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  • Hunter Douglas N.V. (Euronext:) is a Dutch public corporation and major worldwide manufacturer of window coverings and . Hunter Douglas has its head office in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and a management office in Lucerne, Switzerland.
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  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
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  • a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"
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Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit
Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit
During his twenty-five year career with the Investigative Support Unit, Special Agent John Douglas became a legendary figure in law enforcement, pursuing some of the most notorious and sadistic serial killers of our time: the man who hunted prostitutes for sport in the woods of Alaska, the Atlanta child murderer, and Seattle's Green River killer, the case that nearly cost Douglas his life.
As the model for Jack Crawford in The Silence of the Lambs, Douglas has confronted, interviewed, and studied scores of serial killers and assassins, including Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, and Ed Gein, who dressed himself in his victims' peeled skin. Using his uncanny ability to become both predator and prey, Douglas examines each crime scene, reliving both the killer's and the victim's actions in his mind, creating their profiles, describing their habits, and predicting their next moves.
Now, in chilling detail, the legendary Mindhunter takes us behind the scenes of some of his most gruesome, fascinating, and challenging cases -- and into the darkest recesses of our worst nightmares.

Mindhunter enters the minds of some of the country's most notorious serial killers to tell the real-life story of the Investigative Support Unit (ISU) -- the FBI's special force that has assisted state and local police in cracking some of the country's most celebrated serial murder and rape cases. The unit specializes in understanding the chemistry and mechanical workings of the brain's of these serial criminals, and did its homework by interviewing such murderers as Charles Manson and David Berkowitz (the Son of Sam). John Douglas, who worked for the FBI for 25 years, is an authority on the unit, and his book combines the best of nonfiction with that of a murder mystery.

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Born in 1989
Born in 1989
pero mientras tanto pasaban bocha de cosas ese ano Acontecimientos Enero * 1 de enero - Entra en vigor el Protocolo de Montreal, ratificado por 29 paises y la CEE, para proteger la capa de ozono. * El principe Akihito, de 55 anos, recibe los simbolos de la sucesion de su padre, Hirohito, como nuevo Emperador de Japon. * 11 de enero o El ejercito mexicano ocupa las instalaciones petroleras y encarcela al dirigente sindical "La Quina". o La policia francesa detiene a Josu Ternera, maximo dirigente de ETA. * 23 de enero - Argentina: 42 militantes del Movimiento Todos por la Patria, bajo el mando de Enrique Gorriaran Merlo, asaltan el Regimiento General Belgrano, de La Tablada, bajo el argumento de frenar un intento de Golpe de Estado por parte de un grupo de "Carapintadas". Febrero * 1 de febrero - La familia real espanola visita la capilla ardiente de Alfonso de Borbon y Dampierre, instalada en las Descalzas Reales de Madrid. * 2 de febrero - Andres Rodriguez Pedotti encabeza un golpe de Estado en Paraguay contra el regimen del general Alfredo Stroessner * Carlos Andres Perez asume la presidencia de Venezuela * 3 de febrero - Paraguay: es depuesto el general Alfredo Stroessner como consecuencia de un golpe de estado liderado por el general Andres Rodriguez. * 4 de febrero - El cirujano y urologo espanol Aurelio Uson ha finalizado con exito el cambio integral del sexo a una mujer mediante la "tecnica Shangai", nuevo metodo quirurgico. * 6 de febrero o Treinta mil soldados sovieticos abandonan Afganistan, mientras la capital, Kabul, queda sumida en el caos. o En el Congreso espanol se disuelven las agrupaciones de la Democracia Cristiana y del Partido Liberal. o El presidente argelino Benyedid visita al rey Hassan II, despues de muchos anos de criticas relaciones. * 7 de febrero: o El conflicto nacionalista entre Armenia y Azerbaiyan ha causado 91 muertos y 1.532 heridos, segun datos oficiales. o Se rompen las negociaciones entre Gobierno espanol y sindicatos sobre medidas sociales relativas a las reivindicaciones de la huelga general del 14 de diciembre de 1988. o Jose Manuel Abascal logra la medalla de plata en los 1.500 metros lisos del Mundial de Atletismo en Sala celebrado en Indianapolis (EE.UU.). * 9 de febrero: o Doce candidatos al Congreso de los Diputados del Pueblo, nuevo Parlamento sovietico, presentan por primera vez sus programas a un grupo de electores moscovitas. o El Gobierno de la RFA prohibe el partido neonazi NS. * 10 de febrero - El socialdemocrata Michael Manley gana por amplio margen en las elecciones de Jamaica. * 11 de febrero: o Barbara Clementine Harris, sacerdotisa de la iglesia episcopaliana, se convierte en la primera mujer ordenada obispo. o La capital de Afganistan, Kabul, es sitiada por la guerrilla y minada por la quinta columna durante la salida de los soldados sovieticos de la ciudad. o Benazir Bhutto, primera ministra de Pakistan, visita Pekin. * 13 de febrero - Cumbre de presidentes centroamericanos en El Salvador, en un clima de desanimo. * 14 de febrero o el primero de los veinticuatro satelites que conforman en sistema GPS es situado en su orbita. o Jomeini hace un llamamiento a los musulmanes del todo el mundo para ejecutar al escritor angloindio Salman Rushdie, por entender que su obra Versos Satanicos ofende al Islam. * 15 de febrero o Creacion en Bagdad del Consejo de Solidaridad Arabe. o El cohete "Delta II" de Estados Unidos pone en orbita el primero de una nueva generacion de satelites Navstar. * 16 de febrero o Venezuela: El presidente de Venezuela, Carlos Andres Perez decreta el llamado "paquete economico" que desembocaria en los sucesos del Caracazo. o Roger Patrice Pelat, amigo personal de Mitterrand, es procesado en Paris por el caso Pechiney. * 17 de febrero - Concluye la segunda cumbre magrebi en Marrakech, con un pacto defensivo y el nacimiento de la Union del Magreb Arabe. * 18 de febrero o Se crea en Marrakech (Marruecos) la Union del Magreb Arabe (UMA), acuerdo entre los jefes de Estado de Marruecos, Libia, Argelia, Tunez y Mauritania. o Arnaldo Forlani sustituye a Ciriaco de Mita en la secretaria general de la Democracia Cristiana italiana. * 19 de febrero o El espanol Cayetano Cornet consigue la medalla de oro de 400 m en los Campeonatos Europeos de Atletismo, celebrados en La Haya. o Detectado por primera vez el nacimiento de una estrella pulsante entre los restos de la supernova 1987 A. * 22 de febrero - Arnaldo Forlani es elegido nuevo secretario de la Democracia Cristiana italiana. * 23 de febrero o El PP y el PAR firman el pacto de formacion de un G
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The third bedroom has plenty of room to be used as an office or bedroom, great closet space and Hunter Douglas blackout blinds and beige Berber carpet.

