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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: 978465.5 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...del/stablepopulation/chap6.pdf
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3 What is the magnitude of the variations in clear-sky level on a satellite-to-ground link that can occur on a diurnal, monthly and seasonal basis? 4 How do the climatology and natural variability (year-to-year, seasonal, monthly and diurnal variations, long-term variations) of all atmospheric constituents affect attenuation and interference predictions? (...) 8 What methods can be used to perform physical based simulations and to forecast propagation conditions during any season for periods of time ranging from a few hours to a few days anywhere in the world using numerical weather prediction methods?
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Score: 975504.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...QUE-SG03.201-7-2019-MSW-E.docx
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[Unused country allocations shall be redistributed thereafter]. Terms and conditions of access - Importing countries Note: Some or all of the proposals for modalities and/or rules-related elements below could apply under Terms and conditions of access – Importing countries: General Administrative conditions and formalities shall not operate in a manner which prevents the full utilisation of scheduled tariff quota opportunities. (...) TN /A G /6 Page 32 Tariff quota administration Working Hypotheses Variations/Additions Terms and conditions of access - Supplying countries (cont'd) (ii) When a tariff quota is established for a commodity on which [small island developing states and least-developed countries] [small vulnerable developing agricultural exporters5] are dependent and have traditionally enjoyed duty free preferences, they will be assigned duty-free tariff quota shares according to their historical share of the market. (...) TN /A G /6 Page 33 Tariff quota administration Working Hypotheses Variations/Additions Terms and conditions of access – Importers (cont'd) (iii) Due account shall be taken of the inherent constraints of the [vulnerable7 countries] [small supplying states] in respect of inter alia, shipment loads, remoteness [and land-locked situations] [and the need for adequate predictability].
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Score: 968619.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ic_e/negoti_modoverview2_e.pdf
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BUT it also recommends an expanded perspective – Education Policy > Raising schooling outcomes – FPP > achieving desired fertility – Dependency > Age dependency – Transition from school to work > Waiting time Plausible but not Automatic • Wide variation in size of first dividends across world region (Mason 2006): from -0.09(SSA) to 0.62 (LAC) btw 1970 and 2000. • Recent data on fertility-related gains in public education spending per capita likewise show great variation • Q: Why these variations? Trends in Public Education Resources per child (1990-2010) [Eloundou-Enyegue and Giroux 2012] Reasons for Variation CURRENT CONSENSUS • Good Policies & Economic Conditions • UNECA (2013): – Continued fertility declines – Enhanced employment – Enhanced human capital • Jain (2013) – Common causes of fertility & dividends – Labor force size – Quality of labor force • Pbs with Current Consensus – Vagueness – Transparency – Relevancy – Relative Importance Advancing the Consensus • Defining the DD: – Window of opportunity? (...) Plausible but not Automatic Reasons for Variation Advancing the Consensus Methodological Approaches (1) Methodological Approaches Strengths & Weaknesses Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10 Expanded Scope for Education and FPP Policy Investments Slide Number 12 How to Harness a Dividend?
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Score: 968461.8 - https://www.un.org/development...arfait_m._eloundou-enyegue.pdf
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Major sources of variability in nutrient composition • Geographical samples • In a single country there may be a wide diversity of soil and climatic conditionsVariations in food marketing and food preparation within different parts of a country • Geographically-specific data may be presented in the database as a supplement to nationwide and/or region wide averages. Major sources of variability in nutrient composition • Seasonal samples • Seasonal variations in nutrient composition need to be accommodated in the combined protocols. • Plant foods are especially prone to variation: water, carbohydrate and vitamin content • Fish :especially in fat content • milk and milk products exhibit variations in vitamin:due to seasonal differences in feeding patterns Major sources of variability in nutrient composition • Physiological state and maturity • The states of maturity of plants and animal foods cause variation in composition • Concentrations of sugars, organic acids and vitamins in many plants, and of fats and some minerals in animal foods. • The storage of plant foods affects water and vitamin contents and levels of some organic nutrients: residual plant metabolism in storage. Major sources of variability in nutrient composition • Cultivar and breed • These may be a significant source of variation for some nutrients • It is desirable to document the cultivar or breed variation within the database.
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Score: 967549.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ling_of_foods_for_analysis.pdf
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TN /A G /6 Page 68 Green Box Working Hypotheses Variations/Additions Government financial participation in income insurance and income safety-net programmes (paragraph 7) (i) Maintain the existing criteria and conditions in paragraph 7. (...) TN /A G /6 Page 71 Green Box Working Hypotheses Variations/Additions Structural adjustment assistance provided through investment aids (paragraph 11) (i) Maintain the existing criteria and conditions in paragraph 11. (...) TN /A G /6 Page 72 Green Box Working Hypotheses Variations/Additions Payments under regional assistance programmes (paragraph 13) (i) Maintain the existing criteria and conditions in paragraph 13.
