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In the examples which follow it will be assumed that the urban population grows at a constant (annual) rate. (...) Rural rate 0/ increase (assumed) At 2.0 per cent At 2.5 per cent At 3.0 per cent133. (...) Rural rate of increase (assumed) Year At 1.5 per cent At 2.0 per cent At 2.5 per cent Rural rate 0/ increase (assumed) 139.
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Score: 670451.4 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ojections/manual8/chapter4.pdf
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This scenario is based on the medium variant of the 1998 Revision, amended by assuming zero migration after 1995. Scenario III. This scenario computes and assumes the migration required to maintain the size of the total population at the highest level it would reach in the absence of migration after 1995. (...) In general, recorded post-1995 trends in fertility were assumed to continue until the year 2000, and then stabilize at the 2000 level until 2005. After 2005, fertility was assumed to move towards the target level at a pace of 0.07 children per woman per quinquennium.
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Score: 663845.65 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...f/ageing/replacement-chap3.pdf
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AVC-22R First Simplified Network Model A small group meeting was held and the following approach was agreed; 1) A single stage multiplex is assumed. 2) The network is assumed to exhibit a cell loss/network load characteristics as shown in Appendix 1. An example of this characteristics is shown in Appendix 2. 3) The multiplex is assumed to have a maximum available bandwidth (CAP) of 100 Mbit/s. 4) Cell loss is assumed to be random. 5) Each cell loss corresponds to 48 consecutive bytes of information being lost.
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Score: 650095.46 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../Report_texts/AVC-0022R_a4.txt
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Assume further that it does not assume any risk with respect to that intangible. (...) Example: MMD B.5.3.23. Assume that MMD Co is a company engaged in the sports apparel industry in country Y. (...) The accurate delineation of the controlled transaction may determine that the legal owner assumes risks, or that, instead, other members of the group are assuming risks.
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Score: 649173.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...angibles_20161127_v7_clean.pdf
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XYZ & Co  It  is  assumed  that  other  raw  materials  required  are  purchased  directly  by  XYZ  &  Co.  (...) Product development   It  is assumed  that product development  is undertaken by  the B Co.  (...) B Co: Since the technology for manufacture of machines is owned by B Co, it assumes substantial  technology risk.     7) R & D Risk  A Co:  It is assumed that A Co is merely a distributor of product and therefore, it does not face any  R&D risk. 
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Score: 644889.16 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...bility_20120918_v3_HC-accp.pdf
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Assume further that it does not assume any risk with respect to that intangible. (...) The accurate delineation of the controlled transaction may determine that the legal owner assumes risks, or that, instead, other members of the group are assuming risks. (...) The way the risk associated with the research and development activity assumed by Company B is m
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Score: 642436.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...2STM_CRP2_Att6_Intangibles.pdf
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Data reported for ever-married women were adjusted assuming that all never married women were childless. (...) Data reported for ever-married women were adjusted assuming that all never married women were childless. (...) Data reported for ever-married women were adjusted assuming that all never married women were childless.
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Score: 642048.83 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ity%20three%20or%20higher.xlsx
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REFERENCES - ME 3/56.13-11/194 - MIDANPIRG Procedural Handbook CNS SG/4-WP/1 -2- additional cycle only”. 2.4 Based on the above and considering that the Chairman, the First Vice-Chairman have assumed their functions for more than three cycles, the meeting should elect new Chairpersons. (...) Reference is made to the MIDANPIRG Procedural Handbook, Fifth Edition – June 2011, Part III, para. 6.1, “the Chairperson, the First Vice-Chairperson and Second Vice-Chairperson of the Group should assume their functions at the end of the meeting at wh... Based on the above and considering that the Chairman, the First Vice-Chairman have assumed their functions for more than three cycles, the meeting should elect new Chairpersons.
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Score: 641874.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2011/CNS_SG_4/wp01_en.pdf
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The elected chairpersons will assume duty as of the next PBN GNSS meeting. PBN/GNSS TF/4-WP/1 - 2 - 3. (...) Reference is made to the MIDANPIRG Procedural Handbook, Fifth Edition – June 2011, Part III, para. 6.1, “the Chairperson, the First Vice-Chairperson and Second Vice-Chairperson of the Group should assume their functions at the end of the meeting at wh... Based on the above, and considering that the Chairpersons, has assumed the functions for more than three cycles, the meeting is required to elect new Chairperson and Vice Cairperson.
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Score: 641874.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...nts/2011/PBN_GNSS_TF4/wp01.pdf
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In chapter II it was further assumed that mortality was known, and this additional condition defined what we termed the sub-sets H(r). The age distribution remained invariable but was not assumed to be known. In chapter IV it was assumed that the age distribution was known, and this additional condition defined what we termed the sub-sets F(r). (...) Let it be quite clear that only the invariability of the functions is required. It is not assumed that the functions are known. If we assume that pea) is known, we can define particular sub-sets H(r); similarly, if we assume that C(a) is known, we can define a series of other particular sub-sets F(r).
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Score: 641479.1 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...del/stablepopulation/chap5.pdf
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