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The Race to the New World: Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, and a Lost History of Discovery
The final decade of the fifteenth century was a turning point in world history. The Genoese mariner Christopher Columbus sailed westward on the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, famously determined to discover for Spain a shorter and more direct route to the riches of the Indies. Meanwhile, a fellow Italian explorer for hire, John Cabot, set off on his own journey, under England's flag. Here, Douglas Hunter tells the fascinating tale of how, during this expedition, Columbus gained a rival. In the space of a few critical years, these two men engaged in a high-stakes race that threatened the precarious diplomatic balance of Europe-to exploit what they believed was a shortcut to staggering wealth. Instead, they found a New World that neither was looking for. Hunter provides a revelatory look at how the lives of Columbus and Cabot were interconnected, and how neither explorer can be understood properly without understanding both. Together, Cabot and Columbus provide a novel and important perspective on the first years of European experience of the New World.

The final decade of the fifteenth century was a turning point in world history. The Genoese mariner Christopher Columbus sailed westward on the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, famously determined to discover for Spain a shorter and more direct route to the riches of the Indies. Meanwhile, a fellow Italian explorer for hire, John Cabot, set off on his own journey, under England's flag. Here, Douglas Hunter tells the fascinating tale of how, during this expedition, Columbus gained a rival. In the space of a few critical years, these two men engaged in a high-stakes race that threatened the precarious diplomatic balance of Europe-to exploit what they believed was a shortcut to staggering wealth. Instead, they found a New World that neither was looking for. Hunter provides a revelatory look at how the lives of Columbus and Cabot were interconnected, and how neither explorer can be understood properly without understanding both. Together, Cabot and Columbus provide a novel and important perspective on the first years of European experience of the New World.

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