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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS (SUPPLEMENT 3 TO THE 01 SERIES) TO REGULATION NO. 21, INTERIOR FITTINGS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Headform The headform used for testing conforms to the specifications of annex 8. 6.3.10. Forehead impact zone The forehead impact zone of the headform is determined according to the procedure specified in paragraphs 6.3.10.1. to 6.3.10.6. 6.3.10.1. (...) From Point P, draw a 100 mm line forward toward the forehead, coincident with Plane S, along the contour of the outer skin of the headform. (...) Using the same method, draw a line from Point b to Point d. 6.3.10.6. The forehead impact zone is the surface area on the FMH forehead bounded by lines a-O-b and c-P-d, and a-c and b-d. 6.3.11.
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Score: 1339275.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSP/1998/17&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR ADDITIONAL DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO THE PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 3 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 21, INTERIOR FITTINGS (DOCUMENT TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/R.163) / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
(b) Except as specified in (c), if there is no combination of horizontal and vertical angles specified in paragraph 6.3.13.4. at which the forehead impact zone of free motion headform can contact one of the targets located using the procedures in paragraphs 6.5.1. through 6.5.13., the centre of that target is moved to any location within a sphere with a radius of 25 mm, centred on the centre of the original target and measured along the vehicle interior, which the forehead impact zone can contact at one or more combination of angles. (c) If there is no point within the sphere specified in (b) which the forehead impact zone of the free motion headform can contact at one or more combination of horizontal and vertical angles specified in paragraph 6.3.13.4., the radius of the sphere is increased by 25 mm increments until the sphere contains at least one point that can be contacted at one or more combination of angles."
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Score: 1274645.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/1997/2&Lang=E
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balkan_041124_en BALKAN November 24, 2004 Page 6 VIEW FROM THE HAGUE SDS BADGE AFFIXED TO THE FOREHEAD OF THE ONE BEATEN TO DEATH Hundreds of Serb civilians were between April and December 1992 detained in the Čelebići prison camp in the Konjic municipality, located between Sarajevo and Mostar. (...) He was beaten to death, and an SDS badge was affixed to his forehead. Esad Landžo, whose testimony before the Court was also portrayed, in fact admitted to participating in the beating.
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Score: 1256965.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Ou...rom_hague/balkan_041124_en.pdf
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LETTER DATED 2002/01/14 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The remains were found from the depth of 40 centimetres from the surface of earth and in various positions; straight-lying and cross-lying bodies, bodies with foreheads down to the bottom of trench, bodies in sitting position, bodies with fingers that show writhing to dig out earth, etc. (...) In addition, skulls with holes of bullets which pierced through forehead and temple, remains showing clear traces that they were picked by axe and spade, crushed skulls buried together with big stones, indicating that they were beaten by big stones, broken arm and leg bones, showing that they were hit by iron stick or butt of rifle, were discovered.
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Score: 1199358.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=S/2002/64&Lang=E
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CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE QUESTION OF TORTURE AND DETENTION : WRITTEN STATEMENT
When I inquired after his health, he held his chest and told me that he had constant pain in the chest. With his forehead down on the counter, he broke down in front of me. (...) I was desperate to have physical contact with him and so I requested if I could touch his forehead and hold his hands. I could hear my son requesting for the same.
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Score: 1191706.25 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.4/2001/NGO/167&Lang=E
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : JOINT WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY FRANCE LIBERTES-FONDATION DANIELLE MITTERRAND, THE MOUVEMENT CONTRE LE RACISME ET POUR L'AMITIE ENTRE LES PEUPLES
According to the version of eye-witnesses, Saïd did not carry his documentation, which led to a harsh argument with the police; thereupon and without any provocation or attempted assault, one of the officers drew his gun and fired a shot, hitting him in the forehead. Moroccan authorities arrested the murderer and sentenced him to 15 years imprisonment. (...) It was obvious that the victim was shot in the forehead. The Moroccan authorities have consistently failed, so far, to give a comprehensive explanation of the circumstances and facts surrounding this murder.
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Score: 1162051 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/HRC/20/NGO/78&Lang=E
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Temperature at duty start: Temperature not recorded due to individual not feeling/ appearing feverish Temperature in degrees C° / F° : _______ Date: ______ Time: _______ Recording method : Forehead Ear Other ____________ 4. Have you had a positive COVID-19 test during the past 3 days?
