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Isbjörn - Kid's Expedition Hard Shell Pant - Sk...
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Funktionelle Skihose für Kinder für hohe Ansprüche - Farbe: Rosa/Schwarz; Gr: 134/140; Highlights: Schneefang, Belüftungs-RV, Hosenträger, Wasserdicht, Kantenschutz, Winddicht; geeignet für Snowboard, Skitouren, Ski; Material: Hauptmaterial: 100% Polyamid, Materialbehandlung: getapte Nähte, Materialbehandlung: Bionic Finish Eco; Weitere Top-Angebote von Isbjörn im Online-Shop von Bergfreunde.de bestellen!

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NEVER SUMMER ROOSTER Wakeboard 2018 - 143
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In Verbindung mit unserem legendären Snowboard-Flex und kombiniert mit einem einzigartigen 7-Stufen-Rocker gleitet das Rooster auf dem Wasser und sorgt für wahnsinnigen Pop. Die Micro-Channels bieten einen soliden Kantenhalt und halten das Board stabil. Der härtere Flex verleiht dem Rooster Pop und Stabilität bei höheren Airs. Die einzigartige PE Seitenwange ist 50% Stabiler als ABS.Eigenschaften:- Top Kante für Inverts- Einsatzbereich : Inverts und Boot - CORE: wood-glass-carbon- FLEX: Hard bis Medium  - Matte PBT top/base- CARBON POWER STRINGERS- 16 M6 INSERTS- PE SIDEWALL- 4 Finnen  .0,9"- Hand Made in USA

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Isbjörn - Kid's Expedition Hard Shell Pant - Sk...
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Funktionelle Skihose für Kinder für hohe Ansprüche - Farbe: Schwarz/Blau/Grau; Gr: 134/140; Highlights: Schneefang, Belüftungs-RV, Hosenträger, Wasserdicht, Kantenschutz, Winddicht; geeignet für Snowboard, Skitouren, Ski; Material: Hauptmaterial: 100% Polyamid, Materialbehandlung: getapte Nähte, Materialbehandlung: Bionic Finish Eco; Weitere Top-Angebote von Isbjörn im Online-Shop von Bergfreunde.de bestellen!

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No Turning Back: One Man's Inspiring True Story...
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The word conquer has changed meaning for Bryan Anderson. As a U.S. army sergeant in Iraq, it meant taking down the enemy. After becoming Iraq’s fourth triple amputee from a roadside explosive, what he had to conquer got a bit more personal. On October 23, 2005, the moment Bryan looked down and realized he no longer had legs, he cracked a joke. It was a tragedy that could break many, but Bryan transformed it into something positive, something that propelled him forward. Despite grueling surgeries and rehabilitation, his goal has always been bigger than simply walking again. Making the most of life, he went for it, learning how to snowboard, water-ski, rock climb, and skateboard with his condition - even winning himself some gold medals to place next to his Purple Heart. In this inspiring memoir, Bryan shares his infectious love for life that touches anyone who’s faced hardship. Anyone, in any circumstance, can overcome the toughest challenges, by not just surviving, but thriving. No Turning Back is a testament to pure hard work, perseverance, and hope for a better life - no matter what shape it takes. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bryan Anderson, Gary Sinise (foreward). Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/017337/bk_adbl_017337_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Beyond the High Blue Air , Hörbuch, Digital, 1,...
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When Lu Spinney's 29-year-old son, Miles, flies up on his snowboard, "he knows he is not in control as he is taken by force up the ramp," writes his mother, "skewing sideways as his board clips the edge and then he is hurtling, spinning up, up into the free blue sky ahead.... " He lands hard on the ice and falls into a coma. Thus begins the erratic loss - Miles first in a coma and then trapped in a fluctuating state of minimal consciousness - that unravels over the next five years. Spinney, her husband, and three other children put their lives on hold to tend to Miles at various hospitals and finally in a care home, holding out hope that he will be returned to them. With blunt precision, Spinney chronicles her family's intimate experience. And yet, as personal a book as this is, it offers universal meaning, presenting an eloquent and piercing description of what it feels to witness an intimate become unfamiliar. This is a story about ambiguous loss: the disappearance of someone who is still there. Three quarters of the way through, however, Spinney's story takes a turn. The family and, to the degree that he can communicate, Miles himself come to view ending his life as the only possible release from the prison of his body and mind. Cutting her last thread of hope, Spinney wishes for her son to die, and yet even as she allows this difficult revelation to settle, she learns that this is not her decision to make. Because Miles is diagnosed as being in a "minimally conscious state" rather than a "persistent vegetative state", there is no legal way to bring about his death - a bewildering paradox that Spinney navigates with compassion and wisdom. This profound book encompasses the lyrical revelations of a memoir like Jean-Dominique Bauby's The Diving Bell and the Butterfly as well as the crucial medical and moral insights of a book like Atul Gawande's Being Mortal. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Henrietta Meire. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/010243/bk_blak_010243_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Controlling in ski resorts
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Scholary Paper aus dem Jahr 2004 im Fachbereich Wirtschaft - Controlling, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 1,0, Veranstaltung: Controlling in der Praxis, 24 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Anmerkungen: with thematic interviews, examples out of the practice (Zugspitzbahn) , Abstract: In the last 50 years winter sport became a major economical size in mountain regions, especially in the European Alps and the Rocky Mountains. Until 1979 a lot of new ski resorts were developed. At the beginning of the 80¿s the politicians intervened in the wild extension in the Alps and organized the development of this natural space. The rapid expansion was finished.1 In the 80¿s and 90¿s, the enterprises began to integrate further parts of the value chain. Pure lift operators became big ski resort companies. From the beginning of the 90¿s the growth of winter sportsmen stagnated.2 In total there are about 32 million skiers in Europe.3 Nowadays it is nearly impossible to open new resorts. Consequently the ski resort companies are more asked to improve their services, make up combinations with other resorts, built up co- operations or downsize the companies to compete with other ski resorts in the mountains. This market is really hard battled and the suppliers try to find their niches like family-, pure sport- or snowboard resorts. They started to concentrate on their core competencies at the end of the 90¿s and invested huge amounts of money to upgrade the important transport possibilities like chair lifts or gondolas in the whole resorts. Most of the smaller and middle sized ski resorts work with deficit.4 This made it extremely important in the 90¿s for businesses to introduce new divisions in the organizational structure to control and support the management.5 Nowadays only about 50 percent of the ski resorts know Controlling as a division of the management; therefore they often invest money without knowing the affects of it.6 The increasing importance of Controlling in ski resorts is shown by the fact that PwC Switzerland has got an own team for this subject. Due to the shortness of this seminar paper there is only a coarse outline of the subject with a focal point on medium and big sized companies represented with it.

