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Low Cost Private Transfer From Münster Osnabrüc...
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Low cost private taxi transfer from Münster Osnabrück Airport (FMO), to your hotel or address in Münster city centre.

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Stand: 22.09.2020
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Low Cost Private Transfer From Münster Osnabrüc...
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Make sure your transfer from Münster Osnabrück Airport (FMO) to your hotel or private address in Bielefeld city centre is organized and enjoy your trip to the fullest.

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Wonderful nature - A hammock for the soul: Gent...
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Nature sounds have always fascinated mankind. They relax us, release us from the brooding constraints of everyday life, and ultimately help us let go. Experience the sounds of nature in the best audio quality, recorded with state-of-the-art equipment, in high fidelity, and with best spatial atmosphere:Rain with thunderstorms,Gentle sounds of the sea,Hot springs in Iceland,A purring cat,Autumn storm on a farm in Australia,Summer rain,Chirping crickets in Tuscany,Morning birdsong in the forest,Warming campfire,A stream at its source.The soundtrack of nature, for relaxation, as a perfect sleep aid, or for use in film and television. Listening to these recordings can also be very helpful for tinnitus.Yella A. Deeken, from Osnabrück, Germany, is a passionate author, yoga teacher, and globetrotter. Since 2004, she has been travelling the world as a "digital nomad," creating wonderful audio books on her travels that touch, inspire, and change the lives of many people. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ian Brannan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lyne/000583/bk_lyne_000583_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Relaxing Rain: Natural Rain Sounds for Sleeping...
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Soothing rain! The pitter-patter and splashing of raindrops has a calming effect, probably because it takes us back to a time before we were born. We hear similar sounds in our mother's womb. The monotony and evenness of the rain relaxes and calms us so that we can sleep better.Content:six rain melodies, recorded with state-of-the-art recording technology for unique audio quality. Soft to heavy rain in HD stereo, perfect for falling asleep, for use in wellness and meditation areas, for radio/film/television, or as soft background sound.two bonus tracks combining soothing rain sounds and dreamlike relaxation music.All recordings instantly provide considerable inner peace and can also be very helpful for those suffering from tinnitus. Immerse yourself in a world of boundless relaxation.Yella A. Deeken, from Osnabrück, Germany, is a passionate author, yoga teacher, and globetrotter. Since 2004, she has been travelling the world as a "digital nomad," creating wonderful audio books on her travels that touch, inspire, and change the lives of many people. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ian Brannan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lyne/000558/bk_lyne_000558_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 22.09.2020
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Die Ausgrabungen im Dom zu Osnabrück
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Der Osnabrücker Dom St. Petrus war die Keimzelle der Stadt und der letzte noch unerforschte sächsische Dom der Zeit Karls des Großen. Diese Lücke schließt der vorliegende Band, der die Befunde der 6 Bauphasen, die Bischofsgräber und die bemalten Wandputzfragmente präsentiert. Die Forschungen im Domumfeld folgen in einer zweiten Publikation. Bau I war ein ca. 10 x 20 m großer Apsidensaal, wohl über der Steinkirche einer Missionszelle des 8. Jhs, älteren Siedlungsresten und Gräbern mit Baumsärgen errichtet, der als Bischofskirche des 795-805 gegründeten Bistums diente. Bau II war eine sehr große Querhausbasilika mit Chorjoch, Apsis und zwei Türmen mit direkten Bezügen zu Reichenau und St. Gallen aus der Zeit vor 833. Bau III des 9./10. Jhs umfaßt Neubauten von Querhaus, Chorjoch und Apsis sowie einen Kryptenstollen. Periode IV bezeichnet die Erneuerung von Vierung und Chorjoch im späten 11. Jh., Bau V das romanische Westjoch der Zeit vor 1100. Phase VI brachte den 1227-1239 geweihten spätromanischen Dom hervor. Die Befunde zeigen, daß Osnabrück der Drehpunk und Angelpunkt für die norddeutsche Mission war und nicht Minden, wie früher angenommen. The Cathedral of Saint Peter at Osnabrück was the germ of the town and the last Saxon Cathedral of Charlemagne's times uninvestigated yet. This gap is now closed by this volume with the features of 6 construction phases, the bishops' graves, and the fragments of mural paintings. The evidence from the surroundings will be published separately. Church I was an apsidal hall of some 10 x 20 m probably built over the stone church of an 8th-century missionary cell, earlier settlements and burials with tree trunk coffins. It served as the episcopal church of the diocese founded in 795 to 805. Church II was a large basilica of the period before 833 with a transept, chancel, apse, two towers, and immediate parallels in Reichenau and St. Gallen. Building III of the 9th/10th century comprised a new transept, chancel, and apse as well as a crypt gallery. Period IV describes the rebuilding of the intersection and the chancel in the late 11th century, church V the Romanesque west bay prior to A.D. 1100. Phase VI produced the late Romanesque cathedral consecrated in 1227 to 1239. The evidence attests that the pivotal point for the mission of North Germany was Osnabrück, not Minden as had been assumed before.

