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Wenn du du den Stream sehen kannst kannst du ihn auch downloaden, dazu brauchst du einfach nur ein Add-on für deinen Browser was videos erkennt und runterladen kann (ein Media grabber). Wenn du nicht weißt was ein Add on ist dann Google mal, falls du nicht firefox benutzt sondern chrome dann, heißt es Erweiterung. Es gibt auch programme falls das leichter für dich ist. Wie zb Jdownloader da musst du nur die URL von dem Stream eingeben und dann zeigt er die schon alle möglichen Datein an die du von der Website runterladen kannst, du musst dann halt nur die Video Datei runterladen.




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Hallo ich wollte fragen ob jemand weiß wo ich Code Geass auf ger sub anschauen kann ich habe früher den anime auf ger dub angeschaut aber das will ich mir ungern wieder antun. Außerdem wäre es nett wenn es gute qualität hat ich weiß anime4you hat code geass auf ger sub aber mit 480p und das kann man sich ja wirklich nicht geben ?


Würde gerne wissen, wo man legal deathnote und code geass gucken kann, man es nicht illegal zu schauen, weil ich die Creator und Publisher insoweit unterstützen will. Ger dub wäre super alternativ geht auch ohne. Vielen Dank


C.C. was called to Clovisland by Mao, at first she was stopped by Lelouch. She tells him that she will go back to Mao. Lelouch asks if she is betraying him, which C.C. responds that she was never his friend, just a collaborator. He continues saying that she knows about him too much. He commands C.C. to stay by his side and not leave by using his Geass power but it fails due to C.C.'s immortality and code. She promises him that she will not reveal anything about his identity and tells Lelouch that when she's gone, all his obstacles will disappear too.


Her past is revealed to Lelouch after he is transported to the Sword of Akasha to face the Emperor. She also reveals that he would have become immortal had he been able to take her code, rendering her mortal and thus granting her wish, which is to die and spares him by offering her life to the Emperor. Lelouch refuses to let her die unhappy and rescues her, telling his father that he would not let him take her away from him. Afterwards, she regains the will to pursue the life she wishes, thus C.C. decided to bet her hopes on sealing away her own Code, losing her memories of Geass and reverts to her personality as it was before she came under the contract that ultimately bestowed immortality upon her.


No, Code Geass is unavailable on Crunchyroll as its license was removed some time ago and has not yet been renewed. Amazon Prime Video also doesn\u2019t list the series at the time of writing.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Craig McCart","description":"Craig McCart is a content writer and copywriter with 10+ years of experience working in cybersecurity in a corporate VPN environment. 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It is between 1800 and 1804 that Napoleon Bonaparte's story takes a strange turn. By the turn of 1801, he was First Consul of France, in practice a King in all but name. Though infuriating to hardliners on both the political Left and Right, his regime was broadly acceptable to, even popular with, the bulk of the French population. After years of chaos and bloodshed, it seemed that France finally had a statesmanlike leader, capable of solving the Republic's myriad problems. Of his many reforms, one of the most significant was the Code civil des Français (popularly dubbed the 'Napoleonic Code'), which came into force in March of 1804. Aside from guaranteeing freedom of religion and abolishing birth privileges, the code completely revamped the French legal system, replacing the patchwork feudal system and newer revolutionary legislation with a single, universal code; which drew heavily on ancient Roman law. Major changes included the introduction of juries for criminal trials, and a guarantee of legal counsel for all defendants. He also revamped the administration and began a series of public works projects intended to improve infrastructure and encourage trade. In religious matters, this period saw the 1801 Concordat between Napoleon and Pope Pius VII. It maintained the principle of secularism (laicite), and required that all priests swear an oath to the state (in return for paying their salaries), but in return acknowledged Catholicism as the majority religion and allowed the Church to depose bishops (though the state still nominated them).


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