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New York: Touchstone. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 2007. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 1416537074 . Protected in a removable Brodart cover.; 1.3 x 9.2 x 6.1 Inches; 368 pages; The highway from Los Angeles to the Palm Springs desert is parched, unforgiving, and deadly. In the suffocating stillness of a car trunk, a man -- his mouth and hands bound with tape -- waits to learn his fate. Fortunately for him, he'll never know. What possible enemy could be bitter enough to commit such a heinous crime? And when will the monster make another move? Ali Reynolds is traveling that same blistering, lonesome highway, looking forward to putting her past behind her. She'd left Los Angeles for the home comforts of Sedona, Arizona, and the satisfaction of a blog. But her cheating husband is in a hurry for a divorce; his very young and very pregnant fiance has a wedding planned for the next day. And the television network that wrongfully dismissed Ali for the sole sin of being over forty will face her in court as well. So Ali must return to the scene of those crimes. As she passes the site of a horrifying accident, she thanks goodness it's no longer her job to report the news. Until she finds out the news is her own.... For the victim is Ali's cheating husband, and soon she'll find herself the prime suspect at the center of a terrifying web of evil. ., Touchstone, 2007, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Morrow/Avon, 2001. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Morrow/Avon, 2001 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Morrow/Avon, 2001, Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: William Morrow & Co, 2001. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Stated First Edition With The Number Line Indicating A First Printing. Minor Wear With No Chips, Tears Or Writing., William Morrow & Co, 2001, New York NY: Bantam. 1983. Eighth Printing. Paperback. 0553253980 . Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Spine weak; The fascinating story of Johannes Verne, a young man left to die by his vengeful grandfather, rescued by outlaws and raised in part by the Indians of the desert. Strengthened by the love of two women—Miss Nesselrode, whose mysterious past fires her ambitions for the future and Meghan, a willful young beauty—Verne grows to become a rugged adventurer, a man strong enough to embrace the awesome power of the Palm Springs desert, and bold enough to stake a claim in the bustling world of opportunity that was early-day Los Angeles. ; Mass Market PB; 450 pages ., Bantam, 1983, AM / PM, 1988 Trade Paperback. Very Good., AM / PM, 1988, New York: Simon & Schuster. 1970. First Edition. Paperback. 0671206613 . Very Good with no dust jacket; Wear at edges. Some pencil notes; Mass Market PB; 159 pages ., Simon & Schuster, 1970, Los Angeles, CA: Knapp Communications, 1985. Soft cover. Very Good. Architectural Digest visits Helen Frankenthaler; A Palm Beach condo designed by Angelo Donghia; Beltrees in Australia; A NYC apartment designed by Mario Buatta; Anglo-Indian furniture; A San Francisco apartment by Anthony Hall; A Pennsylvania home by Robert Metzger; Architecture: Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown; George H. Stacpoole's home in Ireland; Edmund Gibbons' gardens in Bermuda; Ron Collier's Los Angeles home; Surrealist art; Joseph Minton's Fort Worth home; Historic Homes: Campobello., Knapp Communications, 1985, Los Angeles, CA: Knapp Communications, 1981. Soft cover. Very Good. Architectural Digest visits Roald Dahl and Patricia Neal; Brian Reale's SoHo loft; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lyons' London residence; Alan Shayne's Palm Springs home; Chinese ornamental carvings; Robert Mentzer's Hollywood apartment; Ohme Gardens; A New York City apartment by John Saladino; Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne's home in Fontainebleau; Historic Houses: The Dowager Empress' palace in Peking's Forbidden City; Homes by: Anthony Hail, Hugh Newell Jacobsen, Andrew Delfino, Edward Tuttle, Rufus G. Rodgers. Slight foxing to covers., Knapp Communications, 1981, Los Angeles, CA: Knapp Communications, 1996. Magazine. Very Good. Includes: Katharine Weber writes about antiquing with Jacqueline Onassis; Historic Gardens: Stowe in England; A first look at Chrtres' newly restored glass; A NYC apartment by Thad Hayes; A Rhode Island residence by Arquitectonica; A New England residence by Bunny Williams, Ferguson Murray & Shamamian; Ed Moses' home and studio in Venice; Gerald Pierce's home in Bangkok; 1930s American Abstract Painting; Korakia Pensione in Palm Springs; a NYC apartment by Annabelle Selldorf; Historic Houses: Henry Ford's estate in Dearborn; Phyllis and Chuck Rice's home in Glendale, California; Meredith Long's homes in Aspen, Basalt and Houston; Richard Branson's residence on Necker Island. Some edgewear., Knapp Communications, 1996, Los Angeles, CA: Conde Nast, 2000. Soft cover. Very Good+. Jonathan Raban writes about Seattle; A country house in Japan by Ryue Nishizawa; Murano glass; Aspen Mountain Club; Evelyn and Leonard Lauder's home in Palm Beach; Colin Cowie's Manhattan apartment; A home in Malibu by Gwathmey Siegel; Arnold Scaasi's Manhattan duplex; A seaside home by William A. Schulz and David Kleinberg; Fifth Avenue apartment by Thomas Britt; Home in Indian Wells, Calif. by Donna Livingston; Inn on the Blue Horizon in Vieques, Puerto Rico; A Shingle-style home on LongIsland designed by Greg Jordan; Michael Feinstein's Los Angeles home; David Tufts's Manhattan loft, Conde Nast, 2000, Ulysses Press, Berkeley,, 2000. Octavo. softcover, VG in red and yellow pictorial wraps. 