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. | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) The themes of Merwin’s poem resonated perfectly with International Translation Day, promoting the vast number of languages spoken across the UNESCO Creative Cities around the world.
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Score: 1308709.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...-international-translation-day
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Second UNESCO Creative Cities’ Forum | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) These diverse cultural expressions dialogued perfectly with the medieval masterpieces preserved in the Art Gallery.  
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Score: 1265406.25 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/254
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"Science on Screen": when Film meets Sciences | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) The research that is being done in CÚRAM is at the cutting edge of modern science and we hope that this work will inspire filmmakers to make films that are informative, creative and the start of a whole new wave of film and science projects. It also fits perfectly with our remit as a UNESCO City of Film, a core aim of which is to promote educational film projects .”
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Score: 1265406.25 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...creen-when-film-meets-sciences
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Second UNESCO Creative Cities’ Forum | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) These diverse cultural expressions dialogued perfectly with the medieval masterpieces preserved in the Art Gallery.  
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Score: 1265406.25 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...creative-cities%E2%80%99-forum
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"Science on Screen": when Film meets Sciences | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) The research that is being done in CÚRAM is at the cutting edge of modern science and we hope that this work will inspire filmmakers to make films that are informative, creative and the start of a whole new wave of film and science projects. It also fits perfectly with our remit as a UNESCO City of Film, a core aim of which is to promote educational film projects .”
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Score: 1265406.25 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/486
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A word or a combination of words, letters, and numerals can perfectly constitute a trademark. But trademarks may also consist of drawings, symbols, three-dimensional features such as the shape and packaging of goods, non-visible signs such as sounds or fragrances, or color shades used as distinguishing features – the possibilities are almost limitless. (...) Searching trademarks and other signs Global Brand Database Our Global Brand Database provides easy access to over 28 million records from multiple international and national sources, including marks registered through WIPO’s Madrid System. (...) Related services (Photo: iStock.com/Ina Peters) The Lisbon System for geographically-unique products From Champagne to Habanos cigars, the unique geographical characteristics of a product can be key for branding. The Lisbon System for the international registration of appellations of origin protects such products through a single registration.
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Score: 1249778.1 - https://www.wipo.int/trademarks/en/
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For more information contact: environment@unido.org DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT A brand new chapter for UNIDO With decades of experience undertaking conversions in the industrial sector, training technicians and raising awareness, UNIDO is perfectly positioned to assist developing countries and economies in transition to shift from HFCs to ozone- and climate-friendly alternatives and to improve energy efficiency.
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Score: 1186863.1 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...alProtocolEvolves_170126_0.pdf
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For more information contact: environment@unido.org DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT A brand new chapter for UNIDO With decades of experience undertaking conversions in the industrial sector, training technicians and raising awareness, UNIDO is perfectly positioned to assist developing countries and economies in transition to shift from HFCs to ozone- and climate-friendly alternatives and to improve energy efficiency.
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Score: 1186863.1 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...alProtocolEvolves_170126_0.pdf
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 3399TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS WILSON, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY, 20 JULY 2017 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 120TH SESSION
Instead of the word “targets”, proposed by Ms. Brands Kehris, she would prefer a more neutral verb without violent connotations, such as “affects”. 8. (...) Ms. Brands Kehris, supported by Ms. Kran, said that she would be happy to use the verb “affects” rather than “targets” but that she would prefer to avoid any reference to discriminatory attitudes. (...) For the purpose of a general comment on the right to life, the invitation for States to “take due note of” the precautionary principle was perfectly adequate. 36. Mr. Fathalla endorsed Mr.
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Score: 1164575.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=CCPR/C/SR.3399&Lang=E
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AN APPLICATION OF THE HEDONIC APPROACH TO CLOTHING IN THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (CPI) : PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS CANADA
In the second model, three additional variables have been added. N-R Brand is a dummy variable indicating a national/regional brand, so the intercept relates to all other brands, including store brands as well as miscellaneous brands. (...) However, if the brand changed upon substitution from a store brand or a miscellaneous brand to a national/regional brand the quality difference would be assessed at $7.11. (...) Although the Manufacturer is, no doubt, a large price determinant it was not used because it was presumed to be very closely, if not perfectly, correlated with Brand. 7. These values were based on an experimental model and have been included for purposes of illustration only.
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Score: 1151226.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.49/1997/30&Lang=E
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