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Score: 1155885.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CA...osters/PHC%20Form%201%20EN.pdf
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SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAQ : DRAFT RESOLUTION / MR. BOSSUYT, MR. BOUTKEVITCH, MS. CHAVEZ, MR. CHERNICHENKO, MR. EIDE AND MRS. GWANMESIA
Situation of human rights in Iraq The Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Guided by the principles embodied in the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenants on Human Rights, Recalling the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action (A/CONF.157/23) endorsed by the General Assembly in its resolution 48/121 of 20 December 1993, in particular, part I, paragraph 1, which reaffirms, inter alia, that human rights and fundamental freedoms are the birthright of all human beings and that their protection and promotion are the first responsibility of Governments, GE.95-13439 (E) E/CN.4/Sub.2/1995/L.4 page 2 Reaffirming that all Member States have an obligation to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms and to fulfil the obligations they have undertaken under the various international instruments in this field, Mindful that Iraq is a party to the International Covenants on Human Rights and to other human rights instruments, Recalling Security Council resolution 688 (1991) of 5 April 1991, in which the Council demanded an end to the repression of the Iraqi civilian population and insisted that Iraq cooperate with humanitarian organizations to ensure that the human and political rights of all Iraqi citizens were respected, Recalling also Security Council resolutions 706 (1991) of 15 August 1991 and 712 (1991) of 19 September 1991, authorizing Iraq to sell part of the oil it produces to satisfy food and medical requirements, Considering Security Council resolution 986 (1995), dated 14 April 1995, which was adopted unanimously and authorizes the Government of Iraq to put additional quantities of its oil on the market to meet the basic health and nutritional needs of the Iraqi people, Concerned by accumulated information and reports confirming the serious deterioration of the health and nutritional situation from which the majority of citizens with limited income suffer as victims of the international embargo, as well as by economic policy decisions depriving part of the national territory of supplies of medicines and foodstuffs, Mindful that the United Nations has not yet sent a fact-finding mission to the marshlands region of southern Iraq, Recalling its resolution 1994/14 of 25 August 1994, Recalling in particular its resolution 1993/20 of 20 August 1993, in which it condemned the violations of human rights by the Government of Iraq and urged the implementation of Security Council resolution 688 (1991) of 5 April 1991, in which the Council demanded an end to the repression of the Iraqi civilian population, Deeply concerned by recent information that the population continues to flee the marshlands region, that thousands of Arab Shiah have sought refuge on the border between Iraq and the Islamic Republic of Iran because of artillery E/CN.4/Sub.2/1995/L.4 page 3 bombardment and the programme by the Iraqi Government to drain the southernmarshlands which have led to a mass exodus in the direction of the border with the Islamic Republic of Iran, Deeply concerned also by the continued massive repression of the Arab Shiah population in the south of Iraq, particularly those who are under siege by the Iraqi armed forces there, Concerned also by recent operations involving persecution, arbitrary imprisonment and summary executions in the town of Ramadi in the west of the country following popular demonstrations condemning the execution of Iraqis from that region in June 1995, Horrified by the recent large-scale imprisonments and executions of members of the Arab Dulaim tribes living in western Iraq, Deeply concerned about the continuing terrorist acts of the Iraqi Government, both inside and outside the country, against opposition leaders and United Nations personnel, Concerned also by the heavy artillery bombardment of Kurdish regions which has become very widespread in recent months and has particularly affected the city of Arbil, Expressing its horror at the implementation of decrees of the Council of the Revolution calling for inhuman punishment for deserters and opponents, including tattooing of the forehead and mutilation of ears, fingers and wrists, Horrified by the fact that widespread and institutionalized torture continues to be practised as a result of the enactment of a set of decrees to that effect in 1994, Deeply concerned that Iraq still refuses to cooperate with the Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights on the situation of human rights in Iraq, Mr. M. van der Stoel, and to permit him to visit Iraq to investigate human rights violations and refuses categorically to introduce a monitoring system, as twice requested by the General Assembly and the Commission on Human Rights, Recalling the report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iraq (E/CN.4/1995/56), in which he notes the continued massive and grave violations of human rights by the Government of Iraq, such as summary and arbitrary executions, torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, including that provided for in the decrees calling for the E/CN.4/Sub.2/1995/L.4 page 4 mutilation and tattooing of the foreheads of deserters and doctors refusing to implement the decrees, enforced or involuntary disappearances, arbitrary arrest and detention, lack of due process and the rule of law and of freedom of thought, expression and association, as well as the existence of specific and serious discrimination within the country in terms of access to food and health care, Deeply concerned by the internal embargo maintained by the Government against the Kurdish population in the north of Iraq and the Arab Shiah population in the southern marshlands, 1.
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Score: 1147769.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=E/CN.4/SUB.2/1995/L.4&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 83/02/23 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE NETHERLANDS TO THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION AT ITS 39TH SESSION
After identification of the victim the name was written on a plaster which was stuck on the forehead of the deceased. The corpses of the V) lay on tables in two connecting rooms. (...) He had a horizontal gash on his forehead.. In addition he had a bullet -wound, on the left side of his nose, xrhi ch was later covered by a plaster. (...) He had lumps on his forehead. One source reports thct parts of the skin fron the upper thigh vpre torn off. .4/1983/55 i\nnex page 8 Surindre Eambocus had open slashes in the face and snail cuts on the lips and above the left eye.
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Score: 1130625.2 - ht?tp://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.4/1983/55&Lang=E
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