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Use Hollow Section 1.5"x1"  frame and 1"x1" shutter using glasses 4mm  clear fixed with steel putty and silicon  and finish  by painting Pcs 1.0                                     ‐    Sub Total for Element No.3                                    ‐    4.1 Wall Finishing                                    ‐    a Provide and apply 22mm cement and sand 1:6 plaster  for internal and external wall  including rendering to concrete or stone  masonry footing including curing.  m 2 209.0                                     ‐    b  Provide and apply 15mm cement and sand 1:4 external rendering and finishing coat to  concrete or stone masonry footing M2 18.9                                     ‐    4.2 Floor Finishing                                     ‐    Cement and sand (1;4) Screeds and backings                                    ‐    a Supply and lay 40mm thick cement sand screed  floor finish in two coats steel trowelled to a  smooth finish M 2 104                                     ‐    ELEMENT No.4 FINISHING ELEMENT No.3 WINDOWS Page 2/8 b Supply, lay and finish  Step and ramp using  stones for foundation, plain conc and cement  paste finishing. (...) m 2 110.3 ‐                                 Externally ‐Apply two coats white cement mixed  with emmulsion paint for skimming then  undercoat Emmulsion  followed by painting  wheatherguard three coats m2 110.3 Internally‐ Use Gypsum pouder mixed with  skimming paint for skimming then apply one  coat of undercoat followed by silk paint. m 2 110.3 SUB‐TOTAL FOR WINDOWS ‐                                 4 Supply and fix sawn soft wood treated tember  and nails. ‐                                 a 50mm x 75mm softwood around the wall  Lm 70 ‐                                 b 50mm x50mm soft wood 600 c/c draft Lm 110 ‐                                 c 9mm thick gypsum boards m² 24 ‐                                 d Cornices Lm 37 ‐                                 e Apply gypsum powder mixed with emmulsion  paint on gypsum board by skimming m² 17 ‐                                 f Apply undercoat emmulsion paint followed by  wheatherguard two coats on the board m² 17 ‐                                 Total Ceiling  ‐                                 Cement and sand (1;4) Screeds and  backings Supply and lay 25mm thick cement sand screed  floor finish in two coats steel trowelled to a  smooth finish m2 26 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL FOR FLOOR FINISHING ‐                                 TOTAL KITCHEN AND STORE                                    ‐    C ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY UNIT PRICE‐TZS TOTAL AMOUNT 1 Supply and fixing hardwood or treated  softwood timber including fixing nails and 6mm  bar for tying trusses 5 FLOOR FINISHING PROPOSED BILL OF QUANTITIES FOR COMPLETION OF TOILET PITS  FACILITIES  CEILLING  ROOF STRUCTURE & COVERING Page 5/8 Timber 2 '' X 3''  purlins m 14 ‐                                 Timber 2'' X 4'' , wall plate and rafter m 12 ‐                                 Timber 1'' X 8'' sawn for facial board m 13 ‐                                 NOTE: The above softwood  timber structure  should be pressure impregnated treated ‐                                 ‐                                 Roof Covering ‐                                 Supply and fix Corrogated coloured Iron Sheet  28 Gauge  as manufactured by ALAF/ KIBOKO or  other approved as district engineer with 150mm  end laps and two corrugation side laps with  approved nails m2 10.86 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL ROOF STRUCTURE & COVERING ‐                                 2 Provide and fix steel door (Frame size 840mm x  2100mm ) Square pipe 1.25" to 1.25" and Plate  G18, well welded, provide all fittings including  red oxide and  finishing  by painting 2 ‐                                 Total Doors ‐                                 3 Supply and fix window grill made with 20mm x  50mm thick mediume square pipe and 5mm flat  bar painted red‐oxide, fished three coats of oil  paint 630mmX 770mm high  No 1 ‐                                 630mmX 760mm high  No 1 ‐                                 ‐                                 Plastering ‐                                 Externally ‐Apply two coats white cement mixed  with emmulsion paint for skimming then  undercoat Emmulsion  followed by painting  wheatherguard three coats m2 57.9 ‐                                 Internally ‐Apply two coats white cement mixed  with emmulsion paint for skimming then  undercoat Emmulsion  followed by painting silk  paint three coats m 2 80 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL FOR WINDOWS ‐                                 4 Cement and sand (1;4) Screeds and  backings Supply and lay 25mm thick cement sand screed  floor finish in two coats steel trowelled to a  smooth finish m2 23.8 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL FOR FINISHING ‐                                 5 DOOR RAISER/TOWER FOR TANK 5000Ltrs FLOOR FINISHING WINDOWS Page 6/8 a Supply and install Tank tower 2500mm high, use  Black pipe 2.5''   and flat bars 2''at the top for  resting a Tank. 
