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9 heiße Bücher, die du am besten alleine im Schlafzimmer liest

Vor einigen Jahren war gefühlt die ganze Welt von einem literarischen Phänomen besessen. Ich sah reihenweise Mütter im Freibad, die auf ihren Sonnenliegen rumhingen und in dem Buch blätterten, während ihre Kinder im Wasser plantschten. Ich sah, wie manche Leute im Zug oder Bus das Buch hinter anderen Büchern versteckten. Ich selbst lieh mir das Buch in der Bibliothek aus und las es während der Einführungswoche im Studium. Lass mich eins gleich mal klarstellen: Das Buch, von dem ich rede, war we...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Usa, Delta, Vox, Duke, Oliver, James, Welt, Claire, Phillip, Mann, Nicholas, Feuer, Daphne, Stein


When do you use et al. as opposed to listing out the authors? First names? Middle initials? Jr?

 If I was refering to the paper with bibtex entry: @misc{BCDDL-2018,  author    = {Jeffrey Bosboom and               Spencer Congero and               Erik D. Demaine and               Martin L. Demaine and               Jayson Lynch},  title     = {Losing at Checkers is Hard},  year      = {2018},  note      = {\newline\url{http://arxiv.org/abs/1806.05657}},}(The paper is here.)I would write Bosboom et al.~\cite{BCDDL-2018} proved that trying to lose at checkers (perhaps you are playing a child...
Tags: Google, Seo, Erdos, Baker, Michael J Fox, Robinson, Julia, Jr, Stein, NP, Vanessa Williams, Michael Fox, Christos, Hilbert, Ryan Williams, Alan Baker


The First Porsche at Indianapolis

(Editor’s note: This weekend the world celebrates the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500. Years ago we ran three features on major Porsche efforts at Indianapolis, and we’re re-running them today. While Porsche has had varying degrees of success at The Speedway in years gone by, we remain hopeful that one day the company will again expand its efforts into the greatest spectacle in motor racing. For now, please enjoy The First Porsche At Indianapolis, Politics Prevent Porsche Participation At ...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, California, France, Indiana, Indianapolis, Racing, United States, Porsche, Ford, Autos, Bill, Southern California, 1966, Albert, Stein


Ski Utah’s Favorite Brunch Spots

As your standard millennial female ski blogger, it’ll shock literally no one that I love brunch. Give me an extra-spicy bloody mary, a fancy eggs benedict and a side of bacon and I’m in. So now that we’re all settling into Utah’s mud season, and I’m cruising up to for afternoon laps instead of hustling for first chair, you can often find me on the weekends trying to persuade anyone and everyone to join me for an 11 a.m breakfast. Whether you’re in Park City, Salt Lake City or Ogden, there are ...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Shanghai, Salt Lake City, Silver Lake, Alta, Ogden, Provo, Courtney, Stein Eriksen Lodge, Stein, Heber Valley, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Ogden Valley


PBOT Commissioner has revealing, heated exchanges with bicycle advisory committee members

At her first visit to the Portland Bureau of Transportation Bicycle Advisory Committee Tuesday Night, Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty was asked about Portland’s vaunted Bicycle Plan for 2030. She said she’d never heard of it and that PBOT leadership hadn’t mentioned it to her yet. She also said, “I don’t think that’s going to happen,” when asked about progress toward meeting the plan’s signature goal of 25% cycling mode share. It was one of just several surprising exchanges at the meeting. All o...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Bac, Gould, David Stein, Clint, Stein, Culpepper, Jonathan Maus, PBOT, East Portland, Bureau of Planning, Hardesty, Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee


Historical Fiction Muellenbach, Ernst: Vom heissen Stein. V1 [German] 12.5.2012

Der historische Roman "Vom heissen Stein" (1897, 310 S.) von Ernst Muellenbach spielt im ersten Drittel des 17. Jh., während der Dreißigjährige Krieg bereits fast ein dutzend Jahre währte. Durch das Kriegsgeschehen war die Hexenverfolgung noch einmal mächtig angekurbelt worden, was sich auch im Spielverhalten der Kinder zeigt; der Titel bezieht sich nämlich auf ein beliebtes zeitgenössisches Kinderspiel namens 'Hexe und Freier': "Ich steh' allein, wer holt mich ein, Wer holt mich heim vom heiße...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Ritter, Stein, Freier, Teufel, Durch, Waage, Vom heissen Stein, Ernst Muellenbach, Dreißigjährige Krieg, Annahme dass Hexen, Wasser wie Holz