6th edition. Los Angeles, Hollywood, San Diego, Santa Barbara, palm Springs, Death Valley and the Sierra Nevada. Throughout the text hidden locales, remote regions, and little known spots.. Paperback. Very Good/Unknown. Illus. by Timothy Carroll., Ulysses Press, Berkeley, 2000, New York, NY, U.S.A.: William Morrow & Company, 2001 Cloth. Fine/Very Good+. First Edition/First Printing. Major Publisher. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. This book is like new EXCEPT the back board and the back cover of the dust jacket have moisture fading and damage. Great reading copy and even looks good on the shelf.., New York, NY, U.S.A.: William Morrow & Company, 2001, Lonely Planet. 2011. Paperback. Very Good. A copy that has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Los Angeles, San Diego & Southern California is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to ski p, and what hidden discoveries await you. Dive into a glittering Palm Sprin gs pool, join the human parade at funky Venice Beach, or search tide pools for starfish in sunny San Diego; all with your trusted travel companion. Ge t to the heart of Los Angeles, San Diego, and Southern California and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet Los Angeles, San Diego & Southern California Travel Gu ide: Color maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries show you the simplest way to tailor your trip to your own personal needs and interests Insider tips save you time and money and help you get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - including hours of operation, phone num bers, websites, transit tips, and prices Honest reviews for all budgets - including eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, and hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights give you a richer and more rewarding travel experience - including lifestyle, history, art, cinema, TV, music, architecture, politic s, sports, wildlife, food, drink, and more Over 40 color local maps Useful features - including Travel with Children, Month-by-Month (annual fe stival calendar), and Beaches & Outdoors Coverage of Santa Barbara, Mali, Lonely Planet, 2011, Arcadia Publishing. Paperback. GOOD. Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some light highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable., Arcadia Publishing, ACSC. Hardcover. 1564136906 New (Shelf 27 row 2) . New., ACSC, Los Angeles, CA: Knapp Communications, 1986. Magazine. Very Good. Articles include: A home in Westchester County by Thomas Britt; Ann and Keith Barish's home in Bel-Air; The Victorian house used in "Crimes of the Heart"; AD Visits: Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henril of Denmark; A Yacht decorated by Renzo Mongiardino and Celeste Dell'Anna; a Palm Beach penthouse bu Joe D'Urso; Antique children's furniture; Juiet Man Ray's Paris apartment; a Bel-Air house by Voorsanger & Mills Associates; The Christopher Hemmeters' Aspen townhome; Calendar pages from Renaissance Books of Hours; Sophie Engelhard's residence in Sun Valley, Idaho; Fran and Ray Stark's Beverly Hill house and sculpture garden., Knapp Communications, 1986, Scribner, 2009. (1st edition, 1st printing) Black spine, yellow boards, bright gilt lettering on spine, surface wear from removal of security device, 328 pages, geneaological chart of Castro Family. DJ glossy and colorfully designed, Castro smoking cigar on front, yellow and white lettering, a color photo of palm trees on spine, sunlit city on back with praise from Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor and others. Very Fine DJ/Good book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Very Fine., Scribner, 2009, AM / PM, 1988 Trade Paperback. Very Good., AM / PM, 1988, Los Angeles, CA: Conde Nast, 2001. Soft cover. Very Good+. Includes: An addition to a Montclair, NJ home by Alexander Gorlin; Fiji's Wakaya Club; The Lehigh University's President's House; Paul Goldberger writes about the architect Cass Gilbert; Craig Wright's home in Los Angeles; Michael and Carol Newman's home on Long Island; Rebuilding Dick Cavett and Carrie Nye's historic house in Montauk; A high-rise apartment in Los Angeles by Sally Sirkin Lewis; A Palm Beach removation by Geoffrey Bradfield; A Georgian-style home in Oyster Bay by Sandra Nunnerley and Daivd Estreich; The yacht Lady Elizabeth by Juan Montoya; A rambling Vermont colonial by James D. Petersen; A Park Avenue apartment by Michael