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The co-ordinates of the point are: 65° 3l.8' N 24° 08.4' E (point 1) From this point, the boundary coincides with the Finnish sea frontier to the point where the outer boundary of the Finnish territorial sea meets the sea frontier. The co-ordinates of the point are: 65° 30.9' N 24° 08.2' E (point 2) Article 3 From point 2 the boundary passes through the following points: 63° 40.0' N 21° 30.0' E (point 3) 63° 31.3' N 20° 56.4' E (point 4) 63° 29.1' N 20° 41.8' E (point 5) 63° 20.0' N 20° 24.0' E (point 6) 62° 42.0' N 19° 31.5' E (point 7) 60° 40.7' N 19° 14.1' E (point 8) 60° 22.5' N 19° 09.5' E (point 9) 60° 22.3' N 19° 09.5' E (point 10) Point 9 is the point of intersection between the outer boundary of the Swedish territorial sea and the straight line between point 8 and Märket (point 16 in the 1921 Aland Convention). page 2| Delimitation Treaties Infobase | accessed on 18/03/2002 DOALOS/OLA - UNITED NATIONS From point 9 to point 10, the boundary coincides with the Swedish sea frontier. Point 10 is the point of intersection between the outer boundary of the Finnish territorial sea and the straight line between point 8 and Märket. (...) The co-ordinates of the point are: 60° 14.2' N 19° 06.5' E (point 11) From point 11 the boundary coincides with the Finnish sea frontier to a point the co-ordinates of which are: 60° 13.0' N 19° 06.0' E (point 12) From point 12 the boundary passes through the following points: 60° 11.5' N 19° 05.2' E (point 13) 59° 47.7' N 19° 39.4' E (point 14) 59° 47.5' N 19° 39.7' E (point 15) 59° 45.2' N 19° 43.0' E (point 16) 59° 26.7' N 20° 09.4' E (point 17) Between points 14, 15 and 16 the boundary coincides with the Finnish sea frontier.
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Score: 847118.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...LES/TREATIES/SWE-FIN1972CS.PDF
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A need to slow down speech rate without degrading sound quality Geneva, Switzerland, 24 October 2013 × Slower time ①②③③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑧⑨⑩ Faster time ①②④⑤⑥⑦⑨⑩ Original time time ①②③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩ stop Analog elongation × ①②③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩ Speech rate conversion without changing length 6 Start is coincided at blue line positions Start is not coincided but… Again it coincides Original Converted Stop Geneva, Switzerland, 24 October 2013 streaming data Visually impaired people use fast replay to find a main idea in audio books or web pages.
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Score: 828972.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ng_for_media_accessibility.pdf
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This year's World Environment Day of the United Nations Environment Programme coincides with the Special Session of the General Assembly on the 5-year review of the Habitat Agenda. This coincidence underscores the interdependence of our human habitat with the environment and its living and non-living resources.
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Score: 822123.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...ments/20010605-environment.pdf
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The launch of the voyage on 17 May in Honolulu, Hawaii, coincides with the month that marks the International Day of Biological Diversity, whose theme this year focuses on island biodiversity. (...) Equipped with state-of-the-art communications technology, like Google Hangout capabilities, the Hikinalia will document the worldwide voyage and share it with the rest of the world. The voyage also coincides with the International Year of Small Island Developing States, which celebrates the contributions that this group of countries has made to the world.
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Score: 812850.6 - https://www.un.org/en/events/i...lands2014/pdf/Canoe-voyage.pdf
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The opening of the refurbished offices on 25 July coincided with the International Seminar on State and Development , which was attended by figures including the Ibero-American Secretary-General, Enrique V. (...) More IN FOCUS Demand for care is a challenge for social protection systems in Latin America Logistical infrastructure of ports could become the “bottleneck” of Latin American growth Second seminar on telemedicine in Venezuela The sun - renewable energy with great potential for Latin America and the Caribbean         The reopening of the refurbished offices coincided with the International Seminar on State and Development , which was attended by former Executive Secretaries of ECLAC , government representatives, international officials and renowned academics.  
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Score: 812850.6 - https://www.cepal.org/notes/68/EnFoco_5
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I am glad to see that it is addressing one of critical issues that is also been dealt with during the High Level thematic debate on human rights: the relationship between realizing human rights and delivering on the 2030 Agenda. It is no coincidence that my High-Level Thematic Debate coincides with the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development.