Stein Eriksen | The Godfather of Freeskiing

Thanks to his effortless grace and a good number of front flips, Norwegian Stein Eriksen, is often considered the father of freestyle skiing. With a solid Utah connection and an Olympic legacy, Stein forever shaped our sport… With his winning smile, dashing good looks and astonishing athleticism, Stein Eriksen left a prominent mark on the winter sports industry. Born in Oslo, Norway in 1927 to two passionate Nordic skiers, Eriksen began to ski as soon as he learned to walk and would eventuall...
Tags: Utah, Colorado, America, Sport, United States, Skiing, Michigan, Norway, Park City, Vermont, Sugarbush, Aspen, Park City Utah, Sun Valley, Stern, Eriksen


Powder People | Lexi Dowdall — Paint By Powder

The Ski Utah office has a fun tradition where everyone sets a ski or snowboard goal each season. In 2020, thanks to a global pandemic, I failed my goal to visit each of Utah's 15 ski areas... ROUND TWO Ski Utah Silver Pass in hand, I renewed my doomed 2020 goal for the 2021 season with the added challenge of painting all 15 ski areas. I was keen to find an emblematic view at each resort and capture it as best I could. I wanted to teach myself the art of painting mountains with my newly fou...
Tags: Utah, National Weather Service, Sport, Skiing, Brighton, Mother Nature, Alta, Holly, University of Utah, Claire, Salt Lake City Utah, Woodward, Wasatch Range, Northern Utah, Lexi, Stein


Hier eine Erinnerung daran, dass du es wert bist – gestern, heute & morgen

Der diesjährige Internationale Frauentag liegt jetzt hinter uns. Nun richten wir unsere Aufmerksamkeit auf die Zukunft. Obwohl wir gesellschaftlich konditioniert sind, „schön“ und „hässlich“ aus der Sicht einer anderen Person zu definieren, gibt es Anlass zu Zuversicht: Eine Gegenbewegung ist im Anmarsch, die bestehenden Schönheitsidealen die Stirn bietet. Wir feuern diese neuen Stimmen aktiv an und wollen diesen Tenor verstärken. Wir wollen hiermit auf keinen Fall zu vereinfacht ausdr...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kraft, Hier, Trotz, Rolle, Stein, Weise, Aufbau, Schule, Frau, Leser, Mädchen, Personen, Stell, Panzer


Roots Canada Spring Sale: Buy 3 Tees Get 1 Free + Save Up to 70% OFF Many Items

Roots Canada has an awesome Spring sale, where you can buy 3 tees and get 1 free on select adult styles! Also, save up to 70% off on many items. This offer includes graphic tees, sweatpants and sweatshirts and is valid for a limited time only, while quantities last. This Polartec® x Roots Journey Stein is on sale for only $49.98. You’re saving 43% off from the original price of $88.00! This Women’s Polartec® x Roots Journey Stein is made from recycled polyester fabric. This microfleece will ke...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Roots, Stein, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Canadian Discount Coupons Canada, Roots Canada, Journey Stein


Roots Canada Spring Sale: Save Up to 70% OFF Many Items Including Tees, Sweatpants & Sweatshirts

Roots Canada has an awesome Spring sale, where you can save up to 70% off on many items. This offer includes graphic tees, sweatpants and sweatshirts and is valid for a limited time only, while quantities last. This Polartec® x Roots Journey Stein is on sale for only $49.98. You’re saving 43% off from the original price of $88.00! This Women’s Polartec® x Roots Journey Stein is made from recycled polyester fabric. This microfleece will keep you warm throughout the colder seasons as it comes in...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Roots, Stein, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Canadian Discount Coupons Canada, Roots Canada, Journey Stein


Industry experts bullish on $500M KKR investment in Box, but stock market remains skeptical

