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The mayor part of the spectrum allocated to the IBS system is currently unused. Taking into account the evolution of VSAT technology the contract for this band should be renegotiated to ensure more flexible usage. (...) SNMC/19–WP/07A This Conclusion had not been implemented till SNMC18 and States/Organizations are always charged on unused IBS carriers while operating lease band. Therefore SNMC/18 agreed on Conclusion 18/13 as follow: Conclusion 18/13: Conversion of IBS Band to leased band That: States/organizations pursue and complete the implementation of conclusion of SNMC17/10 by adopting the following process: a) IBS carrier status of stations be forwarded to ASECNA for compilation and transmission to INTELSAT; and b) A Technical/financial meeting should be held by SNMC members with INTELSAT to ensure the conversion of IBS band to a leased band.
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Score: 920154.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ngs/2011/snmc19/docs/wp07a.pdf
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He had in good faith accumulated 60 days of unused annual leave at the time of his retirement in April 2011. 6. (...) Robineau was not entitled to an additional payment for unused annual leave days upon his retirement, pursuant to the Staff Rules 4.17 and 9.9 in force on 15 April 2011. (...) Robineau’s unused leave entitlements upon his retirement on 15 April 2011. 12.
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Score: 919678.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-396.pdf
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BEST PRACTICES WITH REGARD TO THE USE OF THE TIR CARNET : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For each additional office of destination, an extra pair of pages (voucher No. 1/counterfoil No. 1 and voucher No. 2/counterfoil No. 2) is required. C. Unused vouchers of the TIR Carnet 16. 17. If, following the end of the TIR transport at the (last) Customs office of destination, some unused vouchers remain in the TIR Carnet, the Customs authorities should visibly invalidate them (cross out, punch, etc.), with a view to avoiding their possible use for fraudulent purposes. (...) Generic indications, such as electronics, household appliances, clothes, interior supplies, shall not be accepted as goods description. (...) Vouchers No.1/ No.2 and counterfoils No.1/No.2 C. Unused vouchers of the TIR Carnet IV. USE OF THE TIR CARNET IN NON-STANDARD SITUATIONS A.
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Score: 914066 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.30/AC.2/2008/8&Lang=E
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. – The frame buffer includes a non-paired reference field marked as "unused for reference" and "not needed for output". – The frame buffer includes a reference frame with both fields marked as "unused for reference" and "not needed for output". – The frame buffer includes a complementary reference field pair with both fields marked as "unused for reference" and "not needed for output".
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Score: 912977.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...5_Geneva/JVT-H025withNotes.doc
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INFORMATION FROM NON-SELF-GOVERNING TERRITORIES : SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION TRANSMITTED UNDER ARTICLE 73E OF THE CHARTER : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Exports · 37·7 92.0 113.7 Principal imports: Rice 6,() ,3;1 7.3 Provisions 4·3 6.0 10.6 Textiles e.nd clothing 3o7 6.8 9.3 Principal ex.;_Jorts: Rubber 15.9 59.9 86.2 Timber 5·4 6~5 10.2 Copra ?. (...) Figures for an avera6e Eonthly budget for wo~~ers of various races in the Colony, collected by the Labour Department towards the end of 1951, showed the follordng comparison vdth the correspond- ing figures for 1949 and 1951: lvork.er·r s monthly budget 1949 1950 1951 Increase Decrease $ 'il' ~ 195·:-51 1950-51 (per cent) {_oer cent) Chinese: Foodstuffs 24Q98 28.98 35.02 22.9 Clothing and bedding 4 .. 94 6.41 6.,20 3.4 hiscellaneous 8.38 11"56 12.56 3.6 ·-- Total 38.30 46.95 54.38 15.8 Javanese: l:'oodstuffs 19oJ6 22~78 25.67 12 .. 7 Clothing and bedding .. 6.31 6e5S 8 .. 35 26c9 Miscellaneous . 7.28 8.,22 9.27 l2c8 Total 32.75 37o58 43.29 15.5 United Kingdom: i~orth Borneo A/2134/Add.6 Page 25 .. (...) '-51 ( ner cent) (per cent) Natives: Foodstuffs 20.81 24.96 )0.84 23.5 Clothing and bedding 4.26 4.98 6o50 · 30~5 biscella..."'
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Score: 910984 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/2134/ADD.6&Lang=E
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The 8th bit (MSB) is currently defined as reserved and unused (being initialized to 0). I propose that this bit be set to one (1) to indicate that the media identifier is now represented in terms of a logical channel number. (...) This might protect parsers that incorrectly parse the unused 8th bit. Section 9.2.2 The second paragraph is not needed.
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Score: 910583 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...avc-site/1993-1996/AVC-826.ww6
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The 8th bit (MSB) is currently defined as reserved and unused (being initialized to 0). I propose that this bit be set to one (1) to indicate that the media identifier is now represented in terms of a logical channel number. (...) This might protect parsers that incorrectly parse the unused 8th bit. Section 9.2.2 The second paragraph is not needed.