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Stand: 22.09.2020
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Die Ausgrabungen im Dom zu Osnabrück
51,20 € *
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Der Osnabrücker Dom St. Petrus war die Keimzelle der Stadt und der letzte noch unerforschte sächsische Dom der Zeit Karls des Großen. Diese Lücke schließt der vorliegende Band, der die Befunde der 6 Bauphasen, die Bischofsgräber und die bemalten Wandputzfragmente präsentiert. Die Forschungen im Domumfeld folgen in einer zweiten Publikation. Bau I war ein ca. 10 x 20 m großer Apsidensaal, wohl über der Steinkirche einer Missionszelle des 8. Jhs, älteren Siedlungsresten und Gräbern mit Baumsärgen errichtet, der als Bischofskirche des 795-805 gegründeten Bistums diente. Bau II war eine sehr große Querhausbasilika mit Chorjoch, Apsis und zwei Türmen mit direkten Bezügen zu Reichenau und St. Gallen aus der Zeit vor 833. Bau III des 9./10. Jhs umfaßt Neubauten von Querhaus, Chorjoch und Apsis sowie einen Kryptenstollen. Periode IV bezeichnet die Erneuerung von Vierung und Chorjoch im späten 11. Jh., Bau V das romanische Westjoch der Zeit vor 1100. Phase VI brachte den 1227-1239 geweihten spätromanischen Dom hervor. Die Befunde zeigen, daß Osnabrück der Drehpunk und Angelpunkt für die norddeutsche Mission war und nicht Minden, wie früher angenommen. The Cathedral of Saint Peter at Osnabrück was the germ of the town and the last Saxon Cathedral of Charlemagne's times uninvestigated yet. This gap is now closed by this volume with the features of 6 construction phases, the bishops' graves, and the fragments of mural paintings. The evidence from the surroundings will be published separately. Church I was an apsidal hall of some 10 x 20 m probably built over the stone church of an 8th-century missionary cell, earlier settlements and burials with tree trunk coffins. It served as the episcopal church of the diocese founded in 795 to 805. Church II was a large basilica of the period before 833 with a transept, chancel, apse, two towers, and immediate parallels in Reichenau and St. Gallen. Building III of the 9th/10th century comprised a new transept, chancel, and apse as well as a crypt gallery. Period IV describes the rebuilding of the intersection and the chancel in the late 11th century, church V the Romanesque west bay prior to A.D. 1100. Phase VI produced the late Romanesque cathedral consecrated in 1227 to 1239. The evidence attests that the pivotal point for the mission of North Germany was Osnabrück, not Minden as had been assumed before.

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Data Economy and Algorithmic Regulation
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The book This Handbook explores the ways in which the use of big data analytics and artificial intelligence could recalibrate the relationship between law and individuality and change the foundational structures of our legal systems. In this perspective, the volume contributes to the emerging literature on "granular law" or "personalized law". Bringing together contributions by eminent scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, it aims to serve both as a gateway to this emerging and promising field and as a catalyst for new scholarly research. In particular, this Handbook explores the concept of personalized law, its implementation in contract, consumer and tort law, as well as the related implications for behavioral sciences, smart contracts, nondiscrimination and enforcement. The advantages at a glanceBook authored by leading scholars from Canada, Germany, Italy, Israel and the United States.Innovative approach and comparative perspective.The editors Prof. Dr. Christoph Busch, Maître en Droit is Professor of Law at the University of Osnabrück (Germany) and Visiting Fellow at the Yale Law School Information Society Project. He is cochairman of the European Law Institute's Digital Law Group, co-editor of the Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (EuCML) and a member of the European Commission's Expert Group to the Observatory on the Online Platform Economy. His research focuses on digital platforms and algorithmic regulation. Prof. Dr. Alberto De Franceschi is associate professor of Private Law and Intellectual Property Rights at the University of Ferrara (Italy). He is co-chairman of the European Law Institute's Digital Law Group, co-editor of the Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (EuCML) and of The Italian Law Journal. His research focuses on issues related to the supply of digital content and digital services, privacy regulation, online platforms and the draft of a European Business Code. He has been acting as a consultant to the Italian Ministry of Justice in the framework of the European Digital Single Market Strategy. The target group For Scholars, Practitioners and Policy-Makers.

