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Clemson, L: Trainer-Manual - Aktiv und sicher d...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 12/2018, Medium: Bundle, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Inhalt: Taschenbuch, Titel: Trainer-Manual - Aktiv und sicher durchs Leben mit dem LiFE Programm, Titelzusatz: Evidenzbasierte Sturzprophylaxe für Senioren, Originaltitel: Lifestyle-integrated Functional Exercise (LiFE) program to prevent falls: Trainer's manual., Autor: Clemson, Lindy // Munro, Jo // Fiatarone Singh, Maria // Schwenk, Michael // Nerz, Corinna, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Originalsprache: Englisch, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Ergotherapie // Beschäftigungstherapie // Alter // Gerontologie // Physikalische Therapie // Physiotherapie // Geriatrie // Medizin // Psychogeriatrie // MEDICAL // Allied Health Services // Physical Therapy // allgemein, Rubrik: Medizin // Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 114, Abbildungen: 27 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Informationen: Book + eBook, Gewicht: 261 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Clemson, L: Trainer-Manual - Aktiv und sicher d...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 12/2018, Medium: Bundle, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Inhalt: Taschenbuch, Titel: Trainer-Manual - Aktiv und sicher durchs Leben mit dem LiFE Programm, Titelzusatz: Evidenzbasierte Sturzprophylaxe für Senioren, Originaltitel: Lifestyle-integrated Functional Exercise (LiFE) program to prevent falls: Trainer's manual., Autor: Clemson, Lindy // Munro, Jo // Fiatarone Singh, Maria // Schwenk, Michael // Nerz, Corinna, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Originalsprache: Englisch, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Ergotherapie // Beschäftigungstherapie // Alter // Gerontologie // Physikalische Therapie // Physiotherapie // Geriatrie // Medizin // Psychogeriatrie // MEDICAL // Allied Health Services // Physical Therapy // allgemein, Rubrik: Medizin // Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 114, Abbildungen: 27 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Informationen: Book + eBook, Gewicht: 261 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Lindy Audiokonverter Pro SPDIF Digital -> Analo...
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Beschreibung Dieser professionelle Audiokonverter wandelt optische bzw. elektrische SPDIF-Signale in analoge Signale - die hohe Abtastrate bis 192KHz sorgt für besonders klare Audiowiedergabe. Features Konvertiert digitale optische Toslink bzw. elektrische coaxiale SPDIF Signale in analoge Audio-Stereosignale Eingänge, umschaltbar: 1x TosLink (Optical), 1x Digital Coaxial (RCA) Sampling-Frequenz: 32 - 192kHz Ausgänge: analog Stereo L & R (RCA Buchsen) Integrierte digitale interpolierende Filter und Digital/Analog Wandler (DAC) Abmessungen ca.: 46 x 46 x 24mm (BxTxH) Lieferumfang: Konverter im weißen Kunststoff-Designgehäuse, 5VDC Netzteil mit 4 Wechselsteckern für weltweiten Einsatz (Wechselstecker für Euro, UK, US und Australien/China), LINDY Manual

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Lindy Audiosplitter Toslink S/PDIF 4 Port Kompa...
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Beschreibung Kompakter 1:4 Port Audioverteiler für digitale optische (TosLink) Signale Dieser kleine Audiosplitter verteilt optische SPDIF-Signale von einer Quelle wie SAT-Receiver, DVD/BD-Player, Set Top Box, HDTV Receiver, PC, PS3 und ähnlichen und gibt Sie an vier Geräte parallel weiter. Features Verteiler für digitale optische Toslink SPDIF Signale Unterstützt unkomprimiertes 2-Kanal LPCM (Linear Pulse Code Modulation) und komprimierte Multi-Kanal Dolby und DTS-Audiosignale Eingang: 1x TosLink (Optical) Buchse Ausgänge: 4x TosLink (Optical) Buchse Abmessungen ca.: 85 x 85 x 34 mm (BxTxH) Lieferumfang: Konverter im weißen Kunststoff-Designgehäuse, 5VDC Netzteil mit 4 Wechselsteckern für weltweiten Einsatz (Wechselstecker für Euro, UK, US und Australien/China), LINDY Manual

