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Shiseido Benefiance NutriPerfect Night Cream 50 ml
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PRODUKTBESCHREIBUNG BENEFIANCE NutriPerfect Night Cream von Shiseido ist eine leistungssstarke, feuchtigkeitsspendende und revitalisierende Nachtcreme der Pflegelinie Benefiance, die die reife Haut stärkt, festigt und regeneriert. Das Produkt trägt zur Milderung der Sichtbarkeit von Fältchen bei und sorgt für einen gleichmäßigen Hautton, sowie für eine verbesserte Elastizität der Haut. DERMATOLOGISCH GETESTET. ANWENDUNG UND WEITERE DETAILS Wenden Sie die Creme abends nach Reinigung, Softener und Ultimune Serum an, indem Sie eine geringe Menge des Produkts gleichmäßig über das Gesicht verteilen. Besonderheiten: Carnosine DP™ (zur Stärkung des hauteigenen Anti-Aging Systems); Multi-Vitamin BCE (eine leistungsstarke Nahrungsergänzung); entspannender Duft; Ergebnisse: starke und gefestigte Haut; Hauttyp: trockene bis sehr trockene Haut; normale Haut; bei Fältchen, Feuchtigkeitsmangel, Elastizitätsverlust, (50+); Ingredienzen: WATER(AQUA/EAU), BUTYLENE GLYCOL, GLYCERIN, DIMETHICONE, HYDROGENATED POLYISOBUTENE, GLYCERYL STEARATE SE, PEG-40 STEARATE, ISODECYL NEOPENTANOATE, MYRISTYL MYRISTATE, MINERAL OIL(PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM/HUILE MINERALE), CARNOSINE, LIMNANTHES ALBA (MEADOWFOAM) SEED OIL, BEHENYL ALCOHOL, STEARYL ALCOHOL, DIMETHYLACRYLAMIDE/SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYLTAURATE CROSSPOLYMER, MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX(CERA MICROCRISTALLINA/CIRE MICROCRISTALLINE), CETYL ALCOHOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, PARAFFIN, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM), METHYLPARABEN, CITRIC ACID, SORBITAN TRISTEARATE, ERYTHRITOL, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE u.a. HOCHWERTIGE GESICHTSPFLEGE MIT DEN PRODUKTEN VON SHISEIDO Falls Sie nach einer zeitlos schönen Haut voller Vitalität streben, dann werden Sie mit Benefiance NutriPerfect Night Cream von Shiseido immer die richtige Wahl treffen. Gönnen Sie sich die erstklassige Nachtpflege, die Sie verdienen, und genießen Sie am Morgen eine jugendliche Ausstrahlung, die außer Atem lässt. "

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Shiseido Benefiance NutriPerfect Night Cream 50 ml
63,73 € *
zzgl. 4,90 € Versand

