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KPOP Quiz Book vol.2
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Meet the BIGGEST K-POP Trivia Quiz Collection in the WORLD! With our 500 fun-filled, most up-to-date trivia quiz questions covering the hottest K-POP idol groups, you can have hours of fun learning fun facts while challenging yourself and other K-POP fan buddies! See how much you know about your favorite K-POP idols. Featuring the hottest K-POP idol groups - AOA / Apink / Astro / B.A.P / B1A4 / BEAST BIG BANG / Black Pink / BLOCK B / BtoB BTS / CNBLUE/ EXID / EXO / f(x) / FT Island Got 7 / INFINITE / MAMAMOO / Red Velvet SHiNee / Super Junior / Teen Top / Twice U-KISS / Winner / ZE:A / Lovelyz T.ara / Wonder Girls / Afterschool / Twice Super Nova / TVXQ / Akdong Musician / 4minute 2ne1 / 2AM / 2PM / i.o.i / Bestie / Sugar / SNSD FIESTAR / Stellar / MBLAQ Can you answer the following questions? - THIS AOA member allegedly has the biggest appetite in the group - THIS AOA member talks in sleep and sleepwalks, too. - THIS A-Pink member can split an apple in half by only using her hands. - Moon Bin of ASTRO played Kim Bum's child version in THIS drama. - True or False? Jin Jin's role model is Taeyang from Big Bang - During the group's debut, all of the B.A.P members dyed their hair in THIS color. - CNU of B1A4 has the nickname of...? - BIG BANG has encouraged their fans to buy bags of THIS and bring them to their concerts' to be donated to charity organizations. - True or False...? Zico has a Hello Kitty bedsheet. - THIS BTS member was originally cast by seven agencies after leaving auditions for "Superstar K". - Before debuting in 2013, THIS BTS member was already performing as an underground rapper! and SO MANY MORE!

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KPOP Quiz Book vol.2
7,90 € *
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Meet the BIGGEST K-POP Trivia Quiz Collection in the WORLD! With our 500 fun-filled, most up-to-date trivia quiz questions covering the hottest K-POP idol groups, you can have hours of fun learning fun facts while challenging yourself and other K-POP fan buddies! See how much you know about your favorite K-POP idols. Featuring the hottest K-POP idol groups - AOA / Apink / Astro / B.A.P / B1A4 / BEAST BIG BANG / Black Pink / BLOCK B / BtoB BTS / CNBLUE/ EXID / EXO / f(x) / FT Island Got 7 / INFINITE / MAMAMOO / Red Velvet SHiNee / Super Junior / Teen Top / Twice U-KISS / Winner / ZE:A / Lovelyz T.ara / Wonder Girls / Afterschool / Twice Super Nova / TVXQ / Akdong Musician / 4minute 2ne1 / 2AM / 2PM / i.o.i / Bestie / Sugar / SNSD FIESTAR / Stellar / MBLAQ Can you answer the following questions? - THIS AOA member allegedly has the biggest appetite in the group - THIS AOA member talks in sleep and sleepwalks, too. - THIS A-Pink member can split an apple in half by only using her hands. - Moon Bin of ASTRO played Kim Bum's child version in THIS drama. - True or False? Jin Jin's role model is Taeyang from Big Bang - During the group's debut, all of the B.A.P members dyed their hair in THIS color. - CNU of B1A4 has the nickname of...? - BIG BANG has encouraged their fans to buy bags of THIS and bring them to their concerts' to be donated to charity organizations. - True or False...? Zico has a Hello Kitty bedsheet. - THIS BTS member was originally cast by seven agencies after leaving auditions for "Superstar K". - Before debuting in 2013, THIS BTS member was already performing as an underground rapper! and SO MANY MORE!

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Reputable Surrender: Trust in Me, Book 5 , Hörb...
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With the option of small-town living, a white picket fence, and a Dom husband long since off the table, Laren has one goal in mind: To marry her career so she can pay off her sister's debt. She's one deal away from landing a corner office in The Big Apple that will help her reach that goal when Michael Kavanaugh storms into her life. Although she's tempted, she's been sidetracked by a man before, and vowed never again. Michael Kavanaugh's life motto? Some men were made to tame only one woman. After years of earning the hard-won nickname "The Reputable Dom", Michael is ready to throw it all away. He'll become the opposite of everything that name suggests for a shot at owning the strong-willed business woman who clings to her secrets with an iron-fist. He's determined to do whatever it takes to unearth her mysteries and make her change her mind about him, even if it means he has to ditch his stellar reputation in order to claim her - by very disreputable means. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kai Kennicott, Wen Ross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/025457/bk_acx0_025457_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Five Points: The History of New York City's...
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Brick-bats, stones, and clubs were flying thickly around, and from the windows in all directions, and the men ran wildly about brandishing firearms. Wounded men lay on the sidewalks and were trampled upon. Now the Rabbits would make a combined rush and force their antagonists up Bayard Street to the Bowery. Then the fugitives, being reinforced, would turn on their pursuers and compel a retreat to Mulberry, Elizabeth and Baxter streets. - New York Times, July 1856 Of all the great cities in the world, few personify their country like New York City. As America's largest city and best known immigration gateway into the country, the Big Apple represents the beauty, diversity and sheer strength of the United States, a global financial center that has enticed people chasing the "American Dream" for centuries. However, for all the promise and opportunities America seemingly held out, and for all of the nostalgia and pride the country's history invokes among Americans today, the simple truth is many never climbed the ladder. Hundreds of years spent trying to eradicate poverty has resulted only in gradual improvements, firm evidence that poverty will never be erased and poor people will be left to their own means of survival. That is how slums are born and maintained, and that is the story behind Five Points and the gangs that ruled it. The neighborhood's colloquial nickname came from its famous five-pointed intersection, created by Orange Street (now Baxter Street), Cross Street (now Mosco Street), and Anthony Street (now Worth Street). In many ways, Manhattan's notorious Five Points neighborhood represents the best and worst of the American Dream. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wendy Almeida. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/033306/bk_acx0_033306_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Origin of New York City's Nickname 'The Big Apple'
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Origin of New York City's Nickname "The Big Apple"
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The monograph aims for a comprehensive look at the history of "The Big Apple", incorporating material that has come to light since the first edition of this work was published in 1991. The overall picture now is: Apples, always important, became especially so with the appearance of the Big Red Delicious Apple in Iowa, 1870's. "The Big Apple" therefore came to refer to somebody or something very important. In 1920 an African-American stablehand in New Orleans mentioned in conversation: "We's goin' to 'the big apple'" (NYC racetracks as the big time in horseracing). Turf writer John J. Fitz Gerald overheard this statement and adopted "The Big Apple" (1921ff.) in his columns, popularizing it to refer particularly to the NYC tracks. Secondarily it could refer to big time horseracing in general. In the 1930's "The Big Apple" was picked up by black jazz musicians to designate NYC in general (and Harlem in particular) as the place where the greatest jazz in the world was being played. And in 1971 Charles Gillett revived "The Big Apple" as part of a public-relations campaign on behalf of NYC. Despite the increasingly clear picture of what happened, various incorrect etymologies have arisen about "The Big Apple". The monograph addresses and rejects them in some detail.