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No Turning Back: One Man's Inspiring True Story...
14,90 CHF *
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The word conquer has changed meaning for Bryan Anderson. As a U.S. Army Sergeant in Iraq, it meant taking down the enemy. After becoming Iraq's fourth triple amputee from a roadside explosive, what he had to conquer got a bit more personal. On October 23, 2005, the moment Bryan looked down and realized he no longer had legs, he cracked a joke. It was a tragedy that could break many, but Bryan transformed it into something positive, something that propelled him forward. Despite grueling surgeries and rehabilitation, his goal has always been bigger than simply walking again. Making the most of life, he went for it, learning how to snowboard, water-ski, rock climb, and skateboard with his condition-even winning himself some gold medals to place next to his Purple Heart. In this inspiring memoir, Bryan shares his infectious love for life that touches anyone who's faced hardship. Anyone, in any circumstance, can overcome the toughest challenges, by not just surviving, but thriving. No Turning Back is a testament to pure hard work, perseverance, and hope for a better life-no matter what shape it takes.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Controlling in ski resorts
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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Business economics - Controlling, grade: 1,0, Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences, course: Controlling in der Praxis, 24 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In the last 50 years winter sport became a major economical size in mountain regions, especially in the European Alps and the Rocky Mountains. Until 1979 a lot of new ski resorts were developed. At the beginning of the 80¿s the politicians intervened in the wild extension in the Alps and organized the development of this natural space. The rapid expansion was finished.1 In the 80¿s and 90¿s, the enterprises began to integrate further parts of the value chain. Pure lift operators became big ski resort companies. From the beginning of the 90¿s the growth of winter sportsmen stagnated.2 In total there are about 32 million skiers in Europe.3 Nowadays it is nearly impossible to open new resorts. Consequently the ski resort companies are more asked to improve their services, make up combinations with other resorts, built up co- operations or downsize the companies to compete with other ski resorts in the mountains. This market is really hard battled and the suppliers try to find their niches like family-, pure sport- or snowboard resorts. They started to concentrate on their core competencies at the end of the 90¿s and invested huge amounts of money to upgrade the important transport possibilities like chair lifts or gondolas in the whole resorts. Most of the smaller and middle sized ski resorts work with deficit.4 This made it extremely important in the 90¿s for businesses to introduce new divisions in the organizational structure to control and support the management.5 Nowadays only about 50 percent of the ski resorts know Controlling as a division of the management; therefore they often invest money without knowing the affects of it.6 The increasing importance of Controlling in ski resorts is shown by the fact that PwC Switzerland has got an own team for this subject. Due to the shortness of this seminar paper there is only a coarse outline of the subject with a focal point on medium and big sized companies represented with it.

