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If you were murdered by a stranger, wouldn't you want the chance to be able to come back and find out who killed you? And why? J was born blind, but she could "see" things. Her gift has always helped the police find such things as missing persons, serial killers...a ghost or two. Detective Kiel Stark has worked homicide for eight years, but he has never met this mysterious Seer his fellow officers claim could almost perform miracles. Not until a gruesome triple homicide has his superiors calling in the reserved woman to help with the case. Now Stark is faced with a double threat. Not only is he finding himself dangerously attracted to the enigmatic beauty, but she could very well discover his own carefully guarded secret - a secret that could bring an end to his career, his way of life, and any future he had hoped to have. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Guy Veryzer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/081299/bk_acx0_081299_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: When Shakespeare wrote his first sonnets, probably in the early 1590s, he was making a contribution to a genre that had existed in English for not much more than 50 years. In that time, however, the sonnet had become extraordinarily fashionable. Shakespeare's sonnets were published in 1609 in a quarto volume by Thomas Thorpe. The volume that Thorpe set forth is made up of 154 numbered poems which we consider today the Shakespearian sonnets. The 154 poems can be divided into two inter-connected sequences: Whereas the first 126 sonnets seem to be addressed to a young man, a certain Mr. W. H., whom the speaker encourage to marry in order to project his beauty and worth into the future, the remaining 28 are addressed to an older woman who provokes lust and revulsion in the speaker, this woman is generally called the 'Dark Lady'. The major aim of this paper is to focus on two of these 154 sonnets: sonnet 12 and 73. First, their form and content will be described. Afterwards, we will take a look at the sonnets' metaphors. Then, in the fourth chapter, I would like to offer interpretations of both. The paper will close with a comparison of both sonnets showing similarities and differences concerning form, content and metaphors.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. "To Ramona" is a folk waltz written by Bob Dylan for his fourth studio album, Another Side of Bob Dylan. The song is one of the many on the album to highlight the more personal, and less political, side of Dylan''s songwriting that would become evermore prominent in the future. The song also makes many allusions to Dylan''s personal relationship with fellow folk singer Joan Baez, at the time of its composition and subsequent release. In Rightwing Bob A.J. Weberman states that the song is about Chloe Kiel, who Dylan wrote about in Chronicles: "Chloe, a Southern girl with Northern blood" as Ramona contains the line "returning back to the South." It is another example of the G, G6, G7 melodic motif Dylan uses pervasively on the record. A cover version of the song was recorded by The Flying Burrito Brothers on their 1971 self-titled album.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ulrich Schnauss (born 1977) is an electronic musician and producer based in Germany. Ulrich Schnauss was born in the northern German seaport of Kiel in 1977. He became interested in a range of music: My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Tangerine Dream, Chapterhouse, and early bleep & breakbeat tracks. There was not much opportunity to see his musical influences in Kiel, so he moved to Berlin in 1996.Ulrich's musical output began under the pseudonyms of View to the Future and Ethereal 77. These electronica and drum-driven pieces were noticed by Berlin electronica label CCO (City Centre Offices), to which Schnauss sent CD's on a regular basis. Ulrich developed these submissions to CCO into his first album under his own name, Far Away Trains Passing By, released in Europe in 2001, and in the United States in 2005.
This is a book about faces in everyday objects. It is also a book about planting trees - since 100% of the profits will be donated to a tree-planting charity. Most of all, however, this is a book about discovering and using one’s personal tools and abilities for something that matters. The quality of these pages is not in what they display, how they look, or what they generate, but rather it is in what they represent: turning something trivial into a method of action. This is our planet, this is our future, and this is our chance to design it the way we want it to be. The trick is to not succumb to the overwhelming helplessness we are confronted with, but to do what we understand as right and towards that which we care about. We don’t all have to take the exact same measures, such as eating vegan or cycling to work - but we should all do something - since everyone can make a difference. Manuel Kretzer is Professor for Material and Technology at the Dessau Department of Design, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. Vanessa Schnurre is an artistic advisor and Assistant Professor for Communications Design at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel. All profits generated from the sale of these books will be donated to the organisation Plant-for-the-Planet, which plants trees as both a practical and symbolic action in efforts to reduce the effects of climate change.
Since the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis in late 2013, relations between the EU and Ukraine have changed fundamentally. The Ukrainian crisis has developed into a deep conflict between “the West” and Russia. In 2014 the EU and Ukraine signed the Association Agreement, and the EU has promised strong support of Ukraine’s inner reforms with a view to further approximation to the EU.The present volume contains presentations held at an interdisciplinary Conference organized by the Institute of East European Law at the University of Kiel in 2014. It includes presentations by diplomats from the EU, Germany and Ukraine as well asanalyses by political scientists, economists and lawyers. Some papers give a general overview and also show certain differences in the evaluation of developments. Other papers deal with more specific issues, illustrating both the complexity of Ukrainianreforms and the need for a more coherent and effective support strategy of the EU. The purpose of the volume is to give a structured and balanced picture of the present stateof EU-Ukrainian relations with a view to future perspectives. For the publication, the papers have been updated and a post-script has been added.