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Maxwell & Williams Becher »Sally Howell - Ringt...
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Tadaaa! Bin ich wohl cool? Das wollige Ringtail Possum scheint das kleine Rotkehlchen ja mächtig beeindrucken zu wollen und wo ginge das besser als auf dem charmanten Henkelbecher der fröhlichen SALLY HOWELL-Kollektion, die Australiens einzigartige Tierwelt feingezeichnet in Szene setzt. Hübsch präsentiert wird der Becher in der entzückenden Metalldose. Diese lässt sich übrigens prima weiter nutzen als zauberhafte Keksdose.- Becher mit Tiermotiven in Metalldose- Motiv: Opossum & Rotkehlchen, mehrfarbig dekoriert- Bauchige Form mit großem Henkel- Spülmaschinengeeignet- Ofenfest- Mikrowellenfest- Gefrierschranktauglich- Für Dose Handwäsche empfohlenMaße:Länge: 12 cmBreite: 8.5 cmHöhe: 9 cmDurchmesser: 8.5 cmFüllmenge: 375 mlMaterial: PorzellanFarbe: MehrfarbigSerie: Sally HowellHersteller-Artikelnummer: DX0460

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Courtney Marie Andrews - May Your Kindness Rema...
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(Fat Possum Records)  - May Your Kindness Remain ist Courtneys mit Spannung erwartetes viertes Album und der Nachfolger von Andrews' bahnbrechendem Album Honest Life. Produziert von Mark Howard (Lucinda Williams, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Tom Waits), wurde das Album über acht Tage in einem ...

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George Jones - Salutes Hank Williams...plus
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(2013/DOXY) 15 tracks Like so many other country stars of the late '50s, George 'Possum' Jones grew up idolizing Hank Williams Sr. but on this collection, originally released in 1960, Jones is not simply imitating his hero - he makes each and every song his own. As classic piece of Nashville coun...

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Possum Living: How to Live Well Without a Job a...
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In the 1970s, Dolly Freed lived off the land dirt cheap and plum easy. Living in their own house on a half-acre lot outside of Philadelphia for almost five years, Dolly and her father produced their own food and drink and spent roughly $700 each per year. Thirty years later, Dolly Freed's Possum Living is as fascinating and pertinent as it was in 1978. Tin House is reissuing the survivalist classic with a foreword by David Gates and an afterword by the author.After discussing reasons why you should or shouldn't give up your job, Possum Living gives you details about the cheapest ways with the best results to buy and maintain your home, dress well, cope with the law, stay healthy, and keep up a middle-class facade whether you live in the city, in the suburbs, or in a small town. In a delightful, straightforward style, Dolly Freed explains how to be lazy, proud, miserly, and honest, live well and enjoy leisure. She shares her knowledge for what you do need - your own home, for example - and what you don't need, such as doctors, lawyers, and insurance. Through her own example, Dolly hopes to inspire you to do some independent thinking about how economics affect the course of your life now and may do so in the coming "age of shortages". If you ever wondered what it would be like to be in greater control of your own life, Possum Living will show you and help you do it for yourself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dolly Freed, Paige Williams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/002239/bk_adbl_002239_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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