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English  | عربية |  中文  | Français  | Pусский  | Español Beneath our feet Beneath our feet World Soil Day - Keep soil alive, Protect soil biodiversity, focuses on soil biodiversity as a key factor to achieve food security, mitigate climate change and improve human health. (...) English  |  Ukraine 5 reasons why we need to cherish the ground beneath our feet 5 reasons why we need to cherish the ground beneath our feet Soils do amazing things for us that we sometimes take for granted. (...) English Soil organic carbon, the treasure beneath our feet Soil organic carbon, the treasure beneath our feet An animated illustration of soil organic carbon and its importance for climate action, food production and sustainable development.
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English  | عربية |  中文  | Français  | Pусский  | Español Beneath our feet Beneath our feet World Soil Day - Keep soil alive, Protect soil biodiversity, focuses on soil biodiversity as a key factor to achieve food security, mitigate climate change and improve human health. (...) English  |  Ukraine 5 reasons why we need to cherish the ground beneath our feet 5 reasons why we need to cherish the ground beneath our feet Soils do amazing things for us that we sometimes take for granted. (...) English Soil organic carbon, the treasure beneath our feet Soil organic carbon, the treasure beneath our feet An animated illustration of soil organic carbon and its importance for climate action, food production and sustainable development.
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PROPOSED CHANGES TO ANNEX 1
(b) The notes beneath several of the tables (see Tables A1.2, A1.3, A1.5, A1.6, A1.12) that refer to symbol, number, border and background colour of the Model Regulations’ pictograms are inconsistently worded and raise questions regarding: i. (...) Why notes are not provided beneath all tables to indicate whether or not alternative pictograms are available for other hazard classes/categories. (...) Deletion of inconsistently worded notes beneath tables that relate to alternative pictograms (see Tables A1.2, A1.3, A1.5, A1.6, A1.12 in informal document INF.3), with a more detailed note (Note 3) on the display of pictograms, including alternatives, provided at the beginning viii.
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[b-ITU-T X.662] Recommendation ITU-T X.662 (2008) | ISO/IEC 9834-3:2008, Procedures for the operation of OSI Registration Authorities: Registration of object identifier arcs beneath the top-level arc jointly administered by ISO and ITU-T. www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-X.662-200808-I/en This specifies the procedures for the allocation of arcs beneath /Joint-ISO-ITU-T.
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Otherwise you would hang yourself somewhere else. 19.2.2 For single ITU-T Recommendations or International Standards, the obvious option is to use your default allocation under (for example, for the X series): {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) x(24) xxx} or, for ISO, ISO/IEC and IEC International Standards, {iso(1) standard (0) xxx} You then administer the tree beneath that in accordance with the provisions of [b-ITU-T X.660] (see clause 23), with documentation in your ITU-T Recommendation and/or International Standard that allocates any necessary sub-arcs. 19.2.3 Getting hung under a joint arc is strongly recommended today if you are an international organization, or have multiple Recommendations or Standards covering your subject area. (...) This is perhaps the largest sub-tree beneath any node in the OID tree. The actual OID is {iso identified-organization dod(6) internet(1)} or 1.3.6.1 The allocation of 1.3.6 was obtained from BSI as an International Code Designator (ICD), in accordance with [b-ISO/IEC 6523] by the US Defense Communications Agency in 1988, very soon after the OID tree was first standardized.
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LETTER DATED 8 SEPTEMBER 1981 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF JORDAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Fourth Phase: Israeli diggings between 1972-1974 behind the Wall of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and extending across the Southern wall of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and under the Mihrab (pulpit) and~beneath the Mosque of Omar adjacent to the Al-Aqsa Mosque. (...) 489 S/l4684 English Annex I Page 5 started when the occupation authorities declared on August 27, 1981 that they had discovered a tunnel beneath the Wailing Wall and the holy Dome of the Rock which extends between both, as well as beneath the foundations of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. (...) Location of new tunnel The tunnel, which the Rabbi of the Wailing Wall claims has been discovered recently, lies beneath the area south of the Matthari and stretches to ,the east just below the Kaitbai fountain.
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., just /Alerting/ instead of any subordinate node at any level, but there is no /JOINT-ISO-ITU-T/Alerting/). requirement yet for such a general use, and currently long This raises all the usual concerns about arcs are only allowed from the root to nodes beneath monitoring the use of inappropriate {joint-iso-itu-t(2)}. names at the top-level. (...) Author's remarks: Initially, it was left for each Registration Authority in the How do you balance privacy hierarchy to maintain its own record of allocation beneath that concerns with open and publicly RA, and to keep those allocations private if it so chose.
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AMENDMENTS TO SECTIONS 2 AND 3 OF ANNEX 3
Matrix tables for flammability of gases Presentation of notes beneath the matrix tables for pyrophoric gases and chemically unstable gases A and B 20. (...) In addition, the group also considered that the readability and clarity of notes beneath the 1A pyrophoric gases and chemically unstable gases A and B tables could be further improved and propose that they are replaced with the notes as shown in paragraphs 26 (for 1A pyrophoric gases) and 27 (for 1A, chemically unstable gases A and B) below. (...) Matrix for flammable gases (chapter 2.2) hazard categories 1A, 1B, 2, in the heading for the “Precautionary statements” table, after the word “statements” insert a superscripted “a” and insert the following new note beneath the table: “a This table lists only the precautionary statements that are assigned due to the flammability of the gas.
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"Nauruan territorial waters" means: That area of water, and the waters and subsoil beneath it, enclosed by a line every part of which is at a distance of twelve miles from the nearest point of the outer edge of the reef surrounding the Island of Nauru which is exposed at low tide and, where there is an opening in the reef, from a straight line across the outer edge of that opening. ...
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LETTER DATED 2007/10/17 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PAKISTAN TO THE UINTED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
.: General 30 October 2007 Original: English 07-57374 (E) 021107 *0757374* Sixty-second session Agenda item 18 Question of Palestine Letter dated 17 October 2007 from the Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General I have the honour to enclose, in my capacity as Chair of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Group at New York, a statement on behalf of the Organization of the Islamic Conference regarding the decision of the Israeli Government to resume excavation work beneath the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound (see annex). (...) (Signed) Munir Akram A/62/506 07-57374 2 Annex to the letter dated 17 October 2007 from the Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General Statement by the Organization of the Islamic Conference Group on the decision of the Israeli Government to resume excavation work beneath the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Group strongly condemns the decision of the Israeli Government to resume excavation work beneath the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound and the demolition of the historic road connecting Bab Al-Maghariba with the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound, which are seriously undermining its foundation and threatening it with collapse.
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