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Avoid sharing personal items with other people in your household, like dishes, towels, and bedding. 3. Get rest and stay hydrated. 10. Clean all surfaces that are touched often, like counters, tabletops, and doorknobs.
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Score: 1084800.3 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ms_10thingsisolatedpatient.pdf
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MAINTENANCE OF THE GAS TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE SYSTEMS : REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
U -0,85 V 1.4 Maintenance of section and branch-off valves (SBV) 1.4.1 Regular control of SBV operation .1 local control 4 x a year .2 remote control 4 x a year .3 line damage automatic shut-off system check-up once a year 1.4.2 SBV instrumentation equipment control Twice a year 1.4.3 Control of tightness (method used) Only exceptionally 1.5 Special winter operations on distribution facilities 1.5.1 Measurement of dew-point of water in gas (method used, tolerable limit) - 8 °C/40 bar, dewscope, LiC1 cell 1.5.2 Control of hydrate formation (drying/inhibiting/other method) Inhibiting 1.5.3 Inhibition of hydrate formation (if it is used) Controlled injection of methanol to gas stream ENERGY/WP.3/GE.3/R.10/Add.6 page 4 1.6 Maintenance of electric installations and grounding 1.6.1 Control of electric installations Once a year 1.6.2 Measurements of the grounding system of the above-ground installations Once after three years 1.6.3 Check-up of the gas ramp in a boiler room and control of the pump drive Once a month 2.
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Score: 1076736.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...GY/WP.3/GE.3/R.10/ADD.6&Lang=E
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MAINTENANCE OF THE GAS TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE SYSTEMS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF TURKEY
ENERGY/WP.3/GE.3/R.10/Add.3 page 4 1.5.2 Controls of hydrate formation (drying/inhibiting/other method). 1.5.3 Inhibition of hydrate formation: Gas heaters are installed to avoid the formation of liquid hydrocarbons and water as a result of pressure reduction.
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Score: 1076736.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...GY/WP.3/GE.3/R.10/ADD.3&Lang=E
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TEXTS FOR ADOPTION AS NEW/REVISED UNECE STANDARDS : DRIED PEACHES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
DEFINITION OF PRODUCE This standard applies to dried and re-hydrated peaches of varieties (cultivars) grown from Prunus persica Sieb. and Zucc., intended for direct consumption or for food when intended to be mixed with other products for direct consumption without further processing. (...) Nature of produce - “Dried peaches”, together with the specification “wholes”, “halves”, “slices” or “slabs” - “Re-hydrated” or equivalent denomination, if applicable - Name of the variety and/or commercial type (optional).
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Score: 1076736.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2008/14&Lang=E
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MAINTENANCE OF THE GAS TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE SYSTEMS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENTS OF CROATIA, GERMANY, HUNGARY AND THE NETHERLANDS
- Tolerable limit: 0,17 g water/m3 gas. 1.5.3. Control of hydrate formation: inhibition. 1.5.4. Inhibition: Dosage of methanol by special pumps. 1.6. (...) During the start-up the dewpoint of new pipelines is measured with a dewscope. 1.5.3. Control of hydrate formation (drying/inhibiting/other method) --- 1.5.4. Inhibition of hydrate formation (if is used - which system and inhibitor) Methanol is injected when the measured dew point exceed the tolerable limit. 1.6.
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Score: 1076636.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...GY/WP.3/GE.3/R.10/ADD.5&Lang=E
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REPORT : [ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE], COMMITTEE ON ENERGY, WORKING PARTY ON GAS, SYMPOSIUM ON DEVELOPMENTS AND PROSPECTS OF GAS MARKETS AND THE GAS INDUSTRY IN THE ECE REGION IN THE YEARS 2000-2010, ISTANBUL (TURKEY), 4-8 OCTOBER 1993
There is an evident growth of the role of non-conventional gas sources such as gas hydrates, coal-bed methane, gas from tight formations etc. in providing an additional source of energy. World potential gas hydrates resources are estimated at about 70-100 trillion cubic metres. (...) The investigation, prospecting and development of the gas hydrate deposits has now reached such a level that a Coordinating Committee composed of representatives of the Black Sea Basin countries can be established to bring as soon as possible the natural gas concentrated in hydrate form below the waters of the Black Sea into the energy balance. 20.
