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There are very few age nts that have the ability to penetrate intact skin. Leptospira is one of those rare agents. Bloodborne pathogens such as Hepatitis B and HIV pose a risk to non-intact skin, provided that there is an adequate concentration of material and exposure time. What exactly is non-intact skin? Skin that is scratched, abraded, cut, or may be affected by skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, rashes, or acne, could be compromised. (...) This is made even more confusing because it actually could involve 3 different modes of transmission: respiratory, mucous membrane and / or non-intact skin.
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Score: 1183361.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...sGoods/DGP19/DGP.19.IP.012.pdf
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For Jerome Montague that did not only mean to be in the field, it literally meant to be in the swamps: Jerome served with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Wildlife Officer in Lake Murray, providing assistance to the crocodile skin industry at the Baboa crocodile station. UNV and the crocodile skin industry? (...) The first thing we did, was to make it illegal to sell the skin of a crocodile that was big enough to be a breeder. People were encouraged not to kill small crocodiles for their skin but rather capture them alive and sell them to the government for a higher price, where they then would be raised into a larger more valuable skin
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Score: 1181849.8 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...ous-peoples-retrospective-1978
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For Jerome Montague that did not only mean to be in the field, it literally meant to be in the swamps: Jerome served with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Wildlife Officer in Lake Murray, providing assistance to the crocodile skin industry at the Baboa crocodile station. UNV and the crocodile skin industry? (...) The first thing we did, was to make it illegal to sell the skin of a crocodile that was big enough to be a breeder. People were encouraged not to kill small crocodiles for their skin but rather capture them alive and sell them to the government for a higher price, where they then would be raised into a larger more valuable skin
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Score: 1181849.8 - https://www.unv.org/node/5207
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For Jerome Montague that did not only mean to be in the field, it literally meant to be in the swamps: Jerome served with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Wildlife Officer in Lake Murray, providing assistance to the crocodile skin industry at the Baboa crocodile station. UNV and the crocodile skin industry? (...) The first thing we did, was to make it illegal to sell the skin of a crocodile that was big enough to be a breeder. People were encouraged not to kill small crocodiles for their skin but rather capture them alive and sell them to the government for a higher price, where they then would be raised into a larger more valuable skin
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Score: 1181849.8 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/5207
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For Jerome Montague that did not only mean to be in the field, it literally meant to be in the swamps: Jerome served with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Wildlife Officer in Lake Murray, providing assistance to the crocodile skin industry at the Baboa crocodile station. UNV and the crocodile skin industry? (...) The first thing we did, was to make it illegal to sell the skin of a crocodile that was big enough to be a breeder. People were encouraged not to kill small crocodiles for their skin but rather capture them alive and sell them to the government for a higher price, where they then would be raised into a larger more valuable skin
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Score: 1181849.8 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...ous-peoples-retrospective-1978
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International Memory of the World Register Manuscript Collection of Shota Rustaveli's Poem "Knight in the Panther's Skin" (Georgia) 2012-45 1.0 Summary (max 200 words) The Medieval epic poem "Knight in the Panther's Skin" is a national epos of Georgian people written in the XII-XIII cc. by Shota Rustaveli during the reign of Queen Tamar — the time period that is most frequently called the "Golden Era" of Georgia. (...) Rustaveli's Poem "Knight in the Panther's Skin" has an enormously great importance for both the scholars of Georgian and Caucasian studies and for scholars of the Middle East. (...) It's also worth mentioning that Shota Rustaveli's epic poem "Knight in the Panther's Skin" is the first Georgian secular book printed in Georgian typography in 1712.
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Score: 1165600.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...files/georgia_rustaveli_en.pdf
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The step-by-step interventions in EINC are (1) immediate and thorough drying of the baby, (2) early-skin-to-skin contact between the mother and the newborn, (3) properly-timed cord clamping, and (4) non-separation of the mother and baby for early breastfeeding initiation. (...) That is why it is very important that the mother and baby should be kept together on skin-to-skin contact on the breast for that first full breastfeed,” said Dr Tetchie. (...) “Unang Yakap is routine for low-risk births but I believe that babies of high risk pregnancies will actually benefit all the more from it. It should be routine for all births unless there are circumstances that prevent the full implementation of the four core steps like a non-breathing baby even after immediate and thorough drying,” said Dr Tetchie.
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Score: 1164004.1 - https://www.who.int/philippine...g-breastfeeding-from-the-start
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Not a picture, not a photograph, not a painting, but the actual Milky Way as seen from the ground? It takes your breath away, leaves you speechless even. (...) Your hands are scratching her soft skin while she’s struggling for air. The girl can’t breathe, her lungs are burning. (...) So tell them that this is actually a crisis.  Call it a crisis.  Tell them what will happen after all the bees die.
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Score: 1162395.8 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgaria/en/stories/imagine
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For Jerome Montague that did not only mean to be in the field, it literally meant to be in the swamps: Jerome served with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Wildlife Officer in Lake Murray, providing assistance to the crocodile skin industry at the Baboa crocodile station. UNV and the crocodile skin industry? (...) The first thing we did, was to make it illegal to sell the skin of a crocodile that was big enough to be a breeder. People were encouraged not to kill small crocodiles for their skin but rather capture them alive and sell them to the government for a higher price, where they then would be raised into a larger more valuable skin
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Score: 1154724.3 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/fr/node/5207
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For Jerome Montague that did not only mean to be in the field, it literally meant to be in the swamps: Jerome served with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Wildlife Officer in Lake Murray, providing assistance to the crocodile skin industry at the Baboa crocodile station. UNV and the crocodile skin industry? (...) The first thing we did, was to make it illegal to sell the skin of a crocodile that was big enough to be a breeder. People were encouraged not to kill small crocodiles for their skin but rather capture them alive and sell them to the government for a higher price, where they then would be raised into a larger more valuable skin
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Score: 1154724.3 - https://www.unv.org/fr/node/5207
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