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Real-Encyclopädie für Bibel und Talmud: Abt. II. Die talmudischen Artikel A-Z. 1883
Author: Jacob Hamburger
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Year: 1883
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Weihnachtsbacken von A-Z
Author: Dr. Oetker
Publisher: Edel:Books
ISBN: 3767012359
Pages: 288
Year:
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Für Liebhaber süßer Sachen ist die Zeit vor Weihnachten die beste Zeit des Jahres, weil Plätzchen, Stollen und Weihnachtskuchen zu ihr gehören, wie die Kerzen auf dem Adventskranz. Jetzt backen sogar jene, die Weihnachten ansonsten nicht viel abgewinnen können. Denn die mehr als 200 Rezepte schmecken zum Tee so gut wie zum Glühwein, in der Arbeitspause so anregend wie abends beim Fernsehen. Stimmungsvolle Fotos, Vorlagen, Tipps und Abwandlungen machen Lust, mal etwas Neues auszuprobieren. Aber auch die Klassiker finden Sie hier. Lassen Sie sich inspirieren und freuen Sie sich auf glänzende Augen.
Glutenfrei Kochen und Backen für Kinder
Author: Sigrid Soeffker, Christiane Schäfer
Publisher: GRÄFE UND UNZER
ISBN: 3833833793
Pages: 128
Year: 2012-10-08
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Kinder haben ihre eigenen Bedürfnisse und dies gilt besonders für ihre Ernährung. Jede Zelle, vom Knochen bis zu den Nervenzellen, ist auf Wachsen ausgerichtet. Eine optimale Entwicklung kann nur eine optimale Versorgung mit Nährstoffen garantieren. Diese Herausforderung nehmen Eltern gerne an. Doch was tun, wenn die Diagnose einer Lebensmittelunverträglichkeit oder -allergie gestellt wird. Welche Lebensmittel sind noch erlaubt? Wie bringe ich die Ernährung der restlichen Familie mit der Diätkost in Einklang? Darf nie wieder ein Kindergeburtstag besucht werden? Um glutenfrei zu kochen und besonders zu backen ist eine große Umstellung notwendig. Sehr viele allgegenwärtige Lebensmittel und beliebte Rezepte sind tabu. Doch mit etwas Übung und glutenfreien Rezepten stehen bald neue Lieblingsrezepte auf dem Tisch und selbst die optimale Nährstoffversorgung ist garantiert. Zum Geburtstag gibt es einen bunten Kuchen und zu Weihnachten Vanillekipferl. Und alles gelingt ohne Fertigmehlmischung.
Landfrauenbacken von A-Z
Author: Dr. Oetker
Publisher: Edel:Books
ISBN: 3767012294
Pages: 288
Year: 2011-11-23
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Genuss und Gemütlichkeit pur! Von Landfrauen inspiriert und von Dr. Oetker getestet. Mehr als 200 Backrezepte sorgen für unverfälschten Genuss und ländliche Gemütlichkeit. Festliche Torten oder Kuchen und Kleingebäck für jeden Tag. Hier finden Jung und Alt immer das passende Gebäck.
'It is a New Kind of Diaspora'
Author: Riccardo Steiner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429915276
Pages: 232
Year: 2018-02-10
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The author, one of the most well known historians of psychoanalysis has in the numerous papers in this volume traced the relationship between psychoanalysis and the larger cultural sphere with clarity and erudition. This, the first book he has written, examines the effects of the "new diaspora" in the field - the emigration of German and Austrian analysts during the Nazi persecution, especially to London. In particular he draws upon the correspondence between Ernest Jones and Anna Freud to illuminate the attitudes of those two central figures to "the politics of emigration". Together with other sources, including the correspondence between Jones and Brill, Sigmund Freud and others, as well as further archival documents, Steiner brilliantly describes the tensions and ambiguities that persisted in London and elsewhere during the pre-war period - and which sowed the seeds of wartime "Controversial Discussions". "It is a New Kind of Diaspora": Explorations in the Sociopolitical and Cultural Context of Psychoanalysis is sure to become a classic text in the history of psychoanalysis.
Teenie
Author: Christopher Grant
Publisher: Ember
ISBN: 0375854908
Pages: 272
Year: 2012-01
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High school freshman Martine, longing to escape Brooklyn and her strict parents, is trying to get into a study-abroad program but when her long-time crush begins to pay attention to her and her best friend starts an on-line relationship, Teenie's mind is on anything but her grades.
