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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Steam Key GLOBAL
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Hunt down and assassinate the OutsiderArkane studios places you in a role of assassin Billie Lurk, a secondary character from the second game. Billy is a female lead character with a strong yet silent personality. Your quest is to destroy the supernatural presence in the game called the Outsider. Enjoy five missions spread across a few different environments and dive into the believable game world. Discover warped, grotesque stories hidden throughout amazing, mysterious world.Distinctive art-style graphicsExperience an amazing adventure with superbly designed visuals. All characters have an interesting, artistic and mysterious appearance. Feel extraordinary atmosphere and visit all dark corners of the beautifully made city. Move through streets populated with citizens going about their business. Traverse alleyways and rooftops littered with trash, and apartments with belongings strewn about in a believable fashion. Discover shortcuts, offshoot paths, side missions, contract work, black market, and an alternative routes. The entire city architecture has an incredibly Gothic design which adds a unique character to whole gameplay. Enjoy the view of stormy sea waters as they batter against the shorelines of Karnaka. Feel the freedom of vast areas filled with excellently designed lightning.Use your 3 powersDefeat your enemies using 3 mighty powers: Displace, Semblance, and Foresight. Displace is a relocation power. Teleport yourself immediately to some other area and avoid getting killed. Semblance gives you the ability of mind control at melee range. Foresight is a first-person detection system that you can use to tag enemies and items. New to the series, your energy bar recharges to full, so you won’t be on a hunt for potions in this game. If you don’t want to use your powers frequently, feel free to play a run-and-gun style. If you are fancy, sprint to your enemies for a quick, insta-kill.A stealth-based action gameThe only law is the law of your blade. Teleport around the world, steal peoples faces, and stab your enemies in their backs. All these powers build super tailored to an assassin - some who is everyone and no one at the same time. Live in the shadows, wear strangers faces, murder whoever you choose and sneak through invisible paths. The interplay between the weapons and the powers is just joy. Play Dishonored: Death of the Outsider if you want a game that rewards patient and creative approach or, play it if you felt that chaos system in the previous game was harshing your murder vibe.

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Stand: 03.04.2020
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Home Free (eBook, ePUB)
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Each year in the United States, more than 625,000 individuals are released from prison. Half will be back in prison within just three years. Many former prisoners who reoffend return home to their old communities, where the same family, friends, drugs, and criminal opportunities await them. In Home Free, David S. Kirk uses Hurricane Katrina as a natural experiment to examine whether residential relocation away from an old neighborhood can lead to desistance from crime. Drawing upon both quantitative and qualitative evidence and data from an experimental housing mobility program, he focuses on the lives of individuals released from Louisiana prisons soon after the hurricane, some who moved away from New Orleans and some who did not. Kirk further explores the impact of the Katrina-induced residential change, which provides a unique opportunity to investigate what happens when individuals move not just a short distance away from home, but to entirely different cities, counties, and social worlds. In a series of analyses, Kirk shows the impact that changes in structured daily activities and peer relationships, as well as opportunities for cognitive transformation can have to substantially reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Addressing one of the biggest challenges now facing the criminal justice system, Home Free offers a story of redemption. In light of the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Kirk provides important insights into how the power of a fresh start can have considerable policy implications for reducing recidivism.

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Stand: 03.04.2020
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Home Free (eBook, PDF)
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Each year in the United States, more than 625,000 individuals are released from prison. Half will be back in prison within just three years. Many former prisoners who reoffend return home to their old communities, where the same family, friends, drugs, and criminal opportunities await them. In Home Free, David S. Kirk uses Hurricane Katrina as a natural experiment to examine whether residential relocation away from an old neighborhood can lead to desistance from crime. Drawing upon both quantitative and qualitative evidence and data from an experimental housing mobility program, he focuses on the lives of individuals released from Louisiana prisons soon after the hurricane, some who moved away from New Orleans and some who did not. Kirk further explores the impact of the Katrina-induced residential change, which provides a unique opportunity to investigate what happens when individuals move not just a short distance away from home, but to entirely different cities, counties, and social worlds. In a series of analyses, Kirk shows the impact that changes in structured daily activities and peer relationships, as well as opportunities for cognitive transformation can have to substantially reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Addressing one of the biggest challenges now facing the criminal justice system, Home Free offers a story of redemption. In light of the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Kirk provides important insights into how the power of a fresh start can have considerable policy implications for reducing recidivism.

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Home Free (eBook, ePUB)
18,95 € *
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Each year in the United States, more than 625,000 individuals are released from prison. Half will be back in prison within just three years. Many former prisoners who reoffend return home to their old communities, where the same family, friends, drugs, and criminal opportunities await them. In Home Free, David S. Kirk uses Hurricane Katrina as a natural experiment to examine whether residential relocation away from an old neighborhood can lead to desistance from crime. Drawing upon both quantitative and qualitative evidence and data from an experimental housing mobility program, he focuses on the lives of individuals released from Louisiana prisons soon after the hurricane, some who moved away from New Orleans and some who did not. Kirk further explores the impact of the Katrina-induced residential change, which provides a unique opportunity to investigate what happens when individuals move not just a short distance away from home, but to entirely different cities, counties, and social worlds. In a series of analyses, Kirk shows the impact that changes in structured daily activities and peer relationships, as well as opportunities for cognitive transformation can have to substantially reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Addressing one of the biggest challenges now facing the criminal justice system, Home Free offers a story of redemption. In light of the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Kirk provides important insights into how the power of a fresh start can have considerable policy implications for reducing recidivism.