PRODUKTBESCHREIBUNG BENEFIANCE NutriPerfect Night Cream von Shiseido ist eine leistungssstarke, feuchtigkeitsspendende und revitalisierende Nachtcreme der Pflegelinie Benefiance, die die reife Haut stärkt, festigt und regeneriert. Das Produkt trägt zur Milderung der Sichtbarkeit von Fältchen bei und sorgt für einen gleichmäßigen Hautton, sowie für eine verbesserte Elastizität der Haut. DERMATOLOGISCH GETESTET. ANWENDUNG UND WEITERE DETAILS Wenden Sie die Creme abends nach Reinigung, Softener und Ultimune Serum an, indem Sie eine geringe Menge des Produkts gleichmäßig über das Gesicht verteilen. Besonderheiten: Carnosine DP™ (zur Stärkung des hauteigenen Anti-Aging Systems); Multi-Vitamin BCE (eine leistungsstarke Nahrungsergänzung); entspannender Duft; Ergebnisse: starke und gefestigte Haut; Hauttyp: trockene bis sehr trockene Haut; normale Haut; bei Fältchen, Feuchtigkeitsmangel, Elastizitätsverlust, (50+); Ingredienzen: WATER(AQUA/EAU), BUTYLENE GLYCOL, GLYCERIN, DIMETHICONE, HYDROGENATED POLYISOBUTENE, GLYCERYL STEARATE SE, PEG-40 STEARATE, ISODECYL NEOPENTANOATE, MYRISTYL MYRISTATE, MINERAL OIL(PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM/HUILE MINERALE), CARNOSINE, LIMNANTHES ALBA (MEADOWFOAM) SEED OIL, BEHENYL ALCOHOL, STEARYL ALCOHOL, DIMETHYLACRYLAMIDE/SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYLTAURATE CROSSPOLYMER, MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX(CERA MICROCRISTALLINA/CIRE MICROCRISTALLINE), CETYL ALCOHOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, PARAFFIN, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM), METHYLPARABEN, CITRIC ACID, SORBITAN TRISTEARATE, ERYTHRITOL, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE u.a. HOCHWERTIGE GESICHTSPFLEGE MIT DEN PRODUKTEN VON SHISEIDO Falls Sie nach einer zeitlos schönen Haut voller Vitalität streben, dann werden Sie mit Benefiance NutriPerfect Night Cream von Shiseido immer die richtige Wahl treffen. Gönnen Sie sich die erstklassige Nachtpflege, die Sie verdienen, und genießen Sie am Morgen eine jugendliche Ausstrahlung, die außer Atem lässt. "

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The Mythology of the Trojan War: The History an...
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Perhaps the most famous epic poems ever written, the Iliad and the Odyssey have been read for nearly 3,000 years, making them some of the oldest written works in the Western world. The poems made characters like Paris, Helen, Odysseus, Achilles, Hector, and Ajax instantly recognizable, and they also influenced other ancient poets like Virgil, whose Aeneid is clearly modeled after them. The epic poems also literally put Troy on the map, motivating Heinrich Schliemann to search for and ultimately find the city of Troy in the 19th century. Believed to have been penned around the eighth century BCE or seventh century BCE, the Iliad and the Odyssey served as both entertainment and a moral guidebook of sorts for the ancient Greeks, as well as the foundation for Western literature. Although there is some scholarly debate regarding the epic's authorship, it is generally attributed to Homer. Given that he lived nearly 2800 years ago, not much is actually known about Homer; even his birthplace is debated, but due to the dialect of Greek in which the works attributed to him were written, it is generally believed that he lived in Iona. The only other aspect of Homer's life that is generally agreed upon is that he was a blind poet, possibly also a bard. That naturally raises the question of how he wrote his epic poetry, but scholars assume he probably dictated them to a scribe, as the format suggests they were comprised from various shorter forms of oral poetry. Even people who don't know much about ancient Greek mythology can probably still name Achilles, the Trojan Horse, and a number of other gods that play a part in the story of the Trojan War. The enduring nature of this story led to many great people claiming descent from one of the characters found within it; for example, Alexander the Great was said to have slept with a copy of Homer's Iliad every night during his campaigns, a description of the legendary war tha 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/080837/bk_acx0_080837_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Kashi: Kaale Mandir Ka Rahasya  (Harappa, Book ...
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Kashi - Secret of the Black Temple is part 3 of the Harappa Series, written by Vineet Bajpai. It is a fiction novel that blends mythology and history with a modern-day thriller.1699 BCE, the Marshes of Aryavarta – As the titanic waves of pralay swallow city after city, a final battle for the Ark and the Earth begins. A ruthless barbarian-king threatens the very existence of mankind, heralding Kaliyuga - the eon of Kali.2017, Banaras – A sacred nakshatra erupts in the night sky as the fateful, prophesied hour arrives. A God-sacrifice turns into a horrific raakshasa-bali, even as the devta uncovers the bloodstained chronicles of a sinister Brotherhood.AD 762, the Rashtrakuta Empire - The mighty Prithvivallabha receives a mysterious visitor from the holy city. The sovereign is entrusted with an ancient secret, setting him on the path of a legendary, impossible quest.2017, New York City – A sixth-generation billionaire receives a phone call from the Big Man. The Overlords of the New World Order unleash their last lethal bid. Mumbai underworld joins forces with the messenger of the Devil himself.Will Vidyut survive his decisive war with the Brotherhood? What is the gruesome truth behind Europe’s 14th century Black Death? Listen to witness the final war between light and darkness, good and evil, Gods and demons.Kashi is the sequel to the first two books of the series, namely Harappa – Curse of the Blood River and Pralay – the Great Deluge. Please note: This audiobook is in Hindi. 1. Hindi. Sandeep Bhatt. http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/050766/bk_adbl_050766_sample.mp3.

