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John Smedley  Pullover Marcus Crew stricken
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John Smedley Pullover Marcus Crew stricken Grau In Herrengrößen erhältlich. EU XL. Jetzt Marcus Crew stricken von John Smedley auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen! 5% Rabatt mit Code: 5PE2

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John Smedley  Pullover Marcus Crew stricken
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John Smedley Pullover Marcus Crew stricken Grau In Herrengrößen erhältlich. EU XXL. Jetzt Marcus Crew stricken von John Smedley auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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John Smedley  Pullover Marcus Crew stricken
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John Smedley Pullover Marcus Crew stricken Grau In Herrengrößen erhältlich. EU XL. Jetzt Marcus Crew stricken von John Smedley auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Arantes, Lydia Maria: Verstrickungen
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Erscheinungsdatum: 15.01.2017, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Verstrickungen, Titelzusatz: Kulturanthropologische Perspektiven auf Stricken und Handarbeit, Autor: Arantes, Lydia Maria, Verlag: Panama Verlag // Merkel, Marcus, u. Dominik Scholl, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Stricken // Handarbeit // Textiles Gestalten // Textilarbeit // Sozial // und Kulturanthropologie // Ethnographie // Arbeits- // Wirtschafts // und Organisationspsychologie // Wirtschaftstheorie und // philosophie // Wirtschaftssysteme und // strukturen // und Kulturgeschichte, Rubrik: Basteln // Handarbeiten, Seiten: 350, Gewicht: 464 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Weber, Marcus O.: Wirkerei und Strickerei
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Erscheinungsdatum: 04.07.2014, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Wirkerei und Strickerei, Titelzusatz: Ein Leitfaden für Industrie und Handel, Auflage: 6. Auflage von 2014 // 6. völlig überarbeitete und aktualisierte Auflage, Autor: Weber, Marcus O. // Weber, Klaus-Peter, Verlag: Deutscher Fachverlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Stricken // Design // Textildesign // Textilindustrie // Fertigungstechnik // Bekleidung // Mode // Entwurf // Beruf // Karriere // Mode und Bekleidung // Textilien und Fasern // Fertigungstechnik und Ingenieurwesen // Schule und Lernen: Berufsausbildung // Ratgeber: Karriere und Erfolg, Rubrik: Berufsschulbücher, Seiten: 264, Gewicht: 779 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Sugarman: Sugarman Series, Book 1 , Hörbuch, Di...
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When kidnappers dump their hostage’s body in the Rio Grande, grief-stricken border agent Dominic de Leon promises to bring justice to those beyond the reach of the law."Kill them all."The dying wish of a man who has lost everything he held dear. The words are spoken to Dominic de Leon, a border patrol agent who is no stranger to death. Dom’s life has been ugly. From his father’s belt to the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, he has been a victim and the instrument of violence. Now, he will visit it upon the people who have taken his brother from him.An insurgency is raging on the border, but outside of the law, Dom will have to be an army of one, waging a war for revenge at night and fighting a battle for fatherhood in the day.The odds are stacked against, but Dom has never been one to worry about danger. His word is what matters most to him, and his word says that he will kill them all.Praise for the book:“Vincent Vargas finds the perfect amalgamation between the Army Rangers and US Border patrol!” (The NY Times Editor Sandy Wilson)"Vince's writing is raw and powerful..." (Jocko Willink, The New York Times best-selling author)"Geraint Jones’s work is powerful and poignant.” (The Times magazine)“Raw and brilliant.” (Tom Marcus, former MI-5 agent and international best-selling author) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Neill Thorne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/180412/bk_acx0_180412_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Biopunk: Solving Biotech's Biggest Problems in ...
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Bill Gates recently told Wired that if he were a teenager today, he would be hacking biology. 'If you want to change the world in some big way,' he says, 'that's where you should start-biological molecules.' The most disruptive force on the planet resides in DNA. Biotech companies and academic researchers are just beginning to unlock the potential of piecing together life from scratch. Champions of synthetic biology believe that turning genetic code into Lego-like blocks to build never-before-seen organisms could solve the thorniest challenges in medicine, energy, and environmental protection. But as the hackers who cracked open the potential of the personal computer and the Internet proved, the most revolutionary discoveries often emerge from out-of-the-way places, forged by brilliant outsiders with few resources besides boundless energy and great ideas. In Biopunk, Marcus Wohlsen chronicles a growing community of DIY scientists working outside the walls of corporations and universities who are committed to democratizing DNA the way the Internet did information. The 'biohacking' movement, now in its early, heady days, aims to unleash an outbreak of genetically modified innovation by making the tools and techniques of biotechnology accessible to everyone. Borrowing their idealism from the worlds of open-source software, artisinal food, Internet startups, and the Peace Corps, biopunks are devoted advocates for open-sourcing the basic code of life. They believe in the power of individuals with access to DNA to solve the world's biggest problems. You'll meet a new breed of hackers who aren't afraid to get their hands wet, from entrepreneurs who aim to bring DNA-based medical tools to the poorest of the poor to a curious tinkerer who believes a tub of yogurt and a jellyfish gene could protect the world's food supply. These biohackers include: -A duo who started a cancer drug company in their kitchen -A team who built an open-source DNA copy machine -A woman who developed a genetic test in her apartment for a deadly disease that had stricken her family Along with the potential of citizen science to bring about disruptive change, Wohlsen explores the risks of DIY bioterrorism, the possibility of genetic engineering experiments gone awry, and whether the ability to design life from scratch on a laptop might come sooner than we think.

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Belief
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Four months have passed since merciless serial killer Ethan Hunt was captured. In that time Marcus Kline has been caring for his cancer-stricken wife, and trying to rebuild his life - and the lives of those around him.

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Biopunk: Solving Biotech's Biggest Problems in ...
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Bill Gates recently told Wired that if he were a teenager today, he would be hacking biology. 'If you want to change the world in some big way,' he says, 'that's where you should start-biological molecules.' The most disruptive force on the planet resides in DNA. Biotech companies and academic researchers are just beginning to unlock the potential of piecing together life from scratch. Champions of synthetic biology believe that turning genetic code into Lego-like blocks to build never-before-seen organisms could solve the thorniest challenges in medicine, energy, and environmental protection. But as the hackers who cracked open the potential of the personal computer and the Internet proved, the most revolutionary discoveries often emerge from out-of-the-way places, forged by brilliant outsiders with few resources besides boundless energy and great ideas. In Biopunk, Marcus Wohlsen chronicles a growing community of DIY scientists working outside the walls of corporations and universities who are committed to democratizing DNA the way the Internet did information. The 'biohacking' movement, now in its early, heady days, aims to unleash an outbreak of genetically modified innovation by making the tools and techniques of biotechnology accessible to everyone. Borrowing their idealism from the worlds of open-source software, artisinal food, Internet startups, and the Peace Corps, biopunks are devoted advocates for open-sourcing the basic code of life. They believe in the power of individuals with access to DNA to solve the world's biggest problems. You'll meet a new breed of hackers who aren't afraid to get their hands wet, from entrepreneurs who aim to bring DNA-based medical tools to the poorest of the poor to a curious tinkerer who believes a tub of yogurt and a jellyfish gene could protect the world's food supply. These biohackers include: -A duo who started a cancer drug company in their kitchen -A team who built an open-source DNA copy machine -A woman who developed a genetic test in her apartment for a deadly disease that had stricken her family Along with the potential of citizen science to bring about disruptive change, Wohlsen explores the risks of DIY bioterrorism, the possibility of genetic engineering experiments gone awry, and whether the ability to design life from scratch on a laptop might come sooner than we think.

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