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Deputy Prime Minister CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) Shalom, Silvan – A/S-28/PV.1 Italy CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) Pera, Marcello – A/S-28/PV.1 Japan CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) Oshima, Kenzo – A/S-28/PV.2 Jordan CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) Al-Hussein, Zeid Ra'ad Zeid – A/S-28/PV.2 Kenya CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) Andanje, Anthony – A/S-28/PV.2 Luxembourg. (...) Deputy Prime Minister) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.1 Barnier, Michel (France) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.1 Bársony, András (Hungary) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Dangue Réwaka, Denis (Gabon) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Dapkiunas, Andrei (Belarus) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Dauth, John (Australia) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Farhâdi, Ravan (Afghanistan) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Fischer, Joschka (Germany. Deputy Federal Chancellor) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.1 Geremek, Bronislaw (Poland) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.1 Ilkin, Baki (Turkey) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Janner, Greville Ewan (United Kingdom) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.1 Kamanzi, Stanislas (Rwanda) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Kim, Sam-hoon (Republic of Korea) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Kjorven, Olav (Norway) CONCENTRATION CAMPS–ANNIVERSARIES (60TH) (Agenda item 7) A/S-28/PV.2 Lukin, V.P.
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Score: 710758.94 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...rg/files/a_special_sess-28.pdf
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Abbreviations: EEC - Estimated Environmental Concentration PEC - Predicted Environmental Concentration PECsw - Predicted Environmental Concentration for surface water Risk assessment and acceptability criteria The risk assessment considers the outcomes of the hazard assessment as represented by the toxicological reference value in conjunction with the exposure expected when the product is used in accordance with the label instructions (including application equipment and methods, buffer zones and other risk mitigation methods). (...) Abbreviations : ETR - Exposure Toxicity Ratio HQ - Hazard Quotient LOC - Level of Concern NOEC - No Observable Effect Concentration RQ - Risk Quotient     Soils Hazard assessment and end-point selection The assessment of the ecotoxicological and other relevant data in line with the matters to be taken into account as set out in legislation, forms the basis for the hazard assessment Abbreviations : EC10 - concentration that induces an effect to 10% of the test population EC50 - concentration that induces an effect to 50% of the test population LC50 - concentration that is lethal to 50% of the test population NOEC - No Observable Effect Concentration Setting of toxicological reference values and the use of assessment factors The toxicological reference values are derived by applying an assessment factor to the outcomes of the hazard assessment to account for potential differences in species sensitivity and, as relevant, specific protection goals. (...) Abbreviations : DT50 - Half-time EEC - Estimated Environmental Concentration PEC - Predicted Environmental Concentration PEWCsoil - Predicted Environmental Concentration in soil Risk assessment and acceptability criteria The risk assessment considers the outcomes of the hazard assessment as represented by the toxicological reference value in conjunction with the exposure expected when the product is used in accordance with the label instructions (including application equipment and methods, buffer zones and other risk mitigation methods).
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Score: 706983.2 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...onmental-risks/explanation/fr/
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Abbreviations: EEC - Estimated Environmental Concentration PEC - Predicted Environmental Concentration PECsw - Predicted Environmental Concentration for surface water Risk assessment and acceptability criteria The risk assessment considers the outcomes of the hazard assessment as represented by the toxicological reference value in conjunction with the exposure expected when the product is used in accordance with the label instructions (including application equipment and methods, buffer zones and other risk mitigation methods). (...) Abbreviations : ETR - Exposure Toxicity Ratio HQ - Hazard Quotient LOC - Level of Concern NOEC - No Observable Effect Concentration RQ - Risk Quotient     Soils Hazard assessment and end-point selection The assessment of the ecotoxicological and other relevant data in line with the matters to be taken into account as set out in legislation, forms the basis for the hazard assessment Abbreviations : EC10 - concentration that induces an effect to 10% of the test population EC50 - concentration that induces an effect to 50% of the test population LC50 - concentration that is lethal to 50% of the test population NOEC - No Observable Effect Concentration Setting of toxicological reference values and the use of assessment factors The toxicological reference values are derived by applying an assessment factor to the outcomes of the hazard assessment to account for potential differences in species sensitivity and, as relevant, specific protection goals. (...) Abbreviations : DT50 - Half-time EEC - Estimated Environmental Concentration PEC - Predicted Environmental Concentration PEWCsoil - Predicted Environmental Concentration in soil Risk assessment and acceptability criteria The risk assessment considers the outcomes of the hazard assessment as represented by the toxicological reference value in conjunction with the exposure expected when the product is used in accordance with the label instructions (including application equipment and methods, buffer zones and other risk mitigation methods).
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Score: 705508.7 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...onmental-risks/explanation/es/
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Abbreviations: EEC - Estimated Environmental Concentration PEC - Predicted Environmental Concentration PECsw - Predicted Environmental Concentration for surface water Risk assessment and acceptability criteria The risk assessment considers the outcomes of the hazard assessment as represented by the toxicological reference value in conjunction with the exposure expected when the product is used in accordance with the label instructions (including application equipment and methods, buffer zones and other risk mitigation methods). (...) Abbreviations : ETR - Exposure Toxicity Ratio HQ - Hazard Quotient LOC - Level of Concern NOEC - No Observable Effect Concentration RQ - Risk Quotient     Soils Hazard assessment and end-point selection The assessment of the ecotoxicological and other relevant data in line with the matters to be taken into account as set out in legislation, forms the basis for the hazard assessment Abbreviations : EC10 - concentration that induces an effect to 10% of the test population EC50 - concentration that induces an effect to 50% of the test population LC50 - concentration that is lethal to 50% of the test population NOEC - No Observable Effect Concentration Setting of toxicological reference values and the use of assessment factors The toxicological reference values are derived by applying an assessment factor to the outcomes of the hazard assessment to account for potential differences in species sensitivity and, as relevant, specific protection goals. (...) Abbreviations : DT50 - Half-time EEC - Estimated Environmental Concentration PEC - Predicted Environmental Concentration PEWCsoil - Predicted Environmental Concentration in soil Risk assessment and acceptability criteria The risk assessment considers the outcomes of the hazard assessment as represented by the toxicological reference value in conjunction with the exposure expected when the product is used in accordance with the label instructions (including application equipment and methods, buffer zones and other risk mitigation methods).
