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Decision on Defence Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release for Momcilo Gruban Case No.: IT-95-4-I IN THE TRIAL CHAMBER Before: Judge Richard May, Presiding Judge Patrick Robinson Judge O-Gon Kwon Registrar: Mr. (...) ZELJKO MEAKIC MOMCILO GRUBAN DUSKO KNEZEVIC _______________________________________________ DECISION ON DEFENCE APPLICATION FOR VARIATION OF CONDITIONS OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE FOR MOMCILO GRUBAN _______________________________________________ Office of the Prosecutor: Ms. (...) Milenko Dundjer THIS TRIAL CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("International Tribunal"), BEING SEISED of the "Defence Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release" filed on behalf of Momcilo Gruban ("the Accused") on 14 August 2002 ("Application"), seeking variation of the terms and conditions of the Trial Chamber’s "Decision on Request for Pre-trial Provisional Release" issued on 17 July 2002 ("the Decision"), in particular, seeking permission for the Accused to change his place of residence from Belgrade, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, to the village of Maricka, in the municipality of Prijedor, Republika Srpska, in order to be with his family, NOTING the Response to the Motion filed by the Office of the Prosecutor ("Prosecution") on 27 August 2002 ("the Response"), in which the Prosecution objects to the proposed variation on the ground that no new circumstance has arisen subsequently to justify any variation of the conditions imposed at the time of release, and that the Accused has not fulfilled the requirements of Rule 65 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal ("Rules") governing provisional release, in that the Accused has not demonstrated that he would not pose any danger to any victim, witness or other person if permitted to return to the area of the alleged crimes and to reside among victims and witnesses, NOTING also the unauthorised reply filed by the Gruban Defence on 29 August 2002, responding to the various issues raised, providing a copy in the original language of a guarantee issued by Republika Srpska in support of the Application, and asserting that the relevant law on cooperation had been adopted in the meantime, thus justifying the variation in the place of residence, CONSIDERING that the Decision was granted based on the Accused’s application, made to the Trial Chamber and confirmed at the hearing held on 9 July 2002, to reside in Belgrade, CONSIDERING that the Accused did not raise with the Trial Chamber at that hearing the possibility that he intended to apply to reside in Republika Srpska, CONSIDERING that, contrary to the assertions of the Gruban Defence, the law on cooperation with the International Tribunal was adopted prior to the hearing on provisional release, CONSIDERING that the Accused is seeking to return to the area of the alleged crimes and his return may reasonably be expected to affect victims, witnesses and others still living in the area, and that the Accused has not demonstrated otherwise to the satisfaction of the Trial Chamber, CONSIDERING also that the distance from Belgrade is not such as to prevent regular personal contact between the Accused and his family and that the personal safety of the Accused may be better assured away from the area of the alleged crimes, PURSUANT TO Rule 65 of the Rules HEREBY DENIES the Application.
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Score: 1051263.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mejakic_old/tdec/en/020920.pdf
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Approving variations to existing state FDTL regulations You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) When evaluating an operator's risk assessment and the proposed mitigations to determine whether approval will be granted, everything is proportionate to the level of safety risk posed by the variation being requested. Given the extra challenges of operating in COVID-19 conditions, answers to the following questions are of particular relevance when a regulator is evaluating an Operator's risk assessment to support its temporary use of minor variations to national FDTLs: Does the operator identify a method to assess cumulative fatigue on the flights and duties associated with the variation and the full roster pattern? (...) Rest periods and facilities are suitable to enable the crew to be well rested and fit for their rostered duties when operating under the variation. Crew feedback is sought to ensure the mitigations are and remain suitable for the operations using the variation.
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Score: 1042934.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...ages/Approving-variations.aspx
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Decision on Second Defence Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release Case No. (...) MOMCILO GRUBAN _____________________________ DECISION ON SECOND DEFENCE APPLICATION FOR VARIATION OF CONDITIONS OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE _____________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Ms. (...) Meakić et al, Decision on Defence Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release for Momcilo Gruban, Case No.