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Origin of New York City's Nickname 'The Big Apple'
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The monograph aims for a comprehensive look at the history of «The Big Apple», incorporating material that has come to light since the first edition of this work was published in 1991. The overall picture now is: Apples, always important, became especially so with the appearance of the Big Red Delicious Apple in Iowa, 1870’s. «The Big Apple» therefore came to refer to somebody or something very important. In 1920 an African-American stablehand in New Orleans mentioned in conversation: «We’s goin’ to ‘the big apple’» (NYC racetracks as the big time in horseracing). Turf writer John J. Fitz Gerald overheard this statement and adopted «The Big Apple» (1921ff.) in his columns, popularizing it to refer particularly to the NYC tracks. Secondarily it could refer to big time horseracing in general. In the 1930’s «The Big Apple» was picked up by black jazz musicians to designate NYC in general (and Harlem in particular) as the place where the greatest jazz in the world was being played. And in 1971 Charles Gillett revived «The Big Apple» as part of a public-relations campaign on behalf of NYC. Despite the increasingly clear picture of what happened, various incorrect etymologies have arisen about «The Big Apple». The monograph addresses and rejects them in some detail.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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The City in Slang
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The American urban scene, and in particular New York's, has given us a rich cultural legacy of slang words and phrases, a bonanza of popular speech. Hot dog, rush hour, butter-and-egg man, gold digger, shyster, buttinsky, smart aleck, sidewalk superintendent, yellow journalism, breadline, straphanger, tar beach, the Tenderloin, the Great White Way, to do a Brodie--these are just a few of the hundreds of popular words and phrases that were born or took on new meaning in the streets of New York. In The City in Slang, Irving Lewis Allen traces this flowering of popular expressions that accompanied the emergence of the New York metropolis from the early nineteenth century down to the present. This unique account of the cultural and social history of America's greatest city provides in effect a lexicon of popular speech about city life. With many stories Allen shows how this vocabulary arose from city streets, often interplaying with vaudeville, radio, movies, comics, and the popular songs of Tin Pan Alley. Some terms of great pertinence to city people today have unexpectedly old pedigrees. Rush hour was coined by 1890, for instance, and rubberneck dates to the late 1890s and became popular in New York to describe the busloads of tourists who craned their necks to see the tall buildings and the sights of the Bowery and Chinatown. The Big Apple itself (since 1971 the official nickname of New York) appeared in the 1920s, though first in reference to the city's top racetracks and to Broadway bookings as pinnacles of professional endeavor. Allen also tells fascinating stories behind once-popular slang that is no longer in use. Spielers, for example, were the little girls in tenement districts who danced ecstatically on the sidewalks to the music of the hurdy-gurdy men and, when they were old enough, frequented the dance halls of the Lower East Side. Following the trail of these words and phrases into the city's East Side, West Side, and all around the town, from Harlem to Wall Street, and into the haunts of its high and low life, The City in Slang is a fascinating look at the rich cultural heritage of language about city life.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Origin of New York City's Nickname 'The Big Apple'
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The monograph aims for a comprehensive look at the history of «The Big Apple», incorporating material that has come to light since the first edition of this work was published in 1991. The overall picture now is: Apples, always important, became especially so with the appearance of the Big Red Delicious Apple in Iowa, 1870’s. «The Big Apple» therefore came to refer to somebody or something very important. In 1920 an African-American stablehand in New Orleans mentioned in conversation: «We’s goin’ to ‘the big apple’» (NYC racetracks as the big time in horseracing). Turf writer John J. Fitz Gerald overheard this statement and adopted «The Big Apple» (1921ff.) in his columns, popularizing it to refer particularly to the NYC tracks. Secondarily it could refer to big time horseracing in general. In the 1930’s «The Big Apple» was picked up by black jazz musicians to designate NYC in general (and Harlem in particular) as the place where the greatest jazz in the world was being played. And in 1971 Charles Gillett revived «The Big Apple» as part of a public-relations campaign on behalf of NYC. Despite the increasingly clear picture of what happened, various incorrect etymologies have arisen about «The Big Apple». The monograph addresses and rejects them in some detail.

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Stand: 25.02.2020
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