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Lindy 39371 Konsolenerweiterungsglied Konsolen-...
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1920x1200 at distances of up to 50m (150 feet) using inexpensive CAT6 cable (not included). It supports HDMI signals including 3D, 1080p24 Blu-ray, audio and HDCP. The KVM Extender Classic consists of a Transmitter unit which is installed near the computer and a Receiver unit installed near the user console. The Receiver unit connects to a USB keyboard and mouse, HDMI monitor and offers a Stereo audio port via 3.5mm connector. The Transmitter unit offers the same connections and in addition, an optional local console port (bypass). CAT6 cable (not included). It supports HDMI signals including 3D, 1080p24 Blu-ray, audio and HDCP. Package Contents: Transmitter and Receiver Units 2 x Multi Country Power Supply 5VDC 1 x USB 2.0 A/B cable LINDY Manual

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Justice Denied
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An incisive examination by the bestselling author of The Mammoth Book of Gangs of some of the many miscarriages of justice of this and the previous century, which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed. This shocking 'manual of injustice' exposes wrongful convictions and acquittals as a result of the chicanery of some forensic scientists, over-zealous or negligent police officers under pressure to get results, incompetent lawyers, lying witnesses, bribed juries, judicial blunders and feeble politicians. Sometimes, however, it is truculent and uncooperative defendants who prove their own worst enemies. It shows the mistakes that can be made in the face of a baying public and a rabid press, mistakes which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed, while others have served lengthy sentences. It reveals critical flaws in criminal justice systems throughout the world (it is estimated, for example, that two per cent of felony cases in America result in wrongful convictions). Morton explores folk devils and moral panics, both historical such as the 'witches' of Salem and and much more recent cases like that of the West Memphis Three. It considers cases of race hatred, the impact of DNA, fit-ups, fake 'experts', doubtful science and the long road to the court of appeal. He also looks at what happens to the victims of miscarriages of justice, whether they go on to prosper or, as is sadly so often the case, never really recover. How did the boxer Rubin 'The Hurricane' Carter come to be wrongly convicted of a triple homicide? The alibi of Joe Hill, the Industrial Workers of the World activist wrongly executed for the murder of a Utah grocer and his son, came too late to save him from execution. On the other hand, Lindy Chamberlain (famously portrayed by Meryl Streep in A Cry in the Dark), has finally, over thirty years after the fact, had her claim that her baby Azaria was taken by a dingo at Ayers Rock in the Australian Outback upheld by a coroner. Among many other cases, Morton also considers the 1910 case of two men convicted of the murder of a man still alive in 1926, and case of the West Memphis Three, who were convicted as teenagers in 1994 of the murders of three boys in Arkansas and released in 2011 in a plea bargain after eighteen years, though the prosecution still refuses to accept their innocence.