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Stand: 03.04.2020
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Home Free (eBook, PDF)
18,95 € *
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Each year in the United States, more than 625,000 individuals are released from prison. Half will be back in prison within just three years. Many former prisoners who reoffend return home to their old communities, where the same family, friends, drugs, and criminal opportunities await them. In Home Free, David S. Kirk uses Hurricane Katrina as a natural experiment to examine whether residential relocation away from an old neighborhood can lead to desistance from crime. Drawing upon both quantitative and qualitative evidence and data from an experimental housing mobility program, he focuses on the lives of individuals released from Louisiana prisons soon after the hurricane, some who moved away from New Orleans and some who did not. Kirk further explores the impact of the Katrina-induced residential change, which provides a unique opportunity to investigate what happens when individuals move not just a short distance away from home, but to entirely different cities, counties, and social worlds. In a series of analyses, Kirk shows the impact that changes in structured daily activities and peer relationships, as well as opportunities for cognitive transformation can have to substantially reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Addressing one of the biggest challenges now facing the criminal justice system, Home Free offers a story of redemption. In light of the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Kirk provides important insights into how the power of a fresh start can have considerable policy implications for reducing recidivism.

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Stand: 03.04.2020
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No Compromise With Slavery , Hörbuch, Digital, ...
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William Lloyd Garrison (1805-1879) was a prominent United States abolitionist, journalist, and social reformer. He is best known as the editor of the radical abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, and as one of the founders of the American Anti-Slavery Society. When he was 25, he joined the Abolition movement. For a brief time he became associated with the American Colonization Society, an organization that believed free blacks should immigrate to a territory on the west coast of Africa. Although some members of the society encouraged granting freedom to slaves, the majority saw the relocation as a means to reduce the number of free blacks in the United States and thus help preserve the institution of slavery. After the abolition of slavery in the United States, he continued working on other reform movements, especially temperance and women's suffrage. He ended the run of The Liberator at the end of 1865, and in May 1865, announced that he would resign the Presidency of the American Anti-Slavery Society and proposed a resolution to declare victory in the struggle against slavery and dissolve the Society. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeremy Gage. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001937/bk_adbl_001937_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Return: The Five Worlds Trilogy, Book 3  , Hörb...
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Venus isn't big enough for both of them.... Dalin Shar's dream for the 26th Century is to bring Earth's poisoned Lost Lands back to life and restore his home planet to its former glory. Until that happens, relocation to a more inhabitable planet is his people's last chance for survival. But the last free place in the Five Worlds is desired by more than one warrior of the stars.... Prime Cornelian, alien High Leader and conqueror of Mars and Titan, needs new ground to plant his seeds of evil. And the grand prize of the galaxy is ideal for the tyrant's invasion. To rule it, his ravenous appetite for power must devour everythying in its path - including Dalin, exiled king of Earth. Now they're both hurtling toward Venus, both vying for possession. This is a race that will be won, not by the strong or the swift - but by the lucky.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Courvoisier. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/005429/bk_acx0_005429_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Car Talk, The Giving Trunk, February 16, 2013, ...
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This week on Car Talk, James thought he got a good deal when he bought his neighbor's Cadillac – and that's before the cash rebate, in the form of $3,200 hidden in the trunk. Should he hand the money over, or tear the rest of the car apart in search of more? Later, Tom and Ray are vexed by two noises: Scott thinks someone's playing a French horn under the hood of his Explorer, and Jane keeps checking her Civic's trunk for the passenger who's banging on the sides. Also, Barry's lived a car-free life into his 30's, but his relocation to L.A. has him wondering if it's time to give in. But will a car lead him directly to Botox injections? And our deep question of the week: do we really need a Click AND a Clack? And if not, which Magliozzi's moot? All this, plus a tale of a very smart car radio, and lots more, this week on Car Talk. [Broadcast Date: February 16, 2013] 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/cart/130216/rt_cart_130216_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stealing Mr. Smith , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 392min
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After surviving the loss of both her parents, one to illness and the other to abandonment, Bernice Rosin finds herself at a South Dakota orphanage that will never feel like home. Longing for a life free of poverty and misfortune, she takes matters into her own hands, determined to secure her own happily-ever-after no matter the cost.In 1948, a relocation West promises a life rich with upper-class pleasantries until a naive mistake shatters both Bernice’s pride and her heart. Convinced she can still rise above her allotted station, she returns to South Dakota to calculate her options.Desperate for a hero all her own, she singles out John Smith, a simple man with a kind heart and a gentle smile. John appears to be the perfect escape from a life fraught with disappointment. The fact that he comes with the baggage of two children and a past he seldom speaks of has little bearing on her new obsession. Caught unprepared for such cleverness and deception, John falls right into the path of Bernice’s affection as she has set her sights on changing her last name to Smith, even if she has to steal it. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rosie O'Toole. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/142987/bk_acx0_142987_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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