceptable to the conventional wisdom of the country in the 1970s. Even less acceptable was the second theme of the book: the aging of America. Among the predictions made by Drucker in The Pension Fund Revolution are: that a major health care issue would be longevity; that pensions and social security would be central to American economy and society; that the retirement age would have to be extended; and that altogether American politics would increasingly be dominated by middle-class issues and the values of elderly people.While readers of the original edition found these conclusions hard to accept, Drucker's work has proven to be prescient. In the new epilogue, Drucker discusses how the increasing dominance of pension funds represents one of the most startling power shifts in economic history, and he examines their present-day Impact. The Pension Fund Revolution is now considered a classic text regarding the effects of pension fund ownership on the governance of the American corporation and on the structure of the American economy altogether. The reissuing of this book is more timely now than ever. It provides a w

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Pension Fund Revolution
42,49 € *
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In The Pension Fund Revolution, originally published nearly two decades ago under the title The Unseen Revolution, Drucker reports that institutional investors, especially pension funds, have become the controlling owners of America's large companies, the country's only capitalists. He maintains that the shift began in 1952 with the establishment of the first modern pension fund by General Motors. By 1960 it had become so obvious that a group of young men decided to found a stock-exchange firm catering exclusively to these new investors. Ten years later this firm (Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette) became the most successful, and one of the biggest, Wall Street firms.Drucker's argument, that through pension funds ownership of the means of production had become socialized without becoming nationalized, was unacceptable to the conventional wisdom of the country in the 1970s. Even less acceptable was the second theme of the book: the aging of America. Among the predictions made by Drucker in The Pension Fund Revolution are: that a major health care issue would be longevity; that pensions and social security would be central to American economy and society; that the retirement age would have to be extended; and that altogether American politics would increasingly be dominated by middle-class issues and the values of elderly people.While readers of the original edition found these conclusions hard to accept, Drucker's work has proven to be prescient. In the new epilogue, Drucker discusses how the increasing dominance of pension funds represents one of the most startling power shifts in economic history, and he examines their present-day Impact. The Pension Fund Revolution is now considered a classic text regarding the effects of pension fund ownership on the governance of the American corporation and on the structure of the American economy altogether. The reissuing of this book is more timely now than ever. It provides a w

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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The Pension Fund Revolution
43,49 € *
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In The Pension Fund Revolution, originally published nearly two decades ago under the title The Unseen Revolution, Drucker reports that institutional investors, especially pension funds, have become the controlling owners of America's large companies, the country's only capitalists. He maintains that the shift began in 1952 with the establishment of the first modern pension fund by General Motors. By 1960 it had become so obvious that a group of young men decided to found a stock-exchange firm catering exclusively to these new investors. Ten years later this firm (Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette) became the most successful, and one of the biggest, Wall Street firms.Drucker's argument, that through pension funds ownership of the means of production had become socialized without becoming nationalized, was unacceptable to the conventional wisdom of the country in the 1970s. Even less acceptable was the second theme of the book: the aging of America. Among the predictions made by Drucker in The Pension Fund Revolution are: that a major health care issue would be longevity; that pensions and social security would be central to American economy and society; that the retirement age would have to be extended; and that altogether American politics would increasingly be dominated by middle-class issues and the values of elderly people.While readers of the original edition found these conclusions hard to accept, Drucker's work has proven to be prescient. In the new epilogue, Drucker discusses how the increasing dominance of pension funds represents one of the most startling power shifts in economic history, and he examines their present-day Impact. The Pension Fund Revolution is now considered a classic text regarding the effects of pension fund ownership on the governance of the American corporation and on the structure of the American economy altogether. The reissuing of this book is more timely now than ever. It provides a w

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 13.07.2020
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