Rosenbergand Leonard Kowalski; An apartment in Maui by Mimi London and Mark D. Boone., Conde Nast, 2001, Los Angeles, CA: Conde Nast, 2001. Soft cover. Very Good+. Cover: Mariah Carey's New York triplex. Includes: Aqua - a private community on Allison Island in Miami Beach; swedish Rugs; The Vernacular Houses of China; Charles and Laura Flint's home in Lenox, Massachusetts; England's Castle Drogo; Hotels Around the World -- Ciragan Palace, Ana Mandara, The Saxon Hotel, Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont, Hacienda Dorada, Hotel Astoria, La Valencia, Makena's Hills; AD Visitis Mariah Carey; A Shingle Style home in San Francisco by Robert A.M. Stern; a Grammercy Park townhouse by Stephen Sills and James Humiford; Sam Michael's apartment in Palm Beach; Joseph Giovannini's Manhattan apartment; Glamis Castle - the home of Britain's Queen Mother is redone for a modern family; a Upper East Side pied-a-terre by Thomas Britt; Historic Interiors -- Danny Kaye's home in Beverly Hills., Conde Nast, 2001, Advance Magazine Publishers, Inc.: Los Angeles, 1998. Soft cover. Very Good+. Historic Houses: Pierre Bonnard at Le Cannet; Spanish landscape architect Fernando Caruncho Torga; Robert Jarvie's Arts and Crafts Metalwork; Campbell Island's botanical wonders; Long Island residence by Thomas Britt, Peter Cook; Hal Prince's chalet in the French Alps; Log and stone cabin in Maryland by Peter Bohlin; Architectural Digest visits: Janet Jackson in Malibu; J. Paul Getty Jr.'s English estate; 1930s John Volk Palm Beach villa by Mark Hampton; Pilar Crespi's NYC apartment; Chattanooga residence by James Choate, James Barber, Charles Gandy, William Peace; Restoration of Christian VII's Denmark palace; John M. Davis's Connecticut Colonial home; Mexico residence by Diego Villasenor, Margarita M. Alvarez; Geneva residence by James Grange, Los Angeles, 1998, Broadway Books. Paperback. 0767906500 Neurotica: Jewish Writers on Sex is a first-rate collection of writings about "the people of the book, in bed," as editor Melvin Jules Bukiet observes in the book's terrifically funny introduction. ("Not only is sex unshunned by the Jewish tradition; it's often considered a positive mitzvah to have sex on Sabbath. Besides, if work is prohibited and you can't go to the movies, how else can you spend your holy time?") Neurotica includes short stories and excerpts from novels by big names such as Philip Roth, Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, Jerzy Kosinski, and Woody Allen, and by promising newcomers such as Nathan Englander and Michael Lowenthal. Some familiar selections (such as an excerpt from Erica Jong's once-scandalous Fear of Flying) now appear remarkably tame. But the sexual proclivities depicted in many of these selections are quite intense and sometimes disturbing--not fit for summary on a family Web site. So keep this one away from the kids, but curl up with it under the covers. It will give you veddy interesting dreams. --Michael Joseph Gross--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Publishers Weekly Editor Bukiet (Signs and Wonders) serves up this alphabetically organized, stellar collection of Jewish writings focusing on sexual themes. Twenty-seven stories by accomplished writers delve into a range of erotic, disturbing and poignant narratives including classic coming-of-age tales, unconventional fantasies and painful stories of erotic substitutions. An ethnic flavor is intense in some pieces, marginal in others. Jewish customs, typologies and situations peculiar to the Diaspora define pieces by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Max Apple, but Bernard Malamud's story of the seduction and redemption of a Parisian artist doesn't hinge on its religious reference points. The two longest entries will be known to most readers: Harold Brodkey's "Innocence" is a spellbinding story of two Harvard students in love, valiantly striving for the young woman's first orgasm, and Cynthia Ozick's "The Pagan Rabbi" offers a complicated psychological study of a Talmudic scholar's suicide. Other standouts include Leonard Michael's "Murderers," brimming with robust and poetic sentences: "We sat on the roof like angels, derealized in brilliance. Our sneakers sucked hot slanted metal. Palms and fingers pressed to bone on nailheads." These "angels," a quartet of Brooklyn Jewish boys, climb onto a roof to watch their rabbi and his wife copulate, till one boy falls to his death. Central is the tension between Jewish identity and sexual expression, between ethics and desires, with Nathan Englander and Binnie Kirshenbaum weighing in with worthy reflections on these themes. Other contributors include Saul Bellow, Francine Prose and Woody Allen; Philip Roth is represented by a section from The Counterlife, and Erica Jong by the classic first chapter from Fear of Flying. The range of subjects and voices is impressive, and many aspects of sexuality, be they disturbing, ruthless or shocking, or loving, mournful and comical, are probed, sometimes graphically and always unapologetically. (Oct.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. . Fine. 2000., Broadway Books, 2000