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Data Economy and Algorithmic Regulation
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The book This Handbook explores the ways in which the use of big data analytics and artificial intelligence could recalibrate the relationship between law and individuality and change the foundational structures of our legal systems. In this perspective, the volume contributes to the emerging literature on "granular law" or "personalized law". Bringing together contributions by eminent scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, it aims to serve both as a gateway to this emerging and promising field and as a catalyst for new scholarly research. In particular, this Handbook explores the concept of personalized law, its implementation in contract, consumer and tort law, as well as the related implications for behavioral sciences, smart contracts, nondiscrimination and enforcement. The advantages at a glanceBook authored by leading scholars from Canada, Germany, Italy, Israel and the United States.Innovative approach and comparative perspective.The editors Prof. Dr. Christoph Busch, Maître en Droit is Professor of Law at the University of Osnabrück (Germany) and Visiting Fellow at the Yale Law School Information Society Project. He is cochairman of the European Law Institute's Digital Law Group, co-editor of the Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (EuCML) and a member of the European Commission's Expert Group to the Observatory on the Online Platform Economy. His research focuses on digital platforms and algorithmic regulation. Prof. Dr. Alberto De Franceschi is associate professor of Private Law and Intellectual Property Rights at the University of Ferrara (Italy). He is co-chairman of the European Law Institute's Digital Law Group, co-editor of the Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (EuCML) and of The Italian Law Journal. His research focuses on issues related to the supply of digital content and digital services, privacy regulation, online platforms and the draft of a European Business Code. He has been acting as a consultant to the Italian Ministry of Justice in the framework of the European Digital Single Market Strategy. The target group For Scholars, Practitioners and Policy-Makers.

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Stand: 22.09.2020
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Die württembergische Tabea
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Eine sehbehinderte Frau, die ihre Hände zum Beten faltet - so präsentiert der Hofmaler Isaak Lieffkopf die zum württembergischen Pietismus zählende Stuttgarter Juristentochter Beata Sturm (1682- 1730). Und ihr Biograph Georg Conrad Rieger (1687-1743) gibt mit seiner Titelformulierung, in der er die Frau mit der aus dem Neuen Testament bekannten Tabea oder Tabita (Apg 9) vergleicht, zu erkennen, wer sie eigentlich war: eine Jüngerin Jesu, die viele gute Werke tat und an der die Krankheit und Tod besiegende Macht Gottes sichtbar wurde.Am liebsten wäre sie "Prediger" geworden, bekannte Beata Sturm ihrem Seelsorger Rieger. Gleich nach ihrem Tod begann er ihre Biographie zu schreiben. In Württemberg wurde "Jungfer Sturmin" nach ihrem Tod wie eine Heilige verehrt, und Rieger bemüht sich in seiner auf persönlichen Kenntnissen beruhenden Biographie, ihr Leben und Wirken so zu schildern, dass sie möglichst vielen zum Vorbild werden konnte. Sein Buch ist ein Beispiel evangelischer Hagiographie und gibt aber zeitgenössische Einblicke in die Frömmigkeits- und Lebenspraxis des frühen 18. Jahrhunderts.[The Württembergian Tabea. Biography of the exemplary pietist Beata Sturm (1682-1730)]A woman, weak of vision, folding her hands in prayer - this is how the court painter Isaak Lieffkopf depicted the pietist Beata Sturm (1682-1730) from Stuttgart. In the title of his book her biographer Georg Conrad Rieger (1687-1743) compares her to the woman Tabitha (Acts 9) from the New Testament, thus indicating who she actually was: a disciple of Jesus, who did much good, gave many alms and in whom God's power over illness and death was demonstrated.Beata Sturm confessed to Rieger, her pastoral counsellor, that she would have preferred to become a "preacher". Shortly after her death, Rieger started to write her biography. In Württemberg, "maid Sturmin" was worshipped like a saint after her death. Similarly, in his biography that contains personal knowledge of Beata Sturm, Riegeraims to depict her life and work in a way that she could become a role model for many. His book is an example of a Protestant hagiography, but also includes contemporal insights into the practice of piety in the life in the early 18th century.Martin H. Jung is Professor of Historical Theology at the University of Osnabrück. Since 1999 he is a member of the Historical Commission for the Study of Pietism. The exploration of pietism in Württemberg has been one of his main research subjects since his PhD.

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Stand: 22.09.2020
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