When Box announced it was getting a $500 million investment from private equity firm KKR this morning, it was hard not to see it as a positive move for the company. It has been operating under the shadow of Starboard Value, and this influx of cash could give it a way forward independent of the activist investors. Industry experts we spoke to were all optimistic about the deal, seeing it as a way for the company to regain control, while giving it a bushel of cash to make some moves. However, earl...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, Private Equity, Box, KKR, Dfj, Aaron Levie, Stein, Josh Stein, Constellation Research, Dion Hinchcliffe, Alan Pelz Sharpe, Cloud Content Management, Pelz Sharpe


United States: Second Circuit Broadens "Predominantly Foreign" Exception, Limiting Reach Of U.S. Securities Laws - Jones Day

In Stein, the plaintiff, a Bermudan corporation, alleged that it had purchased shares in a Bermudan holding company that operated out of New York and invested in U.S. insurance services.
Tags: New York, News, United States, Stein


Under new cost-cutting Medicare rule: Same surgery, same place, different bill

A cost-saving change in Medicare launched in the final days of the Trump administration will cut payments to hospitals for some surgical procedures while potentially raising costs and confusion for patients. For years, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services classified 1,740 surgeries and other services so risky for older adults that Medicare would pay for them only when they were admitted to the hospital as inpatients. Under the new rule, the agency is beginning to phase out that requireme...
Tags: Health, News, California, Washington, Government, Sport, Cms, Soccer, Community, Medicare, Biden, Seniors, Trump, Medicare Advantage, Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services, Stein


NE 7th Avenue bike lane design in flux due to one business owner

PBOT draft recommendation with space for two business parking spots. BAC members and PBOT staff at the meeting Tuesday night. A new bridge for bicycling and walking will soon link 7th Avenue between the central eastside, the Lloyd and northeast neighborhoods. In advance of its opening the Portland Bureau of Transportation wants to make the bikeways on 7th as good as possible to keep the expected influx of riders safe and encourage as many of them as possible. With a $2 million budget ($5...
Tags: City, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Broadway, Projects, Bac, Woodlawn, Lloyd, Geller, David Stein, Stein, Portland Bureau of Transportation, 7th Avenue, Tillamook, Central City


Food delivery platforms are serving up smart campaigns: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Order up With millions of Americans sheltering in place, food delivery services have been some of the biggest winners of the pandemic era. Both DoorDash and Uber Eats ran Super Bowl ads, shelling out for the hefty placement price in additio...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, California, Advertising, Los Angeles, Fox, John, Ryan Reynolds, UC Berkeley, Ucla, Wayne, McDonald, Sloane, Stein, Garth, IPG


Democrats remain divided on how to progress with $15 minimum wage – live updates

Senior lawmakers appear to have abandoned plan to use tax penalty to force measure throughWhite House defends move not to sanction Saudi crown princeNew York attorney general seeks to investigate Cuomo sexual harassment claimsTrump grasps for relevance in first post-presidential speech at CPACSign up to receive First Thing – our daily briefing by email 12.11pm GMT Jeff Stein reports overnight for the Washington Post on the news that senior Democrat lawmakers appear to have abandoned a potent...
Tags: Obama, Washington Post, Senate, US, Joe Biden, US news, House, Donald Trump, Wyden, Bernie Sanders, Ron Wyden, Cuomo, Sanders, Stein, CPAC, Jason Furman


Biden's proposed Child Tax Credit increase in COVID relief plan gets support … and questions

I'm not sure if Luisa Madrid is a tax professional, but her winning caption for the New Yorker magazine contest sure hits home at filing season. One of the oldest tales of pushing the tax return envelope is taxpayers who try to claim pets as dependents. Children. They're a challenge. They're a joy. They cost a lot. A whole lot, if you ask parents. They also provide some tax breaks. And if the Biden Administration and some in Congress have their way, children could be worth even more in th...
Tags: Utah, Taxes, Congress, Washington Post, White House, Joe Biden, United States, Mitt Romney, Watson, Capitol Hill, Biden, Social Security Administration, Wall Street Journal, Irs, Cnbc, Washington D C


The 20 best Frankenstein films – ranked!

