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50s Sadie Knitted Top in Ivory
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33,56 € *
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Collectif loves TopVintage and TopVintage loves Collectif! Eine innige Freundschaft die eine wunderbare Zusammenarbeit und Kollektion ergeben hat und exklusiv bei Collectif und TopVintage erhältlich ist! Dieses 50s Sadie Knitted Top in Ivory hat eine hübsche, runde Halslinie und ist geschmückt mit auffälligen Knöpfen in Holz-Optik. Und auch das feine Rippmuster und die schöne Farbe machen dieses Top zu einem Must-have. Hergestellt aus einer geschmeidigen und weichen, dehnbaren Viskosemischung die herrlich angenehm ist. Die schöne Sadie wird perfekt zu den anderen Sachen aus der fantastischen Retro Fair Kollektion passen! * Runde Halslinie * Zierknöpfe * Ausreichend lang, du kannst es zu einer Hüfthose tragen

Anbieter: Topvintage
Stand: 09.08.2020
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The Path to Wealth and Financial Freedom: All A...
9,95 € *
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How will you support yourself or your family without a job? What is your backup plan for dealing with financial emergencies or hardship? What will my expenses in retirement be? How much debt do I have? How can I boost retirement income? What about early retirement? Is it even possible? It is everyone's dream to retire early. To some, it's a fairy tale that you see in movies and not for reality. The likes of Mark Zuckerberg and the other game changers in businesses seem like a long shot for ordinary individuals with ordinary skills. You can have a great idea, but the chance of that becoming Facebook or Twitter level is pretty steep. But is it possible to never work again at some point and still maintain your lifestyle? Without going into any illegal/extreme high risk trade, the answer to retiring early is a big yes. There have been many people who are able to retire early, not by kidnapping rich kids, smuggling drugs, or illegal ivory. The answer is very simple but difficult to manage for most people. When you look at those who are able to retire early, they were able to do so only because of sound financial planning and management. There is no magic formula that will make you rich and not work. This is just simple common sense that is just hard to apply in real life. This book will guide you through the process of getting to retire early and enjoy the benefits. There is no shortcut but merely seizing opportunities that other people fail to capitalize on. The sooner you apply these principles; the sooner your retirement will be. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joshua Rockey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/111027/bk_acx0_111027_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Crisis on Campus
6,40 CHF *
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A provocative look at the troubled present state of American higher education and a passionately argued and learned manifesto for its future. In Crisis on Campus, Mark C. Taylor—chair of the Department of Religion at Columbia University and a former professor at Williams College—expands on and refines the ideas presented in his widely read and hugely controversial 2009 New York Times op-ed. His suggestions for the ivory tower are both thought-provoking and rigorous: End tenure. Restructure departments to encourage greater cooperation among existing disciplines. Emphasize teaching rather than increasingly rarefied research. And bring that teaching to new domains, using emergent online networks to connect students worldwide. As a nation, he argues, we fail to make such necessary and sweeping changes at our peril. Taylor shows us the already-rampant consequences of decades of organizational neglect. We see promising graduate students in a distinctly unpromising job market, relegated—if they're lucky—to positions that take little advantage of their training and talent. We see recent undergraduates with massive burdens of debt, and anxious parents anticipating the inflated tuitions we will see in ten or twenty years. We also see students at all levels chafing under the restrictions of traditional higher education, from the structures of assignments to limits on courses of study. But it doesn't have to be this way. Accommodating the students of today and anticipating those of tomorrow, attuned to schools' financial woes and the skyrocketing cost of education, Taylor imagines a new system—one as improvisational, as responsive to new technologies and as innovative as are the young members of the iPod and Facebook generation. In Crisis on Campus, we have an iconoclastic, necessary catalyst for a national debate long overdue.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Crisis on Campus
5,70 € *
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A provocative look at the troubled present state of American higher education and a passionately argued and learned manifesto for its future. In Crisis on Campus, Mark C. Taylor—chair of the Department of Religion at Columbia University and a former professor at Williams College—expands on and refines the ideas presented in his widely read and hugely controversial 2009 New York Times op-ed. His suggestions for the ivory tower are both thought-provoking and rigorous: End tenure. Restructure departments to encourage greater cooperation among existing disciplines. Emphasize teaching rather than increasingly rarefied research. And bring that teaching to new domains, using emergent online networks to connect students worldwide. As a nation, he argues, we fail to make such necessary and sweeping changes at our peril. Taylor shows us the already-rampant consequences of decades of organizational neglect. We see promising graduate students in a distinctly unpromising job market, relegated—if they're lucky—to positions that take little advantage of their training and talent. We see recent undergraduates with massive burdens of debt, and anxious parents anticipating the inflated tuitions we will see in ten or twenty years. We also see students at all levels chafing under the restrictions of traditional higher education, from the structures of assignments to limits on courses of study. But it doesn't have to be this way. Accommodating the students of today and anticipating those of tomorrow, attuned to schools' financial woes and the skyrocketing cost of education, Taylor imagines a new system—one as improvisational, as responsive to new technologies and as innovative as are the young members of the iPod and Facebook generation. In Crisis on Campus, we have an iconoclastic, necessary catalyst for a national debate long overdue.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.08.2020
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