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Voyage of the Deutschland
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Paul König, naval officer and captain of North German Lloyd, describes the voyage of the first merchant submarine U 155 ( Deutschland ). In 1916, the submarine managed to circumscribe the British naval blockade and to return from the United States without harm."The mysterious voyage of the merchant submarine Deutschland has now kept the attention of the old and new world under strain quite long enough. The wildest rumors regarding our trip and our fate have cropped up in innumerable papers, not to mention the magnificent flights of fiction made by the English. I therefore have the greater pleasure in giving a longer, more detailed description of our legendary voyage and our adventures."Reprint of the original edition from 1916.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Batwing-Sleeve Hoodie
13,31 € *
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Detailed with faux leather drawcord tips, chest pockets and a decorative stitch-line in the middle, this cropped hoodie is your go-to for running errands and lounging around. Match with harem pants. Color: Gray, Materials: Cotton Blend, Size: One Size: Length(Front): 60cm, Length(Back): 65cm, Bust: 120cm, Hem: 110cm, Cuff: 32cm, Care: N/A

Anbieter: YesStyle
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Value Addition of Horticultural Crops: Recent T...
121,98 € *
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This book combines several ideas and philosophies and provides a detailed discussion on the value addition of fruits, vegetables, spices, plantation crops, floricultural crops and in forestry. Separate chapters address the packaging, preservation, drying, dehydration, total quality management and supply chain management of horticultural crops. The book explains value addition as a process of increasing the economic value and consumer appeal of a commodity with special reference to horticultural crops. Each chapter focuses on a specific area, exploring value addition as a production/ marketing strategy driven by customer needs and preferences. But, as such, it is also a more creative field, calling for more imagination than calculated, routine work. Value is added to the particular produce item when the product is still available when the season is out and the demand for the product exceeds the available supply.Value addition is an important factor in the growth and development of the horticultural sector, both in India and around the world. But very little information is available on this particular aspect of horticulture. Albert Einstein famously said, “Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” This message is not only true for those people who want to make more of themselves, but also for those who want their creation or product in any form to excel. And it certainly applies to horticultural crops, which are extremely perishable. It is true that loss reduction is normally less costly than equivalent increases in production. The loss of fresh produce can be minimized by adopting different processing and preservation techniques to convert the fresh vegetables into suitable value-added and diversified products, which will help to reduce the market glut during harvest season. Value-added processed products are products that can be obtained from main products and by-products after some sort of processing and subsequently marketed for an increased profit margin. Generally speaking, value-added products indicate that for the same volume of primary products, a higher price is achieved by means of processing, packing, enhancing the quality or other such methods. The integrated approach from harvesting to the delivery into the hands of the consumer, if handled properly, can add value to fresh produce on the market. But most of the fresh produce has a limited life, although it can be stored at appropriate temperature and relative humidity for the same time. If such produce is processed just after harvesting, it adds value and stabilizes the processed products for a longer time. Preparing processed products will provide more variety to consumers and improve the taste and other sensory properties of food. This will also promote their fortification with nutrients that are lacking in fresh produce. By adopting suitable methods for processing and value addition, the shelf life of fresh produce can be increased manifold, which supports their availability year-round to a wider spectrum of consumers on both the domestic and international market. With increased urbanization, rising middle class purchasing power, changing food habits and a decline in making preserved products in individual homes, there is now a higher demand for industry-made products on the domestic market. In spite of all these aspects, only 1-2.2% of the total produce is processed in developing countries, as compared to 40-83% in developed countries. The horticultural export industry offers an important source of employment for developing countries. For instance, horticulture accounts for 30% of India’s agricultural GDP from 8.5% of cropped area. India is the primary producer of spices, second largest producer of fruits and vegetables and holds a prominent position with regard to most plantation crops in the world. The cultivation of horticultural crops is substantially more labor-intensive than growing cereal crops and offers more post-harvest opportunities for the development of value-added products. This book offers a valuable guide for students of horticulture, as well as a comprehensive resource for educators, scientists, industrial personnel, amateur growers and farmers.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Value Addition of Horticultural Crops: Recent T...