With Emma Stone lined up to play a female version of the monster in Poor Things, we rate a century’s worth of cinema inspired by Shelley’s novelDoctor Stein injects “DNA solution” into an African American multiple amputee (he is a Vietnam veteran), but there is an “RNA problem” and things go horribly wrong. This Blaxploitation attempt to do for Frankenstein what Blacula did for Dracula edges into this list only because its sheer ineptitude entertained me more than competently filmed snoozefests ...
Tags: Film, Fiction, Culture, Emma Stone, Vietnam, Horror Films, Frankenstein, SHELLEY, Stein, Victor Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, Blacula, Horror books


PBOT staff face Bicycle Advisory Committee hours after saying ‘no’ to bike lanes on Hawthorne

Looking east on Hawthorne near 35th. (Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Portland’s Bicycle Advisory Committee was supposed to discuss which type of bike lanes would work best on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard at their monthly meeting Tuesday night. Instead of an optimistic strategy session that might have ended with a letter from the group with a bike lane recommendation, the discussion was punctuated by frustration and anger as news sunk in that there would be no bike lanes on Hawthorne at all...
Tags: Google, Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Warner, Hull, Bac, Kingsley, Cesar Chavez, Hawthorne, David Stein, Stein, MacKenzie, Iain Mackenzie, Culpepper


5 Frauen erzählen, wie sie nach ihrer Entlassung wieder auf die Beine kamen

Eine Entlassung ist ohne Frage eines der stressigsten Erlebnisse, das dir im Laufe deiner Karriere widerfahren kann. Sie ist ein enormer Schlag, der für gewöhnlich dein Selbstvertrauen und deine finanzielle Situation erschüttert. Sie kann außerdem auch Hoffnungslosigkeit, Angst, Panik, Schock und Verleugnung hervorrufen. Leider werden viele von uns irgendwann im Zuge ihres Berufslebens freigesetzt. Angesichts der derzeit wütenden Pandemie und der wirtschaftlich schwierigen Lage, die in vielen Lä...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Zimmer, Stephanie, Arbeit, Wie, Panik, Rolle, Stein, Kopf, Vicky, Jahren, Wasser, Leider, Sorgen, Beine


Sony reveals more details on its secretive Vision-S sedan

Sony’s Vision-S prototype sedan, one of the biggest surprises at CES last year, didn’t fade away after the tech trade show ended. The Vision-S is back in a series of new videos released by Sony during 2021 CES, which kicked off Monday. Two videos show the Vision-S prototype driving on a private track and then public roads in Austria. But it’s a third, longer video (included below) that sheds more light on how Sony designed and developed the prototype, its partners and some of the tech that...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Ces, Austria, Automotive, Vodafone, Sony, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Continental, Bosch, Valeo, Stein, Magna, Magna Steyr, ZF Group


Unbound Edition Press Opens Submissions for Experimental Anthology

Acclaimed poet and critic Peter Campion to edit The whole of American literature might be seen as one extended experiment in finding a form for voices trying both to capture and pierce the nation’s cacophonous history and democracy. From Whitman’s constant revisions of Leaves of Grass to Stein’s authorial meditations in The Making of Americans, from Toni Morrisson’s interlaced points of view in The Bluest Eye to William Gass’s metafictional deep dig into the disappointed heart of America...
Tags: News, Fiction, Poetry, Poems, America, Experimental, Seo, Lgbtq, Campion, Stein, Whitman, Anthology, Peter Campion, BIPOC, Toni Morrisson, Cross Genre


The Different Sides of Deer Valley

Everybody’s heard of the Deer Valley Difference. Corduroy that’s the stuff of legends. Ski lodges with food that could make the cut at the finest dining establishments. Attentive staff happy to sweep each snowy chair with smiles on their faces. Without a doubt, The Difference is real, but there’s a lot more to than cruiser groomers and slopeside luxury. In addition to those perfect groomers with panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains and the Jordanelle Reservoir, you’ll find rock-lined ste...
Tags: Utah, Hollywood, Sport, Skiing, Lindsey Vonn, Fis, Silver Lake, Flagstaff, Bald Mountain, Stein, Deer Valley, Wasatch Mountains, Pompei, Snow Park, Jordanelle Reservoir, Keno


