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Breeds raised intensively usually have white feathers, while black-feathered birds are kept by family poultry producers. (...) Domesticated guinea fowl come in three principal varieties – Pearl, White and Lavender, Pearl being by far the most common. Birds have purplish-grey feathers regularly dotted or “pearled” with white. White guinea fowl have pure white feathers while Lavender have light-grey feathers dotted with white.
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Score: 1771372 - https://www.fao.org/poultry-pr...ltry-species/other-poultry/zh/
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Breeds raised intensively usually have white feathers, while black-feathered birds are kept by family poultry producers. (...) Domesticated guinea fowl come in three principal varieties – Pearl, White and Lavender, Pearl being by far the most common. Birds have purplish-grey feathers regularly dotted or “pearled” with white. White guinea fowl have pure white feathers while Lavender have light-grey feathers dotted with white.
Language:English
Score: 1771372 - https://www.fao.org/poultry-pr...ltry-species/other-poultry/ar/
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Breeds raised intensively usually have white feathers, while black-feathered birds are kept by family poultry producers. (...) Domesticated guinea fowl come in three principal varieties – Pearl, White and Lavender, Pearl being by far the most common. Birds have purplish-grey feathers regularly dotted or “pearled” with white. White guinea fowl have pure white feathers while Lavender have light-grey feathers dotted with white.
Language:English
Score: 1771372 - https://www.fao.org/poultry-pr...ltry-species/other-poultry/en/
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Breeds raised intensively usually have white feathers, while black-feathered birds are kept by family poultry producers. (...) Domesticated guinea fowl come in three principal varieties – Pearl, White and Lavender, Pearl being by far the most common. Birds have purplish-grey feathers regularly dotted or “pearled” with white. White guinea fowl have pure white feathers while Lavender have light-grey feathers dotted with white.
Language:English
Score: 1771372 - https://www.fao.org/poultry-pr...ltry-species/other-poultry/ru/
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The two main branches are the “white South Sea” and “black South Sea” pearl industries, based on Pinctada maxima and Pinctada margaritefera, respectively. “Blackpearls are a range of colours from pale purple to true black. (...) Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines have smaller industries. The black “South Sea” pearl industry is centred in French Polynesia, particularly in the Gambier and Tuamotu archipelagos.
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Score: 1659971.9 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...rting/WOA_RPROC/Chapter_08.pdf
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FRENCH POLYNESIA : WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
Agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and pearl farming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 C. (...) Along with commerce, the economic fabric is completed by handicrafts, industry, construction and public works, and more recently tourism, along with aquaculture and, in particular, pearl farming (black pearl cultivation) which has become the Territory’s leading export in value terms. (...) In addition to commerce, the economic fabric is completed by handicrafts, industry, construction and public works, and more recently by tourism, aquaculture and, in particular, pearl farming (the cultivation of black pearls) which has become the leading exporter in value terms. 10.
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Score: 1513366.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/AC.109/2014/19&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 15 MARCH 2013 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MONACO TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
• Impacts that decrease harvests by small-scale fisheries have the potential to reduce food security and worsen food distribution inequalities that already exist in the region. Mediterranean and Black Sea • The coast is subject to strong human pressures with an estimated population of 132 million and intensive farming and industrial activities (...) • Despite the high economic value of pearl oysters in the tropical region, there is little work to date on the effects of ocean acidification on the production, quality and value of pearls from the black-lipped oyster. Data from a related species of pearl oyster suggest that shells are weakened by lower pH.
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Score: 1498324.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/67/810&Lang=E
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Nineteen media representatives participated in the workshop held at the Manpower Convention Centre in Windhoek: Chmwe Kaira and Desie Hweita of The Namibia Economist, Tonderai Katswara of The Namibian, Petrina Demas of Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC), Lapaka Ueyulu of NBC Radio-Oshiwambo, Suoma Negumbo of NBC, Elizabeth Kalambo Mule of the Namibia Review, Daniela Schoneburg Schultz of Allgemeine Zeitung, Natasha Scheidt of NBC German Radio, Djami Balthazar Daniel of NBC, Conrad Serogwe of NBC Raido-Tswana, Uzeraije Tjazeura of NBC Radio-Otjiherero, Fillemon Enkali of NBC, Eve Black of National Radio, Pearl Coetzee of NAMPA, Mornay Louw of NBC, Elli Stella Imalwa, NBC Radio News, Collen Gwai of the Republikein, and Charity Mwiya of the Namibian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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Score: 1486444.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne.../wksp_journalist_26oct04_e.htm
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Beads create independence Grace is sitting with a long piece of pink fabric across her knee, embroidering flowers in all colours across the sheet, while Nyanthon [NAME CHANGED]  is working on a traditional necklace made out of green, white, red, yellow, blue and black pearls- the South Sudanese colours. The women can’t stress enough how important these activities are for them. (...) UNICEFSouthSudan/Ryeng Nyanthon [NAME CHANGED] ] is working on a traditional necklace made out of green, white, red, yellow, blue and black pearls- the South Sudanese colors. UNICEF South Sudan is supporting women and girls friendly centres, just like the one, in several locations throughout the country.
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Score: 1484310.6 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...ories/together-we-are-stronger
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE KHIAM REHABILITATION CENTER FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE
.: General 1 September 2015 English only A/HRC/30/NGO/8 2 Bahrain: Abuse of Medical Neutrality It has been 4 years since the Bahraini people went out and demonstrated peacefully at the pearl roundabout in the center of Bahrain capital Manama. (...) The shooting and killing of the peaceful demonstrators have raised the level of conscience of the medical personnel in the country. The black Thursday 17/02/2011 alerted all medical staff at Salmaniya Medical Complex, which is the biggest hospital in Bahrain who unanimously tried to maximize their efforts to save lives of the injured casualties and offer prompt medical treatment to everybody. Unfortunately, the medics were harshly treated by the security forces who prevented the ambulances from reaching the pearl roundabout and brutally beat the paramedics in the ambulances.
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Score: 1471430.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/HRC/30/NGO/8&Lang=E
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