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Score: 1076603.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=ENERGY/WP.3/SEM.1/2&Lang=E
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DOS  Drink a lot of water: Staying hydrated is extremely important both before and after your vaccination. The most common side effects of vaccines include muscle pain, fatigue, headache, and fever. Being properly hydrated will not only prevent you from feeling sick but may also help to shorten the duration and intensity of side effects.  
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Score: 1072437.2 - https://www.unicef.org/india/s...os-and-donts-after-vaccination
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Special Provision A136 applies to UN 1748 — Calcium hypochlorite, dry, UN 2208 — Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry and UN 2880 — Calcium hypochlorite hydrated and Calcium hypochlorite hydrated mixture. 1.2 These oxidizing substances appear to have similar properties to organic peroxides, which are subject to SP A20.
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Score: 1072437.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2007/DGPWG.07.WP.064.2.en.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS : LAW AND REGULATIONS : PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION OF 13 JULY FOR LIMITING THE MANUFACTURE AND REGULATING THE DISTRIBUTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS AS AMENDED BY THE PROTOCOL OF 11 DECEMBER 1946 : AUSTRALIA : COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRALIA, IN NEW YORK, 1951
, barbital, dial, luminal or luminal sodium, phenobarbital or phenobarbital sodium, or by any other trade name, mark, or designation), and all prepar~tions containing 2 per cent or more of bar- bituric acid or its de~ivatives; (b) Chloral hydrate and all solutions and preparations thereof containing 5 per cent or more of chloral hydrate; (c) Cocaine and its salts and all preparations thereof containing 0.1 per cent or more of cocaine; (d) Codeine and its salts and all preparations cont-a1.m.ng 1 per cent or more of codeine; (e) Ecgonine and its salts and derivatives and all preparations or admixtures containing 0.1 pe~ cent or more of ecgonine; (f) Ergot and all preparations and a~xtures thereof; (g) Heroin (diacetyl morphine or diamorphine) and its salts and all preparations and ad- mixtures containing 0.1 per cent or more of heroin; (h) Morphine and its salts and poisonous derivatives and all preparations and admixtures containing 0.2 per cent or more of morphine calculated as anhydrous morphine; (i) Opium and all preparations and admixtures thereof containing 0.2 per cent or more of morphine calculated as anhydrous morphine; (j) Paraldehyde; (k) Sulphonal and its homologues, whether described as tetronal,. trional, or by any other trade name, mark, or designation, and all preparations or admixtnres thereof, and all other synthetic hypnotic substances; · ' · (1) Sulphonamides for human use and all preparations and admixtures thereof; (m) Benzedrine in any form, other than when used for inhalations: (n) Penicillin and its salts and any preparation, admixture, extract, or other substance containing any proportion thereof; (o) Benadryl and allied compounds; (p) Ethyl- 1 -methyl- 4 -phenylpiperidine- 4 -carboxylate and its salts (known as "Pethidine", "Dolantin", "Dolantal", and "Demorol"); · (q) Amidone (dl-2-dimethylamino-4: 4-diphenyl heptane-S-ane), its salts and any preparation, admixture, extract, or other substance containing any proportion of amid one; (r) Methyldihydromorphinone (commonly known as Metopon),' its salts and any preparation, admixture, extract, or other substance containing any proportion of methyldihydro- morphinone
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Score: 1063963.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=E/NL.1951/33&Lang=E
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REPORT : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE ON ENERGY, WORKING PARTY ON GAS, MEETING OF EXPERTS ON NATURAL GAS RESOURCES, 19TH SESSION, 10-11 JUNE 1996
DEVELOPMENTS AND PROSPECTS OF UNCONVENTIONAL GAS RESOURCES, SUCH AS TIGHT FORMATIONS, METHANE FORM COAL SEAMS, HYDRATES ETC. AND PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED WITH THEIR PRODUCTION (Agenda item 7) (a) Developments and prospects of gs resources from tight formations Documentation: ENERGY/WP.3/GE.1/R.11/Add.1/Rev.1 and addenda 9. (...) Work to be undertaken: To consider a revised consolidated report on this subject prepared by the rapporteur from the Russian Federation. 06.5.5.5.4 Developments and prospects of unconventional gas resources, such as tight formations, methane from coal seams, hydrates, etc. and problems encountered with their exploration and production (1990-1997) Description: Exchange of information and experience on production and utilization of gas from tight formations including economic, environmental, ENERGY/WP.3/GE.1/12 page 7 Annex safety and other factors associated with this resource and other non- conventional gas resources.
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Score: 1063963.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=ENERGY/WP.3/GE.1/12&Lang=E
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