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Der Smaragd in diesem Anhänger (ohne Halskette) ist der Geburtsstein des Monats Mai- Der Anhänger besteht aus 14 Karat Gelbgold, wiegt etwa 0,9 g und ist mit 18 Smaragden und 19 Diamanten im Brillantschliff besetzt, die ein Gesamtkaratgewicht von 0,09 ct haben- Der Anhänger hat eine Länge von 2,1 cm und eine Breite von 1,4 cm- Der Birthstones-Schmuck ist mit Mondsteinen besetzt, die jeweils eine besondere Bedeutung und Kraft haben- Der Smaragd steht für Kraft, Hoffnung und Frühling, das wiederkehrende Grün nach dem Winter- Steindetails: 18 Smaragde, Gewicht: 0,23 ct, 19 Diamanten im Brillantschliff, Gewicht: 0,09 ct, Farbe: Wesselton (H), Qualität: kleine Einschlüsse (SI)-
Adrielle Pyper knows how to plan a wedding, and she is especially good at pleasing bridezillas. But when her biggest client and best friend is murdered just three days before the wedding, Adri's world falls apart. She moves to the resort town of Sun Valley, Idaho, and starts from scratch. Thanks to Adri's impeccable taste and unique style, she lands two celebrity clients, and her business seems headed for success - that is until someone vandalizes the specialty wedding dresses she imported from overseas. The race is on to uncover a secret hidden within the yards of satin and lace before Adri becomes the next victim. With a delightful blend of mystery, toe-curling kisses, humor, and spine-tingling thrills, Diamond Rings Are Deadly Things is a romantic suspense novel that will keep you listening long into the night. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kirsten Potter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/007462/bk_blak_007462_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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A Collection featuring films from the X&Y generation - Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction, Hoopa and the Clash of Ages & Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel. Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction In the underground Diamond Domain, where many Carbink live, the Mythical Pokémon Diancie serves as ruler. The Heart Diamond that sustains the land is beginning to fall apart, and Diancie is not yet strong enough to create a new one. While seeking help from the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas, Diancie encounters a group of thieves who want to take control of its diamond-producing power and who awaken the Legendary Pokémon Yveltal from its cocoon in the process! Can Ash and his friends help Diancie discover its true power, stop Yveltal s rampage, and save the Diamond Domain? Hoopa and the Clash of Ages In a desert city by the sea, Ash, Pikachu, and their friends meet the Mythical Pokémon Hoopa, who can summon all sorts of things including people and Pokémon through its magic rings. The little Mischief Pokémon likes to use this talent to play harmless tricks on people...but when its true power is released, it loses control and becomes the towering and terrifying Hoopa Unbound! Long ago, a brave hero stopped its rampage by confining its power in a special bottle. Now that the bottle has been rediscovered, Hoopa must confront its greatest fear! Can Ash help his new friend overcome the darkness within or will this dangerous struggle erupt into a clash of legends? Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel In this latest cinematic adventure, Ash meets the Mythical Pokémon Volcanion when it crashes down from the sky, creating a cloud of dust and a mysterious force binds the two of them together! Volcanion despises humans and tries to get away, but it s forced to drag Ash along as it continues its rescue mission. They arrive in a city of cogs and gears, where a corrupt minister has stolen the ultimate invention: the Artificial Pokémon Magearna, created 500 years ago. He plans to use its mysterious power to take control of this mechanical kingdom! Can Ash and Volcanion work together to rescue Magearna? One of the greatest battles in Pokémon history is about to unfold!
Robert Siodmak / Fritz Lang / Abraham Polonksy / Dark urban locales, sultry femme fatales, doomed protagonists and a brooding atmosphere of danger, cynicism and anxiety. These quintessential aspects of film noir are strikingly demonstrated by the four consummate examples of the genre presented in this collection. In The Dark Mirror (1946), directed by Robert Siodmak (The Killers), a man is murdered and there’s an obvious suspect, but she has an identical twin sister (both played by Olivia de Havilland, Gone with the Wind), and one of them has a cast-iron alibi. The perfect crime? A psychologist with a specialist interest in twin psychology delves into the heart of the mystery, at considerable risk to himself. In Secret Beyond the Door (1947), Fritz Lang (The Big Heat) adapts the Bluebeard legend with a dash of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca. Shortly after their marriage, Celia (Joan Bennett, Suspiria) begins to suspect her architect husband Mark (Michael Redgrave, Dead of Night) of having a secret past, and wonders about the reason behind multiple rooms in his self-designed home, one of which is kept permanently locked. In Abraham Polonsky’s Force of Evil (1948), an unscrupulous lawyer (John Garfield, The Postman Always Rings Twice) scents a personal fortune when he concocts a plan to merge New York City’s numbers rackets into a single powerful and unbreakable operation, but reckons without his brother, who’d rather stay independent. And in Joseph H. Lewis’s ultra-stylish The Big Combo (1955), Lieutenant Diamond (Cornel Wilde, The Naked Prey) is determined to bring down mob boss Mr Brown (Richard Conte, Thieves’ Highway), even if it means jeopardising his own career. But the feeling is mutual and the unscrupulous gangster is more than willing to operate outside the law to get his man, leading to some wince-inducing set-pieces (some involving a pre-stardom Lee Van Cleef). This collection showcases many of the genre’s major names on both sides of the camera. In addition to the directing and acting talent there are cinematographers Stanley Cortez (The Night of the Hunter) and John Alton (An American in Paris), composers Dimitri Tiomkin (High Noon) and Miklós Rósza (The Killers), and writers Nunnally Johnson (The Woman in the Window) and Philip Yordan (Johnny Guitar). It’s little wonder that directors such as Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino were so struck by them. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS High Definition Blu-rayTM (1080p) presentations of four film noir classics: The Dark Mirror, Secret Beyond the Door, Force of Evil and The Big Combo Original uncompressed PCM soundtracks on all films Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for all films Commentaries on all films by leading scholars and critics Adrian Martin (The Dark Mirror), Alan K. Rode (Secret Beyond the Door), Glenn Kenny and Farran Smith Nehme (Force of Evil), and Eddie Muller (The Big Combo) Noah Isenberg on The Dark Mirror, the author and scholar provides a detailed analysis of the film Barry Keith Grant on Secret Beyond the Door, the author and scholar introduces the film The House of Lang, a visual essay on Fritz Lang’s style by filmmaker David Cairns with a focus on his noir work Introduction to Force of Evil by Martin Scorsese An Autopsy on Capitalism, a visual essay on the production and reception of Force of Evil by Frank Krutnik, author of In a Lonely Street: Film noir, genre, masculinity Commentary on selected Force of Evil themes by Krutnik Geoff Andrew on The Big Combo, the critic and programmer offers an introduction to and analysis of the film Wagon Wheel Joe, a visual essay on director Joseph H. Lewis by filmmaker David Cairns The Big Combo original screenplay (BD-ROM content) Four radio plays, starring Olivia de Havilland and John Garfield among others International poster galleries for all films Trailers Reversible sleeves featuring newly commissioned artwork by Scott Saslow for all films