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Under Armour Storm Launch Funktionsjacke Herren...
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Under Armour STORM LAUNCH. Funktionsjacke mit schmalem Stehkragen; Nackenband; Frontreißverschluss; 2 Taschen; elastische Ärmelabschlüsse; wasserabweisend und atmungsaktiv durch Storm-Technologie; 4-Wege-Stretch; schweißableitend; schnelltrocknend; Logo-Print; Material 87% Polyester, 13% Elastan.

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Under Armour  Trainingsjacken Storm Launch Bran...
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Under Armour Trainingsjacken Storm Launch Branded Jacket Schwarz In Herrengrößen erhältlich. EU S,EU M,EU L,EU XL. Jetzt Storm Launch Branded Jacket von Under Armour auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Damen UA Storm Launch Jacke
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70,00 € *
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Die UA Storm-Technologie ist wasserabweisend, ohne die Atmungsaktivität einzuschränken Der strapazierfähige Stretchstoff bietet hervorragenden Tragekomfort und Schutz Ergonomisch geformter Saum für das perfekte Maß an Abdeckung Kragen im Bomber-Stil Offene Seitentaschen mit integrierter Medientasche Elastische Bündchen Praktische Schlaufe an der Innenseite zum Aufhängen Reflektierende Details für Läufe bei schlechten Lichtverhältnissen

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Under Armour  Trainingsjacken Storm Launch 2.0 ...
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Under Armour Trainingsjacken Storm Launch 2.0 Jacket Schwarz In Herrengrößen erhältlich. EU S,EU M,EU L,EU XL. Jetzt Storm Launch 2.0 Jacket von Under Armour auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Herren UA Storm Launch 2.0 Jacke
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70,00 € *
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Die UA Storm-Technologie ist wasserabweisend, ohne die Atmungsaktivität einzuschränken Der strapazierfähige Stretchstoff bietet hervorragenden Tragekomfort und Schutz Ergonomisch geformter Saum für das perfekte Maß an Abdeckung Offene Seitentaschen mit integrierter Medientasche Elastische Bündchen Flach anliegender Kragen für bessere Aerodynamik Praktische Schlaufe an der Innenseite zum Aufhängen Reflektierende Details für Läufe in schlechten Lichtverhältnissen

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Under Armour  Herren-Jacke Storm Launch Jacket ...
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Under Armour Herren-Jacke Storm Launch Jacket 1305199-001 multifarben In Herrengrößen erhältlich. EU S. Jetzt Storm Launch Jacket 1305199-001 von Under Armour auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Herren UA Storm Launch Linked Up Jacke
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Die UA Storm-Technologie ist wasserabweisend, ohne die Atmungsaktivität einzuschränken Das strapazierfähige Stretchgewebe bietet hervorragenden Tragekomfort und Schutz Ergonomisch geformter Saum für das perfekte Maß an Abdeckung Offene Seitentaschen mit integrierter Medientasche Elastische Bündchen Flach anliegender Kragen für bessere Aerodynamik Reflektierende Details für Läufe bei schlechten Lichtverhältnissen Schriftzug auf der Ärmelinnenseite

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Under Armour  Trainingsjacken Sport Storm Launc...
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Under Armour Trainingsjacken Sport Storm Launch Branded Jacket 1330074-001 Schwarz In Herrengrößen erhältlich. DE XL. Jetzt Sport Storm Launch Branded Jacket 1330074-001 von Under Armour auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Damen UA Storm Launch Linked Up Jacke
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80,00 € *
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Die UA Storm-Technologie ist wasserabweisend, ohne die Atmungsaktivität einzuschränken Der strapazierfähige Stretchstoff bietet hervorragenden Tragekomfort und Schutz Ergonomisch geformter Saum für das perfekte Maß an Abdeckung Kragen im Bomber-Stil Offene Seitentaschen mit integrierter Medientasche Elastische Bündchen Praktische Schlaufe an der Innenseite zum Aufhängen Reflektierende Details für Läufe in schlechten Lichtverhältnissen Schriftzug auf der Ärmelinnenseite

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Into the Storm: A Novel: Troubleshooters, Book ...
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Best-selling author Suzanne Brockmann blends high adventure, harrowing drama, and heart-racing passion into thrilling novels of suspense. Whether tackling danger or wrestling with desire, her elite heroes and heroines never fail to give their all in stories that soar above and beyond expectations. Now, in her electrifying 10th Troubleshooters novel, Brockmann takes us into the storm. In a remote, frozen corner of New Hampshire, a Navy SEAL team and the elite security experts of Troubleshooters Incorporated are going head-to-head as fierce but friendly rivals in a raid-and-rescue training exercise. Despite the frigid winter temperatures, tension smolders between veteran SEAL Petty Officer Mark "Jenk" Jenkins and former cop turned troubleshooter Lindsey Fontaine after an impulsive night goes awry. And then suddenly Tracy Shapiro, the Troubleshooters' new receptionist, vanishes while playing the role of hostage during a mock rescue operation. Teaming up with the FBI to launch a manhunt in the treacherous wilderness, Jenk and Lindsey must put aside their feelings as a record snowstorm approaches, dramatically reducing any hope of finding Tracy alive. The trail is colder than the biting New England climate until a lucky break leads to a horrifying discovery - a brutally murdered young woman wearing the jacket Tracy wore when she disappeared. Suddenly there is a chilling certainty that Tracy has fallen prey to a serial killer - one who knows the backwoods terrain and who doesn't play by the rules of engagement. In a race against time, a raging blizzard, and a cunning opponent, Jenk and Lindsey are put to the ultimate test. Risking everything, they must finally come together in a desperate attempt to save Tracy - and each other. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Patrick Lawlor, Melanie Ewbank. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/008828/bk_blak_008828_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Miller Plays
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A reissue with new jacket of Miller's first volume of great plays, published to mark the launch of the sixth and final collection.