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Score: 705508.7 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...onmental-risks/explanation/zh/
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Budgeting for Oxygen Concentrators Many countries have identified needs to procure oxygen concentrators as part of their COIVD-19 response but are lacking the necessary resources. An example is Angola with a current need of procuring 105 concentrators. An oxygen concentrator costs approximately US$700 but an additional 30 – 40% should be budgeted for to ensure the concentrators have the essential consumables and accessories required for at least 6 months of use. (...) In the case of Angola, to get 105 concentrators installed and effectively treating patients, the total cost could be over US$225,000.
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Score: 704324.07 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/media/16666/file
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As a conse- quence, if the concentration is implemented, it should be treated in the same way as a non-notified concentration implemented without authorisation. (...) For the purposes of para- graphs 4 and 5 of this Article, the term ‘concentration’ includes intended concentrations within the meaning of the second sub- paragraph. 2. (...) A decision declaring a concentration compatible shall be deemed to cover restrictions directly related and necessary to the implementation of the concentration.
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Score: 701581.25 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...ilRegulation-EC_No139-2004.pdf
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Initial Conditions: VAM from a major colliery in New South Wales, Australia was being emitted to the atmosphere in concentrations around 0.9% CH4. In addition, drainage gas with a concentration exceeding 25% was being emitted to atmosphere near the evasée. (...) The power plant design is based on the average VAM concentration of 0.9%. The RTOs are designed to handle variations in VAM concentrations, but for the steam turbine to operate continuously on optimal speed, the energy in the ventilation air processed needs to be kept fairly stable at the design point. At this project site, drainage gas of 25% or higher concentration is injected into the ventilation air flow prior to the process fans when VAM concentration is below 0.9%.
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Score: 701374.37 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...cmm/CS/CS_BPG/CS.12_Mattus.pdf
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If the last concentration is non-zero AUClast=AUCall. Otherwise, AUCall will be greater than AUClast as it includes the additional area from the last measurable concentration down to zero. (...) Cl, Cl/F Total body clearance for extravascular administration. = Dose/AUCINF Clast Concentration corresponding to Tlast. Cmax Concentration corresponding to Tmax. (...) Tlag Tlag is the time prior to the time corresponding to the first measurable (non-zero) concentration. Tlast Time of last measurable (non-zero) concentration.
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Score: 697174 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...ocuments/moxidectin-7-moxi.pdf
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Publishing the Request for Concentration Article 28 The competent body is obliged to publish the following data from the request in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro: 1) name of undertakings involved in concentration; 2) nature of concentration; and 3) sector of economy within which the concentration shall be made. Criteria for Control of Concentration Article 29 When assessing effects of concentration, the competent body shall evaluate whether such concentration creates or strengthens dominant position on the market thus considerably preventing, restricting or distorting competition, taking into account in particular: 1) structure of relevant market; 2) existing and potential competitors; 3) market position of undertakings involved in concentration and their economic and financial power; 4) possibility to choose supplier and consumer; 5) legal and other barriers to entry on market 6) domestic and international level of competitiveness of parties involved in concentration; 7) trends of supply and demand of relevant goods or services; 8) trends of technical and economic development and 9) consumers’ interest. Procedures upon the Request for Concentration Approval Article 30 (1) The competent body shall, upon the request for concentration approval: 1) reject the request for concentration approval if the concentration does not fulfill requirements referred to in Articles 25 and 26 of this Law; 2) terminate the procedure if the applicant withdraws the request; 3) authorize concentration when assessment of its effects based on criteria prescribed in Article 29 of this Law, determines that such concentration shall not create or strengthen the dominant position the consequence of which would be prevention, restriction or distortion of competition to significant extent; 4) authorize concentration prescribing, on its own initiative or at the proposal of the undertakings that some supplementary conditions and obligations must be fulfilled by parties involved in concentration, within the fixed deadlines prior to or after the concentration has been carried out. 5) refuse to grant authorization for concentration when assessment of its effects on the basis of criteria from Article 29 of this Law determines that such concentration creates or strengthens dominant position on relevant market thus preventing, restricting or distorting competition to significant extent. (2) Undertakings involved in concentration are obliged to stop realization of concentration until the competent body issues its decision authorizing the intended concentration or until the expiration of periods from Article 41 paragraph 4 of this Law within which the competent body is obliged to issue the decisions. (3) The competent body can at the request containing explanatory note submitted by the party involved in concentration on temporary basis authorize the realization of concentration even before the decision referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article has been made, taking particularly into consideration consequences caused by termination of such concentration towards undertakings and third parties involved, as well as the degree of potential harm to competition caused by such concentration.
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Score: 696792.04 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A1_LEG_1.pdf
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The WHO recommendation of one concentrator to every 10–15 beds (supplying up to four children simultaneously by use of a flow-splitter) was followed, with one backup concentrator added. (...) Unit cost: US$ 1763. d Formula: [Power cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh) from generator × power rating of concentrator × hours spent running concentrator from generator] + [power cost per kWh from grid × power rating of concentrator × hours spent running concentrator from grid]. (...) Field trial of oxygen concentrators in upper Egypt. Lancet 1996;347:1597-9.
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Score: 696060.25 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/87/10/08-058370.pdf
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