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Score: 1041945.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mejakic/tdec/en/030522.htm
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Order on Mladen Markac Urgent Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release Case No. (...) IVAN CERMAK MLADEN MARKAC ______________________________________________ ORDER ON MLADEN MARKAC URGENT APPLICATION FOR VARIATION OF CONDITIONS OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE ______________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) Goran Mikulicic for Mladen Markac   TRIAL CHAMBER II of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("Chamber" and "Tribunal"); NOTING the urgent "Accused Mladen Markač’s Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release”, filed on 5 July 2005 ("Motion"), whereby the Defence for Mladen Markac ("Defence" and "Accused") requests a variation of the conditions of his provisional release as set out in paragraph 44(a)(i) of the Decision of the Appeals Chamber issued in this case on 2 December 2004 ("Decision of 2 December 2004) and seeks permission to travel from his residence in Zagreb to temporarily reside at his apartment, located at Stinica, 53287 Smilje, 47p in the municipality of Senj (Republic of Croatia) from 15 July 2005 to 15 September 2005; NOTING that the Motion is supported by an attached medical certificate, issued at the end of June 2005 following an examination of the Accused’s health, in which it is recommended "climate curing outside an urban environment, along with moderate physical exercise"; 1 NOTING the Defence’s submission that the Accused would reside in his own apartment in Stinica; NOTING that the Accused suggests to resume residence in Zagreb after 15 September 2005, or even earlier; that while staying in Stinica, he would continue to apply and respect the conditions of his provisional release as set out in the Decision of 2 December 2004, such as reporting to the local police office in Jablanac or Senj once a week, or more frequently if so ordered, as he has been doing in Zagreb since December 2004; NOTING the "Prosecution’s Response to the Accused Mladen Markac’s Application for Variation of Conditions of Provisional Release", filed on 7 July 2005, whereby the Prosecution submits that no sufficient justification has been shown for modifying the terms of Mladen Markač’s provisional release; RECALLING that in the Decision of 2 December 2004, the Appeals Chamber ordered that the Accused “(i) remain within the confines of [his] residence in the Republic of Croatia; […] (iii) within three days of [his] arrival, report the address at which [he] will be staying, to the Ministry of Interior and the Registrar of the International Tribunal, and notify the Ministry of Interior and the Registrar of the International Tribunal of any change of address within three days of such change"; CONSIDERING that the Accused requests leave to reside in Stinica (municipality of Senj) for only a limited period of time ( i.e from 15 July 2005 to 15 September 2005), after which he would resume residence at his current address in Zagreb; CONSIDERING that there are no indications showing that the Accused will try to abscond or to interfere with the administration of justice if he is granted leave to reside at a different place for a limited period of time; NOTING that the most recent report of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Croatia and the local authorities in Zagreb indicate that the Accused has complied so far with the conditions and obligations set out in the Decision of 2 December 2004; CONSIDERING that the medical information provided to the Chamber as a basis of the Motion would not justify per se variation of the conditions of provisional release as ordered by the Appeals Chamber; CONSIDERING HOWEVER that the Accused merely seeks to reside in a different location for a limited period of time but will remain within the Republic of Croatia; RECALLING that the Accused shall "comply strictly with any order issued by the Trial Chamber varying the terms of […] the provisional release;" 2 FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS, PURSUANT TO Rules 54 and 65 of the Rules, GRANTS the Motion; VARIES the terms and conditions of provisional release set out by the Appeals Chamber in the Decision of 2 December 2004 so as to allow Mladen Markac to temporarily reside only at 53287 Stinica, Smilje 47p (municipality of Senj) from 15 July 2005 to 15 September 2005; ORDERS that the conditions for provisional release of the Accused Mladen Markač be modified temporarily as set out below: the Accused shall report within three days of his arrival in Stinica to the Ministry of Interior the address at which he will be residing and shall immediately notify his presence at the closest police office; the Accused shall remain within the confines of the municipality of Senj for the period of time during which he will be residing at Stinica; the Accused shall report once a week to the closest police office; the Accused shall notify the Ministry of Interior and the local police station within three days of his return to his previous residence in Zagreb on 15 September 2005; the Accused shall comply with any additional measure imposed by the Government of the Republic of Croatia.
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Score: 1023733.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/cermak/tord/en/050713.htm
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FERTILITY IN SEMI-MALTHUSIAN POPULATIONS The fertility function must verify the relation: (C(a)rp(a, t)da = C(O) = bo (V.2) There is no strictly mathematical reason why rp(a, t) should not vary over time. The variations must be such, however, that formula (V.2) is at all times verified. This means that the variations in the fertility function at a certain age must be exactly compensated by the variations at other ages. (...) First example We consider the two conditions: (i) Constant age distribution; (ii) Constant rate of natural variation.