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Seashells
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♦ In this handsome companion volume to the ALA Notable book Feathers: Not Just for Flying (2014), Stewart and Brannen provide insights into why seashells vary so greatly in shape, size, and color. Beyond providing protection for aquatic animals, shells sometimes offer forms of locomotion, disguise, warnings, tools, and waste removal. A double-page spread on the nautilus opens, “Seashells can rise and sink like a submarine,” and explains that the animal creates vertical movement by pumping in or releasing water from its spiraled shell, which has chambers containing a lightweight gas. A marine-blue underwater scene features a close-up of a nautilus with a dark gray submarine visible in the distance, while a separate drawing of the nautilus shell points out its gas chambers and the movement of water. The large-print text that runs across the tops of the pages makes excellent use of similes, while short, clearly written paragraphs of pertinent information appear below the illustrations. From the book jacket to the typefaces to the layouts, the book’s design is inviting. The beautiful watercolor paintings work seamlessly with the text to clarify concepts, while keeping the book’s audience in mind. Suggesting new ways to think about seashells, this volume is highly recommended for science collections. — Booklist, starred review A well-researched addition to the ocean biome canon, Seashells is unique in that it pairs form with function. Both the text and illustrations present information that is easy to digest and understand. Introducing the concept that seashells come in various shapes and colors due to their different jobs, the author and illustrator then launch into examples such as the scallops that can flit like a butterfly. This is paired with an illustration of a butterfly, a diagram of a shell and how its movement mirrors a butterfly, the shell in its environment, and corresponding text. The language is not too informational or too -poetic; it is just the right amount of colorful and interesting. An appendix of sorts and additional resources are included. VERDICT A delightful addition to an elementary library's nonfiction collection. — School Library Journal An essential book for young beachcombers, Seashells: More Than a Home provides a fascinating overview of 13 kinds of shells. In her accessible text, author Melissa Stewart covers the form, function and native habitat of each shellfish, from the beautifully curved chambered nautilus and the heart-shaped cockle to the Atlantic bay scallop with its rows of fine ridges. Stewart uses analogies from everyday life to help readers understand how these “treasures from a secret world beneath the waves” house clams, snails, oysters and other creatures. Artist Sarah S. Brannen brings the narrative to life through watercolor scenes of boys and girls exploring the seashore and collecting specimens. Precise sketches and diagrams of the shells lend a naturalist feel to the proceedings. Suggestions for further reading and a listing of mollusk types round out the volume. This fun, fact-filled book will inspire up-and-coming collectors while equipping them with important information. — BookPage

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Seashells
16,90 CHF *
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♦ In this handsome companion volume to the ALA Notable book Feathers: Not Just for Flying (2014), Stewart and Brannen provide insights into why seashells vary so greatly in shape, size, and color. Beyond providing protection for aquatic animals, shells sometimes offer forms of locomotion, disguise, warnings, tools, and waste removal. A double-page spread on the nautilus opens, “Seashells can rise and sink like a submarine,” and explains that the animal creates vertical movement by pumping in or releasing water from its spiraled shell, which has chambers containing a lightweight gas. A marine-blue underwater scene features a close-up of a nautilus with a dark gray submarine visible in the distance, while a separate drawing of the nautilus shell points out its gas chambers and the movement of water. The large-print text that runs across the tops of the pages makes excellent use of similes, while short, clearly written paragraphs of pertinent information appear below the illustrations. From the book jacket to the typefaces to the layouts, the book’s design is inviting. The beautiful watercolor paintings work seamlessly with the text to clarify concepts, while keeping the book’s audience in mind. Suggesting new ways to think about seashells, this volume is highly recommended for science collections. — Booklist, starred review A well-researched addition to the ocean biome canon, Seashells is unique in that it pairs form with function. Both the text and illustrations present information that is easy to digest and understand. Introducing the concept that seashells come in various shapes and colors due to their different jobs, the author and illustrator then launch into examples such as the scallops that can flit like a butterfly. This is paired with an illustration of a butterfly, a diagram of a shell and how its movement mirrors a butterfly, the shell in its environment, and corresponding text. The language is not too informational or too -poetic; it is just the right amount of colorful and interesting. An appendix of sorts and additional resources are included. VERDICT A delightful addition to an elementary library's nonfiction collection. — School Library Journal An essential book for young beachcombers, Seashells: More Than a Home provides a fascinating overview of 13 kinds of shells. In her accessible text, author Melissa Stewart covers the form, function and native habitat of each shellfish, from the beautifully curved chambered nautilus and the heart-shaped cockle to the Atlantic bay scallop with its rows of fine ridges. Stewart uses analogies from everyday life to help readers understand how these “treasures from a secret world beneath the waves” house clams, snails, oysters and other creatures. Artist Sarah S. Brannen brings the narrative to life through watercolor scenes of boys and girls exploring the seashore and collecting specimens. Precise sketches and diagrams of the shells lend a naturalist feel to the proceedings. Suggestions for further reading and a listing of mollusk types round out the volume. This fun, fact-filled book will inspire up-and-coming collectors while equipping them with important information. — BookPage

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 08.12.2019
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