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Score: 910583 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...avc-site/1993-1996/AVC-826.ww2
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Consumer Commercial Educational Healthcare Industrial Government Consumer electronics Commercia l hotspots Campus networks Records management Process monitoring Municipa l networks Home monitoring Card payments Process control Wide-area sys tems control Process automation Medica l devices Remote controls Bluetooth marketing RFID Contactless payment Transport payment Supply cha in Human implants Identi fication In-s tore Drug authentici ty Home control Premises control Exact process monitoring Exact process control Exact process automation Microwave/WiMAX WirelessHD, WiGig Exis ting uses Uses in development Very high rate date trans fer Mobi le and fixed broadband Point-to-point connections Sensor networks Wireless LANs 802.11/Wi-Fi Broadband extens ion Loca l area networks Mobi le phone headsets Wireless HD displays Asset tracking Smart metering Wireless PANs 802.15.1/Bluetooth Low data rate wireless PANs 802.15.4/Zigbee Personal area networks 4 Thanki estimates the U.S. economic value generated by the following unlicensed applications: (1) Wi-Fi broadband access within homes, (2) voice over Wireless local area networks and wireless electronic health records in hospitals, and (3) RFID tags for in-store item-level tagging in the clothing retail sector. Accounting for only about 15% of the total projected market for unlicensed chipsets, Thanki estimates that the annual consumer surplus generated by Wi-Fi in the United States in homes is between $4.3 and $12.6 billion.5 That translates to a consumer surplus per U.S. household per month of between $5.40 and $15.70. (...) Likewise, Thanki estimates the annual economic value derived from using RFID tags for in-store item- level tagging in the U.S. clothing retail sector of $2.0 to $8.1 billion per year between 2009 and 2025.8 The chart below summarizes the annualized economic benefits from Thanki’s analysis of selected unlicensed applications: Summary of modelled economic benefits of selected unlicensed applications in the US Scenarios (2009 – 2025) Low Medium High Economic value generated by home Wi-Fi ($ billions) 4.3 8.4 12.6 Economic value generated by hospital Wi-Fi ($ billions per year) 9.6 12.9 16.1 Economic value generated by clothing RFID ($ billions per year) 2.0 4.1 8.1 SUM OF ANNUAL ECONOMIC VALUE ($ billions per year) 16.0 25.4 36.8 The three applications Thanki chose to analyze – Wi-Fi enhancing broadband access in homes, Wi-Fi delivering voice services and wireless access to patient records in hospitals and RFID tracking inventory in clothing retail stores – together may generate $16 to $37 billion per year in economic value for the U.S. economy over the next 15 years. The paper also estimates the economic value that might be generated from existing Wi-Fi applications improved through using the unused TV bands (the “white spaces”) in the U.S. as $3.9 -7.3 billion a year over the next 15 years. 5 See id. at 27. 6 Id. 7 See id. at 30. 8 See id. at 34. 5 We would expect to see similar economic benefits experienced in other countries.
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Score: 910046.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/part.../2009/docs/GILF_MSFT_Nov09.pdf
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SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE TERRITORY OF THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA : 4TH PERIODIC REPORT ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE TERRITORY OF THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA / SUBMITTED BY TADEUSZ MAZOWIECKI, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 32 OF COMMISSION RESOLUTION 1993/7 OF 23 FEBRUARY 1993
Shortly before the Special Rapporteur’s field officers arrived in August 1993 two shells had damaged the top floor of the improvised hospital in the district, destroying medical supplies and making the third floor of the building unusable. A warehouse used for storing relief had also been the object of a direct hit. (...) In the course of their discussions an unidentified man in civilian clothing fired a shot into the air from within the police car. 28.
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Score: 909575.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.4/1994/8&Lang=E
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SEIZURES OF CANNABIS AT ATLANTIC COAST AND MEXICAN GULF PORTS DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 1947 : CONVENTION OF 13 JULY 1931 FOR LIMITING THE MANUFACTURE AND REGULATING THE DISTRIBUTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS AS AMENDED BY THE PROTOCOL SIGNED AT LAKE SUCCESS 11 DECEMBER 1946 : UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : REPORT NO. 1153 COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ON 17 JULY 1947
South American and Cuban ports, they found a sack of bulk marihuana in an unused coffee urn in the armed gMard pantry, portside, Place and date of seizure: New Orleans_, Louisiana, February 14, 1947 Names of defendants: Gerrardo TORRES, American citizen of Puerto Ricar1 extraction.- Qu8Iltities of cannabis seized: 47.1 grains, (3.l graillli2•.:.s) net, of marihuana. (...) _ Uppn the a.rl;'i val in port of the American steamship PIERRE SOULE from Algiers, a customs officer found one takrouri cigarette, weighing 9 grain£:~, (0.6 grammes) and 127 grains (8.2 grammes) of takrouri c0ntained in t-vro boxes in the clothing of Jonathan FJffiGETT, cre-vmember. The defendant stated he had obtained the· -takrouri from an Arab in Algiers in exchange for an old shirt.
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Score: 909575.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/NS.1947/202&Lang=E
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