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ONLINE Schreibgeräte 61288/3D Kalligrafiefeder ...
15,35 € *
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Colour up your personal style! The successfull Campus Colour Line comes in fashionable colours: turquoise, rosegold or lilac, right up to the all-time classics dynamic blue and soft black. The special metallic finish ensures an extraordinary pleasant surface feel of the shaft. As a calligraphy pen, the Best Writer features a superb design and is unbelievably comfortable to write with. This high-quality fountain pen is ideal for creative writing and designing in school exercise books, on greeting cards, certificates, etc. The high-quality calligraphy nib – each one tested individually for quality, Made in Germany – in sizes 0.8 mm, 1.4 mm, 1.8 mm, enables you to create an attractive and individual impression immediately. Fitted with the ergonomically shaped soft grip and the soft feel along the shaft, this pen promotes a particularly relaxed writing style. The stable clip featuring a top design rounds of the superb design and precision finish of this high-quality fountain pen. The Campus Best Writer makes writing and designing fun. ONLINE provides a 5-year warranty on the worthy nib. For standard ink cartridges and ONLINE combi ink cartridges.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Alphabet Juice
8,40 CHF *
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Ali G: How many words does you know? Noam Chomsky: Normally, humans, by maturity, have tens of thousands of them. Ali G: What is some of 'em?—Da Ali G Show Did you know that both mammal and matter derive from baby talk? Have you noticed how wince makes you wince? Ever wonder why so many h-words have to do with breath? Roy Blount Jr. certainly has, and after forty years of making a living using words in every medium, print or electronic, except greeting cards, he still can’t get over his ABCs. In Alphabet Juice, he celebrates the electricity, the juju, the sonic and kinetic energies, of letters and their combinations. Blount does not prescribe proper English. The franchise he claims is “over the counter.” Three and a half centuries ago, Thomas Blount produced Blount’s Glossographia, the first dictionary to explore derivations of English words. This Blount’s Glossographia takes that pursuit to other levels, from Proto-Indo-European roots to your epiglottis. It rejects the standard linguistic notion that the connection between words and their meanings is “arbitrary.” Even the word arbitrary is shown to be no more arbitrary, at its root, than go-to guy or crackerjack. From sources as venerable as the OED (in which Blount finds an inconsistency, at whisk) and as fresh as Urbandictionary.com (to which Blount has contributed the number-one definition of “alligator arm”), and especially from the author’s own wide-ranging experience, Alphabet Juice derives an organic take on language that is unlike, and more fun than, any other.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Alphabet Juice
6,99 € *
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Ali G: How many words does you know? Noam Chomsky: Normally, humans, by maturity, have tens of thousands of them. Ali G: What is some of 'em?—Da Ali G Show Did you know that both mammal and matter derive from baby talk? Have you noticed how wince makes you wince? Ever wonder why so many h-words have to do with breath? Roy Blount Jr. certainly has, and after forty years of making a living using words in every medium, print or electronic, except greeting cards, he still can’t get over his ABCs. In Alphabet Juice, he celebrates the electricity, the juju, the sonic and kinetic energies, of letters and their combinations. Blount does not prescribe proper English. The franchise he claims is “over the counter.” Three and a half centuries ago, Thomas Blount produced Blount’s Glossographia, the first dictionary to explore derivations of English words. This Blount’s Glossographia takes that pursuit to other levels, from Proto-Indo-European roots to your epiglottis. It rejects the standard linguistic notion that the connection between words and their meanings is “arbitrary.” Even the word arbitrary is shown to be no more arbitrary, at its root, than go-to guy or crackerjack. From sources as venerable as the OED (in which Blount finds an inconsistency, at whisk) and as fresh as Urbandictionary.com (to which Blount has contributed the number-one definition of “alligator arm”), and especially from the author’s own wide-ranging experience, Alphabet Juice derives an organic take on language that is unlike, and more fun than, any other.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.10.2020
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