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FLUCTUATIONS IN THE COMMERCIAL FISH POPULATION OF THE NORTHWEST PACIFIC IN RELATION TO METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS, FISHERY OPERATIONS AND OTHER FACTORS : BY P.A. MOISEEV
The Pacific cod, for example, has more than 100 different creatures from which to select its food, but it eats · only four or five varieties (Logvinovich, 1949, Gordeyeva, 1951) . . Similarly, the various species of flat -fish and halibut, whose range of food includes more than 200 creatures, consistently feed on ·only a few of these ·(Mikulich, 1954). · 21. (...) The overwhelming majority of the creatures inhabiting the Far Ee stern seas, and particularly such creatures as salmon, herring, cod, flat fish, navaga, pollack and king crab, nave formed a number of isolated and often independent populations, which have settled in various regions of the Far Eastern seas and adapted themselves to living in varied conditions.
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Score: 1008426.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/CONF.10/L.14&Lang=E
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FOURTH REPORT ON DIPLOMATIC PROTECTION : ADDENDUM / BY JOHN DUGARD, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR
Legal personality is “not a natural phenomenon but a creature of law”.13 A legal system may confer legal personality on whatever object or association it pleases. (...) Given the fact that legal persons are the creatures of municipal law, it follows that there are today a wide range of legal persons with differing characteristics, including corporations, public enterprises, universities, schools, foundations, churches, municipalities, non-profit-making associations, non-governmental organizations and even partnerships (in some countries). (...) Although the common law treats companies and partnerships as entirely separate creatures, some legal systems recognize hybrid forms.
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Score: 1002186.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CN.4/530/ADD.1&Lang=E
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One of these 16 caftans, which were probably gifted to an Alan chief, features a design emblematic of the rich exchanges of the time, a mythological creature of Sassanian origin, the simurgh - a creature with the head of a dog and body and claws of a lion, which is featured on a repeated pattern contained within roundel medallions. 
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Score: 1000865.7 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...e-influences-caftans-uncovered
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At the unveiling, Secretary-General Kofi Annan thanked the member states and said that: “The sheer size of this creature humbles us. And so, it should. For it shows us that some things are bigger than we are.
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Score: 999247.9 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/content/sleeping-elephant
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The permit holder and his employees and agents shall take all reasonable precautions, particularly with regard to storage and transport of pesticides, to protect the health of human beings, creatures and plants, except for target species, and to safeguard the environment. (...) The permit holder shall take all reasonable precautions, particularly with regard to storage and transport of pesticides, to protect the health of human beings, creatures and plants, except for target species, and to safeguard the environment. CONDITIONS OF USE OF PESTICIDES 14. (1) No person shall use a pesticide otherwise than in accordance with the instructions for use printed on the label affixed to the pesticide container without the prior written approval of the Registrar. 10 (2) Any person who uses a pesticide shall take all reasonable precautions to protect the health of human beings, creatures and plants, to safeguard the environment and in particular to avoid pollution of water. (3) No person shall combine or mix for use two or more pesticides except in accordance with the conditions of any licence, permit or approval issued by the Registrar in relation to these pesticides.
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Score: 996999 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON4A2_LEG_5.pdf
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The Hayachine Kagura is a series of masked dances accompanied by drum, cymbals and flute: six ritual dances begin the performance; five dances recount stories of the deities and medieval Japanese history, and a final dance features a performer dressed as a shishi,   an imaginary lion-like creature representing the Hayachine deity himself.
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Score: 989981 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ural-heritage/hayachine-kagura
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There is a motif of a hand and arm down the narrow front side, a pattern of ‘H’ type shapes and a foxlike creature adorns the wider side.  In 1963, Universities of Istanbul and Chicago discovered this ancient site.
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Score: 989981 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/4092
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Sid Bruce Short Joe from the remote Cape York community of Pormpuraaw takes these so-called “ghost nets” that wash up on the beach near his home and sculpts fish and other sea creatures out them. Date 2017 LISTEN TO UN RADIO Walking the world with Little Amal Play video Generations unite at sea Play video Can the UN stop a war?
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Score: 989981 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/ghost-net-sculptures
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