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Controlling in ski resorts
12,40 € *
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Scholary Paper aus dem Jahr 2004 im Fachbereich Wirtschaft - Controlling, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 1,0, Veranstaltung: Controlling in der Praxis, 24 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Anmerkungen: with thematic interviews, examples out of the practice (Zugspitzbahn) , Abstract: In the last 50 years winter sport became a major economical size in mountain regions, especially in the European Alps and the Rocky Mountains. Until 1979 a lot of new ski resorts were developed. At the beginning of the 80¿s the politicians intervened in the wild extension in the Alps and organized the development of this natural space. The rapid expansion was finished.1 In the 80¿s and 90¿s, the enterprises began to integrate further parts of the value chain. Pure lift operators became big ski resort companies. From the beginning of the 90¿s the growth of winter sportsmen stagnated.2 In total there are about 32 million skiers in Europe.3 Nowadays it is nearly impossible to open new resorts. Consequently the ski resort companies are more asked to improve their services, make up combinations with other resorts, built up co- operations or downsize the companies to compete with other ski resorts in the mountains. This market is really hard battled and the suppliers try to find their niches like family-, pure sport- or snowboard resorts. They started to concentrate on their core competencies at the end of the 90¿s and invested huge amounts of money to upgrade the important transport possibilities like chair lifts or gondolas in the whole resorts. Most of the smaller and middle sized ski resorts work with deficit.4 This made it extremely important in the 90¿s for businesses to introduce new divisions in the organizational structure to control and support the management.5 Nowadays only about 50 percent of the ski resorts know Controlling as a division of the management; therefore they often invest money without knowing the affects of it.6 The increasing importance of Controlling in ski resorts is shown by the fact that PwC Switzerland has got an own team for this subject. Due to the shortness of this seminar paper there is only a coarse outline of the subject with a focal point on medium and big sized companies represented with it.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 21.10.2020
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No Turning Back: One Man's Inspiring True Story...
16,99 € *
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The word conquer has changed meaning for Bryan Anderson. As a U.S. Army Sergeant in Iraq, it meant taking down the enemy. After becoming Iraq's fourth triple amputee from a roadside explosive, what he had to conquer got a bit more personal. On October 23, 2005, the moment Bryan looked down and realized he no longer had legs, he cracked a joke. It was a tragedy that could break many, but Bryan transformed it into something positive, something that propelled him forward. Despite grueling surgeries and rehabilitation, his goal has always been bigger than simply walking again. Making the most of life, he went for it, learning how to snowboard, water-ski, rock climb, and skateboard with his condition-even winning himself some gold medals to place next to his Purple Heart. In this inspiring memoir, Bryan shares his infectious love for life that touches anyone who's faced hardship. Anyone, in any circumstance, can overcome the toughest challenges, by not just surviving, but thriving. No Turning Back is a testament to pure hard work, perseverance, and hope for a better life-no matter what shape it takes.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 21.10.2020
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Controlling in ski resorts
14,99 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Business economics - Controlling, grade: 1,0, Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences, course: Controlling in der Praxis, 24 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In the last 50 years winter sport became a major economical size in mountain regions, especially in the European Alps and the Rocky Mountains. Until 1979 a lot of new ski resorts were developed. At the beginning of the 80¿s the politicians intervened in the wild extension in the Alps and organized the development of this natural space. The rapid expansion was finished.1 In the 80¿s and 90¿s, the enterprises began to integrate further parts of the value chain. Pure lift operators became big ski resort companies. From the beginning of the 90¿s the growth of winter sportsmen stagnated.2 In total there are about 32 million skiers in Europe.3 Nowadays it is nearly impossible to open new resorts. Consequently the ski resort companies are more asked to improve their services, make up combinations with other resorts, built up co- operations or downsize the companies to compete with other ski resorts in the mountains. This market is really hard battled and the suppliers try to find their niches like family-, pure sport- or snowboard resorts. They started to concentrate on their core competencies at the end of the 90¿s and invested huge amounts of money to upgrade the important transport possibilities like chair lifts or gondolas in the whole resorts. Most of the smaller and middle sized ski resorts work with deficit.4 This made it extremely important in the 90¿s for businesses to introduce new divisions in the organizational structure to control and support the management.5 Nowadays only about 50 percent of the ski resorts know Controlling as a division of the management; therefore they often invest money without knowing the affects of it.6 The increasing importance of Controlling in ski resorts is shown by the fact that PwC Switzerland has got an own team for this subject. Due to the shortness of this seminar paper there is only a coarse outline of the subject with a focal point on medium and big sized companies represented with it.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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