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She started learning Adobe Illustrator for fun by herself and do some Fashion Illustration. (...) She also worked on a few projects with UNFPA as a Graphic Designer and illustrator where she helped the office to create user-friendly illustrations for various projects. (...) I’m very thankful that my parents and my husband supported me in making a move into the illustrations and design business and pushed me to go forward and make changes in our community.
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Index:   A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   Z   O observer status (applicants for accession) WTO 250   observer status (governments) (Ministerial Conference/General Council Guidelines) WTO 224 – 8 , Table XX B Air Committee AIR 34 purpose WTO 226 Rules of Origin Committee RO 16 statistics WTO 227   observer status (international organizations) BOPs Committee GATT 786 Council for Trade in Services GATS 218 – 19 Council for Trips TRIPS 303 Customs Valuation Committee VAL 62 FAO WTO 163 Government Procurement Committee (GAP XXI:1) GPA 26 IMF WTO 45 , 163 ITC WTO 163 Ministerial Conference/General Council Guidelines WTO 164 OECD WTO 163 SPS Committee SPS 437 UN WTO 163 UNCTAD WTO 163 WIPO WTO 163 World Bank WTO 45 , 163   observer status (NGOs) WTO 167   OECD Development Assistance Committee WTO 111   Office International des Epizooties (OIE): see World Organization for Animal Health (previously Office International des Epizooties (OIE))   officers (WTO), appointment , guidelines WTO 73   Oilseeds Agreement (EC–Brazil), status as covered agreement WTO 276 , GATT 10 , 671 , DSU 6 Schedule LXXX and DSU 1671 as supplementary means for interpreting a covered agreement (VCLT 32) DSU 1635   order of analysis see also lex specialis /presumption against treaty conflicts ; relationships within and between agreements AD 13/SCM 3, 5 and 6/GATT XVI SCM 182 , DSU 693 AD-consistent measure/compliance with public notice (AD 12.2) requirements AD 838 – 9 “advantage” /discrimination (GATT I:1) GATT 27 ALOPs (SPS 5.6) SPS 262 covered agreements/DSU DSU 16 GATT/SCM DSU 1724 GATT/TRIMs DSU 1722 judicial economy and DSU 648 mandatory nature of legislation/consistency with WTO obligations AD 880 mandatory/discretionary nature of legislation/substance DSU 294 – 5 measures taken to comply (DSU 21.5) DSU 1120 non-discrimination (GATT I:1)/Enabling Clause GATT 81 specific/general provision GATT 81 , 400 – 4 , 418 , 425 – 6 , 594 , SPS 189 , 590 – 1 , 595 , AD 86 , 432 , 492 DSU 23.1/DSU 23.2 DSU 1300 as general principle of international law AD 467 n. 622 “substantive” agreements/DSU DSU 16   order of analysis (TBT 2.4) TBT 48 , 155   ordinary meaning of terms used in covered agreements GATT 805 , 840 “acts” (TRIPS 70.1) TRIPS 308–10, DSU 1524 “advantage” (SCM Illustrative List item (k)) SCM 631 “affecting” (DSU 4.2) DSU 152 “affecting” (GATS I:1) GATT 362 , GATS 10 “affecting” (GATT III:4) GATT 360 – 1 “anti-dumping measure” AD 5 “apply as single unit or on behalf of a member State” (SG 2.1 footnote 1) SG 64 “appropriate” (SCM 4.10) SCM 224 , 226 , 277 , DSU 1289 “arbitrary or