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English G 21
Author: CORNELSEN, Wolfgang Neudecker
ISBN: 3060324689
Pages: 48
Year: 2010
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Inspection-oriented Tolerancing – Size, Form and Location
Author: Robert Roithmeier
Publisher: Carl Zeiss AG
Year: 2016-10-13
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Author: Florian C. Reiter
Publisher: Harrassowitz
ISBN: 3447107723
Pages: 163
Year: 2017
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The term 'Taoism of Clarified Tenuity' designates a new branch of religious Taoism developed since the 13/14th century by priests of the long-established Heavenly Masters Taoism. They claimed to continue Taoist exorcist traditions that since the Sung-period especially flourished because emperor Sung Hui-tsung (r. 1100?1126) appreciated the exorcism of 'Taoism of the Divine Empyrean' and 'Five Thunders rituals'. The purpose of the exorcist rituals was the expulsion of demoniac molestations, relief from droughts and inundations, and the healing of illnesses. Outstanding priests rationalized the exorcist practice, using theories of a meditative self-cultivation which peaked in the transformation into a Thunder divinity. The priest adopted a divine 'alter ego' for the time of the ritual. 'Taoism of Clarified Tenuity' developed on the basis of these traditions and embraced regionally different religious habits. It adopted and adapted older cults, partly including Buddhist-Tantric practices. Leading priests of 'Clarified Tenuity' presented theoretical essays, discussing the requirements of the personal cultivation of the Taoist to be a worthy performer of exorcism who was entitled to write and use amulets. The amulet was the essential ritual tool. However, the amulets of 'Clarified Tenuity' were remarkably different from the older 'Thunder' amulets of the Sung era. Also, the new branch adopted different attitudes concerning ritual practices such as the transformation into a divinity.0The book features developments of the more recent Taoist history and presents content and intention of 'Taoism of Clarified Tenuity'. The selected canonical texts also show that the priests of 'Clarified Tenuity' insisted on a clear distinction between exorcism in Heavenly Masters Taoism and shamanism that they disavowed. The book presents and analyses several 'Great Rituals' of 'Clarified Tenuity' and features elements of religious Taoism that today can still be traced.
Financial Accounting
Author: Robert Nothhelfer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110521075
Pages: 301
Year: 2017-09-25
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Every German student of business administration needs to have a basic understanding of accounting according to German GAAP, and thanks to globalization many courses about German accounting are nowadays held in English to improve the language skills of the students. In addition many foreign subsidiaries of German companies have to prepare their part of consolidated financial statements according to German GAAP. So far, these professionals can rely on German literature only. The first part of the book offers a compact introduction to financial statements according to German GAAP, the second part comprises exercises on individual topics with solutions and case studies for in-depth and effective learning. This introduction provides ideal support for German-speaking students taking Englishspeaking lectures in the field and is furthermore valuable for professionals looking for explanations when preparing the data for consolidated financial statements. Includes exercises and case studies for practice Ideal textbook for students of German Universities attending English-speaking lectures in financial management Ideal introduction for professionals with a succinct explanation and additional support with a glossary and vocabulary
E-Mail from God for Teens
Author: Claire Cloninger, Curt Cloninger
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 1589198107
Pages: 256
Year: 2003-01
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This awesome new book contain special love notes from God addressing real life issues teenagers face everyday. Each page is cleverly designed to resemble computer screens to give teens the impression they're on line.
Daoist Perspectives on Knowing the Future
Author: Barbara Hendrischke
ISBN: 3447108045
Pages: 300
Year: 2017-06
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In China, in the first centuries of the Common Era, prognostication was a widely used tool of political decision making, of cultural and ideological expression and, increasingly, also of popular resistance. The Scripture on Great Peace originated in this environment. It contains warnings of a universal cataclysm and suggests a radical social and religious reorientation as means of salvation. Thereby, it connects insights and ideas of the empire's academic establishment to experiences and concerns of the population at large. It belongs to the earliest textual sources for Daoism, that is, for China's indigenous religion that took shape when the imperial government and with it the empire fell apart in the second century CE. The present volume documents the Scripture's doctrinal and stylistic diversity. The selected materials stem from different parts of the long text. Some focus on eschatological scenarios, others, in contrast, on utopian hopes for the reform of humankind and its future under the auspices of "Great Peace". Still others design schemes for personal immortality. In this study, these materials are translated into a Western language for the first time. The translations are accompanied by extensive explanatory annotations.