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Score: 812850.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...ements/20160713-2030agenda.pdf
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Microsoft Word - safeguards_art4_jur.docx WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX Agreement on Safeguards – Article 4 (Jurisprudence) 1 1 ARTICLE 4 ................................................................................................................... 2 1.1 Text of Article 4 ........................................................................................................... 2 1.2 Article 4.1(a) .............................................................................................................. 3 1.2.1 "serious injury" as "significant overall impairment" in the position of the domestic industry ............................................................................................................................. 3 1.2.2 "current" serious injury ............................................................................................. 3 1.3 Article 4.1(b) .............................................................................................................. 4 1.3.1 "serious injury that is clearly imminent" ...................................................................... 4 1.3.2 "based on facts and not merely on allegation, conjecture or remote possibility" ................ 5 1.3.3 Relationship between serious injury and threat of serious injury ..................................... 6 1.3.4 Relationship with other paragraphs of Article 4 ............................................................. 8 1.3.4.1 Article 4.1(c) ......................................................................................................... 8 1.3.4.2 Article 4.2(a) ......................................................................................................... 8 1.4 Article 4.1(c)............................................................................................................... 8 1.4.1 "domestic industry" – "producers as a whole … of the like or directly competitive products" ........................................................................................................................... 8 1.4.2 "those whose collective output … constitutes a major proportion" ..................................12 1.4.3 Relationship between "like" and "directly competitive" products .....................................14 1.4.4 Relationship with other provisions of the Agreement on Safeguards ...............................15 1.5 Article 4.2(a) .............................................................................................................15 1.5.1 Standard of review...................................................................................................15 1.5.2 "all relevant factors" ................................................................................................17 1.5.2.1 General ...............................................................................................................17 1.5.2.2 Factors listed in Article 4.2(a) .................................................................................20 1.5.2.2.1 General .............................................................................................................20 1.5.2.2.2 "share of the domestic market taken by increased imports" .....................................20 1.5.2.2.3 "rate and amount of the increase in imports" .........................................................21 1.5.2.2.4 "productivity" ....................................................................................................22 1.5.2.3 Factors not listed in Article 4.2(a) ...........................................................................23 1.5.2.4 Consideration of trends ..........................................................................................24 1.5.2.5 Consideration of "all relevant factors" in the case of a segmented domestic industry ............................................................................................................................25 1.5.3 "of an objective and quantifiable nature" ....................................................................26 1.5.3.1 General ...............................................................................................................26 1.5.3.2 Nature and temporal focus of data in a threat analysis ..............................................27 1.5.3.3 Allocation methodology ..........................................................................................28 1.5.4 Relationship with Article 4.2(b) ..................................................................................29 1.5.5 Relationship with other WTO Agreements ...................................................................29 1.5.5.1 Anti-Dumping Agreement .......................................................................................29 1.5.5.2 SCM Agreement ....................................................................................................29 WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX Agreement on Safeguards – Article 4 (Jurisprudence) 2 1.6 Article 4.2(b) .............................................................................................................29 1.6.1 "causal link" ............................................................................................................29 1.6.1.1 General ...............................................................................................................29 1.6.1.2 Coincidence between import and injury factor trends .................................................36 1.6.1.3 Conditions of competition between imported and domestic products ............................40 1.6.1.4 Factors other than increased imports (non-attribution requirement) ............................42 1.6.1.5 Quantification of causation .....................................................................................47 1.6.2 Relationship with other provisions of the Safeguards Agreement ....................................48 1.6.3 Relationship with other WTO Agreements ...................................................................48 1.6.3.1 Anti-Dumping Agreement .......................................................................................48 1.7 Article 4.2(c)..............................................................................................................48 1.7.1 General ..................................................................................................................48 1.7.2 Relationship with other provisions of the Safeguards Agreement ....................................49 1 ARTICLE 4 1.1 Text of Article 4 Article 4 Determination of Serious Injury or Threat Thereof 1.
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Score: 810425.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ai17_e/safeguards_art4_jur.pdf
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GUIDELINES FOR HRC EXHIBITIONS COINCIDING WITH HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL MEETINGS The Human Rights Council (HRC) meets for at least 10 weeks per year at the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG), Switzerland, with its regular sessions taking place in March, June and September. (...) Moreover, the HRC can convene special sessions on short notice. Coinciding with such HRC meetings, member States, or international organisations may, decide to organise exhibitions that have to be reviewed and approved by the HRC Exhibition Review Committee in accordance with the below guidelines: Organisers Exhibitions may be organised by United Nations (UN) member States through their Permanent Missions, by the UN Secretariat or its staff associations, by a Secretariat department/office or organ/body or by a specialized agency or other UN institution. (...) Eligibility The HRC Exhibition Review Committee reviews all exhibitions coinciding with HRC meetings that are in public areas of the Palais des Nations.