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Score: 831905.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de.../boq-cbecd-kasulu-20211012.pdf
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In particular, an increasing proportion of trade is now in the form of wet-blue, crust and ready to finish leathers. Despite the significance in volume and value terms of international trade in these items, they are not included in the existing international trade classifications. 1 These tanned hides and skins are typically arbitrarily classified in trade statistics either as raw hides and skins, or as finished leather, whereas they are, in fact, neither of these. (...) The new structure brings two residual categories at the end, item 4110 that covers specialty leathers such as chamois, patent, patent laminated or metallised leathers, and 4111 that is kept for sub-products and leather waste. 4101: Raw bovine and equine hides and skins, fresh, salted, limed or pickled but not tanned; 4102: Raw sheep and lamb, fresh, salted, limed or pickled but not tanned; 4103: Other raw hides and skins (includes goat, reptiles); 4104: Tanned or crust bovine or equine hides and skins, not finished; 4105: Tanned or crust sheep and lamb skins, not finished; 4106: Other tanned or crust, not finished; 4107: Finished leather, bovine and equine, include buffalo; 4108: Finished leather, sheep and lamb; 4109: Other finished leather; 4110: Chamois leather; patent and patent laminated leather; metallised leather: 4111: Composition leather, parings, waste. (...) However, crust, wet-blue and ready to finish leathers are not included in the existing international trade classifications.
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Score: 823839.8 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/hs/98/w9295e.htm
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In order to verify that the finished product complies with the product specification, unless otherwise specified in the Product Technical Specifications, a complete testing analysis (including all macro, micronutrients, microbiological and other contaminants) of the finished product should be provided for specialized nutritional foods. (...) TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS Author: A Fleet Revision: ANK, ANS, PSJ Version: 2.1 Date: 03.05.2017 Certificate of Analysis (CoA) A Certificate of Analysis is required for each batch of finished product supplied under purchase orders. CoAs are required to include all active ingredients and microbiological tests unless defined otherwise in the Finished Product Technical Specification. Manufacturing Standard The appropriate standards to refer to for raw materials, pre-mixes, ingredients, excipients and the finished products are included in the Finished Product Technical Specification, Interagency Product questionnaires and Interagency Manufacturers Questionnaires.
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Score: 817136.33 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...r%20nutritional%20products.pdf
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The finish-a-vial campaign motivates the community health worker to go far and vaccinate more people. “The express vaccination exercise reached the highest number on 17 December when we vaccinated 920 people in 15 centres, but we can more than double the figures if all 183 HSAs are involved in the finish-a-vial initiate. Some 1 830 will be vaccinated if each just finishes one,” he explains. (...) They know how to communicate, navigate and engage their communities. “The Finish-a-Vial initiative is a modification of this.
