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Title: Franz Schubert. Die Dokumente seines Lebens und Schaffens
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Deutsch, Otto Erich, 1883-1967
Subjects: Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828
Publisher: München und Leipzig, G. Müller
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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Title: "Geographisch-historisches Handbuch von Bayern"
Author: GOETZ, Wilhelm – of Munich
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10256.h.14."
Volume: 01
Page: 871
Place of Publishing: München
Date of Publishing: 1895
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 001449415

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My mission was finding a legitimate, well established company that sold gold bullion at much lower prices and much smaller weights. To my surprise I found a couple of legitimate companies that actually sold gold coins, and several that sold gold bullion in units as small as 0.5 grams. One company in particular sold gold in several smaller units. Their Gold was sold in units of 0.5 grams, 1.0 gram, 2.5 grams, and 5.0 grams. Not only do they sell gold bars in smaller units, but smaller more affordable units. For instance, a 1.0 gram gold bar is currently selling at under bucks. Now that I can afford.

Joules was first proved by an English physicist James Prescott Joule and was subsequently named after him. Although Mr. Prescott discovered the value of Joule during his work it was not he who first introduced the term but Dr. Mayer of Nebenjob Heilbronn. A joule is an unit of energy used in the System Internationale which refers to the amount of energy needed for you to perform a certain kind of work when you apply a force of 1 Newton over a distance of 1 meter.

Waterfowl (ducks, geese, brant) hunting is highly regulated in NYS. No rifles, handguns, traps, snares, or nets. Machine guns and explosives, too, are prohibited. And please, leave poisons and drugs at home. After all, the competition must be fair. Curiously, sink boxes (a float that conceals one’s body beneath the surface) are banned, but blinds (and ponchos?) are fine so long as they’re labeled with name and address. Only paraplegics and amputees can shoot from cars, and “you may not shoot crippled birds when under power.” Decoys are allowed, but they mustn’t be live. Use calls at your leisure, but no electronics, amplifiers, or tapes. And no bait. The DEC also expects you to “make a reasonable effort to retrieve all killed or crippled birds.” How very magnanimous.


It is unfortunate that Mercedes has allowed itself to be saddled with this reputation for “financial status separatism” because they really do make some fine automobiles. Although a few years back they may have been skidding by on their sterling reputation it is obvious from the looks of the new E-Class that they are back on track. It may not be the most exciting car ever made but it is a Mercedes through and through. Meaning it could probably survive a nuclear attack (or a drive in Los Angeles rush hour traffic) and survive unscathed.

19. Experience the Grand Prairie region at the Escortservice Stuttgart Agricultural Museum in Reutlingen. German settlers gave this town its’ name and the area is famous for some of the nation’s best duck hunting. Exhibits at the museum include duck hunting, pioneer life, and farm equipment.

Regensburg – a beautiful old Nebenjob Reutlingen that lies along the shores of the blue Danube river and is considered one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities. You will find a maze of narrow streets containing fine old houses, shops and museums. Highlights of Regenburg include the impressive St. Peter’s Cathedral with it’s enormous painted frescos, the 12th century Old Stone Bridge and Rathahaus (town hall). The Thurn and Taxi castle that dominates the city can be partly visited as well. .

Churchill was American on his mother’s side and his relationship with Franklin D. Roosevelt, the American President, proved of utmost importance. The usa supplied vital munitions to Britain and later joined the war. With Germany beaten, Churchill sought reelection and was surprised to be defeated by an electorate seeking change. He continued as Leader of the Opposition and busied himself writing, painting and making speeches. He spoke in support of pan-europeanisation, world peace and the Soviet threat in his famous “Iron Curtain” speech whilst a guest of Harry S. Truman, the new American President.