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FOLLOW-UP TO THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND TO THE SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENTITLED "WOMEN 2000 : GENDER EQUALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY" : IMPLEMENTATION OF STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND ACTION IN THE CRITICAL AREAS OF CONCERN AND FURTHER ACTIONS AND INITIATIVES : WOMEN'S EQUAL PARTICIPATION IN CONFLICT PREVENTION, MANAGEMENT AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND IN POST-CONFLICT PEACE-BUILDING : STATEMENT
The priorities in justice for these widows are for security, protection from violence, enjoyment of the right to education and training for paid work, for adequate shelter, the repair of their ruined homes, for the wherewithal to obtain proper food, health care and clothing. There is little or no research or data available about these vulnerable women who have so much unused potential for peace and democracy building. (...) Besides, widows’ children may be so badly nourished, ill-clothed and poorly sheltered that, physical and emotional health problems often block their inclusion in education programmes. (...) They hope for peace and stability so as to bring up, house, clothe, feed and educate their children. They wish this next generation to live useful lives contributing to the rebuilding of their communities and society in general.
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Score: 1218778.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=E/CN.6/2004/NGO/7&Lang=E
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STAFF RULES
ST/AFS/SGB/81/Rev.8 English Page 3 (iv) The staff rules for regular staff members shall continue to apply to staff members who are detailed or transferred to technical assistance projects and, in addition, the following of these rules shall be applicable: rule 212(g) dealing with clothing allowance rule 214 dealing with subsistence ailowance rule 215(g) dealing with medical examinations rule 218(c) dealing with annual travel to residence rule 2l8(d) dealing with travel of depend~nts to mission area rule 218(g) dealing with removal of household. goods. (...) ST/AFS/SGB/8l/Rev.8 English Page 8 (g) A clothing allowance not to exceed $200 shall be paid to project personnel who are recruited in temperate areas and sent to non-temperate areas, or vice versa. Except in unusual cases, clothing allowances shall not be paid in respect of assignments of less than one month duration in the field, m:d shall not be paid more than once to the same individual.
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Score: 1158593.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=ST/AFS/SGB/81/REV.8&Lang=E
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GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS (GHS) / SUBMITTED BY THE GHS EDITORIAL GROUP
Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Avoid contact with skin (eyes or clothing). (...) Personal protective equipment Wear suitable [protective clothing] [gloves] [and eye/face protection]. Wear protective clothing and gloves (specify protective clothing and type of gloves). (...) Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Remove clothing and wash thoroughly before use.
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Score: 1151590.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...AC.10/C.4/2002/16/ADD.6&Lang=E
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DESTRUCTION OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS PRODUCTION FACILITIES
This surface decontamination effort would be slow and labour intensive since personnel will have to be dressed in cumbersome protective clothing. Once all surface contamination has been removed, actual disassembly and destruction can begin. (...) In addition to the large pieces of equipment, all other special and standard equipment, such as valves, gauges, piping, and production control equipment must be destroyed after disassembly by cutting into pieces, crushing, heating or other techniques that would render the equipment irreversibly unuseable. All personnel conducting disassembly and destruction operations would have to wear protective masks and clothing. (...) During the disassembly of a supertoxic chemical facility, not only must personnel be in protective clothing but the air must be monitored continuously to assess the presence and concentration of any vapour to which workers may be exposed.
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Score: 1151322.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=CD/849&Lang=E
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Leaking containers and spilled pesticides can release noxious vapours and come into contact with other materials such as food, clothing and furniture, causing serious health problems to people or animals, even when contact has been very brief. (...) Take back empty containers and unused pesticides. End users of pesticides generally have neither the expertise nor the resources to dispose of empty pesticide containers and unused or unwanted pesticides safely. (...) Materials such as shelving, soil, clothing or cleaning materials that have been contaminated with pesticides should be disposed of safely through an approved scheme.
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Score: 1145354.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...esticides/docs/small_qties.pdf
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Current decoding picture Decoded pictures of the reference picture buffer MMCO command I0 P1 I0 B2 I0, P1 B3 I0, P1, B2 unused B3 B4 I0, P1, B2, B3 unused B4 P5 I0, P1, B2, B3, B4 unused B2 B6 I0, P1, P5 B7 I0, P1, P5, B6 unused B7 Table 3 Contents in a reference picture buffer and MMCO commands (with repetition). Current decoding picture Decoded pictures of the reference picture buffer MMCO command I0 P1 I0 B2 I0, P1 B3 I0, P1, B2 unused B3 B4 I0, P1, B2, B3 unused B4 P5 I0, P1, B2, B3, B4 unused B2 B6 I0, P1, P5 unused B2 B7 I0, P1, P5, B6 unused B7 3 Proposed solutions To solve the problems described in section 2, “reset” MMCO command is modified and MMCO commands executable before decoding the current picture are newly introduced. (...) If P5 picture is lost, B2 picture is marked as “unused” at B6 picture after decoding B6 picture. If “repeat unused” B2 picture is sent at B6 picture as shown in Table 4, the error of B6 picture of this case is smaller than that of B6 picture of CD case as B2 picture is marked as “unused” before decoding B6 picture.
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Score: 1123271.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...002_07_Klagenfurt/JVT-D031.doc
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UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY FUND : REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD, 19-20 JUNE 1950
Use of UNICEF Raw Materials in Europe for Children's Shoes, Clothing, and Institutional Supplies : E/ICEF/ 150. (...) A distribution programme for clothing and shoes made with UNICEF raw materials is currently planned for Berlin, regarded for this purpose as one unit. (...) The present apportionment will permit manu­ facture of a set of clothing each for another 60,000 children (E/ICEF/R.37).
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Score: 1120694.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=E/1737&Lang=E
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In this case, if the buffer has sufficient “unused” capacity to store the current picture, no additional pictures shall be marked as “unused” in the buffer. (...) It is used in order to assign a long-term index to a picture, mark a short-term picture as “unused”, or mark sub-picture areas of a short-term picture as “unused”. (...) First, the decoder determines whether the picture can be stored into “unused” buffer capacity. If there is insufficient “unused” buffer capacity, the short-term picture with the largest default relative index (i.e. the oldest short-term picture in the buffer) shall be marked as “unused”.
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Score: 1100625.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O10.doc
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In this case, if the buffer has sufficient “unused” capacity to store the current picture, no additional pictures shall be marked as “unused” in the buffer. (...) It is used in order to assign a long-term index to a picture, mark a short-term picture as “unused”, or mark sub-picture areas of a short-term picture as “unused”. (...) First, the decoder determines whether the picture can be stored into “unused” buffer capacity. If there is insufficient “unused” buffer capacity, the short-term picture with the largest default relative index (i.e. the oldest short-term picture in the buffer) shall be marked as “unused”.
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Score: 1100625.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...o-site/0112_Pat/VCEG-O10r1.doc
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In this case, if the buffer has sufficient “unused” capacity to store the current picture, no additional pictures shall be marked as “unused” in the buffer. (...) It is used in order to assign a long-term index to a picture, mark a short-term picture as “unused”, or mark sub-picture areas of a short-term picture as “unused”. (...) First, the decoder determines whether the picture can be stored into “unused” buffer capacity. If there is insufficient “unused” buffer capacity, the short-term picture with the largest default relative index (i.e. the oldest short-term picture in the buffer) shall be marked as “unused”.
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Score: 1100625.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O10r1.doc
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