Schnell und Einfach von A-Z
Author: Dr. Oetker
Publisher: Edel:Books
ISBN: 3767015455
Pages: 288
Year: 2014-09-15
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Keine Zeit? Zaubern geht auch in einer halben Stunde. Irgendwas ist immer: Entweder kommen gleich die Kinder aus der Schule oder zwischen Arbeit und Sportstudio war mal wieder der übliche Stau. Zum Kochen ist schon fast keine Zeit mehr. Genau für diese alltäglichen Stresssituationen sind in diesem Buch auf 288 Seiten viele abwechslungsreiche Rezepte zusammengestellt, mit denen sich in 30 Minuten eine tolle Mahlzeit auf den Tisch zaubern lässt. Von A wie Asiatisches Lammfleisch bis Z wie Züricher Geschnetzeltes finden sich tolle Ideen für Sandwiches, Salate, Suppen, Hauptgerichte und Desserts. Gut gegen den Hunger und perfekt für das Timing.
Ways To Live Forever
Author: Sally Nicholls
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545365791
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-03-01
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From award-winning author Sally Nicholls, her debut novel about a boy's last months with leukemia. 1. My name is Sam. 2. I am eleven years old. 3. I collect stories and fantastic facts. 4. I have leukemia. 5. By the time you read this, I will probably be dead. Living through the final stages of leukemia, Sam collects stories, questions, lists, and pictures that create a profoundly moving portrait of how a boy lives when he knows his time is almost up.
Group Relations Conferences
Author: Eliat Aram
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429914385
Pages: 320
Year: 2018-02-10
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This book is a compilation of chapters based on presentations at the third Group Relations (GR) international meeting in Belgirate, Italy in November 2009, plus a number of pieces from participants reflecting on their experience of the meeting. The book takes yet another step in continuing the discourse, which began in 2003, articulating the relevance of the GR conference method and the timeliness of its application globally. The chapters in the book deal with the personal as well as the organisational journeys of GR practitioners and examine these through the lens of tradition, succession and creative application. The authors are experienced Group Relations practitioners internationally and together they enrich further the tapestry of GR model and its application and potential.
Love Under Fire
Author: Barbara Cartland
Publisher: Barbara Cartland Ebooks Ltd
ISBN: 1788670590
Pages: 298
Year: 2018-05-01
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Waif-like beauty Elvina is tiny and immature after years of malnourishment and indeed she looks far younger than her seventeen years.Weak, however, she is not. Hardened by years of beatings and abuse at the hands of her half-crazed Portuguese stepmother and sickened by her father’s constant drunken behaviour, Elvina is determined to escape Lisbon and flee to her native England.Despite the dangers of the Napoleonic War, which is raging in Spain and Portugal, she dyes her skin to make herself look Portuguese and stows away aboard the yacht of the handsome and heroic Lord Wye, bound for London with urgent dispatches from the Duke of Wellington to the Prime Minister.When she is discovered on board, the kindly Lord Wye believes her story that she is a thirteen-year-old fleeing the War to join her English sister and takes pity on her.He agrees that he will take her to England in his yacht, but first he must call in to Spain for more intelligence to show the Prime Minister and the weather suddenly becomes increasing tempestuous.And amid a terrible storm at sea and captured by the French only to fight their way free, a deep friendship under fire is kindled between Elvina and Lord Wye and soon becomes an all-consuming love when they arrive back in England.And then other dangers to their love for each other begin to emerge.
Socioanalytic Methods
Author: Susan Long
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429919352
Pages: 352
Year: 2018-05-01
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Socioanalysis is the study of groups, organisations, and society using a systems psychoanalytic framework: looking beneath the surface (and the obvious) to see the underlying dynamics and how these dynamics are interconnected. This book examines several of the methodologies used in socioanalytic work. Even though the beginnings of socioanalytic investigation lay in the mid-twentieth century, a broad look across several methodologies has not been done before, despite separate publications dealing with particular methods. In addition, several new methods have been developed in recent years, which the present work incorporates.Connecting all these methods is their aim of 'tapping into' the dynamic operation of what the author calls 'the associative unconscious' within and between social systems. The associative unconscious is the unconscious at a systemic level. Each of the methods discussed in this book accesses the associative unconscious in different ways. They help bring hidden dynamics to the surface for people to see how they influence, aid, or inhibit their activities. Excitingly, they can show what we know at some level but have not yet been able to use. And, because the methods explore social systems, they can contribute to new collaborative endeavours for thinking the future.
The Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships
Author: Robert Firestone, Joyce Catlett
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 1855756056
Pages: 442
Year: 2009
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Author, artist, and clinical psychologist Robert W. Firestone and collaborator Joyce Cattlet dig deep into the psychology of destructive behavior--both its source and how it manifests itself in personal relationships between men, women, couples, and families, and in the social arena. They posit that if we can understand the source of aggressiveness and learn to cope with the urges it impels, we can better rear future generations and improve mental health practices in general. This position offers a hope of altering what many people consider to be humankinds's basically unethical nature.
