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After a few INTER-coded frames (P4, P6, P8, and P10), there is another scene cut. … P0 I2 P4 P6 P8 P10 … time scene cut scene cut Figure 1. (...) The frames between the scene cut and the INTRA frame I6 are (ultimately) predicted from I6. … P0 P2 P4 I6 P8 P10 … time scene cut scene cut Figure 2. (...) Code_number Reference frame 0 The temporally last decoded frame (1 frame back) 1 The temporally subsequent decoded frame (1 frame forward) 2 2 frames back 3 2 frames forward 4 3 frames back 5 3 frames forward .. .. _1026373639.doc I2 P0 … P10 P8 P6 P4 … scene cut scene cut time _1026374038.doc P2 P0 … P10 P8 I6 P4 … scene cut scene cut time
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Score: 574371.88 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0008_Por/q15k38r0.doc
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10 things cut the cost of doing business internationally 4 The WTO can ... cut the cost of doing business internationally Many of the benefits of the trading system are more difficult to summarize in numbers, but they are still important. (...) It helps to increase productivity and to cut costs even more because of important principles enshrined in the system, designed to make life simpler and clearer. (...) Together, they make trading simpler, cutting companies’ costs. That, in turn, means more jobs and better goods and services for consumers.
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Score: 574064.36 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...whatis_e/10thi_e/10thi04_e.htm
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The standard includes photographs of carcasses and selected commercial cuts to facilitate a better understanding of its provisions with a view to ensuring a wide application in international trade. 1.2.0 Scope The standard applies to carcasses and/or associated meat cuts from bovine animals, marketed as fit for human consumption, demonstrating a characteristic red beef colour. 1.3.0 Field of application The purpose of this Standard is to define certain aspects of quality and cutting requirements of beef carcasses and cuts intended to be sold in international trade. (...) Details can be found in (Standards - Bovine Carcase and Cuts) and systems details can be accessed through either USDA or AUS-MEAT directly. (...) Weight Range 0 = Not Specified 1 = Specified 13 Packing 0 = Not Specified 1 = Carcasses and quarters – Chilled with or without packaging 2 = Carcasses and quarters – Frozen/deep frozen packed to protect the products 3 = Cuts – I.W. (Individually wrapped). 4 = Cuts – Bulk packaged (plastic or wax-lined container). 5 = Cuts – Vacuum-packed (VP). 6 = Cuts – Modified Atmosphere Packed (MAP). 7 = Cuts – Other. 14.
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Score: 573055.22 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...gs/ge.11/document/20000702.pdf
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This reflects the impact of tariff cuts which many operators made before and during 1998 in order to combat the threat of competition. (...) They face a dilemma. If they cut settlement rates too quickly, they may lose vital revenue. On the other hand, if they cut settlement rates too slowly, they risk seeing the whole accounting rate system collapse with voice traffic shifting to the Internet.
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Score: 572790.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...tions/dot/1999/page15_dot.html
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The district leadership team in Amudat, home of the Pokot community, is enlisting the participation of twenty young men who in the past couple of years got married to ‘normal’ girls who had survived the cruel cut.  The young husbands are to become social ambassadors bearing the message that the rest of world takes for granted and doesn’t even stop to think about, that sex is enjoyable –if the woman was not cut. (...) The result was some twenty girls successfully resisting the cruel cut. Greatly supported by their parents and church, the girls kept dodging the knife until twenty of them got married, something unknown to the Pokot.  But then equally surprised are their husbands who apparently after having previously married cut women are now staying with uncut women, moreover from their own community.
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Score: 571465.53 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...rage-female-genital-mutilation
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The format of the beef specific section will include general provisions on cuts offering a method to identify and describe cuts. (...) The existing part 5 would be completed with information from Argentina (document on Pistola cut), France (additional cuts to be included), and Australia (cuts from the AUS-MEAT handbook). (...) Free from freezerburn. 4 (B) Cutting, trimming, and boning of cuts shall be accomplished with sufficient care to maintain cut integrity and identity, and avoid scores in the lean.
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Score: 571263.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.11/document/1999_05.pdf
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Third, several countries have cut the value of unemployment benefits, in Portugal for example by 20 per cent. (...) Almost all European countries have announced plans to freeze or cut public sector wage. Wage cuts have been implemented in various ways, either through a basic wage freeze or cut in Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and many others, or through the abolition of bonuses previously enjoyed by public sector employees such as the thirteenth month payment in Hungary and thirteenth and fourteenth month payments in Greece. (...) Deteriorating working and employment conditions, combined with cuts in social expenditure, have led to reduced workers’ motivation, lower human capital and a lower quality of public services –directly related to the cuts in employment and wages.
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Score: 571250.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_236720.pdf
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Uncut mushrooms, which have the lower part of the stalk uncut. 2. Cut mushrooms, which have the lower part of the stalk cut. The cut must be clean and approximately perpendicular to the longitudinal axis. (...) Open mushrooms Diameter of cap Maximum length of stalk Size Size limits for cut mushrooms Small 20 - 35 mm 20 mm Medium 30 - 65 mm 25 mm Large 60 mm and over 30 mm Sizing is compulsory for: (i) cut and uncut mushrooms in the "Extra" Class (ii) uncut mushrooms in Class I iii) uncut mushrooms in Class I presented in packages weighing 1 kg or less (iv) cut and uncut mushrooms in Class II presented in packages weighing 1 kg or less.
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Score: 571250.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...gs/ge.01/document/20002504.pdf
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Third, several countries have cut the value of unemployment benefits, in Portugal for example by 20 per cent. (...) Almost all European countries have announced plans to freeze or cut public sector wage. Wage cuts have been implemented in various ways, either through a basic wage freeze or cut in Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and many others, or through the abolition of bonuses previously enjoyed by public sector employees such as the thirteenth month payment in Hungary and thirteenth and fourteenth month payments in Greece. (...) Deteriorating working and employment conditions, combined with cuts in social expenditure, have led to reduced workers’ motivation, lower human capital and a lower quality of public services –directly related to the cuts in employment and wages.
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Score: 571250.2 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_236720.pdf
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Determinants of trade duration RTA Systemic and Cross-Cutting Issues WTO Seminar Cross-cutting issues on RTAs 25 September 2014 Preferential Rules of Origin in GATT 1994  Very few disciplines in the WTO:  Annex 2 Agreement on Rules of Origin:  Basically, a transparency provision  Article XXIV of the GATT 1994 does not refer to them specifically …  disciplines on “other regulations of commerce” ? WTO Seminar Cross-cutting issues on RTAs 25 September 2014 Study on Preferential Rules of Origin  Half of world trade is under MFN 0! (...) RTAs Regimes of PRO Intra-Europe of which EU family 50 50 Intra-America of which NAFTA family 26 21 Intra-CIS of which CIS family 27 27 Others 89 Total 192 WTO Seminar Cross-cutting issues on RTAs 25 September 2014 Some Elements of Modern PROs  Providing Preferences through PROs ?
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Score: 571025.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ept14_e/presentation_roi_e.pdf
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