Angebote zu "Raymond" (5 Treffer)

111 Gründe, Darts zu lieben
6,99 € *
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Gordon Shumway erzählt die Entstehungsgeschichte des Darts-Sports, er erklärt die Regeln und die Finessen des Spiels. Er kennt das beste Spielgerät und weiß um die täglichen Übungseinheiten, ohne die kein Pfeil trifft, wie sein Werfer will. Er erklärt, was der Darts-Spieler meint, wenn er ´7 Leben´ oder ´Shanghai´ sagt. Er kennt alle Tricks und die Geschichten um das Spiel herum. Er berichtet von den legendären Helden wie Leighton Rees, Eric Bristow und John Lowe. Er porträtiert auch die aktuellen Stars der Szene: Phil ´The Power´ Taylor und ´Barney´ Raymond van Barneveld, mit denen er seit Jahren befreundet ist. Er erzählt die mythischen Geschichten, berichtet von den Hintergründen des Sports und wirft mit Anekdoten, Fakten und Kenntnissen um sich, die jeden Zuhörer fesseln müssen. Und das alles in einer flotten Schreibe, der man den Ursprung des alten englischen Kneipenspiels anmerkt: rau und schnörkellos, direkt und treffsicher, mit Humor und Leidenschaft. Wer nach der Lektüre des Buches nicht den Drang verspürt, mit Pfeilen nach einer Scheibe zu werfen, sollte zum Arzt gehen.

Anbieter: Thalia.de
Stand: 19.04.2017
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Gordon Shumway: 111 Gründe, Darts zu lieben
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Anbieter: eBook.de
Stand: 12.04.2017
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Lyall Watson als Taschenbuch von
29,99 € *
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Lyall Watson:Botany, Ethology, Anthropology, Paleontology, Raymond Dart, International Whaling Commission

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: 22.05.2017
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Fossil Chronicles
27,00 € *
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Two discoveries of early human relatives, one in 1924 and one in 2003, radically changed scientific thinking about our origins. Dean Falk, a pioneer in the field of human brain evolution, offers this fast-paced insider¿s account of these discoveries, the behind-the-scenes politics embroiling the scientists who found and analyzed them, and the academic and religious controversies they generated. The first is the Taung child, a two-million-year-old skull from South Africa that led anatomist Raymond Dart to argue that this creature had walked upright and that Africa held the key to the fossil ancestry of our species. The second find consisted of the partial skeleton of a three-and-a-half-foot-tall woman, nicknamed Hobbit, from Flores Island, Indonesia. She is thought by scientists to belong to a new, recently extinct species of human, but her story is still unfolding. Falk, who has studied the brain casts of both Taung and Hobbit, reveals new evidence crucial to interpreting both discoveries and proposes surprising connections between this pair of extraordinary specimens.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 24.05.2017
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The Fossil Chronicles
28,99 € *
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Two discoveries of early human relatives, one in 1924 and one in 2003, radically changed scientific thinking about our origins. Dean Falk, a pioneer in the field of human brain evolution, offers this fast-paced insider´s account of these discoveries, the behind-the-scenes politics embroiling the scientists who found and analyzed them, and the academic and religious controversies they generated. The first is the Taung child, a two-million-year-old skull from South Africa that led anatomist Raymond Dart to argue that this creature had walked upright and that Africa held the key to the fossil ancestry of our species. The second find consisted of the partial skeleton of a three-and-a-half-foot-tall woman, nicknamed Hobbit, from Flores Island, Indonesia. She is thought by scientists to belong to a new, recently extinct species of human, but her story is still unfolding. Falk, who has studied the brain casts of both Taung and Hobbit, reveals new evidence crucial to interpreting both discoveries and proposes surprising connections between this pair of extraordinary specimens.

Anbieter: Thalia.de
Stand: 09.05.2017
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