Mastering Spanish Vocabulary with Audio MP3
Author: Jose Maria Navarro, Axel J. Navarro Ramil
Publisher: Barrons Educational Series
ISBN: 1438071558
Pages: 486
Year: 2012-04-01
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This Spanish vocabulary-building book presents more than 13,000 entries. It also includes an enclosed audio MP3, which coaches language students in correct pronunciation of Spanish and contains approximately 10 hours of audio, which covers virtually all of the book. All vocabulary in this book is categorized under different themes. Each theme groups together many different words relating to similar topics, which helps students of Spanish and travelers to Spanish-speaking countries conveniently find words that are related by subject. Among each book's 24 separate subject themes are: business terms, medical terms, household terms, scientific words and phrases, units of measurement, clothing, food and dining, transportation, art and culture, and others.
Imparting a Father's Blessing
Author: Greg Violi
ISBN: 3944038207
Year: 2017-01-01
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There is a worldwide epidemic crossing all cultural, financial, intellectual, and religious boundaries. This epidemic causes diseases, dysfunctions, and many difficulties in the lives of those it effects. There is no place on earth this diabolical epidemic cannot reach. It is an epidemic affecting generations of people, it is the lack of a father and a fathers blessing. Did you know that your Father God created you to receive a blessing from your earthly father? This blessing was meant to release you into adulthood, prosperity, joy, peace, and to bring you into your true self and purpose in life! This little booklet is the result of a conversation I had with another beloved brother and sister in Christ. It is directly derived from our conversation and from the answer to their question, "How do we impart the Fathers blessing to those in need?" As I answered this question it was clear that what I was sharing as the Lord gave it to me, needed to be recorded. It is time that the multitude of people who are hurting and yearning for a Fathers blessing be released and blessed into their God-given identity! I have seen multitudes of curses broken instantly, bodies healed, souls restored, joy restored, fears leave, depression healed, pain disappear, a new desire for life to come where before there was no hope or desire to live, marriages radically changed, and on and on. All these wonderful things happened as a result of receiving a fathers blessing. It is truly wonderful and amazing to behold the Father come into the deep places within His precious children to heal, restore, and welcome them back into His heart of pure love!
Author: Antonio Skármeta
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages: 92
Year: 1979-01-01
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A 14-year-old boy grows up in Berlin after his family is exiled from their native Chile.
From Philosophy of Fiction to Cognitive Poetics
Author: Piotr Stalmaszczyk
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 3631669453
Pages: 268
Year: 2016-09-07
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Studies collected in this volume investigate selected issues in contemporary philosophy of language and philosophy of literature. Individual authors concentrate on philosophy of fiction and discuss fictional worlds and fictional characters. They also present different approaches to translation theory, and metaphor theory (both classical and conceptual). Other chapters address the issues of figurativeness and poetic language, apply the principles of cognitive poetics to analyse different types of texts, and provide cognitive approaches to abstraction in visual and verbal art, also to the categories of similarity and difference in perception and language. The analysed authors include Wallace Stevens, Rae Armantrout, Ernest Hemingway and David Lodge.
