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MUGLER Unisexdüfte MUGLER Cologne Fly Away Eau ...
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Das MUGLER Cologne Eau de Cologne Spray Fly Away von MUGLER ist ein faszinierender Duft für Damen und Herren. Sein Geheimnis ist die neuartige, mysteriöse Note C, die zusammen mit aromatischen und spritzigen Facetten eine berauschende Komposition bildet. Es weckt Sinnlichkeit und Leidenschaft. Ein stilvoller Blickfang ist sein luxuriöser, sanft schimmernder Flakon. Mit dem Zerstäuberflakon sprühen Sie den Duft aus 15 bis 20 cm Entfernung auf die Haut und genießen ein unvergleichliches Dufterlebnis.Phantastischer Unisexduft mit geheimnisvollen KomponentenDas MUGLER Cologne Eau de Cologne Spray Fly Away von MUGLER besticht mit seinem einzigartigen Zusammenspiel von saftigen Fruchtaromen, würzigen Tönen und der geheimnisvollen Note C. Mit den spritzigen Akzenten von gelber Pampelmuse und einem würzigen Hanfakkord sorgt es für prickelnde Frische. In seinem Zentrum überrascht die geheime Note C, die mit ihrem einzigartigen Aroma die Sinne mitreißt und ein Gefühl der Schwerelosigkeit hinterlässt. Lassen Sie sich Tag für Tag neu verzaubern von dem köstlichen Duft von MUGLER!

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MUGLER Mugler Cologne FLY AWAY - Eau de Cologne...
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FLY AWAY ist ein Tagtraum, ein fantastisches Cologne, das Sie in einen Zustand zwischen Traum und Wirklichkeit versetzt. Sein Geheimnis? Die Begegnung eines aromatischen pflanzlichen Akkords und der spritzigen Ausstrahlung gelber Pampelmuse, unterstrichen durch die geheime Note C: eine mitreißende Note, die die Sinne abheben lässt. Das Cologne FLY AWAY ist geprägt von der schwerelosen Begegnung von Pampelmusen- und Hanfnoten, ein einzigartiger Akkord für ein Cologne, das allen Gesetzen der Schwerkraft trotzt.Duftfamilie: Aromatisches CologneNoten: Gelbe Pampelmuse, Hanfakkord Geheime Note: C Empfindung: Schwebend Farbe: Gelb

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MUGLER Unisexdüfte MUGLER Cologne Fly Away Eau de Cologne Spray 100 ml

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MUGLER Cologne Fly Away Eau de Cologne  100 ml
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FLY AWAY ist ein Tagtraum, ein fantastisches Eau de Toilette, das Sie in einen Zustand zwischen Traum und Wirklichkeit versetzt. Die Begegnung eines aromatischen pflanzlichen Hanf-Akkords und der spritzigen Ausstrahlung gelber Pampelmuse, unterstrichen durch die geheime Note C: eine mitreißende Note, die die Sinne beflügelt. Aromatisches Eau de Toilette mit Noten von gelber Grapefruit und einem pflanzlichen Akkord aus Hanf - Geheimnote.