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NY: W. W. Norton & Company. F/F. 1999. First American Edition. Hardcover. 0393048446 . (Vol. Book 20) (Aubrey/Maturin Novels). The South American expedition is a desperate affair; and in the end Jack's bold initiative to strike at the vastly superior Spanish fleet precipitates a spectacular naval action that will determine both Chile's fate and his own. Small isbn label on rear DJ panel. ; Aubrey/maturin Series; B/w illust; 261 pages; "The old master has us again in the palm of his hand." Los Angeles Times (a Best Book of 1999) Napoleon has been defeated at Waterloo, and the ensuing peace brings with it both the desertion of nearly half of Captain Aubrey's crew and the sudden dimming of Aubrey's career prospects in a peacetime navy. When the Surprise is nearly sunk on her way to South America—where Aubrey and Stephen Maturin are to help Chile assert her independence from Spain—the delay occasioned by repairs reaps a harvest of strange consequences. ., W. W. Norton & Company, 1999, Broadway Books. Paperback. 0767906500 Neurotica: Jewish Writers on Sex is a first-rate collection of writings about "the people of the book, in bed," as editor Melvin Jules Bukiet observes in the book's terrifically funny introduction. ("Not only is sex unshunned by the Jewish tradition; it's often considered a positive mitzvah to have sex on Sabbath. Besides, if work is prohibited and you can't go to the movies, how else can you spend your holy time?") Neurotica includes short stories and excerpts from novels by big names such as Philip Roth, Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, Jerzy Kosinski, and Woody Allen, and by promising newcomers such as Nathan Englander and Michael Lowenthal. Some familiar selections (such as an excerpt from Erica Jong's once-scandalous Fear of Flying) now appear remarkably tame. But the sexual proclivities depicted in many of these selections are quite intense and sometimes disturbing--not fit for summary on a family Web site. So keep this one away from the kids, but curl up with it under the covers. It will give you veddy interesting dreams. --Michael Joseph Gross--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Publishers Weekly Editor Bukiet (Signs and Wonders) serves up this alphabetically organized, stellar collection of Jewish writings focusing on sexual themes. Twenty-seven stories by accomplished writers delve into a range of erotic, disturbing and poignant narratives including classic coming-of-age tales, unconventional fantasies and painful stories of erotic substitutions. An ethnic flavor is intense in some pieces, marginal in others. Jewish customs, typologies and situations peculiar to the Diaspora define pieces by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Max Apple, but Bernard Malamud's story of the seduction and redemption of a Parisian artist doesn't hinge on its religious reference points. The two longest entries will be known to most readers: Harold Brodkey's "Innocence" is a spellbinding story of two Harvard students in love, valiantly striving for the young woman's first orgasm, and Cynthia Ozick's "The Pagan Rabbi" offers a complicated psychological study of a Talmudic scholar's suicide. Other standouts include Leonard Michael's "Murderers," brimming with robust and poetic sentences: "We sat on the roof like angels, derealized in brilliance. Our sneakers sucked hot slanted metal. Palms and fingers pressed to bone on nailheads." These "angels," a quartet of Brooklyn Jewish boys, climb onto a roof to watch their rabbi and his wife copulate, till one boy falls to his death. Central is the tension between Jewish identity and sexual expression, between ethics and desires, with Nathan Englander and Binnie Kirshenbaum weighing in with worthy reflections on these themes. Other contributors include Saul Bellow, Francine Prose and Woody Allen; Philip Roth is represented by a section from The Counterlife, and Erica Jong by the classic first chapter from Fear of Flying. The range of subjects and voices is impressive, and many aspects of sexuality, be they disturbing, ruthless or shocking, or loving, mournful and comical, are probed, sometimes graphically and always unapologetically. (Oct.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. . Fine. 2000., Broadway Books, 2000