The Different Sides of Deer Valley Resort

Everybody’s heard of the Deer Valley Difference. Corduroy that’s the stuff of legends. Ski lodges with food that could make the cut at the finest dining establishments. Attentive staff happy to sweep each snowy chair with smiles on their faces. Without a doubt, The Difference is real, but there’s a lot more to than cruiser groomers and slopeside luxury. In addition to those perfect groomers with panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains and the Jordanelle Reservoir, you’ll find rock-lined ste...
Tags: Utah, Hollywood, Sport, Skiing, Lindsey Vonn, Fis, Silver Lake, Flagstaff, Bald Mountain, Stein, Deer Valley, Wasatch Mountains, Pompei, Snow Park, Jordanelle Reservoir, Keno


At long last in the public domain: "The Great Gatsby"!

New York Magazine on the books — from 1925 — that just entered the public domain: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, Ernest Hemingway’s In Our Time, Sinclair Lewis’ Arrowsmith, Aldous Huxley’s Those Barren Leaves, Agatha Christie’s The Secret of Chimneys.... More here, at Duke's Center for the Study of the Public Domain:The BBC’s Culture website suggested that 1925 might be “the greatest year for books ever,” and with good reason. It is not simply the vast a...
Tags: New York, Law, Bbc, Copyright, Santa Claus, American Dream, Kafka, Duke, Agatha Christie, New York Magazine, Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein, Hemingway, Daisy Buchanan, Scott Fitzgerald, Sinclair Lewis


What's inside a blobfish, the 'world's ugliest animal'

The blobfish was crowned the world's ugliest animal in 2013 — a title it still defends today. But drop this fellow 9,200 feet below sea level, and the water holds up all that flab like a push-up bra, making the fish a little more handsome. Between the skin and the muscles is a lot of fluid. And that's the secret to the fish's distinct appearance — and its survival. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video.Narrator: This creature was crowned the ...
Tags: Trends, David Stein, Stein, Blobfish, Sabrina Imbler Andrea Schmitz


Jodie Rogers: From Turkey Chili to Gooey Warm Cookies

Imagine feeding thousands of skiers at a dozen locations across five mountains every day? That's the life of Jodie Rogers. An Australian skier who found Utah over 20 years ago, Rogers brings a jovial spirit to her role as director of food and beverage for - staying on top of food trends, and making sure there's enough turkey chili at every lodge. As skiers, it's easy to take lunch for granted. But at a resort that has historically been acclaimed as a leader in food and hospitality, Rogers ...
Tags: Facebook, Utah, England, London, Australia, San Francisco, Sport, Skiing, New South Wales, Sydney, Argentina, Graham, Norway, Santa, Park City, Steve


Sushi, pasta and Paxo stuffing: what Britain’s top chefs eat at Christmas

From watermelon to tiramisu and Caribbean pepperpot, here are the festive home menus from Rick Stein, Angela Hartnett and many othersRick Stein, chef and founder of Rick Stein restaurants, nationwide I love it at Christmas, when there are festive lights all around the harbour and the pubs are at their cosiest. This year, I’m spending it at my cottage in Padstow. I’ll be cooking goose with sage and onion stuffing, potatoes roasted in goose fat with artichokes and parsnips and a melange of vegetab...
Tags: Food, Christmas, Life and style, Britain, Chefs, Caribbean, Cornish, Stein, Padstow, Rick Stein, Rick Stein Angela Hartnett


Radio embraces Christmas and the holidays with Sounds of the Season

One of the treats of the holidays is Sounds of the Season, which will once again be heard on Ken Borgers’ internet tribute to the original KNOB (now KLAX, 97.9 FM). You can find it — as usual — at www.JazzKnob.org. A separate, though very similar, version — also produced by Borgers —  will air concurrently on KSDS/San Diego (88.3 FM). The program is a 36-hour program that starts at noon on Christmas Eve and runs continuously through midnight on Christmas Day. It features some excellent jazz inst...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, San Diego, Long Beach, Hall of Fame, San Pedro, Kelly, Anaheim, KCBS, Niles, Signal Hill, Stein, Tom Kelly, Ken Peplowski