121,98 € *
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This book combines several ideas and philosophies and provides a detailed discussion on the value addition of fruits, vegetables, spices, plantation crops, floricultural crops and in forestry. Separate chapters address the packaging, preservation, drying, dehydration, total quality management and supply chain management of horticultural crops. The book explains value addition as a process of increasing the economic value and consumer appeal of a commodity with special reference to horticultural crops. Each chapter focuses on a specific area, exploring value addition as a production/ marketing strategy driven by customer needs and preferences. But, as such, it is also a more creative field, calling for more imagination than calculated, routine work. Value is added to the particular produce item when the product is still available when the season is out and the demand for the product exceeds the available supply.Value addition is an important factor in the growth and development of the horticultural sector, both in India and around the world. But very little information is available on this particular aspect of horticulture. Albert Einstein famously said, “Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” This message is not only true for those people who want to make more of themselves, but also for those who want their creation or product in any form to excel. And it certainly applies to horticultural crops, which are extremely perishable. It is true that loss reduction is normally less costly than equivalent increases in production. The loss of fresh produce can be minimized by adopting different processing and preservation techniques to convert the fresh vegetables into suitable value-added and diversified products, which will help to reduce the market glut during harvest season. Value-added processed products are products that can be obtained from main products and by-products after some sort of processing and subsequently marketed for an increased profit margin. Generally speaking, value-added products indicate that for the same volume of primary products, a higher price is achieved by means of processing, packing, enhancing the quality or other such methods. The integrated approach from harvesting to the delivery into the hands of the consumer, if handled properly, can add value to fresh produce on the market. But most of the fresh produce has a limited life, although it can be stored at appropriate temperature and relative humidity for the same time. If such produce is processed just after harvesting, it adds value and stabilizes the processed products for a longer time. Preparing processed products will provide more variety to consumers and improve the taste and other sensory properties of food. This will also promote their fortification with nutrients that are lacking in fresh produce. By adopting suitable methods for processing and value addition, the shelf life of fresh produce can be increased manifold, which supports their availability year-round to a wider spectrum of consumers on both the domestic and international market. With increased urbanization, rising middle class purchasing power, changing food habits and a decline in making preserved products in individual homes, there is now a higher demand for industry-made products on the domestic market. In spite of all these aspects, only 1-2.2% of the total produce is processed in developing countries, as compared to 40-83% in developed countries. The horticultural export industry offers an important source of employment for developing countries. For instance, horticulture accounts for 30% of India’s agricultural GDP from 8.5% of cropped area. India is the primary producer of spices, second largest producer of fruits and vegetables and holds a prominent position with regard to most plantation crops in the world. The cultivation of horticultural crops is substantially more labor-intensive than growing cereal crops and offers more post-harvest opportunities for the development of value-added products. This book offers a valuable guide for students of horticulture, as well as a comprehensive resource for educators, scientists, industrial personnel, amateur growers and farmers.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2020
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CHÂTEAU LEOVILLE LAS CASES (SUBSKRIPTION) 2. Cr...
198,00 € *
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 96-98/100 Punkte "The 2017 Léoville Las Cases, a blend of 79% Cabernet Sauvignon with 11% Cabernet Franc and 10% Merlot from 50- to 90-year-old vines, is deep garnet-purple in color and simply sings of crushed blackcurrants, wild blueberries and plum preserves with notions of wood smoke, cigar boxes, crushed rocks and beef drippings. Medium-bodied with wonderful intensity and vivacity, it gives a firm, fine-grained frame and a densely packed mid-palate, finishing long and earthy. This should age incredibly!"  Vinous (Neal Martin): 93-95/100 Punkte "The 2017 Léoville Las-Cases was picked between 15 September and 4 October, cropped at 37hl/ha and as usual, comes from the oldest vines that average around 50-years old. This year there is 13.28° alcohol. It is matured in 90% new oak and contains 7.5% vin de presse. It has a very clean and precise bouquet with blackberry, just a touch of blueberry, violet and a hint of bay leaf. This gains intensity with aeration but it is not as detailed as last year’s 2016. The palate is medium-bodied with more supple tannins than usual (that word is apt – there is nothing “soft” about this Saint-Julien). It has great depth with layers of black fruit laced with graphite and a pinch of white pepper, whilst it delivers fine salinity on the sappy finish. Excellent.“ Weinwisser: 18,5/20 Punkte  "79 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 10 % Merlot, 11 % Cabernet Franc, 90 % neue Barriques. 