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Score: 810330.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...delines_Public_Exhibitions.pdf
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Photo Opening Ceremony of UN Ocean Conference 05 Jun 2017 The UN Ocean Conference is taking place at UN headquarters in New York from 5 to 9 June 2017, coinciding with World Oceans Day (8 June). Co-chaired by Fiji and Sweden, the Conference aims to support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable... Photo Opening Ceremony of UN Ocean Conference 05 Jun 2017 The UN Ocean Conference is taking place at UN headquarters in New York from 5 to 9 June 2017, coinciding with World Oceans Day (8 June). Co-chaired by Fiji and Sweden, the Conference aims to support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable... (...) Photo Opening Ceremony of UN Ocean Conference 05 Jun 2017 The UN Ocean Conference is taking place at UN headquarters in New York from 5 to 9 June 2017, coinciding with World Oceans Day (8 June). Co-chaired by Fiji and Sweden, the Conference aims to support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable...
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Score: 808022.95 - https://www.un.org/en/conf/ocean/news.shtml
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Restrict the use of the pesticide geographically to limit leaching (e.g. to soil types that are less vulnerable to leaching or not subject to excessive crack-flow; to areas with low annual rainfall; to regions with deep groundwater level) Geographical restriction of pesticide use should not compromise pest management (e.g. coincide with geographical distribution of the pest) " Enforcement should be effective Restrictions in time   Restrict the use of the pesticide to certain periods in the year, when leaching, run-off or drainage is less important (e.g. periods with low rainfall and/or sufficient vegetation cover) Temporal restriction of pesticide use should not compromise pest management (e.g. not coincide with the presence of the pest) " Enforcement should be effective Labelling   Require specific precautionary statements on the label Users should be literate or have access to a literate person Environmental risks – Limiting surface water exposure and adverse effects on aquatic organisms Risk mitigation measure  Conditions Registration measures   Do not register the pesticide (or phase-out a registered pesticide) for some or all uses Alternative pesticides or pest management options should be available for these uses Reduce the application rate Reduced rate should be efficacious Reduction of the application frequency and/or increase of the treatment interval Reduced frequency/increased treatment interval should be efficacious Restrict use to formulation types that result in less drift/run-off/drainflow (e.g. slow-release formulations, seed coatings, granules) Low-risk formulation should be efficacious. (...) Restrict the use of the pesticide geographically, to limit surface water exposure (e.g. to soil types that are less vulnerable to leaching or not subject to excessive crack-flow; to non-drained soils or fields requiring holding times to release water) Geographical restriction of pesticide use should not compromise pest management (e.g. coincide with geographical distribution of the pest) " Enforcement should be effective Do not authorize bankside applications Restriction should not compromise pest management Restrictions in time   Restrict the use of the pesticide to certain periods in the year, when leaching, run-off or drainage is less important (e.g. periods with low rainfall and/or sufficient vegetation cover) Temporal restriction of pesticide use should not compromise pest management (e.g. not coincide with the presence of the pest) " Enforcement should be effective Engineering controls   Apply drift-reducing techniques  (e.g. reduced-drift spray nozzles, spray deflectors) Equipment should be available to the user at an affordable cost Do not authorize aerial applications Treatments should be possible with ground-based equipment Restrict use to chemigation (i.e. through irrigation system) Equipment should be available to the user at an affordable cost " Application through chemigation should be efficacious. (...) Do not apply close to vulnerable habitats for birds (e.g. nature reserves; bird sanctuaries) Geographical restriction of pesticide use should not compromise pest management (e.g. coincide with geographical distribution of the pest) " Enforcement should be effective Restrictions in time   Restrict time of application to periods when birds or mammals are not breeding Temporal restriction of pesticide use should not compromise pest management (e.g. not coincide with the presence of the pest) " Enforcement should be effective Engineering controls   Apply drift-reducing techniques  (e.g. reduced-drift spray nozzles, spray deflectors) Equipment should be available to the user at an affordable cost Do not authorize aerial applications Treatments should be possible with ground-based equipment Cultivation controls   Apply a (vegetated) no-spray buffer strip between the treated field and the off-field area, to reduce drift The buffer strip should not have an unacceptable effect on yield Require soil incorporation of the pesticide (granules) to a certain depth Appropriate equipment should be available Limit application to spot or row treatments only Spot treatement should not compromise pest control Labelling   Require specific precautionary statements on the label Users should be literate or have access to a literate person Other risk reduction measures   For granules: Require immediate removal of any spills Manpower should be available For rodenticides: Require burrow-baiting or the use of bait stations Bait stations should be available to the user at an affordable cost For rodenticides: Require removal of dead and moribund rodents and of bait remains, after completion of the control operation.
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Score: 807825.1 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...asures/mitigation-measures/en/
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