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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT, MANFRED NOWAK : ADDENDUM
The relevant provision in domestic law which criminalizes torture (art. 208 of the Jordanian Penal Code) stipulates: A/HRC/4/33/Add.3 page 7 “(1) Anyone who inflicts on a person any form of unlawful violence or harsh treatment with a view to obtaining a confession to an offence or information thereon shall be punished by imprisonment for a period of three months to three years (...) (2) If such acts of violence or harsh treatment lead to illness or injury, the penalty shall be imprisonment for a period of six months to three years unless the said acts warrant a more severe penalty.” 13. (...) In fact the centre could only be described as a punishment centre, where detainees are routinely beaten and subjected to corporal punishment amounting to torture. The isolation and harshness of the desert environment compounds the already severe conditions of the prisoners.
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Score: 1556897.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/4/33/ADD.3&Lang=E
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Significant damage: damage which significantly affects the appearance or the keeping quality of the product, including embedded dirt, cracks, splits, abrasions, crushing, and lesions from any cause whatsoever. (...) (c) Specific definitions for dried fruit Mechanically damaged: Dried fruit with apparent mechanical lesions; very superficial abrasions or lesions (less than ... mm in diameter or length, up to ... mm deep) shall not be considered as defects; in the case of fruit from which the stone, pips, peduncle or pedicel have been removed, normal mechanical lesions resulting from these operations shall not be considered as defects. (...) Calluses: Scars or deformities due to mechanical lesions (hail, bruising, abrasion, etc.), viral or bacterial diseases, or physiological causes.
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Score: 1245359.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/1999_11.pdf
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Significant damage: damage which significantly affects the appearance or the keeping quality of the product, including embedded dirt, cracks, splits, abrasions, crushing, and lesions from any cause whatsoever. (...) Mechanically damaged: Kernels which are partially broken (incomplete), halved or split (separation of the cotyledons), or which have superficial mechanical lesions; absence of a small part of the integument and very superficial abrasions or lesions shall not be considered as defects. (...) Calluses: scars or deformitiesy due to mechanical injuries (hail, bruising, abrasion, etc.), viral or bacterial diseases, or physiological causes.
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Score: 1230183.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2002_11.pdf
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Significant damage: damage which significantly affects the appearance or the keeping quality of the product, including embedded dirt, cracks, splits, abrasions, crushing, and lesions from any cause whatsoever. (...) Mechanically damaged: Kernels which are partially broken (incomplete), halved or split (separation of the cotyledons), or which have superficial mechanical lesions; absence of a small part of the integument and very superficial abrasions or lesions shall not be considered as defects. (...) Calluses: scars or deformitiesy due to mechanical injuries (hail, bruising, abrasion, etc.), viral or bacterial diseases, or physiological causes.
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Score: 1230183.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2001_10.pdf
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Tyres (*) subject to finish earlier interpretation) Item 11 Tyre abrasion ToR GRBP-75-xx (TF) Item 4a, R30 Tyres for passenger cars and their trailers Radial Tyre definition GRBP 75-22 (ETRTO) Item 4c R 106 GRBP 2022/7 (ETRTO) Item 4g or 11 R109 (Retreated tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers) GRBP 75-14 (Bipaver, France, NL), GRBP 74-06 & GRBP 74-34 (France) Item 4f Studded tyre GRBP 75-09 (TF) Thursday 10th. 2022 (Zoom with interpretation) 14.00 p.m. – 16.00 p.m. Item 11: Tyre abrasion ToR GRBP-75xx Item 2: Study on Sound limit (OICA/ACEA/ATEEL) GRBP 75-16 & GRBP 17.
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Score: 1222231.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2022-02/GRBP-75-23e.pdf
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Items Wednesday (cont) Item 4. Tyres Item 11 Tyre abrasion ToR GRBP-75-xx (TF) Item 4a, R30 Tyres for passenger cars and their trailers Radial Tyre definition GRBP 75-22 (ETRTO) Item 4c R 106 GRBP 2022/7 (ETRTO) Item 4g or 11 R109 (Retreated tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers) GRBP 75-14 (Bipaver, France, NL), GRBP 74-06 & GRBP 74-34 (France) Item 4f Studded tyre GRBP 75-09 (TF) Thursday 10th. 2022 (Zoom with interpretation) 14.00 p.m. – 16.00 p.m. Item 11: Tyre abrasion ToR GRBP-75xx Item 2: Study on Sound limit (OICA/ACEA/ATEEL) GRBP 75-16 & GRBP 17.
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Score: 1222231.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...files/2022-02/GRBP-75-23e.docx
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 6 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 43 (SAFETY GLAZING)
Use the haze as a measure of the subsurface abrasion, after the test piece has been subjected to the abrasion test. (...) Use the haze as a measure of the subsurface abrasion, after the test piece has been subjected to the abrasion test. (...) Cleaning after abrasion After the abrasion test is done, handle the test pieces by their edges to prevent contamination of their surfaces.
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Score: 1213441.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2017/6&Lang=E
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COMMUNICATION NO. 573/2013 : DECISION/VIEWS
Medical certificates provided by the complainants indicate that the first complainant had numerous small abrasions around his neck and collarbone and bruises on his leg, and the second complainant had haemorrhages on his head, his eyebrow and jaw were swollen, and there were multiple abrasions around his neck and collarbone. 2.6 The second complainant also alleges that he was not allowed to have insulin injections for the entire period of detention in the police station and in the temporary detention facility, which resulted in aggravation of his condition. 2.7 On an unspecified date, the complainants were convicted for crimes under articles 181 (extortion), 144 (kidnapping), 260 (illicit preparation, production, purchase, keeping, shipment, transfer or sale of narcotics) and 236 (illicit purchase, keeping, carrying, production, shipment, transfer or sale of firearms, ammunitions, explosive materials or explosive devices) of the Criminal Code of Georgia. (...) The State party maintained that “not all types of harsh treatment” fell within the scope of the Convention8 and that the forensic medical examinations in the present case had revealed injuries that belonged to the category of light injuries without damage to the complainants’ health. (...) The Committee also notes that the first complainant alleges that the act of witnessing the second complainant, his son, being subjected to that treatment by the authorities in order to compel the complainants to confess to a crime itself amounted to torture under article 1 of the Convention. 9.3 The Committee observes that the medic on duty at the temporary detention facility recorded abrasions and bruises on one complainant on 10 October 2010, and on the other complainant on 11 October 2010, and that the injuries recorded were consistent with the complainants’ accounts.
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Score: 1209029.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CAT/C/60/D/573/2013&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 6 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 43 (SAFETY GLAZING)
Use the haze as a measure of the subsurface abrasion, after the test piece has been subjected to the abrasion test. (...) Set the counter to zero and programme the appropriate number of cycles. Start the abraser and subject the test piece to abrasion for the selected number of cycles. (...) Cleaning after abrasion After the abrasion test is done, handle the test pieces by their edges to prevent contamination of their surfaces.
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Score: 1201524 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CE/TRANS/WP.29/2017/111&Lang=E
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REGULATION NO. 43 - REVISION 4 - AMENDMENT 2
Use the haze as a measure of the subsurface abrasion, after the test piece has been subjected to the abrasion test. (...) Set the counter to zero and programme the appropriate number of cycles. Start the abraser and subject the test piece to abrasion for the selected number of cycles. (...) Cleaning after abrasion After the abrasion test is done, handle the test pieces by their edges to prevent contamination of their surfaces.
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Score: 1199167.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....1/ADD.42/REV.4/AMEND.2&Lang=E
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