Basiswissen Chirurgie 2. Auflage (Springer-Lehrbuch) by Jörg-Rüdiger Siewert, Robert Bernhard Brauer

By Jörg-Rüdiger Siewert, Robert Bernhard Brauer

Ein kompaktes Lehrbuch f?r ein gro?es Fach: Die Kombination aus kurzen Erkl?rungen und Aufz?hlungen hat sich schon in der ersten Auflage bew?hrt. Das Lehrbuch bringt die F?lle der Chirurgie auf den Punkt und enth?lt alles, used to be f?r die Pr?fung wichtig ist. Die in den Hammerexamina gepr?ften Themen sind mit Icons markiert. Die ?bersichtliche Gliederung und der didaktisch hervorragend aufbereitete Inhalt mit ?ber 500 Abbildungen f?hren zielsicher durch Vorlesung und Pr?fung. Und f?r den praktischen Bezug gibt es gleich zwei neue Inhalte: Ein Fallquiz in der Buchmitte mit 20 authentischen F?llen und video clips auf, auf die im Lehrbuch verwiesen wird. Au?erdem neu hinzugekommen sind die Nomenklatur der chirurgischen Onkologie und die AO-Klassifikation.

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Real Thai: The Best of Thailand's Regional Cooking by Nancie McDermott

By Nancie McDermott

Nancie McDermott, largely considered as the yank specialist on Thai cooking, deals a transparent, basic method of dishes that many Westerners have tasted merely in eating places. In Real Thai, she demystifies as soon as and for all each point of this flavorful, fit delicacies. equipped geographically through sector, over a hundred tempting, easy-to-follow recipes discover not just dishes that could be known to american citizens, comparable to bird Coconut Soup and red meat Satay, but in addition lesser-known neighborhood specialties reminiscent of Crab muffins with Cilantro Paste, Fish with Yellow Curry Steamed in Banana Leaves, Sticky Rice with Mangoes, and Son-in-Law Eggs. together with recommendation on easy utensils and strategies, a thesaurus of components, a listing of purchasing assets, and a bit of recommended menus, this is often the definitive consultant for amateur and professional alike to the varied flavors of a neighborhood Asian food that's swiftly changing into a world favourite.

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The Paley's Place Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from the by Vitaly Paley

By Vitaly Paley

Nestled in a switched over Victorian in Portland's fashionable Northwest District, Paley's position Bistro and Bar has been serving Vitaly Paley's inventive, fantastically finished cooking for over a decade. Co-owner Kimberly Paley's joyous hospitality has helped make their eating place right into a West Coast vacation spot. either Paleys' unquenchable ardor for neighborhood, luscious, sustainably produced food and drinks capacity the Paley's position eating adventure simply retains will get greater.  With attribute generosity, Vitaly and Kimberly carry their dependent, soulful fare domestic in The Paley's position Cookbook. Chapters on appetizers; soups, salads, and sandwiches; pastas and grains; fish and shellfish; meat, video game, and bird; vegetable facet dishes; and truffles are complemented via extras, together with a primer on placing jointly a knockout Oregon cheese direction and a bevy of recipes for home made and seasonal cocktails. Wine pairings aspect the reader to well-matched types and makers from the Pacific Northwest and France.  Teaching the reader to create blissfully perfectdishes from the floor up, even if uncomplicated (Grilled Figs Wrapped in Prosciutto; Tomato-Bread Soup) or showy (Duck Wellington with Mole Sauce; Vegetable-Stuffed Morels with eco-friendly Garlic Confit and Parmesan Cream), the authors emphasize the development blocks of fantastic nutrition: nice components and nice strategy.  Throughout the publication, the Paleys introduce us to a few of the various expert foodstuff manufacturers who make the Pacific Northwest a culinary treasure trove, and in addition take us contained in the chef's suggestion method as he creates and refines his recipes. Evocative photographs—of accomplished dishes, wonderful neighborhood foodstuffs, and the folks who produce the foodstuff that provides rather a lot pleasure—round out this own, passionate, enlightening, and completely scrumptious cookbook. 

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The God Virus: How religion infects our lives and culture by Darrel W. Ray

By Darrel W. Ray

What makes faith so robust? How does it weave its manner into our political method? Why do humans think and stick to noticeable non secular charlatans? What makes humans profess deep religion while they act in ways in which betray that religion? What makes humans unaware of the irrationalities in their faith but basically see these of others? If those questions curiosity you, this booklet provides you with the instruments to appreciate faith and its energy in you, your loved ones and your tradition. For hundreds of thousands of years, faith has woven its approach via societies and other people as though it have been half and parcel to that society or individual. In huge degree it used to be left unexplained and unchallenged, it easily existed. those that tried to problem and divulge faith have been usually persecuted, excommunicated, avoided, or maybe finished. it may be deadly to give an explanation for that which the church, priest or imam acknowledged was once unexplainable. ahead of the germ, viral and parasite idea of sickness, physicians had no instruments to appreciate affliction and its propagation. clergymen advised humans disorder used to be as a result of the sin, devil, evil spirits, and so on. With the invention of microbial actors, scientists won new instruments to review the way it spreads. they can examine an infection techniques, immunity, epidemiology and lots more and plenty extra. all of sudden the poor illnesses of the prior have been comprehensible. The plagues of Europe, yellow fever, small pox, pneumonia, tuberculosis, syphilis, and so on. have been now faraway from the divine and put squarely within the flora and fauna. This ebook owes very much to Richard Dawkins idea of viruses of the brain, however it seeks to move a step extra to customize the concept that of faith as a plague and express how those innovative principles paintings in lifestyle. The paradigm can clarify the fundamentalism of your Uncle Ned, the sexual habit of a fallen mega church minister, the kid rearing practices of a Pentecostal neighbor, why 19 males flew planes into the realm alternate middle or what motivates a lady to blow herself up within the crowded markets of Baghdad. learn the way faith impacts sexuality for its personal reasons, how and why it protects pedofile clergymen and wayward ministers and the way it makes use of survivor guilt to propagate and impact and the way it will probably effect a person's IQ.

