Bowlingkugel / Material: Polyester / Balltyp: Strikeball / Besonderheit: leuchtet unter Schwarzlicht / Oberfläche: poliert / Farbe: blau / Serie: Brunswick Cosmic / Bitte beachten Sie: Produkt kann in unterschiedlichen Konfigurationen auftreten / Einsteiger- oder Profiball / mit verschiedenen Gewichten erhältlich (6, 8-16 Pounds)
Ein Polyesterball mit sehr gutem Geradeauslauf und absoluter Treffgenauigkeit, ideal für Einsteiger und als Räumball für Profis. Für diese Bälle wurde eine neue Farbtechnologie entwickelt, dadurch haben sie mehr Farbtiefe und Bril
Die neuen Polyesterbälle von Aloha vereinen beste Qualität mit schönem Design. Alle Bälle haben eine sehr harte und glatte Oberfläche; dadurch bieten sie sehr guten Geradeauslauf für präzise Treffer. Perfekt für Fre
How do the ethical implications of writing theatrical histories complicate the historiographical imperative in our current sociopolitical context? This volume investigates a historiography whose function is to be a mode of thinking and exposes the inner contradictions in social and ideological organizations of historical subjects. Kelly Aliano, Graduate School, CUNY, USA Patricia Ybarra, Brown University, USA Yael Zarhy-Levo, Tel Aviv University, Israel Angenette Spalink, Bowling Green State University, USA Scott Magelssen, University of Washington, USA Patricia Badir, University of British Columbia, Canada Pannill Camp, Washington University in St. Louis, USA Kaitlin McNally-Murphy, New York University, USA Will Daddario, University of Minnesota, USA Jan Lazardzig, University of Chicago, USA Jon D. Rossini, University of California, Davis, USA Gwyneth Shanks, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
(Bear Family Records) 2 tracks - big centerhole, limited, numbered (500) edition. - Jesse Lee Turner was born in Bowling, Texas. His career is surprisingly un-documented for an artist who had a Top 20 hit with The Little Space Girl in early 1959. Put Me Down was probably Jesse Lee´s first recording, written by Jerry Lee Lewis´ guitarist, Roland Janes. Turner recorded for many small labels and along with his career in music, he worked as a crop duster pilot and an actor. ´Put Me Down´: Really great mid-tempo piano jiver! Kinda Jerry Lee Lewis feeling on this one. This is an un-issued SUN recording and on 45rpm for the very first time! - The Leonard Brothers , Johnny and Dick along, with Dick Santomeno, were from Tucson, Arizona. They traveled to the Viv Studio on Indian School Road sometime in 1958 to record their composition, Boppin´ Blue Jeans. Sounding like a revved up Everly Brothers song, this side really captures the rather basic Viv studio sound of the time. ´Boppin´ Blue Jeans´: An ultra hot rockin´ jiver from Arizona. This one is an absolute killer, an unissued rocker and for the very first time on 45rpm!
The future of the Identity Crisis Universe hangs in the balance. A swarm of biomechanical monsters attack the Volans Space Station, thrusting Earth´s Apex superheroes onto the frontline of an interstellar war. Nuclear colossus Adam Smasher is the most powerful man on the planet, with an ego to match. An orphan of alien gladiator circuits, the relentless warrior Ballista now fights to protect her adopted home. And Symian´s inhuman genius could only be born from the unfettered jungles of the Congo. Together they are the future´s greatest (dysfunctional) superhero team. And its last hope. In the genre-bending tradition of Guardians of the Galaxy, Infinity Gauntlet, and Secret Wars, Invasion is a non-stop romp of superheroes, space opera, and pure pulp fun. J. D. Brink brings you another series of mature spandex adventure for grownup fanboys and fangirls everywhere, no matter your timeline. 1. Language: English. Narrator: E. L. Loren, Anthony Bowling. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/092117de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The sudden fall of the Berlin Wall is one of the defining images of the late twentieth century. The subsequent unification of Germany and the decision to return Berlin to its status as capital has made the constant changes within the city a matter of public interest. It also offered Berlin the opportunity to create a new image for itself, one that can serve as a counterbalance to the politically charged recent history of Berlin as the capital of Nazi Germany and former East Berlin as the capital of the German Democratic Republic. Poised between capitalist Western Europe and the former communist powers in Eastern Europe, Berlin occupies a fascinating geopolitical space. This anthology presents a unique glimpse into the various constituencies that make up Berlin and that impact the citys challenges and promises. Carol Anne Costabile-Heming is Professor of German at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri, USA. Rachel J. Halverson is Professor of German at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, USA. Kristie A. Foell is Professor of German at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, USA.