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Score: 965230.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/negoti_modoverview2dom_e.pdf
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Score: 964194.3 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...LGBTIdontlookaway-social-media
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Decision on Šainović motion for variation of conditions of temporary provisional release UNITED NATIONS Before: Registrar: Decision of: International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations ofInternational Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991 IN THE TRIAL CHAMBER Judge Iain Bonomy, Presiding Judge Ali Nawaz Chowhan Judge Tsvetana Kameuova Judge Janet Nosworthy, Reserve Judge Mr. (...) MILAN MILUTINOVIĆ NIKOLA ŠAINOVIĆ DRAGOLJUB OJDANIĆ NEBOJŠA PAVKOVIĆ VLADIMIR LAZAREVIĆ SRETEN LUKIĆ PUBLIC Case No.: lT-05-87-T Date: l October 2008 Original: English DECISION ON ŠAINOVIĆ MOTION FOR VARIATION OF CONDITIONS OF TEMPORARY PROVISIONAL RELEASE Officeof the Prosecutor Mr.
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Score: 963318 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/milutinovic/tdec/en/081001.pdf
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Decision on the conditions of the accused Stanišić's provisional release MADE PUBLIC BY CHAMBER ORDER OF 0711112012, RP D44643-D4463l UNITED International Tribunal for the Case No. (...) JOVICA STANIŠiĆ FRANKO SIMATOVIĆ CONFIDENTIAL DECISION ON THE CONDITIONS OF THE ACCUSED STANIŠIĆ'S PROVISIONAL RELEASE Office of the Prosecutor Mr Dermot Groome The Government of the Republic of Serbia Per: The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands The Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Counsel for Jovica Stanišić Mr Wayne lordash Mr Scott Martin Counsel for Franko Simatović Mr Mihajlo Bakrač Mr Vladimir Petrović MADE PUBLIC BY CHAMBER ORDER OF 0711112012, RP 044643-D44631 TRIAL CHAMBER I 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"); BEING SEISED of an application ("Application") by the Stanišić Defence ("Defence") to vary the conditions of the provisional release of Jovica Stanišić ("Accused"), filed confidentially on 21 August 2012;1 NOTING the "Decision on the Stanišić Defence Request for Provisional Release" filed confide~tially on 16 July 2012 ("Decision,,);2 RECALLING that in the Decision, the Chamber granted the provisional release of the Accused from 20 July 2012 to 4 October 2012;3 NOTING that the Defence requests the Chamber to vary the condition of the Accused's provisional release that he remain within the confines of the city of Belgrade, for one day (approximately eight hours) so as to allow him to visit his father's grave in the town of Bačka Palanka, in the Republic of Serbia ("Serbia"); 4 NOTING that the Prosecution has indicated to the Defence that it would not object to the requested variation;5 RECALLING the applicable law governing provisional release as set out in a previous decision;6 CONSIDERING that granting the requested variation would not alter the Chamber's assessment regarding the criteria of Rule 65 (B) of the Tribunal's Rules of Procedure and Evidence ("Rules,,);7 RECALLING that in the Decision, the Chamber set out conditions for monitoring, treating, and reporting on the Accused's health, which include that the Reporting Medical Officer ("RMO") should put questions to the Accused· by telephone once every three weeks;8 '-- 4 6 Stanišić Defence Application to Vary the Conditions of Stanišić' s Provisional Release Decision on the Stanišić Defence Request for Provisional Release of 16 July 2012, 21 August 2012 (Confidential). (...) IT -03-69-T 24 August 2012 MADE PUBLIC BY CHAMBER ORDER OF 071lll2012, RP D44643-D4463l FINDING that, so long as the aforementioned conditions for monitoring, treating, and reporting on the Accused's health are not disrupted, there is no compelling reason to deny the requested variation of the conditions of'the Accused' s provisional release; FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS, PURSUANT TO Rules 54 and 65 of.the Rules, HEREBY GRANTS the Application, AMENDS the Decision, and ORDERS that as an exception to the conditions of the Accused' s provisional release set in the Decision: (i) the Accused may travel outside of the confines of the city of Belgrade on one day (for approximately eight hours) in August 2012 to visit his father's grave in Bačka Palanka town in Serbia; (ii) the Accused need not report to a local police station on the day of his visit to his father' s grave in Bačka Palanka in August 2012; CLARIFIES that all other conditions set in the Decision remain in force; INSTRUCTS the Defence to consult with the Registry in determining the day on which the Accused will travel to Bačka Palanka, so as to ensure that the visit does not interfere in any way with the RMO putting questions to the Accused; and INSTRUCTS the Registry to inform the Government of Serbia at least two days in advance of the day on which the Accused will travel to Bačka Palanka.
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Score: 963154.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/s...simatovic/tdec/en/120824_1.pdf
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FAO - SFM Case Detail: Leucaena salvadorensis: genetic variation and conservation FAO.org english Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Case Details Leucaena salvadorensis: genetic variation and conservation Author(s) Boshier, D. (...) This requires taking account of the patterns of genetic variation in the species, the forestry and socio-economic contexts of the different countries, and the combination of in situ, ex situ or other conservation measures. (...) Type of Case Printed publication (book, sourcebook, journal article…) Publisher Bioversity International Region Americas Biome Tropical Forest Type All forest types (natural and planted) Primary Designated Function All Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 962246.1 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...cases/case-detail/en/c/383213/
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