Suchergebnisse für bild

GRADE AM LESEN

nemeths | 29.01.2009 08:03

Hochinteressante Hintergründe von Herrn Wisnewski in seinem kritischen Jahrbuch 2009 - verheimlicht · vertuscht · vergessen Die Medien-Manipulation, bzw. wie wir alle dazu gebracht werden uns bestimmte, gewünschte Meinungen zu bilden und dann als Masse zu ... weiterlesen

Evas Welt: Meine Jugendsünden sind so alt geworden

faithdawn | 16.01.2009 00:10

Irgendwann bin ich über einen Artikel gestossen, über den ich sehr schmunzeln mußte...Das ganze nennt sich: Die Kolumne nur für Frauen! MEINE JUGENDSÜNDEN SIND SO ALT GEWORDEN... Der Frühlin ... weiterlesen

mal was neues^^

cindoras-sketchblog | 09.01.2009 22:49

Hier eine kleine Übung. Hab schon lange kein Portrait mehr gezeichnet ^-^ Falten zu zeichnen ist garnicht mal so einfach, aber fürs erste mal bin ich doch ganz zufrieden, auch wenn es immer was zu meckern gibt ;P  Hier ne kleine Junkil ... weiterlesen

Der Schlagzeilomat!

the-real-fussel | 04.01.2009 13:09

Ich warte gerade ganz dringend auf eine E-mail und spiele neben bei im Internet so rum, und da hab ich was geiles entdeckt! Den Bildblog Schlagzeilomat! Ich präsentiere einige Ergebnisse: - Ekel-Papst verklagt Bibel - Heroin-Klinsi verklagt As ... weiterlesen

Raureifbilder

buecherfreak | 16.12.2008 16:56

Heute kam ich endlich dazu, die Bilder hochzuladen und zu bearbeiten, die ich letzte Woche vom Raureif in unserem Garten gemacht habe. Durch den nahen See bildeten sich sehr lange Eiskristalle, wie ich es so noch gar nicht gesehen habe: {PLACE_ ... weiterlesen

The Di! :o

niaarose | 08.12.2008 16:56

Yap...so siehts aus :DMerry Xmas...auch wenns noch dauert^^ ... weiterlesen

Bilder aus Innbruck

elementargeist | 04.12.2008 00:13

Hier ein Clubeingang. (Glaube ich) Man braucht eine Weile um zu sehen, was an dem Bild nicht stimmt, und wieso ^^ Und hier ein weiteres Mal der Weihnachtsmarkt ... weiterlesen

Dollar trims gains vs euro on weak US factory inde

kleopa | 01.12.2008 18:41

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar trimmed gains against the euro Monday after an index of U.S. factory activity in November fell to its lowest since 1982. The euro edged higher to $1.2647 after the report, from about $1.2625 just before the factory ... ... weiterlesen

Dollar trims gains vs euro on weak US factory inde

kleopa | 01.12.2008 18:40

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar trimmed gains against the euro Monday after an index of U.S. factory activity in November fell to its lowest since 1982. The euro edged higher to $1.2647 after the report, from about $1.2625 just before the factory ... ... weiterlesen

Man Allegedly Pointed Gun At Girl During Home Inva

kleopa | 01.12.2008 18:38

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. -- Volusia County deputies said a man that held a mother and her four children at gunpoint during a home invasion lived across the street. Deputies said Jonathan Pearson kicked in the family's door off David Drive (see map) in ... ... weiterlesen

Paris in Obama's time - Boston Globe

kleopa | 01.12.2008 14:44

Sarkobama near Les Halles. PARIS -- Parisians awoke last week to a familiar face looking out at them in an unfamiliar way: President Nicolas Sarkozy assuming the posterized posture of his soon-to-be-counterpart in Washington above the slogan "Yes We ... ... weiterlesen

Baby 'P' report

kleopa | 01.12.2008 14:09

Under-fire council chiefs will learn today if they can keep their jobs when ministers respond to a report into failings exposed by the Baby P tragedy. Children's Secretary Ed Balls ordered an urgent review of welfare services at Haringey Council in ... ... weiterlesen

Hindus, Jews, and Jihad in Mumbai - Front Page

kleopa | 01.12.2008 14:07

Sixty hours of jihadist terror depredations throughout India's financial capital, Mumbai -- during which nearly 200 innocent victims were murdered, and 300 wounded -- ceased this Saturday , November 29, when Indian commandos slew the last three ... Re ... weiterlesen

Police seek Wal-Mart shoppers who killed NY worker

kleopa | 01.12.2008 13:54

NEW YORK - Police are reviewing surveillance videos of a post-Thanksgiving shopper stampede that trampled a suburban Wal-Mart worker to death, but they acknowledge it may be difficult to bring criminal charges. Nassau County police and Wal-Mart ... Re ... weiterlesen

Asian stocks edge up on anticipation of rate cuts

kleopa | 01.12.2008 13:12

HONG KONG : Asian stocks edged up for a seventh consecutive session Monday, building on strong gains from last week, as investors took heart from aggressive central bank efforts to revive economic growth even as incoming data were grim. Higher ... Rea ... weiterlesen

China coal mine blast kills 15 miners, 3 rescuers

kleopa | 01.12.2008 13:04

BEIJING, December 1 (RIA Novosti) - A coal mine explosion in northern China has killed 18 people, including three rescuers, the Xinhua news agency reported on Monday. The blast occurred on Sunday at the Changlong coal mine in the Heilongjiang ... Read ... weiterlesen

'Lashkar-e-Taiba is behind Mumbai terror' - Jerusa

kleopa | 01.12.2008 12:57

Indian media and government officials have begun to point fingers at Lashkar-e-Taiba, an Islamic fundamentalist group long seen as a creation of the Pakistani intelligence service to help wage its clandestine war against India in disputed Kashmir. On ... ... weiterlesen

Glass art and block printing - Birmingham News

kleopa | 01.12.2008 12:49

Glass artwork by Mimi Boston and Robin Jackson; block printing by Debra Riffe. Reception on Nov. 7, 5-8 p.m. Location Alabaster Alexander City Alpharetta Anniston Atlanta Bessemer Birmingham Brownsboro Calera Center Point Chelsea Collegeville ... Read ... weiterlesen

AP IMPACT: US diluted loan rules before crash - Ti

kleopa | 01.12.2008 12:40

WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration backed off proposed crackdowns on no-money-down, interest-only mortgages years before the economy collapsed, buckling to pressure from some of the same banks that have now failed. It ignored remarkably prescient ... ... weiterlesen

Japan Banks Hoard Cash, Increasing Money-Market Ra

kleopa | 01.12.2008 11:52

Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese banks are hoarding cash, pushing up benchmark money-market rates 16 days in a row, as the Bank of Japan?s first interest-rate cut in seven years fails to allay concern companies won?t repay debt amid a recession ... Read ... weiterlesen

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