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St. Paul and Epicurus by Norman Wentworth DeWitt

By Norman Wentworth DeWitt

St. Paul and Epicurus was once first released in 1954. Minnesota Archive variants makes use of electronic expertise to make long-unavailable books once more obtainable, and are released unaltered from the unique college of Minnesota Press variants. every person who's attention-grabbing within the which means of the Bible will locate this a revealing learn, for it opens up a brand new window at the New testomony, a window that was once walled up centuries in the past through prejudice. Professor DeWitt throws new mild at the writings of the Apostle Paul by means of displaying how they have been encouraged by way of the lessons of the Greek thinker Epicurus. The Epicureanism can have a spot in Christian faith might come as a shock to these acquainted with the normal notion of the philosophy of Epicurus. As established within the that means of the English observe epicure ,derived from the identify of the traditional thinker, the trendy international has lengthy linked Epicurus with the indulgence of sensual excitement in foods and drinks. yet, as Professor DeWitt makes transparent either during this quantity and in its predecessor, Epicurus and His Philosophy , the pleasures which the traditional Greek espoused as constituting the manager sturdy of lifestyles weren't the pleasures of the flesh. The benefit and the trap, even if, of the Epicurean ethic, which allied happiness with excitement, have been so beautiful and so generally said that Paul had no selection yet to undertake it and bless it for his fans with the sanction of faith. He couldn't, although, admit indebtedness to a thinker who had lengthy been accused of sensualism and atheism, and there has been no selection, for that reason, yet to consign Epicurus to anonymity. via his scholarly research into the Epicurean resource of yes parts of the Epistles, Professor DeWitt offers new motives or translations for seventy-six biblical verses. The shut scrutiny of biblical passages is conducted, no longer in a spirit of vandalism, yet in a quest for accuracy, and the result's a not easy, readable, and soaking up e-book.

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The Boxing Scene by Thomas Hauser

By Thomas Hauser

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Thomas Hauser has been referred to as certainly one of boxing s maximum writers. The Boxing Scene, Hauser s provocative new anthology, includes all of his trademark insights and candor as he peels away layers of hypocrisy to bare the lads who make up the modern boxing landscape.

Hauser exposes the interior workings of HBO activities; examines the phenomenon of combined martial arts because it pertains to boxing; and files the a laugh stumble upon among his 81-year-old mom and larger-than-life boxing impresario Don King. The Boxing Scene additionally updates Hauser s own suggestions on superstars like Oscar De los angeles Hoya, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Ricky Hatton, Miguel Cotto, and Bernard Hopkins in addition to struggle promoter Bob Arum, announcer Bob Sheridan and a bunch of others.

The Boxing Scene recreates one other 12 months in expert boxing and provides to Hauser s definitive checklist of the game.

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Religion und Gesellschaft im Uigurischen Königreich von by Peter Zieme

By Peter Zieme

Unter den alttiirkischen Volkern Zentralasiens waren es die Uiguren, die als erste ganz und gar zu einer seBhaften Lebensweise iibergingen, als sie nach der Zerschlagung ihres machtigen Steppenreiches auf dem Territorium der Mongolei durch die Kirgisen yom Jahre 840 an neue Siedlungsriiume in der Turfan-Oase 1 und im Gansu-Korridor einnahmen. Hier und in den anderen Oasen des Tarim Beckens bestanden schon seit den Jahrhunderten vor der Zeitrechnung kleinere Staaten, die iiberwiegend von indoeuropaischen Volkern wie den Tocharern, den Saken oder den Sogdern bewohnt waren. Wo immer Staaten im Tarim-Gebiet ent standen, waren sie um die Oasen zentriert, wo die Bevolkerung im allgemeinen Land-und Gartenwirtschaft betrieb, fUr die dec Bau und die Instandhaltung von Bewasserungsanlagen die wesendichste Voraussetzung des Bestehens waren. Jede Vernachlassigung der Anlagen zog zwangslaufig die Austrocknung und Zersta rung des Kulturlandes nach sich. Neben der sicher erst seit der Mitte des 6. Jahr hunderts unserer Zeitrechnung nachweisbaren Tiirkisierung, als deren letzte Stufe das massenhafte Vordringen der uigurischen Stamme anzusehen ist, wurde die Ent wicklung der Tarim-Staaten oft in entscheidendem MaBe yom jeweiligen Grad der chinesischen Machtentfaltung in diesen von den Chinesen als Westlande" betrach teten Gebieten bestimmt. 2- In kultureller Hinsicht beeinfluBten die Nachbarregionen (Mittelasien, Nord indien, Nordchina, Tibet) sowie durchziehende Volker die Tarim-Staaten unter schiedlich in den verschiedenen Zeiten. Pragend wurde fUr das Tarim-Gebiet der 1 A. v. Gabain, Das Leben im uigurischen KOnigreich von Qoco (850-1250), Wiesbaden 1973, S. 118ff. Zu den Volkerbewegungen nach dem Zusammenbruch des Uigurischen Steppenreiches vgl.

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