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Justice Denied
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An incisive examination by the bestselling author of The Mammoth Book of Gangs of some of the many miscarriages of justice of this and the previous century, which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed. This shocking 'manual of injustice' exposes wrongful convictions and acquittals as a result of the chicanery of some forensic scientists, over-zealous or negligent police officers under pressure to get results, incompetent lawyers, lying witnesses, bribed juries, judicial blunders and feeble politicians. Sometimes, however, it is truculent and uncooperative defendants who prove their own worst enemies. It shows the mistakes that can be made in the face of a baying public and a rabid press, mistakes which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed, while others have served lengthy sentences. It reveals critical flaws in criminal justice systems throughout the world (it is estimated, for example, that two per cent of felony cases in America result in wrongful convictions). Morton explores folk devils and moral panics, both historical such as the 'witches' of Salem and and much more recent cases like that of the West Memphis Three. It considers cases of race hatred, the impact of DNA, fit-ups, fake 'experts', doubtful science and the long road to the court of appeal. He also looks at what happens to the victims of miscarriages of justice, whether they go on to prosper or, as is sadly so often the case, never really recover. How did the boxer Rubin 'The Hurricane' Carter come to be wrongly convicted of a triple homicide? The alibi of Joe Hill, the Industrial Workers of the World activist wrongly executed for the murder of a Utah grocer and his son, came too late to save him from execution. On the other hand, Lindy Chamberlain (famously portrayed by Meryl Streep in A Cry in the Dark), has finally, over thirty years after the fact, had her claim that her baby Azaria was taken by a dingo at Ayers Rock in the Australian Outback upheld by a coroner. Among many other cases, Morton also considers the 1910 case of two men convicted of the murder of a man still alive in 1926, and case of the West Memphis Three, who were convicted as teenagers in 1994 of the murders of three boys in Arkansas and released in 2011 in a plea bargain after eighteen years, though the prosecution still refuses to accept their innocence.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Justice Denied
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An incisive examination by the bestselling author of The Mammoth Book of Gangs of some of the many miscarriages of justice of this and the previous century, which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed. This shocking 'manual of injustice' exposes wrongful convictions and acquittals as a result of the chicanery of some forensic scientists, over-zealous or negligent police officers under pressure to get results, incompetent lawyers, lying witnesses, bribed juries, judicial blunders and feeble politicians. Sometimes, however, it is truculent and uncooperative defendants who prove their own worst enemies. It shows the mistakes that can be made in the face of a baying public and a rabid press, mistakes which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed, while others have served lengthy sentences. It reveals critical flaws in criminal justice systems throughout the world (it is estimated, for example, that two per cent of felony cases in America result in wrongful convictions). Morton explores folk devils and moral panics, both historical such as the 'witches' of Salem and and much more recent cases like that of the West Memphis Three. It considers cases of race hatred, the impact of DNA, fit-ups, fake 'experts', doubtful science and the long road to the court of appeal. He also looks at what happens to the victims of miscarriages of justice, whether they go on to prosper or, as is sadly so often the case, never really recover. How did the boxer Rubin 'The Hurricane' Carter come to be wrongly convicted of a triple homicide? The alibi of Joe Hill, the Industrial Workers of the World activist wrongly executed for the murder of a Utah grocer and his son, came too late to save him from execution. On the other hand, Lindy Chamberlain (famously portrayed by Meryl Streep in A Cry in the Dark), has finally, over thirty years after the fact, had her claim that her baby Azaria was taken by a dingo at Ayers Rock in the Australian Outback upheld by a coroner. Among many other cases, Morton also considers the 1910 case of two men convicted of the murder of a man still alive in 1926, and case of the West Memphis Three, who were convicted as teenagers in 1994 of the murders of three boys in Arkansas and released in 2011 in a plea bargain after eighteen years, though the prosecution still refuses to accept their innocence.

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Justice Denied
3,99 € *
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An incisive examination by the bestselling author of The Mammoth Book of Gangs of some of the many miscarriages of justice of this and the previous century, which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed. This shocking 'manual of injustice' exposes wrongful convictions and acquittals as a result of the chicanery of some forensic scientists, over-zealous or negligent police officers under pressure to get results, incompetent lawyers, lying witnesses, bribed juries, judicial blunders and feeble politicians. Sometimes, however, it is truculent and uncooperative defendants who prove their own worst enemies. It shows the mistakes that can be made in the face of a baying public and a rabid press, mistakes which have seen innocent men and women found guilty, and sometimes executed, while others have served lengthy sentences. It reveals critical flaws in criminal justice systems throughout the world (it is estimated, for example, that two per cent of felony cases in America result in wrongful convictions). Morton explores folk devils and moral panics, both historical such as the 'witches' of Salem and and much more recent cases like that of the West Memphis Three. It considers cases of race hatred, the impact of DNA, fit-ups, fake 'experts', doubtful science and the long road to the court of appeal. He also looks at what happens to the victims of miscarriages of justice, whether they go on to prosper or, as is sadly so often the case, never really recover. How did the boxer Rubin 'The Hurricane' Carter come to be wrongly convicted of a triple homicide? The alibi of Joe Hill, the Industrial Workers of the World activist wrongly executed for the murder of a Utah grocer and his son, came too late to save him from execution. On the other hand, Lindy Chamberlain (famously portrayed by Meryl Streep in A Cry in the Dark), has finally, over thirty years after the fact, had her claim that her baby Azaria was taken by a dingo at Ayers Rock in the Australian Outback upheld by a coroner. Among many other cases, Morton also considers the 1910 case of two men convicted of the murder of a man still alive in 1926, and case of the West Memphis Three, who were convicted as teenagers in 1994 of the murders of three boys in Arkansas and released in 2011 in a plea bargain after eighteen years, though the prosecution still refuses to accept their innocence.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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