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Score: 806634.7 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/stories/no-dose-waste
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NOTE: Paragraph 23 is as amended by the Order of the Chairman of the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan On Regulation of Natural Monopolies, Protection of Competition, and Support of Small Businesses No. 249-1-OD of 13 December 2001. 6 Annex 1 to the Rules for Introduction and Discontinuation of Decreasing Coefficients for Tariffs on Regulated Rail Freight Documents to be provided by the Client, requesting introduction of decreasing coefficients for rail freight rates in a specific economic sector: 1) application (free form); 2) full name of the Client (natural person or legal entity) and type of economic activity; 3) justification demonstrating the need to introduce decreasing coefficients for tariffs including projected increase (or maintenance) of the level of tax receipts to the budget as a result of applying decreasing coefficients; 4) statement of balance along with the analysis of financial and economic activities and explanatory note for the previous year (six months, three months); 5) product range (finished goods, raw materials) with detailed entries; 6) unit cost of finished goods broken down by items of expenditure; 7) structure of transportation costs for finished goods and raw materials together with their share in the overall costs and a separate entry for the railway tariff; 8) development of cost prices and clearance prices of finished goods and purchased raw materials; 9) costs incidental to the purchase of raw materials and affecting clearance prices of finished goods with a separate entry for the railway tariff; 10) level of liabilities before the Carrier (in the form of a reconciliation act as of the 1st date of the current month and repayment profile bearing signatures of the Client and the chief executive of the Carrier); 11) dynamics of finished goods traffic for the previous year broken down by months; 12) volume of finished goods and raw materials traffic for the current year broken down by months; 13) projected annual volume of finished goods and raw materials traffic broken down by months along with the indication of the routes and distance to the points of destination; 14) type and class of the rolling stock used for the transportation of raw materials and finished products; 15) a full name of the supplier of raw materials; 16) a full name of the buyer (recipient) of products. 7 Annex 2 to the Rules for Introduction and Discontinuation of Decreasing Coefficients for Tariffs on Regulated Rail Freight Documents to be submitted to the Anti-Monopoly Agency by the concerned public bodies: 1) justification demonstrating need to introduce decreasing coefficients for tariffs on rail transportation of products of a specific economic sector including projected increase (or maintenance) of the level of tax receipts to the budget as a result of applying decreasing coefficients; 2) list of major consignors and consignees involved in the transportation of the product in review, whose share in the overall product traffic exceeds 10 per cent; 3) unit cost of finished products broken down by items of expenditure for the major economic agents; 4) structure of transportation costs for finished goods and raw materials along with their share in the overall costs and a separate entry for the railway tariff for each major economic agent; 5) development of cost prices and clearance prices of finished goods and purchased raw materials for each major economic agent; 6) costs incidental to the purchase of raw materials by major economic agents and affecting clearance prices of finished goods 7) with a separate entry for the railway tariff; 8) dynamics of finished goods and raw materials traffic for the previous year broken down by months for each major economic agent; 9) volume of traffic of finished goods and raw materials for the current year broken down by months for each economic agent; 10) projected annual volume of traffic of finished goods and raw materials broken down by months along with the indication of the routes and distance to the points of destination, for each major economic agent; 11) type and class of the rolling stock used for the transportation of raw materials and finished products for major economic agents; 12) full names of the undertakings acting as suppliers of raw materials for major economic agents; 13) full names of the undertakings acting of buyers (recipients) of products of major economic agents.