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Score: 1022035.45 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...del/stablepopulation/chap5.pdf
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For this site I procure a dedicated access based on  MPLS  VPN over public internet3 64 Kbps  128 Kbps 256 Kbps  512 Kbps 1024 Kbps 2048 Kbps 4096 Kbps 8192 Kbps 1 Should be used only for AFTN application as only best effort quality can be provided 2 Should be used only for AFTN application as only best effort quality can be provided 3 Should be used only for AFTN application as only best effort quality can be provided Usage of the Core services: Location Service Level Bandwidth Comment Site: ____________  SLA-Voice1  SLA-Voice2  SLA-Voice3  SLA-Voice4  SLA-Data1  SLA-Data2  SLA-Data3  SLA-Data4  SLA-Data5  SLA-Data6  SLA-Data7  SLA-Data8 Site: ____________  SLA-Voice1  SLA-Voice2  SLA-Voice3  SLA-Voice4  SLA-Data1  SLA-Data2  SLA-Data3  SLA-Data4  SLA-Data5  SLA-Data6  SLA-Data7  SLA-Data8 Site: ____________  SLA-Voice1  SLA-Voice2  SLA-Voice3  SLA-Voice4  SLA-Data1  SLA-Data2  SLA-Data3  SLA-Data4  SLA-Data5  SLA-Data6  SLA-Data7  SLA-Data8  Additional services In coordination with other user(s), I procure a managed voice and data router with the following interfaces:  E1: ________  4-wire E&M Type V (6 wires): ________  2-wire FXS: ________  2-wire FXO: ________  Ethernet: ________  We record the following variations with the attached common provisions (All variations shall be coordinated with CRV/TF or CRV-OG before their inclusion): All common provisions attached to this individual service contract are part of the contract, and as such, shall be complied with by both parties, except:  None  Those differences explicitly stated hereafter: Variation 1:  Terms and Conditions  Terms of Reference (including annexes)  Final Proposal (including annexes) Para .., the clause on ________________ is changed as follows: ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ Variation 2:  Terms and Conditions  Terms of Reference (including annexes)  Final Proposal (including annexes) Para .., the clause on ________________ is changed as follows: ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ Variation 3:  Terms and Conditions  Terms of Reference (including annexes)  Final Proposal (including annexes) Para .., the clause on ________________ is changed as follows: ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ Add variations as needed.
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Score: 1010031.6 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Contract%20-%20template_v2.pdf
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DeWispelaere_VarietiesUBI_Cepal2018 Varieties of Basic Income 
 The Political Economy of Unconditional Cash Transfers CEPAL Interregional Expert Group Meeting
 “Placing equality at the centre of the 2030 Agenda”
 Santiago de Chile, 27-28 June 2018 Jurgen De Wispelaere, PhD
 Institute for Policy Research, University of Bath
 jurgen.dewispelaere@gmail.com mailto:jurgen.dewispelaere@gmail.com UBI — asking the right kind of question 1.Is basic income a good idea? 2.Under what conditions is basic income a good idea? 3.What variant of basic income is a good idea in a particular policy context? UBI is not a monolith: move away from one-size-fits-all • Three dimensions of variability 1. Variation in objectives 2. Variation in design/ implementation parameters 3. Variation in background conditions (demand/supply) Focus on political economy • Three core political challenges: 1.
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Score: 980007.8 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de.../s5_5_jurgen_de_wispelaere.pdf
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Decision on Motion of Mehmed Alagic to vary the Conditions of his Provisional Release Case No.: IT-01-47-PT IN TRIAL CHAMBER II Before: Judge Wolfgang Schomburg, Presiding Judge Florence Ndpele Mwachande Mumba Judge Carmel Agius Registrar: Mr. Hans Holthuis Decision of: 05 September 2002 PROSECUTOR v ENVER HADZIHASANOVIC MEHMED ALAGIC AMIR KUBURA ____________________________________ DECISION ON MOTION OF MEHMED ALAGIC TO VARY THE CONDITIONS OF HIS PROVISIONAL RELEASE ____________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor : Mr. (...) Prosecution's Response to "Motion of Mehmed Alagic to Vary the Conditions of his Provisional Release," 14 Aug. 2002 (filed confidentially). 2.
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Score: 979355.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/h...ic_kubura/tdec/en/06161354.htm
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State Variations You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Safety / Dangerous Goods / State Variations Dangerous Goods Home Background Annex 18 National Authority for Dangerous Goods Transport by Air Technical Instructions State Variations Currently selected Guidance Material Training Programme Dangerous Goods Panel Meetings Panels DGP Working Group DGP Working Group on Training DGP Working Group on Lithium Batteries Multidisciplinary Lithium Battery Transport Coordination Meetings NEW TRAINING PROVISIONS FOR THE SAFE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY AIR Recent DGP28 WG21 WG20 DGP27 WG19 State Variations   The current browser does not support Web pages that contain the IFRAME element. (...) Resume Page Content   Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 977730.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../Pages/StateVariationPage.aspx
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By varying do(a) we obtain the series of sub-sets G(r). (...) We shall present them once again below, in connexion with the determination in a given set Go(r) of a population satisfying a given condition. A. Population of a sub-set Go(r) satisfying certain conditions FIRST EXAMPLE: THE RATE OF NATURAL VARIATION r IS GIVEN The survivorship function is written: I:d(a)erada pea) = 1 - -/11--- f 0 d(a)erada (This is formula II.IO in chapter II.) (...) Starting from a given initial state at time t, the two conditions enable us to determine at each age the survivors Integral I (r) 1.10 0.90 Rate of natural variation r (%) Graph VI.3.
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Score: 964963.7 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...del/stablepopulation/chap6.pdf
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