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The Seleucid Empire: The History of the Empire ...
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In 323 BCE, Alexander the Great was on top of the world. Never a man to sit on his hands or rest upon his laurels, Alexander began planning his future campaigns, which may have included attempts to subdue the Arabian Peninsula or make another incursion into India. But fate had other plans for the young Macedonian king. One night, while feasting with his admiral Nearchus, he drank too much and took to bed with a fever. At first, it seemed like the fever was merely a consequence of his excess, and there was not much concern for his health, but when a week had elapsed and there was still no sign of his getting better, his friends and generals began to grow concerned. The fever grew, consuming him to the point that he could barely speak. After two weeks, on June 11, 323 BC, Alexander the Great, King of Macedon, Hegemon of the League of Corinth, King of Kings, died. On his deathbed, some historians claim that when he was pressed to name a successor, Alexander muttered that his empire should go "to the strongest". Other sources claim that he passed his signet ring to his general Perdiccas, thereby naming him successor, but whatever his choices were or may have been, they were ignored. Alexander's generals, all of them with the loyalty of their own corps at their backs, would tear each other apart in a vicious internal struggle that lasted almost half a century before four factions emerged victorious: Macedonia, the Seleucid Empire in the east, the Kingdom of Pergamon in Asia Minor, and the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt. During the course of these wars, Alexander's only heir, the posthumously born Alexander IV, was murdered, extinguishing his bloodline for ever. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim D Johnston. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/075039/bk_acx0_075039_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Diadochi: The History of Alexander the Grea...
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In 323 BCE, Alexander the Great was on top of the world. Never a man to sit on his hands or rest upon his laurels, Alexander began planning his future campaigns, which may have included attempts to subdue the Arabian Peninsula or make another incursion into India. But fate had other plans for the young Macedonian king. One night, while feasting with his admiral Nearchus, he drank too much and took to bed with a fever. At first, it seemed like the fever was merely a consequence of his excess, and there was not much concern for his health, but when a week had elapsed and there was still no sign of his getting better, his friends and generals began to grow concerned. The fever grew, consuming him to the point that he could barely speak. After two weeks, on June 11, 323 B.C., Alexander the Great, King of Macedon, Hegemon of the League of Corinth, King of Kings, died.On his deathbed, some historians claim that when he was pressed to name a successor, Alexander muttered that his empire should go “to the strongest”. Other sources claim that he passed his signet ring to his general Perdiccas, thereby naming him successor, but whatever his choices were or may have been, they were ignored. Alexander’s generals, all of them with the loyalty of their own corps at their backs, would tear each other apart in a vicious internal struggle that lasted almost half a century before four factions emerged victorious: Macedonia, the Seleucid Empire in the east, the Kingdom of Pergamon in Asia Minor, and the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt. During the course of these wars, Alexander’s only heir, the posthumously born Alexander IV, was murdered, extinguishing his bloodline for ever.Although it was an incredibly important period in world history, it is sometimes as confusing as it is frustrating for historians because the allegiances of the generals changed constantly and historical sources are often biased in some regards and utterly lacking in others. Although none of these men 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Houle. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/185855/bk_acx0_185855_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Violence (Film)
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Violence (1947) is an American drama film noir directed by Jack Bernhard. The drama features Nancy Coleman, Michael O'Shea and Sheldon Leonard. Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance. The term comes from a Greek word meaning "action", which is derived from "to do". The enactment of drama in theatre, performed by actors on a stage before an audience, presupposes collaborative modes of production and a collective form of reception. The structure of dramatic texts, unlike other forms of literature, is directly influenced by this collaborative production and collective reception. The early modern tragedy Hamlet (1601) by Shakespeare and the classical Athenian tragedy Oedipus the King (c. 429 BCE) by Sophocles are among the masterpieces of the art of drama. A modern example is Long Day's Journey into Night by Eugene O Neill (1956).