This book explores the ways in which Western-derived music connects with globalization, hybridity, consumerism and the flow of cultures. Both as local terrain and as global crossroads, cities remain fascinating spaces of cultural contestation and meaning-making via the composing, playing, recording and consumption of popular music. Steven Lee Beeber, Lesley University, USA Andy Bennett, Griffith University, Australia John Connell, University of Sydney, Australia Andrew Flory, Carleton College, USA Karen Fox, University of Alberta, Canada Chris Gibson, University of Wollongong, Australia Anthony Macías, University of California, USA Joseph Minadeo, PatternBased Music, USA Diane Pecknold, University of Louisville, USA Hilary Pilkington, University of Manchester, UK Eric Porter, University of California, USA Gabrielle Riches, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK Ian Rogers, Griffith University, Australia Wanda Rushing, University of Memphis, USA P. Kahlil Saucier, Rhode Island College, USA John Schofield, University of Turku, Finland Jeremy Wallach, Bowling Green State University in Ohio, USA Deena Weinstein, DePaul University, USA
This volume presents the proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Movement, Health and Exercise 2016 (MoHE2016). The conference was jointly organized by the Biomedical Engineering Department and Sports Centre, University of Malaya. It was held in Malacca, from 28-30 September 2016. MoHE 2016 provided a good opportunity for speakers and participants to actively discuss about recent developments in a wide range of topics in the area of sports and exercise science. In total, 83 presenters and 140 participants took part in this successful conference. Fatimah Ibrahim obtained her Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University, Wisconsin, USA (1989), followed by her Master degree in Electronic Sciences (Medical System) from the University of Hertfordshire, UK (1994) and then her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from University of Malaya (UM) (2005). She was a Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) from 1990-1999 before she joined UM where she was directly involved in establishing the first Biomedical Engineering Department in Malaysia. At present, she is a Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Head of Centre for Innovation in Medical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UM. She did her Biological and Micro-Electromechanical Systems (BioMEMS) and Carbon NEMS (C-NEMS) research attachment at the University of California, Irvine in 2010 and 2016, respectively. Her research interests are in detection and monitoring of diseases, physiological modelling and measurement, biosensor, bioinstrumentation, BioMEMS, C-NEMS and artificial intelligence applications in medicine. At present, Dr Jadeera is employed by the University of Malaya (UM) as a senior lecturer attached to the Sports Centre. Her journey in sports science started at UM, where she was enrolled as a Bachelor of Sports Science undergraduate student. Upon obtaining her Bachelors degree, Dr Jadeera pursued her Masters and Doctoral degrees at The University of Western Australia in Perth, Australia. Dr Jadeeras area of specialisation is in motor learning and control. Her research efforts in this field primarily involve manipulating the variables of practice that could aid skill aquisition, learning and performance. Dr Jadeeras other research area is in sport psychology. More specifically, her research interest in this field is centered around the investigation of psychological skills training for performance enhancement. In the near future, Dr Jadeera is looking to expand her research focus and is keen to embark on finding ways to promote physical activity and improve the health of the general population. Juliana Usman completed her Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering degree (BBEng) and her Masters of Engineering Science (MEngSc.) degree at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She received her PhD from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Currently, she is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya. Her area of specializations are in Motion Analysis, and Sports Biomechanics looking especially into injury prevention and performance enhancement. Mohd Yazed Ahmad received the B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2003, the MEngSc. degree from the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, in 2006 and the Ph.D degree from the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia in 2013. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya. His current research interests include wireless power transfer, RFID, instrumentation, smart space and embedded systems. Rizal Razman was part of the very first batch of Sport Science students that graduated from University of Malaya in 1999. In year 2000, he went on to pursue an MSc (Human Movement) at the University of Western Australia, graduated the following year and started to teach in UM in 2001. He formally completed his Phd from the Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Malaya in 2012; investigating the critical parameters of the ten-pin bowling delivery. He has served University Malaya for the past 15 years and is currently the Deputy Director for Undergraduate Studies at the Sports Centre. Victor S Selvanayagam completed his first degree in Sports Science and Masters degree in