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While no two pregnancies are the same, some symptoms you may experience during your first trimester include: Breast tenderness Extreme changes in mood Nausea or vomiting (morning sickness) Frequent urination Weight gain or loss Extreme fatigue Headaches Heartburn Leg cramps Lower back and pelvic pain Cravings for certain foods New dislike of certain foods Constipation   Self care Symptoms in early pregnancy can be uncomfortable to say the least. (...) These early organ and bodily developments include:   Brain and spine Inner ear Cardiac tissue Genitals Fingernails Liver Eyelids Pancreas Kidneys Cartilage for the hands, feet and limbs Muscles of the mouth, eyes and nose Webbed fingers and toes Lungs Fetal growth can vary significantly for a number of reasons, but during the first trimester, your baby will grow from about 0.64 cm (.25 in) at the end of the first month (smaller than a grain of rice) to around 10 cm (4 in) by the end of week 12 and will weigh around 28 g (1 oz) [Figures from the Cleveland Clinic ]. 
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While no two pregnancies are the same, some symptoms you may experience during your first trimester include: Breast tenderness Extreme changes in mood Nausea or vomiting (morning sickness) Frequent urination Weight gain or loss Extreme fatigue Headaches Heartburn Leg cramps Lower back and pelvic pain Cravings for certain foods New dislike of certain foods Constipation   Self care Symptoms in early pregnancy can be uncomfortable to say the least. (...) These early organ and bodily developments include:   Brain and spine Inner ear Cardiac tissue Genitals Fingernails Liver Eyelids Pancreas Kidneys Cartilage for the hands, feet and limbs Muscles of the mouth, eyes and nose Webbed fingers and toes Lungs Fetal growth can vary significantly for a number of reasons, but during the first trimester, your baby will grow from about 0.64 cm (.25 in) at the end of the first month (smaller than a grain of rice) to around 10 cm (4 in) by the end of week 12 and will weigh around 28 g (1 oz) [Figures from the Cleveland Clinic ]. 
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This is an example of how it works:  - Showing a simulation of an avatar pulling handbrake, this involves many Different subsets of muscles and movements.  1. Grip the handbrake. 2. (...) The simulation highlights the different groups of muscles being deployed and where the arm, elbow, hand and fingers are involved. Then the simulation is repeated through a series of different accessibility criteria such as a person with a bad back or an elderly person with weak muscles. The designer/developer can see for himself/herself how his/her design is showing up weak or positive points in order to allow the specified task to be used by as many people as possible regardless of their disability etc.  
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Score: 1125696.4 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...2E/02/T2E020001310001MSWE.docx
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Among those cases, 5 to 10 per cent die when their breathing muscles are paralyzed. There is no cure for polio once the paralysis sets in – only treatment to alleviate the symptoms. (...) DTP Tetanus Tetanus causes very painful muscle contractions. It can cause children’s neck and jaw muscles to lock (lockjaw), making it hard for them to open their mouth, swallow (breastfeed) or breathe. 
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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Refrigeration code (data field 4) Category Description 1 Chilled Internal product temperature (muscle) maintained at not less than -2.0° C or more than + 4.0° C at all times following the post-slaughter chilling process 2 Chilled, with ice added Internal product temperature (muscle) maintained at not less than -2.0° C or more than +4.0° C at all times following the post-slaughter chilling process and packed in a container with ice (frozen water, not dry ice) 3 Chilled, with dry ice (CO2) added a Internal product temperature (muscle) maintained at not less than -2.0° C or more than + 4.0° C at all times following the post-slaughter chilling process and packed in a container with dry ice (CO2) 4 Lightly frozen b Internal product temperature (muscle) maintained at not less than -12.0° C or more than -2.0° C at all times after freezing 6 Deep frozen Internal product temperature (muscle) maintained at -18° C or less at all times after freezing 7 Individually (quick) deep frozen, without ice glazing Product is individually frozen before packing and maintained at an internal temperature (muscle) -18° C or less at all times after freezing 8 Individually (quick) deep frozen, with ice glazing Product is individually frozen before packing and maintained at an internal temperature (muscle) -18° C or less at all times after freezing. (...) The product consists of a single intact muscle with embedded tendon. Code 0609 (page 35) Comment: Reference to abdominal fat is currently missing Code 0701 (page 35) Proposal to change “back quarter” to “back quarter with tail” A “back quarter with tail” is produced by cutting a back half (0401) into two approximately equal portions along the center of the backbone. (...) Codes 2407 BLOOD, UNPROCESSED (page 44) Sarcoplasm is the cytoplasm of a myocyte (muscle fiber); Blood plasma is a straw coloured liquid component of blood that normally holds the blood cells in whole blood in suspension Proposal to change “sarcoplasm” to “blood plasma” The “unprocessed blood” is produced by removing blood from the live goose during bleeding.
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Score: 1124161.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../CTCS/WP.7.GE.11/2018/3&Lang=E
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To be specified: • Rib number required (0 to 8 ribs) • Distance from eye muscle. • Diaphragm retained or removed. • Kidney and kidney fat retained or removed.” (...) Proposal to add the following new cut description after “INSIDE CAP OFF - 2011”: “TOPSIDE CAP OFF SIDE MUSCLES REMOVED Alternative Description: INSIDE CAP OFF SIDE MUSCLE removed Topside Cap Off is prepared from the Topside (item 2000) by the removal of the M. gracilis muscle along the natural seam. (...) CARCASES AND CUTS DESCRIPTIONS 5.4 Ovine meat cuts • Proposal to add the following new cut descriptions: after “5130 CHUMP” add: RUMP Rump is prepared from a Leg Chump On Boneless (item 5060) and is removed by a straight cut approximately 12mm from the hip joint (acetabulum) and at right angles across the primal. The cap muscle, Flank and associated fat are removed [picture and skeletal diagram supplied by the delegation of Australia – number to be determined] After “5015 SPARE RIBS” add: RACK CAP - 5086 Rack Cap is prepared from a Rack – Cap On (item 4932) by removing the cap muscle covering the eye muscle portion.
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Score: 1123348.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ADE/C/WP.7/GE.11/2012/5&Lang=E
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