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The Ancient Egyptian Netherworld Books
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Darnell and Darnell present the first, complete English translation of the ancient Egyptian books of the Netherworld, originally composed during the middle of the second millennium BCE. These texts contain philosophical and theological speculation about the inner workings of the cosmos, particularly the events of the solar journey through the twelve hours of the night. The Netherworld Books describe one of the central mysteries of Egyptian religious belief-the union of the solar god Re with the underworldly god Osiris-and provide information on aspects of Egyptian theology and cosmography not present in more widely read texts, such as the Book of the Dead.

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IZ~ The Izzy Story - Book 1 Encounters
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IZ~ The Izzy Story consists of a series of books that describe the life and adventures of Izzy, his loyal friends and, few but deadly, enemies. There is humor and drama, woven through scientifically imagined possibilities that question the origin and of our myths and legends. This introductory book describes the first encounters of Izzy with the Good , the Bad and the Earthlings and lays the basis for subsequent books in the series. 'Encounters,' consists of 5 chapters from different times and locations. It weaves a tale around Izzy's life and how he lost a precious possession while on a mission to Earth with his companions. Their plan was to develop a vaccine to cure a plague that was rampant on their home planet Authair. Each chapter further develops a mystery surrounding the discovery of a curiously crafted artifact. Chapter 1, 'Attack,' reveals that Izzy Tzeus, was created by a lab accident at the Ponce Heidon Institute of Genetic Research on Planet Authair. Surprisingly he's found to be half cat, half iguana with a trace of Authairian blood and was named because Ponce kept asking, 'What is he?' He uses telepathic powers and can communicate with any life form. Izzy surprises everyone including himself when he learns he can produce a sound capable of subduing enemies and saving lives. For those who don't believe such a small creature's sound could be so potent, in Chapter 2 'Skeptical', older Izzy attempts to prove it is true. He also provides evidence of the team's visit to prehistoric Earth through a gift he received from Kurl Tszargon. Kurl depicted Izzy's life story by engraving an ancient Authairian script around a plate's edge. This precious gift was lost during the volcanic eruption in Santorini around 1600 BCE. But shortly after the eruption, a broken fragment is recovered by a Welsh sailor, Illiachus, who believes it is a gift from the gods. It is eventually rediscovered in 2000 CE at Stonehenge by Tasy, a terrier belonging to Dee, an archaeology coed attending Bournemouth University. Her professor, Geoffrey Devans, once he recovers from the shock of his student 'stealing' an artifact from the earth at Stonehenge hypothesizes the artifact was fabricated during the Bronze Age in Wales but composed of materials known to have only recently been developed here on Earth. The script around the edge resembles Linear A, so professor and student travel to Santorini to have Dee's grandfather, Aristotle Maritimis, attempt to translate it's message. They are joined by Thorf Serendopolis, an archaeology student who has just arrived in Santorini from Princeton University to conduct his PhD research who shortly before leaving for Greece, had discovered he has a strange allele on his DNA that may account for his superior intellect and athletic prowess. On arriving at Santorini, Thorf has a déjà vu feeling that haunts him. That night he has a series of nightmares about riots and a plague in a distant world, then about a young girl gathering firewood on a beach. The origin of the dream is realized in Chapter 5. The young girl's grandfather, Illiachus, recites a fireside ballad to the children of his clan about his encounters with human-like creatures and a dragon that descend to Earth and bargain with him, and how he survives the destruction of Santorini and finds a treasure made by the gods. Book 2, 'Creation' continues the story.

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