Layered
Author: Tessa Huff
Publisher: Abrams
ISBN: 1613129432
Pages: 288
Year: 2016-04-19
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It’s time to venture beyond vanilla and chocolate and take your baking skills up a notch. We’re talking layers—two, three, four, or more! Create sky-high, bakery-quality treats at home with Tessa Huff’s 150 innovative recipes, which combine new and exciting flavors of cake, fillings, and frostings—everything from pink peppercorn cherry to bourbon butterscotch, and pumpkin vanilla chai to riesling rhubarb and raspberry chocolate stout. Including contemporary baking methods and industry tips and tricks, Layered covers every decorating technique you’ll ever need with simple instructions and gorgeous step-by-step photos that speak to bakers of every skill level—and to anyone who wants to transform dessert into layer upon layer of edible art.
Regretting Motherhood
Author: Orna Donath
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1623171377
Pages: 272
Year: 2017
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Women who opt not to be mothers are frequently warned that they will regret their decision later in life, yet we rarely talk about the possibility that the opposite might also be true-that a woman who becomes a mother might regret it. Sociologist Orna Donath dispels the silence around this profoundly taboo subject in a powerful work that draws from her years of research interviewing women who wish they had never become mothers.Donath treats regret as a feminist issue- as regret marks the road not taken, we need to consider whether alternative paths for women may currently be blocked off. Donath asks that we pay attention to what is forbidden by our contemporary rules governing motherhood, time, and emotion, including the cultural assumption that motherhood is a "natural" role for women-for the sake of all women, not just those who regret becoming mothers. Donath finds that the women in her study became mothers for a wide variety of reasons- some did so to avoid divorce, exclusion from their family, or alienation from their friends; others did not think about it at all, but accepted it as the "next step" of what society considers to be a normal and natural life course. Others experinced regret despite initially having an strong desire to become mothers. Though they may love their children, these women each describe the agonizing guilt and suffering they have experienced as a result of becoming mothers, and consider the different ways they have each come to recognize and deal with these conflicts.If we are disturbed by the idea that a woman might regret becoming a mother, Donath says, our response should not be to silence and shame these women; rather, we need to ask honest and difficult questions about how society pushes women into motherhood and why those who reconsider it are still seen as a danger to the status quo. Groundbreaking, thoughtful, and provocative, this is an especially needed book in our current political climate, as women's reproductive rights continue to be at the forefront of nationwide debates.
The Primitive Edge of Experience
Author: Thomas H. Ogden
Publisher: Jason Aronson
ISBN: 0876682905
Pages: 244
Year: 1992-12-01
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'This is an extraordinary and exciting book, the work of a truly original and creative psychoanalytic theoretician and most astute clinician. Ogden continues to expand and to deepen his reformulations of the British object-relations theorists, M. Klein, W. R. Bion, D. W. Winnicott, W. R. D. Fairbairn, H. Guntrip, to illuminate further the world of internalized object relations. His concepts are evolutionary and at times revolutionary. Exploring the area of human experience that lies beyond the psychological territories addressed by the previous theorists, he introduces the concept of an autistic-contiguous mode as a way of conceiving of the most primitive psychological organization through which the sensory 'floor' of the experience of self is generated. He conceives of this mode as a sensory-dominated, presymbolic area of experience in which the most primitive form of meaning is generated on the basis of organization of sensory impressions, particularly at the skin surface. A major tenet in the book is a conceptualization of human experience throughout life as the product of a dialectical interplay among three modes of generating experience: the depressive, the paranoid-schizoid, and the autistic-contiguous. Each mode creates, preserves, and negates the other. No single mode of generating experience exists independently of the others. Psychopathology is conceptualized as a 'collapse' of the dialectic in the direction of one or another mode of generating experience. The outcome of such collapse may be entrapment in rigid, asymbolic patterns of sensation (collapse in the direction of the autistic-contiguous mode), or imprisonment in a world of omnipotent internal objects where thoughts and feelings are experienced as things and forces which occupy or bombard the self (collapse in the direction of paranoid-schizoid mode) or isolation of the self from lived experience and aliveness of bodily, sensations (collapse in the direction of the depressive mode). Ogden presents his unique development of the autistic-contiguous mode as the synthesis, interpretation, and extension of the works of D. Meltzer, E. Bick, and F. Tustin. He is careful to state that this psychological organization is a developing and ongoing) mode of generating experience and not a limited phase of development; an elaboration of this primitive organization is an integral part of normal development. All three modes are considered not 'positions' to be passed through, outgrown, or overcome, and relegated to the past, but as integral dimensions of present adult ego functioning. Sensory experience in an autistic-contiguous mode has rhythmicity that is becoming the continuity of being; it has boundedness that is the beginning of experience of the place where one feels things and lives; it has features such as shape, hardness, cold, warmth and texture, beginnings of the qualities of who one is. As his generous case examples aptly demonstrate, Ogden's theories are solidly grounded in his discerning work with a broad variety of patients. His brilliant pathfinding will enlighten and enrich the reader with invaluable insights. He will listen with new ears and with a fresh conceptual framework with which to comprehend the most primitive elements of human development and the complex interplay among the different modes of experience. This is a bold, important, instructive, and stimulating book of equally great clinical and theoretical applicability.' —The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association A Jason Aronson Book

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