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Score: 803149.07 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ50A1_LEG_5.pdf
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Conclusions Follow-up Remarks 18/1 ACTIONS FOR ATFM IMPLEMENTATION IN THE CAR REGION Valid ------------ 18/2 ESTABLISHMENT OF A WORKING GROUP TO OBTAIN BETTER AMHS OPERATIONAL USE Finished ----------- 18/3 REVISION OF THE MET PROGRAMME AND ITS TASKS Finished Will be presented in the next Meeting 18/4 DEVELOPMENT OF AIR NAVIGATION PLANS ALIGNED WITH THE GANP AND THE REGIONAL PERFORMANCE-BASED AIR NAVIGATION PLANS In Progress AIM TF is under updating process 18/5 IMPROVED DATA COLLECTION PROCESS FOR THE TREATMENT OF DEFICIENCIES REPORTED BY IFALPA AND IATA In Progress No AIM deficiencies reported by IATA or IFALPA 18/6 RESOLUTION OF AERONAUTICAL METEOROLOGY DEFICIENCIES Finished In Mexico was resolved and Cuba is working on that 18/7 POSTPONEMENT OF THE APPROVAL OF VOL. (...) Conclusions Follow-up Remarks 18/19 AERODROME CERTIFICATION PLAN Finished ---------------- 18/20 MODIFICATION OF THE GREPECAS PROCEDURAL HANDBOOK Finished Will be presented to GREPECAS 19 and will be send to States for approval 18/21 SUPPORT TO GTE AND CARSAMMA ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE THE ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION ON DEVIATIONS IN RVSM AIRSPACE Valid ---------------- 18/22 APPROVAL OF THE AMENDMENT TO CARSAMMA TERMS OF REFERENCE AND OF THE GUIDANCE MANUAL FOR POINTS OF CONTACT (POC) Valid ---------------- GREPECAS 18 CONCLUSIONS FOLLOW-UP Nr. Recommendations Follow-up Remarks 18/9 AD HOC GROUP TO ANALYSE GREPECAS - RASG-PA COORDINATION IMPROVEMENTS In progress Response from AD-HOC Group expected 18/11 CHARTING DEFICIENCY STRATEGY In progress It was proposed a Workshop on Aeronautical Charts (Pending by COVID 19) 18/12 RNAV TO RNP CHARTING TRANSITION In progress Deadline by end of 2021 for States 18/18 MERGING OF PROJECTS F1 AND F2 INTO A NEW PROJECT F1 Finished In the GREPECAS/18 Meeting. Both projects were fused in one single project: Safety and aerodromes certification implementation project.
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Score: 802309 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...gs/2020/CRPP01/ePPRC01-P05.pdf
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On 1 November 2015, I did something I never thought I would ever be able to do: I finished the New York City (NYC) Marathon. It was my first marathon, and as I crossed the finish line, I told myself that it would be my last. (...) For the majority of runners, the goal is to finish and maybe achieve a personal best for that distance. (...) When you reach “the ditch”, you really have to force yourself to finish that final mile and that most-hated 0.2-mile stretch along Central Park West leading to the finish line in the Park.
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Score: 798656.4 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...s-never-too-late-start-running
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In the information tab, you can indicate whether you wish to be vaccinated, have a comorbidity or have had COVID-19. 3 4c Review and finish After filling in all your information, please review your information. (...) Once you have reviewed all your data, click on the “Finish” icon. 5 Your screen will display “Your profile was successfully created” to confirm your registration is completed.
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Score: 794536.47 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...o_register_for_the_vaccine.pdf
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Q.106 : The sending-finished signal   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : Q Series : Q.106 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     Q.106 : The sending-finished signal Recommendation Q.106 In force components Number Title Status Q.106 (11/88)   The sending-finished signal   In force   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2003.02.10  
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Score: 793306.35 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-Q.106
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The Goods Put Through Sufficient Finishing or Processing in a Developing Country Which Is Subject to the Tariff Preferential Treatment 4. (...) The Origin of Goods of Developing Countries Which Are Subject to the Tariff Preferential Treatment The goods shall be regarded as originating in a developing country which is subject to the tariff preferential treatment in the following cases, viz.: a) when it is wholly produced in said country; b) when it is produced in said country by using raw materials, semi-finished or finished items originating from another country or the goods of unknown origin, provided such goods have been put in the country through sufficient finishing or processing as stated herein below. 2. (...) The goods (raw materials, semi-finished and finished products) taken from one of the countries granting preferences into the country which is subject to the tariff preferential treatment and utilized there for the production of goods to be exported into the same country that grants preferences shall be deemed as the goods that have been produced in said developing country- the exporter.
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Score: 792592.87 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_1.pdf
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