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The Helicopter Heist , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 725min
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A race against time to pull off the ultimate heist. Based on an incredible true story. Four men gather in Stockholm. Each has existed on the fringes of Stockholm society. Each has a past that just won't let him go.   Then a plan falls into their laps. A plan to steal millions from the largest cash facility in Sweden. At first the scheme seems foolproof, every contingency covered, every detail planned perfectly. But is everyone involved who they say they are? Can they ever really hope to pull off such an extraordinary crime?   A gripping and thought-provoking thriller based on an incredible real-life theft, The Helicopter Heist will take hold of you and not let you go. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Lawrence. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bonn/000012/bk_bonn_000012_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Fundamentals of Computation Theory
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This volume is dedicated to the 15th Symposium on Fundamentals of Com- tation Theory FCT 2005, held in Lu beck, Germany, on August 17 20, 2005. The FCT symposium was established in 1977 as a biennial event for - searchers interested in all aspects of theoretical computer science, in particular in algorithms, complexity, and formal and logical methods. The previous FCT conferences were held in the following places: Poznan (Poland, 1977),Wendisch- Rietz (Germany, 1979), Szeged (Hungary, 1981), Borgholm (Sweden, 1983), Cottbus(Germany,1985),Kazan(Russia,1987),Szeged(Hungary,1989),Gosen- Berlin (Germany, 1991), Szeged (Hungary, 1993), Dresden (Germany, 1995), Krak ow (Poland, 1997), Iasi (Romania, 1999), Riga (Latvia, 2001) and Malmo (Sweden, 2003). The FCT conference seriesis coordinatedby a steering comm- tee. Its current members are B. Chlebus (Denver/Warsaw),Z. Esik (Szeged), M. Karpinski (Bonn), A. Lingas (Lund), M. Santha (Paris), E. Upfal (Providence) and I. Wegener (Dortmund). The call for papers for FCT 2005 sought contributions on original research in all aspects of theoretical computer science including design and analysis of algorithms, abstract data types, approximation algorithms, automata and formal languages, categorical and topological approaches, circuits, computational and structural complexity, circuit and proof theory, computational biology, com- tational geometry, computer systems theory, concurrency theory, cryptography, domain theory, distributed algorithms and computation, molecular computation, quantumcomputation and information, granular computation, probabilistic c- putation, learning theory, rewriting, semantics, logic in computer science, spe- ?cation, transformation and veri?cation, and algebraic aspects of computer s- ence.

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Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature
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August Wilhelm (later: von) Schlegel (1767-1845) was a German poet, translator, critic, and a foremost leader of German Romanticism. He was educated at the Hanover gymnasium and at the university of Göttingen. With his brother Friedrich, the principal philosopher of German romanticism, he founded Athenaeum (1798-1800), the chief journal of the movement. In 1802 Schlegel went to Berlin, where he delivered lectures on art and literature; and in the following year he published Ion (1803). His Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature (Über dramatische Kunst und Literatur, 1809-1811), which have been translated into most European languages, were delivered at Vienna in 1808. In 1813 he acted as secretary of the crown prince of Sweden, through whose influence the right of his family to noble rank was revived. Schlegel was made a professor of literature at the university of Bonn in 1818, and during the remainder of his life occupied himself chiefly with oriental studies, although he continued to lecture on art and literature.

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Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature
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August Wilhelm (later: von) Schlegel (1767-1845) was a German poet, translator, critic, and a foremost leader of German Romanticism. He was educated at the Hanover gymnasium and at the university of Göttingen. With his brother Friedrich, the principal philosopher of German romanticism, he founded Athenaeum (1798-1800), the chief journal of the movement. In 1802 Schlegel went to Berlin, where he delivered lectures on art and literature; and in the following year he published Ion (1803). His Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature (Über dramatische Kunst und Literatur, 1809-1811), which have been translated into most European languages, were delivered at Vienna in 1808. In 1813 he acted as secretary of the crown prince of Sweden, through whose influence the right of his family to noble rank was revived. Schlegel was made a professor of literature at the university of Bonn in 1818, and during the remainder of his life occupied himself chiefly with oriental studies, although he continued to lecture on art and literature.

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