37 hl/ha. Dichtes Granat mit rubinrotem Rand. Was für ein konzentriertes Parfüm nach reifen Schattenmorellen, Himbeeren und Veilchen. Im zweiten Ansatz mit schönen blaubeerigen Konturen, dahinter Preiselbeermarmelade, Lakritze und Kandisnoten. Am geradlinigen Gaumen mit perfekt stützenden, reifen Tanninen, bleibt präzise wie ein Pfeil, bis ins langanhaltende Finale, das mit Noten von roter Grütze nachklingt. Ein St.-Julien der Spitzenklasse, die spannende Frage wird sein: «Zu welchem Preis?» Ein klassischer Bordeauxstil, mit abgerundeten Tanninen, früher Trinkgenuss und Potenzial. Erinnert an 88 in der Aromatik und an 14+ vom Körper her. Kratzt an die 19/20. 2026 – 2055" James Suckling: 96-97/100 Punkte "This is very muscular with formed and bright tannins that give the wine super drive and length. The tannins build on the finish with a lovely integration of black fruits. Serious for the vintage."  Wine Spectator: 93-96/100 Punkte "This has the vintage's fresh acidity, which does a wonderful job of driving the core of blueberry, black currant and blackberry fruit along. Light anise and graphite accents lend typicity, with a sleek mineral edge on the finish. Rock solid." Wine Enthusiast: 95-97/100 Punkte "Barrel Sample. This normally serious, complex wine has a smile on its face in this vintage. Even at this young stage the black fruits shine. It is certainly concentrated and dense, but the intense fruitiness cuts the tannins. This very fine wine will certainly age, although it is likely to be accessible sooner than usual.""  Decanter: 97/100 Punkte "One of the very few wines in this vintage that truly stains the glass with its wonderfully vibrant anthocyanins. This is an exceptional wine - Léoville just knows how to knock it out of the park again and again. An early vintage meant everything was blended and in barrels before Christmas, with 7.5% press wine, so this has had some time to settle down already. There´s huge persistency through the palate, very similar to last year. It has presence and a grip that doesn´t want to let go, and you don´t want it to either. It continues to reveal itself over the course of the glass, showing slate, cassis, blackberry and charcoal. It´s not as powerfully knitted as the 2016, but watch out for those tannins. I expect this will be a wine that, like the 1996 and 2016, will close down and evolve extremely slowly. Stunning aromatics. 90% new oak. 3.72pH." Bitte beachten Sie die Sonderbedingungen der Subskription in unseren AGB. 

Anbieter: Ludwig von Kapff
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Voyage of the Deutschland
56,90 CHF *
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Paul König, naval officer and captain of North German Lloyd, describes the voyage of the first merchant submarine U 155 (>Deutschland<). In 1916, the submarine managed to circumscribe the British naval blockade and to return from the United States without harm.»The mysterious voyage of the merchant submarine >Deutschland< has now kept the attention of the old and new world under strain quite long enough. The wildest rumors regarding our trip and our fate have cropped up in innumerable papers, not to mention the magnificent flights of fiction made by the English. I therefore have the greater pleasure in giving a longer, more detailed description of our legendary voyage and our adventures.«Reprint of the original edition from 1916.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Orlando, FL - A Historical Review using Postcards
130,00 CHF *
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This color book documents Orlando, Florida's history using postcards from the authors collection. In addition, this book uses research from a 2-vol history on the town written by Eva Bacon, as well as other histories. More detailed dates and names originate from deed records and the Sanborn Fire Maps, and newspapers. Other books and records were used to provide as much information as possible. Since these postcards were imaged with high-resolution digital cameras, cropped images can zoom into detail finding names and businesses within the postcard's image - never seen before (or overlooked). A detailed index is provided for both a postcard collector as well as a researcher or genealogist (family names= Last, Given name).

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Voyage of the Deutschland
41,10 € *
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Paul König, naval officer and captain of North German Lloyd, describes the voyage of the first merchant submarine U 155 (>Deutschland<). In 1916, the submarine managed to circumscribe the British naval blockade and to return from the United States without harm.»The mysterious voyage of the merchant submarine >Deutschland< has now kept the attention of the old and new world under strain quite long enough. The wildest rumors regarding our trip and our fate have cropped up in innumerable papers, not to mention the magnificent flights of fiction made by the English. I therefore have the greater pleasure in giving a longer, more detailed description of our legendary voyage and our adventures.«Reprint of the original edition from 1916.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Orlando, FL - A Historical Review using Postcards
73,99 € *
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This color book documents Orlando, Florida's history using postcards from the authors collection. In addition, this book uses research from a 2-vol history on the town written by Eva Bacon, as well as other histories. More detailed dates and names originate from deed records and the Sanborn Fire Maps, and newspapers. Other books and records were used to provide as much information as possible. Since these postcards were imaged with high-resolution digital cameras, cropped images can zoom into detail finding names and businesses within the postcard's image - never seen before (or overlooked). A detailed index is provided for both a postcard collector as well as a researcher or genealogist (family names= Last, Given name).

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.01.2020
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