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Broadway Books. Paperback. 0767906500 Neurotica: Jewish Writers on Sex is a first-rate collection of writings about "the people of the book, in bed," as editor Melvin Jules Bukiet observes in the book's terrifically funny introduction. ("Not only is sex unshunned by the Jewish tradition; it's often considered a positive mitzvah to have sex on Sabbath. Besides, if work is prohibited and you can't go to the movies, how else can you spend your holy time?") Neurotica includes short stories and excerpts from novels by big names such as Philip Roth, Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, Jerzy Kosinski, and Woody Allen, and by promising newcomers such as Nathan Englander and Michael Lowenthal. Some familiar selections (such as an excerpt from Erica Jong's once-scandalous Fear of Flying) now appear remarkably tame. But the sexual proclivities depicted in many of these selections are quite intense and sometimes disturbing--not fit for summary on a family Web site. So keep this one away from the kids, but curl up with it under the covers. It will give you veddy interesting dreams. --Michael Joseph Gross--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Publishers Weekly Editor Bukiet (Signs and Wonders) serves up this alphabetically organized, stellar collection of Jewish writings focusing on sexual themes. Twenty-seven stories by accomplished writers delve into a range of erotic, disturbing and poignant narratives including classic coming-of-age tales, unconventional fantasies and painful stories of erotic substitutions. An ethnic flavor is intense in some pieces, marginal in others. Jewish customs, typologies and situations peculiar to the Diaspora define pieces by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Max Apple, but Bernard Malamud's story of the seduction and redemption of a Parisian artist doesn't hinge on its religious reference points. The two longest entries will be known to most readers: Harold Brodkey's "Innocence" is a spellbinding story of two Harvard students in love, valiantly striving for the young woman's first orgasm, and Cynthia Ozick's "The Pagan Rabbi" offers a complicated psychological study of a Talmudic scholar's suicide. Other standouts include Leonard Michael's "Murderers," brimming with robust and poetic sentences: "We sat on the roof like angels, derealized in brilliance. Our sneakers sucked hot slanted metal. Palms and fingers pressed to bone on nailheads." These "angels," a quartet of Brooklyn Jewish boys, climb onto a roof to watch their rabbi and his wife copulate, till one boy falls to his death. Central is the tension between Jewish identity and sexual expression, between ethics and desires, with Nathan Englander and Binnie Kirshenbaum weighing in with worthy reflections on these themes. Other contributors include Saul Bellow, Francine Prose and Woody Allen; Philip Roth is represented by a section from The Counterlife, and Erica Jong by the classic first chapter from Fear of Flying. The range of subjects and voices is impressive, and many aspects of sexuality, be they disturbing, ruthless or shocking, or loving, mournful and comical, are probed, sometimes graphically and always unapologetically. (Oct.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. . Fine. 2000., Broadway Books, 2000

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Whoever it was who claimed that sex was the most fun you can have without laughing hadn't encountered Neurotica--an anthology of Jewish short stories, most of which uncover the hilarity inherent in carnality. It is a stellar collection of twenty-seven tales of sexual longing and consummation and frustration--of straight and gay sex, married, unmarried, and adulterous sex, filthy, platonic, and pathetic sex, great sex, awful sex, and solo sex--by many of the masters and the freshest new voices of the Jewish- Whoever it was who claimed that sex was the most fun you can have without laughing hadn't encountered Neurotica--an anthology of Jewish short stories, most of which uncover the hilarity inherent in carnality. It is a stellar collection of twenty-seven tales of sexual longing and consummation and frustration--of straight and gay sex, married, unmarried, and adulterous sex, filthy, platonic, and pathetic sex, great sex, awful sex, and solo sex--by many of the masters and the freshest new voices of the Jewish-American literary tradition. Some of the stories are graphic, some ethereal, some wildly comic, some deeply tragic, but all offer a distinctively Jewish point of view on a universal pastime and preoccupation. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll--well, only you know what you'll do., [PU: Broadway Books, Morgan Road Books]

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Whoever it was who claimed that sex was the most fun you can have without laughing hadn't encountered Neurotica--an anthology of Jewish short stories, most of which uncover the hilarity inherent in carnality. It is a stellar collection of twenty-seven tales of sexual longing and consummation and frustration--of straight and gay sex, married, unmarried, and adulterous sex, filthy, platonic, and pathetic sex, great sex, awful sex, and solo sex--by many of the masters and the freshest new voices of the Jewish-American literary tradition. Some of the stories are graphic, some ethereal, some wildly comic, some deeply tragic, but all offer a distinctively Jewish point of view on a universal pastime and preoccupation. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll--well, only you know what you'll do.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0767906500
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2000
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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