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of small tools. Sometimes the monotony of the evening would be cheered by the playing of a concertina (...) Movement dates from 1921, the N a tiona! Playing Fields Association from 1926. As regards denominational (...) building. Local initiative plays the most important part in regard to music and dancing. Groups
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Score: 537436.9 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ncilMSD/C-109-M-64-1939_EN.pdf
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the Office international d :Hypiène publique on the rôle which it would have to play within the frame-work (...) of the Office international d'Hygiène publique on the role which it to uld have to play within the framework (...) , and that the Office inter­ national d ’Hygiène publique should be.consulted on the rôle which it would have to play
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Score: 521205.47 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ncilDocs/C-235-1936-III_EN.pdf
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(Communicated t o the Council and the Members of the League.] L 'n " 7'"" ,... • """"",.. c. 284. M. 103. 1926. IV. C. P. E./ 2nd Session/ P. V. Geneva, May 1926. LEAGUE OF NATIONS
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Score: 514601.6 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-264-M-103-1926-IV_EN.pdf
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of the school year with short plays, Jendrzin (A copy of the report in the Kowiry Ccdzienne, No.75 of April (...) of the programme to a close,, The next part of the celebrations consisted of two fairy-plays - "The Mouse Queen (...) of the play was frequently rich in meaning, and the audience listened to such passages with the keenest
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Score: 504190.43 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ouncilDocs/C-434-1933-I_EN.pdf
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; these are unable to play a useful part 1 2 GOVERNMENT ACTION CONCERNED WITH MARKETS AND PRODUCTION unless (...) only played a secondary rôle in the lowering of production costs. This essential feature (...) of production. The new policy meant on the one hand, abandoning the free play of supply and demand
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Score: 502367 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...uncilMSD/C-23-M-15-1939_EN.pdf
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, that of rural life- while account must be taken of the factors of all kinds which come into play". The Assembly (...) . (b ) Thg part to be played by the public authorities, and' the composition of delegations. It must (...) author­ ities play, or would wish to play, in any endeavour to bring about an improvement in any aspect
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Score: 498595.2 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...cilDocs/C-161-1938-II-B_EN.pdf
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be taken of the factors of all kinds which come into play The Assembly endorsed this conclusion (...) . (b) The Part to be played by the Public Authorities, and the Composition of Delegations. It must (...) , it should concentrate its attention on the part that the public authorities play, or should play, in any
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Score: 498595.2 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-161-M-101-1938-II-B_EN.pdf
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of her material existence and of her currency, and of the pa rt she has to play in the international (...) To understand the p a r t played by the public authorities — national, regional and local — in improving (...) to illiterate adults, gives talks on subjects of general interest and plays his p a rt in the work of social
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Score: 495276.5 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...cilMSD/C-223-M-151-1939_EN.pdf
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settled he trouble in Kirdita. He has now played a predominant part during tto whole crisis. It was ho (...) Play a loading tole in tho near future. It is to bo deplored that the army s,oms to have inter­ fered
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Score: 483000.83 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ouncilDocs/C-7-1922-VII_EN.pdf
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