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  • Reemplazo de cinta de correr Horizon T50
    Precio:  $160,189.00

    Reemplazo de cinta de correr Horizon T50

    -Titulo Original : Horizon T50 Treadmill Running Belt-Fabricante : Treadmill Doctor-Descripcion Original: - Elija la sílice fundida como materia prima principal, fabricada con tecnología moderna de procesamiento de cerámica, utilizada principalmente en aleaciones dentales, platino, oro y otras aleaciones de fusión a alta temperatura, alta temperatura de más de 2800 grados, alta pureza, resistencia a la corrosión, alta resistencia, alta resistencia al calor, alta resistencia a los golpes. - Ampliamente utilizado en luz eléctrica, semiconductores, comunicaciones ópticas, militar, metalúrgica, materiales de construcción, química, mecánica, eléctrica, protección del medio ambiente y otros campos. - Genial cuando se usan pequeños platos de fusión. Ampliamente utilizado en luz eléctrica, semiconductores, comunicaciones ópticas, militar, metalurgia, materiales de construcción, química, mecánica, eléctrica, protección del medio ambiente y otros campos. -Hecho de cuarzo duradero, con fuerte conductividad térmica, resistencia química y resistencia a altas temperaturas, puede soportar una temperatura de 2800C. - Pack 2 unidades, Tamaño: 100g y 500g (Usando la plata como estándar) El cuarzo tiene una serie de excelentes propiedades físicas y químicas, tales como: 1. Alta temperatura. 2. Resistencia a la corrosión. 3. Buena estabilidad térmica. 4. Buenas propiedades de transmisión de luz. 5. Buenas propiedades de aislamiento eléctrico...
  • Reemplazo de cinta de correr Horizon modelo CST3.6
    Precio:  $151,440.00

    Reemplazo de cinta de correr Horizon modelo CST3.6

    -Titulo Original : Horizon Treadmill Running Belt Model CST3.6 TM208 2007-19.5 X 110.23-Fabricante : Treadmill Doctor-Descripcion Original: Product Description In the vein of timely titles such as Katherine Applegates Wishtree and Alan Gratzs Refugee comes a touching, accessible middle-grade debut about the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis, as well as the life-changing power of friendship and standing as an ally. There used to be an empty chair at the back of Mrs. Khans classroom, but on the third Tuesday of the school year a new kid fills it: nine-year-old Ahmet, a Syrian refugee. The whole class is curious about this new boy--he doesnt seem to smile, and he doesnt talk much. But after learning that Ahmet fled a Very Real War and was separated from his family along the way, a determined group of his classmates band together to concoct the Greatest Idea in the World--a magnificent plan to reunite Ahmet with his loved ones. Balancing humor and heart, this relatable story about the refugee crisis from the perspective of kids highlights the community-changing potential of standing as an ally and reminds readers that everyone deserves a place to call home. Overall Winner of the 2019 Waterstones Childrens Book Prize Winner of the 2019 Blue Peter Book Award Tearjerking and chuckle-inducing. . . . Above all it celebrates the power of kindness. --The Sunday Post (Scotland) Inspiring and sweet. . . . This is a beautiful, open-hearted debut from Onjali Q Rauf that should help children be the best they can be and realise the power of kindness. --BookTrust (UK) An engaging exploration of the refugee crisis through the eyes of a child. --Readings (Australia) Review This moving and timely debut novel tells an enlightening, empowering, and ultimately hopeful story about how compassion and a willingness to speak out can change the world. School Library Journal, Starred Review Political and cultural undertones are undeniably present in Rauf s timely debut, but it s the themes of kindness, empathy, and tenacity that resonate strongest. Rauf excels at tapping into the thoughts and concerns of contemporary children, providing wholly believable characters who use their voices to help others and create change, as well as offering a safe space for readers to explore and better understand the refugee crisis. Publishers Weekly Tearjerking and chuckle-inducing . . . . Above all it celebrates the power of kindness. -- The Sunday Post (Scotland) Inspiring and sweet . . . this is a beautiful, open-hearted debut from Onjali Q Rauf that should help children be the best they can be and realise the power of kindness. --Booktrust (UK) Us[ing] humour to tackle a challenging and timely subject . . . [this is] an engaging exploration of the refugee crisis through the eyes of a child. --Readings (AU) Raufs touching debut could hardly be more topical . . . utterly delightful. --Mail on Sunday About the Author Onjali Q. Rauf is the founder and CEO of Making HerStory, a UK nonprofit that works to fight human trafficking and gender-based abuses and crimes. The Boy at the Back of the Class is her debut novel. Excerpt. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. There used to be an empty chair at the back of my classroom. It wasn t special it was just empty because no one was sitting in it. But then one day, just three weeks after school started, the most exciting thing that could ever happen to anyone happened to me and my three best friends. And it all began with that chair. Usually, the best thing about starting a brand-new semester is that you get extra allowance to buy new school supplies with. Every year, on the last Sunday of the summer break, my mum takes me on an Extra-Special Adventure to hunt down my notebooks for the new school year. Sometimes I get so excited that my feet feel jumpy inside and I don t know which store I want to go into first. There aren t many nice school supply stores where I live--they only ever have boring dinosaur sets for boys or princess sets for girls. So ...
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