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Kifana scanned the five cartons of juice; one carton of juice was later removed from the transaction at the Applicant’s request although it remained on the check-out desk. (...) e) The investigators did not identify the particular type of chocolate allegedly taken or its price. (...) Another video footage shows that the Applicant put the five 1-litre packs of juice on the check-out desk and that Mr. Kifana scanned the five juice packs.
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Score: 2406459.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-017.pdf
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Kifana scanned the five cartons of juice; one carton of juice was later removed from the transaction at the Applicant’s request although it remained on the check-out desk. (...) Kifana and the Applicant defended their actions and claimed that tipping was normal and in line with prevailing practices, it was incumbent upon the Respondent to investigate tipping practices rather than the investigators relying on their own interpretation. e) The investigators did not identify the particular type of chocolate allegedly taken or its price. (...) Another video footage shows that the Applicant put the five 1-litre packs of juice on the check-out desk and that Mr. Kifana scanned the five juice packs.
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Score: 1998580.5 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2019-017.pdf
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Score: 1804583 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...r-a-healthy-diet-this-new-year
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International Year of Forests 2011 Please note that this page is no longer being updated and it is available for historical reference only العربية 中文 English Français русский Español FAO Home Forestry FAO and the International Year of Forests 2011 About Forests 2011 Forests 2011 events Celebrate forests every day Photo competition Newsroom Toolkit for communicators Key messages Outreach suggestions Videos Forests 2011 logo Posters and banners Forestry photo database Selected key publications Forests 2011 months Media interview tips International Year of Forests 2011 send by email Forestry photo database Indian boy carrying firewood, Guatemalan highlands. (...) FO-6875/J.Ball   Malpighia punicifolia from which a juice, rich in vitamin C, is extracted for local consumption, Brazil.  (...) Applications for such permission should be addressed to the Chief, Publishing Management Service, Information Division, FAO, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome, Italy or by e-mail to [email protected] Related sites FAO Forestry Photo Database FAO Photo Library     last updated:  Tuesday, July 30, 2013 Contact us  |  Privacy policy  |  Scam alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1715438.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/iyf2011/69191/en/
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In Bangladesh, to break the fast, some may have jilabi (deep-fried flour which is then soaked in sugar syrup), firni (a rice pudding), misthi doi (sweet yogurt) and fruit juice on their Iftar menu. These items can contain large amounts of sugar. (...) Free sugar refers to sugar present in sweets, added to processed foods and drinks, and the naturally present sugar in honey, syrups, fruit juices and fruit concentrates. For example, just one can of a sugar sweetened soda can contain up to 40 grams of sugar. (...) Avoid the consumption of fizzy drinks and sweetened beverages including fruit juice; Replace sugary snacks with fresh whole fruit and raw vegetables.
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Score: 1676125.6 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...ng-sugar-intake-during-ramadan
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article 7 ways to improve the quality of air at home Enjoy fresh air at home with these tips from UNICEF and Austrian Development Agency UNICEF UNICEF Armenia/2020/Margaryan Available in: Հայերեն English 05 June 2020 Care for air purifying plants Not only do they brighten the home, but plants also clean your air! (...) View guidelines on best air-filtering plants   UNICEF Armenia/2020/Margaryan Clean your windows with lemon juice and water Lemons are high in citric acid, which makes them one of the most effective natural cleaners due to its low pH and antibacterial properties. (...) Don't use lemon to clean natural stone and anything that is brass plated. 24 other things you can clean with lemon juice UNICEF Armenia/2020/Margaryan Make an eco-friendly and all-purpose cleaner (2 cups distilled water, ½ tsp baking soda, 1tsp liquid castile soap, 4 drops any essential oil, 1 tsp Borax) When we buy commercial cleaning products, we expect them to do one thing: clean!
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Score: 1635971.9 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...-ways-improve-quality-air-home
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Children and Healthy Nutrition: Five Tips for Parents How parents can build a solid foundation of proper life-long eating habits for their children UNICEF UNICEF Available in: Українська English 05 November 2021 Your  relationship with food begins in early childhood. (...) By forming healthy eating habits in your  family. Here are five tips to help you do just that.    1. Eat together Try to gather the whole family around the table as often as possible by scheduling at least one meal together per  day. (...) Here are some simple formulas to help you figure out which products to choose: An apple is better than apple purée. Purée is better than juice. Juice is better than jam, and jam is better than an apple-flavored carbonated drink.
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Score: 1625410.2 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...ies/children-healthy-nutrition
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Retrieved from Aguilera, E., Lassaletta, L., Gattinger, A., & Gimeno, B. (...) Retrieved from Crane, E. (2015, December 7). The rising danger of flooding in Egypt. (...) M., Laila, F., Haggag, M. M., & Abd El M, E. H. E. (2009). Changes in some physical and chemical properties of fruit and oil in some olive oil cultivars during harvesting stage.
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Score: 1591389.6 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...L-FINAL-20170302-OnePage_0.pdf
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Here are some other important tips, especially during Seheri and Iftar: Reduce the intake of fatty, deep-fried, processed, spicy or salty food as these will increase thirst during the fasting period. (...) Eat fruits instead of fruit juices. Break your fast at Iftar with dates to prevent headaches and to get the energy your body needs. (...) Bercaru News Reducing fat intake during Ramadan 11 June 2018 Staying Healthy During Ramadan 23 May 2018 Need of watching sugar intake during Ramadan 7 June 2018 Use Ramadan opportunity to quit smoking forever 6 June 2017 Fact sheets Food safety 30 April 2020 Feature stories 5 tips for a healthy diet this New Year 26 December 2019 Quick links Media centre Head of WHO Office Procurement Careers Regional links Data Publications Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1580549.4 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...17-stay-healthy-during-ramadan
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You can also use spices, olive oil, vinegar, mustard, lemon or lime juice, honey and yoghurt. Another idea for meals is to make a salad every day based on the rich ingredients you can easily get on the market, this includes Tabbouleh, Fattouch with lots of green leafy vegetables and lemon juice; Arab salad with fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and onion. (...) Serve fresh, cut up fruit and frozen juice mixed with yoghurt instead of ice cream. Spinach and cheese fatayer pastry are also healthy mid-afternoon or late evening snacks.   (...) Be healthy, be safe, be well and enjoy the richness this region offers Related topics Nutrition Health COVID-19 MENA Middle East and North Africa More to explore Article Tips for parents: Online safety for children during COVID-19 5 ways to help keep your child’s online experiences positive and safe Read the story News note 27 January 2022 UNICEF provides lifesaving assistance to displaced children and families in northeast Syria Read now Press release 24 January 2022 UNRWA and UNICEF renew agreement to further support Palestine refugee children in the region Visit the page Press release 24 January 2022 151,200 doses of COVID-19 vaccines donated by Japan arrive in Syria Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Regional stories Take action Press centre About us Where we work Related links Children of Syria EUTF - Syria No Lost Generation OOSCI Voices of Youth Arabic Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1562348.5 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/stories/resorting-food-comfort
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