Vertiefungsfach Englisch
Author: CORNELSEN, Christina Diehr, Helga Korff, Cordula Rohlmann-Reineke
ISBN: 3060324786
Pages: 86
Year: 2010
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En El Mundo Hispanico
Author: Francisco J. Uriz, Birgit Harling
ISBN: 0821923242
Year: 2002-01-01
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The Path to Me
Author: Rose M. Kuonen
Publisher: Tredition Gmbh
ISBN: 3732389626
Year: 2017-06-22
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Events that we actually experience make up only 10% of our lives; the remaining 90% of life consist of how we respond to those events. That's why our problems do not lie in the external world-on the contrary, they rest firmly inside our inner world. Yet only a third of all people are aware of themselves and their reactions, and only those few know how to fundamentally shape their own lives. 'The Path to Me' is a self-therapy workbook based on psychological principles, and its solutions-oriented analyses help us identify the underlying causes of our problems and give us guidelines, support and instructions for how to direct our actions.
Islamic Alternatives
Author: Shahrokh Raei
Publisher: Harrassowitz
ISBN: 3447107790
Pages: 214
Year: 2017
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Islamic Alternatives are the proceedings of a symposium which was held in April 2014 within the framework of a research project entitled The Khaksar Order between Ahl-e Haqq and Shiite Sufi Order, funded by the German Research Foundation. The tradition and belief system of the Khaksar is closely connected to several cultural and religious traditions across a vast geographical area in the Orient: the territory of Persianate societies, which might also be called 'the territory of wandering dervishes'. The extensive historical and cultural relations and associations, the similarities between the Khaksar Order and the Futuwwa tradition or religious communities (such as the Ahl-e Haqq (Yarsan) and Bektashi order in different geographical territories), the relationship between this order and Dervish groups in Pakistan and Central Asia on the one hand and its connection with the official orthodox Shia on the other hand are the main topics dealt with in the present book. The commonalities and cultural relations of these numerous and diverse cultural traditions as well as the heterodox movements in this region are so substantial that understanding the related aspects of each helps us gain a deeper knowledge of the whole subject matter. This symposium and the present proceedings attempt to gather as many specialists of these diverse but associated themes as possible in order to achieve a better understanding of these concepts.
Play Development in Children with Disabilties
Author: Serenella Besio, Daniela Bulgarelli, Vaska Stancheva-Popkostadinova
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311052211X
Pages: 228
Year: 2016
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This book is the result of the first two-year work of Working Group 1 of the network "LUDI - Play for children with disabilities". LUDI is an Action (2014-2018) financed by COST; it is a multidisciplinary network of more than 30 countries and almost 100 researchers and practitioners belonging to the humanistic and technological fields to study the topic of play for children with disabilities within the framework of the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health (WHO, 2001).The principal objective of this book is to bring the LUDI contribution to the important topic of play in children with disabilities, because today an international consensus on the definition of play and disabilities is still lacking. The process of ensuring equity in the exercise of the right to play for children with disabilites requests three actions: to approach this topic through a "common language", at least all over Europe; to put play at the centre of the multidisciplinary research and intervention regarding the children with disabilities; to grant this topic the status of a scientific and social theme of full visibility and recognized authority. Children with disabilities face several limitations in play, due to several reasons: impairments; playgrounds, toys and other play tools that are not accessible and usable; environments and contexts that are not accessible nor inclusive; lack of educational awareness and intentionality; lack of specific psycho-pedagogical and rehabilitative competence; lack of effective intervention methodologies. Moreover, disabled children's lives are dominated by medical and rehabilitative practices in which play is always an activity aiming to reach an objective or to provoke an improvement; play for the sake of play is considered a waste of time. The concept of play for the sake of play strongly refers to the distinction between play activities and play-like activities. Play activities are initiated and carried out by the player (alone, with peers, with adults, etc.) for the only purpose of play itself (fun and joy, interest and challenge, love of race and competition, ilinx and dizziness, etc.). They have of course consequences on growth and development, but these consequences are not intentionally pursued. Play-like activities are initiated and conducted by an adult (with one or more children), in educational, clinical, social contexts; they are playful and pleasant, but their main objective is other than play: e.g., cognitive learning, social learning, functional rehabilitation, child's observation and assessment, psychological support, psychotherapy, etc. This book, then, contributes to a clear distinction between play and play-like activities that, hopefully, will bring to new developments in play studies.