Die ´´Beard Brush´´ von OAK hält den Bart in Form, macht ihn weicher, entfernt lose Barthaare und Hautschuppen. Das Griffstück aus geölter Eiche liegt durch seine Größe gut in der Hand, damit du die Bürste kräftig durch de
Das ´´Beard Oil´´ von OAK macht deinen Bart geschmeidig weich. Das Barthaar wird umschlossen und scharfkantige Enden werden nach dem Trimmen versiegelt. Dei Bart lässt sich so leichter Kämmen und legt sich besser an. Auf der Haut zieht es schnell
Dein Bart kommt nicht nur mit Essen, Getränken oder Rauch in Kontakt. Auch Pflegeprodukte wie Öl oder Wachs bleiben im Barthaar zurück. Der ´´Beard Wash´´ von OAK reinigt deinen Bart und dein Gesicht schonend von den Spuren des Tages und der
This episode of The Adventures of Sam Spade first aired on August 8, 1948. Dashiell Hammett´s classic detective burst out of the pages of The Maltese Falcon and into his own radio series on July 12, 1946. Featuring Howard Duff as Spade and Lureen Tuttle as his faithful secretary, Effie, the series appeared on three different radio networks: ABC (1946), CBS (1946-49), and NBC (1949-51). Toward the end of the series´ run, Steve Dunne replaced Howard Duff in the title role. The program won a 1947 Edgar Award for Best Radio Drama. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/radi/000150/rt_radi_000150_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Being a teenager is difficult enough, but having to go through puberty while realising you´re in the wrong body comes with a whole new set of problems: bullying, self-doubt and, in some cases, facing a physical and medical transition. Alex is an ordinary young 20-something: he likes pugs, donuts and retro video games, and he sleeps with his socks on. He´s also transgender and was born female. He´s been living as a male for the past few years and has recently started his physical transition. In this audiobook Alex shares what it means to be in his shoes as well as his personal advice to other trans young people. Above all, he will show that every step in his transition is another step towards happiness. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alex Bertie. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hkid/000266/bk_hkid_000266_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Susie´s topic this week is married gay men and the women who love them. With his wife Dina by his side, New Jersey Governor James McGreevy came out to his constituents and resigned office in the same speech. At the same time, more and more closted gay men are being busted by their wives who search the Web sites they visit. The whole situation reminds Susie of an old essay she wrote called ´´I Got This Way from Kissing Donahue´´, where she recounts her stint as a guest on a Phil Donahue Show about homosexuality in straight marriages. Then, in her Try This at Home mailbag, Susie answers a letter from a man who would like a little more wet in his wet dreams. Don´t forget, you can send your confidential questions and feedback about the show to Susie@audible.com. (Episode 176) Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/041008/pf_suzy_041008_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Learning is the soul of our species. From our first steps to our last words, we are what we learn. Our education predicts how much we´ll earn, how content we will be, even how long we´ll live. But for all its obvious importance, learning has lost touch with human progress. We live in an information age, work in a knowledge economy, yet our schools are relics of an industrial era. In Natural Born Learners, education insider Alex Beard takes us on a dazzling tour of the future of learning to show how we can - and why we must - do better. Weaving together expert insight, entertaining anecdote and intelligent research, Beard leads us from the crowded corridors of a London comprehensive to the high-tech halls of Silicon Valley, through the exam factories of South Korea to the inclusive classrooms of Finland to reveal that today we stand on the cusp of a learning revolution. Tackling everything from artificial intelligence to our growing understanding of the infant brain, from the roots of creativity to the way classrooms can be unwitting engines of extremism, this book is a user´s guide to transforming learning in the twenty-first century and roadmap to accessing our better future selves.
This collection of the Adventures of Sam Spade contains five episodes of the classic radio series:The Blue Beard Caper (8/8/1948)The Critical Author Caper (8/15/1948)The Vaphio Cup Caper (8/22/1948)The Lawless Caper (8/29/1948)The Lazarus Caper (9/12/1948)These programs feature Dashiell Hammett´s classic detective, who burst from the pages of The Maltese Falcon. Howard Duff plays Spade and Lureen Tuttle is his faithful secretary, Effie. The series appeared on three different radio networks: ABC (1946), CBS (1946-49), and NBC (1949-51). Toward the end of the series´ run, Steve Dunne replaced Howard Duff in the title role. The program won a 1947 Edgard Award for Best Radio Drama. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/radi/000201/rt_radi_000201_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.