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Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water). Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may well affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught in a particular area and processed by a method, e.g.
Language:English
Score: 754408.1 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...tistics/conversion-factors/ar/
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Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water). Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may well affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught in a particular area and processed by a method, e.g.
Language:English
Score: 754408.1 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...tistics/conversion-factors/en/
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Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water). Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may well affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught in a particular area and processed by a method, e.g.
Language:English
Score: 754408.1 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...tistics/conversion-factors/ru/
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There is no place for conversion therapy under the Dutch regular healthcare system. (...) In February 2019 Dutch parliament accepted a statement for a legal prohibition of conversion therapies. The government is conducting research on the possibilities to counteract and prevent conversion therapy. (...) No there are no State institutions, organizations or entities involved in the execution of practices of so-called conversion therapy . In 2004 the financial support of an organization that seemed to conduct conversion therapies was terminated. 8.
Language:English
Score: 753797.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...n_therapy_The_Netherlands.docx
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Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water. Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught or grown in a particular area and processed by a method.
Language:English
Score: 753465.2 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...concepts/conversionfactors/ar/
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Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water. Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught or grown in a particular area and processed by a method.
Language:English
Score: 753465.2 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...concepts/conversionfactors/en/
Data Source: un
Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water. Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught or grown in a particular area and processed by a method.
Language:English
Score: 753465.2 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...concepts/conversionfactors/ru/
Data Source: un
Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water. Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught or grown in a particular area and processed by a method.
Language:English
Score: 753465.2 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...ts/major-fishing-areas-general
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To achieve communication between clients and S2ST modules, a communication protocol, the Modality Conversion Protocol (MCP), and a data format, the Modality Conversion Markup Language (MCML), have been designed. (...) (b) ASR server: A conversion function to convert the speech signal to text, referred to as transcription, for the source language and a MC Interpreter are required. (...) Satoshi Nakamura NICT Japna Tel: +81-774-98-6310 Fax: +81-774-98-6823 Email: satoshi.nakamura@nict.go.jp S2STclient for language A speaker Wide area public communication Modality Conversion Interpreter ASR ASR server server MT MT server server TTS server TTS server Communication between users who speak different languages Conversion from speech signal to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language A to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language B Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from speech signal to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language B to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language A ASR ASR server server MT server MT server TTS server TTS server Modality Conversion Interpreter S2STclient for language A speaker Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter S2STclient for language A speaker Wide area public communication Modality Conversion Interpreter ASR ASR server server MT MT server server TTS server TTS server Communication between users who speak different languages Conversion from speech signal to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language A to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language B Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from speech signal to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language B to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language A ASR ASR server server MT server MT server TTS server TTS server Modality Conversion Interpreter S2STclient for language A speaker Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter MT MT from language A from language A to language B to language B ASR ASR of language A of language A S2ST Client for language A speaker Wide area public communication TTS TTS of Language B of Language B Communication between users who speak different languages S2ST Client for language B speaker MT MT from language B from language B to language A to language A ASR ASR of language B of language B TTS TTS of Language A of Language A MT MT from language A from language A to language B to language B ASR ASR of language A of language A S2ST Client for language A speaker Wide area public communication TTS TTS of Language B of Language B Communication between users who speak different languages S2ST Client for language B speaker MT MT from language B from language B to language A to language A ASR ASR of language B of language B TTS TTS of Language A of Language A
Language:English
Score: 751205.27 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...009-2012/1003_Sha/AVD-3885.doc
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IE SOGI - eReport_V1_20200529 United Nations Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity - IESOGI REPORT ON CONVERSION THERAPY WHAT IS CONVERSION THERAPY? “Conversion therapy” is used as an umbrella term to describe interventions of a wide-ranging nature, all of which have in common the belief that a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity (SOGI) can and should be changed. (...) Conversion therapy currently happens in a multitude of countries, in all regions of the world. (...) WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF “CONVERSION THERAPY” PRACTICES? The methods and means commonly utilized to implement practices of “conversion therapy” lead to psychological and physical pain and suffering.
Language:English
Score: 749626.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...on/ConversionTherapyReport.pdf
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