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Melt Zone: A Robert Spire Thriller, Book 3 , Hö...
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A mysterious structure is found buried beneath the Antarctic ice. Undiscovered for decades...it should have remained that way. A team of climatologists are sent on a routine expedition to Antarctica to investigate a rapidly melting glacier, where they make a startling discovery.... In Europe, a secret Nazi document surfaces which points to a historical government secret, and which appears connected to events unfolding in Antarctica. Robert Spire, tasked to hunt for the secret document, soon becomes the hunted, as he is chased across Europe in this fast-paced action thriller. Spire soon discovers that sinister forces are at work. Forces that will do all they can to protect the secret that lies buried beneath the Antarctic ice.... In 1938, the German New Swabia Expedition left Hamburg for Antarctica aboard the MS Schwabenland. The secret expedition arrived at the Princess Martha Coast, in an area which had been claimed by Norway as Dronning Maud Land, and began charting the region...75 years later, satellite photographs discover something very odd occurring in Eastern Antarctica.... Rapid Antarctic ice melt.... Just before Europe's Envisat satellite malfunctions, it photographs a mysterious melt zone during a fly-over of Eastern Antarctica. After analyzing the photographs, the UK's GLENCOM - Global Environmental Command - Unit, sends three of its climatologists to investigate, but as they search the site, a vast crevasse opens in the ice, swallowing them up. They survive the fall, but make a startling and lethal discovery. A hunt across Europe.... GLENCOM agent and environmental lawyer, Robert Spire, is tasked to investigate a Cologne-based company whose origins appear linked to the events unfolding in Antarctica. As Spire suspects a possible government conspiracy, things take a sinister turn, as clues lead him to the discovery of a 70-year-old Nazi document and an Antarctic mystery that may have lasted for 70 years. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Loving. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/084927/bk_acx0_084927_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Literary Modernism: Katherine Mansfield and the...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Didactics - English - Pedagogy, Literature Studies, grade: 1,7, University of Cologne, language: English, abstract: Modernism is widely acknowledged as probably the most important and influential artistic-cultural phenomenon of the twentieth-century, whether it is considered primarily as a movement, a period, a genre, a style or an ideology (cf. Poplawski 2003, p. 5). In order to find out what is so special about the literary period between 1901 and 1939 extra-literary developments and contexts as well as thematic and formal innovations according to modernism will be considered at first in this paper.Afterwards the modernist short story, as an important 'invention' of modernist writers, and its main characteristics and features are of interest. In this respect some writers of the modernist era, such as Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, Sherwood Anderson etc., and some of their short stories will be considered to get a completed picture of the topic. Katherine Mansfield, one of the great Modernist innovators of twentieth-century English literature, plays a central role in this regard. After a biographical overview her contribution to the 'invention' of the short story with special interest to characteristic features of her way of writing will be presented.Finally, the aim should be to explore how one of Katherine Mansfield's last short stories 'The Fly' can be used for English language teaching. At first a short plot summary and various kinds of interpretations are given to get at the real meaning of the story. Then a concrete example of classroom treatment, including a worksheet, will be dealt with. This worksheet gives attention to text gaps, which can be found within the short story, in the way that they can be seen as 'adjunctive structures' and can be used for text work in groups.

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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,7, University of Cologne, language: English, abstract: Modernism is widely acknowledged as probably the most important and influential artistic-cultural phenomenon of the twentieth-century, whether it is considered primarily as a movement, a period, a genre, a style or an ideology (cf. Poplawski 2003, p. 5). In order to find out what is so special about the literary period between 1901 and 1939 extra-literary developments and contexts as well as thematic and formal innovations according to modernism will be considered at first in this paper. Afterwards the modernist short story, as an important 'invention' of modernist writers, and its main characteristics and features are of interest. In this respect some writers of the modernist era, such as Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, Sherwood Anderson etc., and some of their short stories will be considered to get a completed picture of the topic. Katherine Mansfield, one of the great Modernist innovators of twentieth-century English literature, plays a central role in this regard. After a biographical overview her contribution to the 'invention' of the short story with special interest to characteristic features of her way of writing will be presented. Finally, the aim should be to explore how one of Katherine Mansfield's last short stories 'The Fly' can be used for English language teaching. At first a short plot summary and various kinds of interpretations are given to get at the real meaning of the story. Then a concrete example of classroom treatment, including a worksheet, will be dealt with. This worksheet gives attention to text gaps, which can be found within the short story, in the way that they can be seen as 'adjunctive structures' and can be used for text work in groups.

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Literary Modernism: Katherine Mansfield and the...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,7, University of Cologne, language: English, abstract: Modernism is widely acknowledged as probably the most important and influential artistic-cultural phenomenon of the twentieth-century, whether it is considered primarily as a movement, a period, a genre, a style or an ideology (cf. Poplawski 2003, p. 5). In order to find out what is so special about the literary period between 1901 and 1939 extra-literary developments and contexts as well as thematic and formal innovations according to modernism will be considered at first in this paper. Afterwards the modernist short story, as an important 'invention' of modernist writers, and its main characteristics and features are of interest. In this respect some writers of the modernist era, such as Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, Sherwood Anderson etc., and some of their short stories will be considered to get a completed picture of the topic. Katherine Mansfield, one of the great Modernist innovators of twentieth-century English literature, plays a central role in this regard. After a biographical overview her contribution to the 'invention' of the short story with special interest to characteristic features of her way of writing will be presented. Finally, the aim should be to explore how one of Katherine Mansfield's last short stories 'The Fly' can be used for English language teaching. At first a short plot summary and various kinds of interpretations are given to get at the real meaning of the story. Then a concrete example of classroom treatment, including a worksheet, will be dealt with. This worksheet gives attention to text gaps, which can be found within the short story, in the way that they can be seen as 'adjunctive structures' and can be used for text work in groups.

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