unjustifiable” SPS 231 “as a result of unforeseen developments” GATT 803 , SG 6 “avoid” (TRIPS 46) TRIPS 251 “based on” SPS 71 – 2 , 81 , 134 “benefit” (SCM 1.1(b)) SCM 59 “central government entity” (GPA Appendix 1) GPA 7 “characteristics closely resembling” (SCM footnote 46) SCM 424 “c.i.f. import price” (AG 5.1(b)) AG 70 “competitive” (ATC 6.2) ATC 44 “concessions” GATT 138 , AG 42 “ordinary customs duty” AG 42 “confer” (SCM 1.1(b)) SCM 59 “conforms with the provisions” (SG 11.1(a)) GATT 839 , SG 4 , 5 “contingent” (SCM 3.1) SCM 132 , 135 , 165 “contingent upon the use of domestic over imported goods” (SCM 3.1(b)) SCM 167 “cost-oriented rates” (Reference Paper on Basic Telecommunications) GATS 153 – 5 “countermeasure” SCM 222 , DSU 1287 “countermeasure” (SCM 4.10) SCM 222 “credits” (SCM Illustrative List item (k)) SCM 628 “customs valuation” (VAL) VAL 1 – 2 “determination” (DSU 23.2) DSU 1313 “directly competitive or substitutable” (GATT III:2) GATT 291 – 2 “discriminate” (TRIPS 27) TRIPS 177 “discriminate” (TRIPS 27.1) TRIPS 177 – 8 “displace” (SCM 6.3(a)) SCM 307 “disposal” (TRIPS 59) TRIPS 245 domestic law concepts, relevance DSU 1623 – 8 , 1655 n. 2588 , 1655 n. 2589 “elaborate” (SPS preamble) SPS 596 “eligible” (AG Annex 3, para. 8) AG 203 “equivalent” (DSU 22.4) DSU 1246 “establishment” AD 917 “evaluation” AD 259 “examine” (VAL 1.2(a)) VAL 17 “exclusive right” (TRIPS 16.1) TRIPS 131 “explicit” (SCM 2.1(a)) SCM 107 – 8 “exploit” (TRIPS 13) TRIPS 117 “export credit” (Illustrative List of Export Subsidies (SCM Annex I), item (k)) SCM 628 “export credit practice” (SCM Illustrative List item (k)) SCM 644 “fact” (AD 6.9) AD 612 “fair comparison” AD 80 “field of export credit terms” (SCM Illustrative List item (k)) SCM 638 “filing date” (TRIPS 33) TRIPS 211 “financing” (AG 9.1(c)) AG 104 “freedom of transit” (GATT V:1) GATT 434 “general infrastructure” (SCM 1.1(a)(1)(iii)) SCM 45 “generalized” (EC 2(a) footnote 3) GATT 84 “goods” (SCM 1.1(a)(iii)) SCM 43 “government practices” (SCM 1.1(a)(1)(i)) SCM 27 “have recourse to” / “seek redress” (DSU 23.1) DSU 1306 “identify the specific measure at issue” (DSU 6.2) DSU 211 , 237 “immediately”, SG 12.1 SG 261 , 263 – 4 “impede” (SCM 6.3(a)) SCM 307 “in accordance with the provisions” (SCM 32.1) SCM 583 “in accordance with” (AG 1(a)(ii)) AG 6 – 7 , 80 “inadequate to cover” (Illustrative List item (j)) SCM 620 “inadequate to cover” (SCM footnote 9) SCM 620 “infringing goods” (TRIPS 59) TRIPS 236 “initiate” (SCM Annex V) SCM 675 “instrument” (VCLT 31(2)(b)) DSU 1567 n. 2413 “interest rate support” (Illustrative List of Export Subsidies (SCM Annex I), item (k)) SCM 649 “interest rate support” (SCM Illustrative List item (K)) SCM 648 “interests” (TRIPS 13) TRIPS 123 “investigation” (SG 3.1) SG 92 “level of subsidies” (SCM 27.4/footnote 55) SCM 547 “likelihood” SPS 508 “long-term” (Illustrative List item (j)) SCM 620 “long-term” (SCM Illustrative list item (k)) SCM 621 “market” (SCM 6.3(c)) SCM 319 n. 531 , 321 “matter” (AD 17) AD 898 “measure” (GATT XXIII:1(b)) DSU 248 “multiple authentic languages” (VCLT 33) and DSU 1660 , 1664 – 7 “no less favourable treatment” (SG II:1 and XVII:1) GATS 34 “non-discriminatory” (EC 2(a) footnote 3) GATT 85 – 9 “normal” (TRIPS 13/TRIPS 30) TRIPS 118 , 195 “on their importation” (GATT II:1(b)) GATT 145 “operating costs and losses” (SCM Illustrative List item (j)) SCM 622 “original panel” (DSU 10.4/DSU 21.5/DSU 22.6) DSU 475 “owner” (TRIPS 16.1) TRIPS 130 “payments” (AG 9.1(c)) AG 88 – 90 “potential” SPS 519 “premium” (SCM footnote 59) SCM 619 “price undercutting/suppression” (SCM 6.3(c)) SCM 316 “proceedings” (DSU 17.10) DSU 886 “producers” (SCM 16.1) SCM 453 – 4 “product characteristics” (TBT Annex 1.1) TBT 157 “products which have been in transit” (GATT V:6) GATT 440 “proper” AD 917 “proportion” (SCM 2.1(c)) SCM 113 “protocols and certifications relating to tariff concessions” (GATT 1994 1(b)(i) and 1(d)) GATT 4 “provides” (SCM 1.1(a)(1)(iii)) SCM 40 , 42 “provisions of this agreement” (SCM 32.1) GATT 451 “related to” (AG Annex 2, para. 6(b)) AG 196 “relevant” (TBT 2.4) TBT 59 “requirements” (GATT III:4) DSU 250 “restriction” (GATT XI:1) GATT 600 “result” (GATT XIX:1(a)) GATT 819 “serious injury” (SG 4.1(a)) SG 116 “serious” (SCM 5(c)) SCM 265 “service” (GPA 1) GPA 4 “shall apply to all measures” (GATS Annex on Basic Telecommunications) GATS 242 “shall include” AD 247 “shall not prevent” (GATT XXIV) GATT 1003 , 1007 “significant” (SCM 6.3(c)) SCM 310 “specific action against dumping” GATT 449 , 451 “specific measures” (DSU 6.2) DSU 215 “statement of available evidence” (SCM 4.2) SCM 192 , 195 “source” (SCM footnote 59) SCM 604 “subject to” GATT 140 “subject to compliance with the provisions” (SCM 27.2) SCM 527 “subject-matter” (TRIPS 70.2) TRIPS 311 “successor undertaking” (SCM Illustrative List item (k)) SCM 641 “sufficient” SPS 25 “suppress” (SCM 6.2(c)) SCM 281 “terms used in” SPS Annex A(1)(b) SPS 476 TRIPS 24.5 TRIPS 174 TRIPS 33 TRIPS 211 “through the effects of subsidies” (SCM 15.1/footnote 47) SCM 443 “tied to” (SCM 3.1(a)) SCM 132 , 133 , 136 “unbiased and objective” AD 920 “unconditionally” (GATT I:1) GATT 49 “unreasonably prejudice” (TRIPS 13) TRIPS 123 , 124 “variable import levies” (AG 4.2) AG 51 “whenever feasible” (DSU 9.1) DSU 444 “withdraw” (SCM 4.7) SCM 208 “world market share” (SCM 6(3)(d)) SCM 326   original membership (WTO XI:1) 1.229–33: see also accession (WTO XII) acceptance of WTO Agreement after 1 January 1995 WTO 233 before 1 January 1995 WTO 232 deadline (WTO XIV:1) WTO 230 retroactive extension WTO 265 qualification as WTO 229 special cases regarding acceptance and accession (1994–6) WTO 234 – 8 finalization of tariff concessions by 15 April 1994 requirement and WTO 234 GATT 1947 contracting parties by succession (GATT XXVI:5(c)) WTO 234 least-developed countries (WTO XI:2) including Ministerial Decision on Measures in Favour of LDCs WTO 234 – 7 Ministerial Decision on Acceptance of and Accession to the WTO Agreement WTO 235 – 6 simplified procedures (Finalization of Negotiations on Schedules on Goods and Services, General Council decision of 31 January 1995) WTO 238 , 240 statistics WTO 231   over-quota trade: see import licensing procedures, over-quota trade, applicability to   > back to top
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Score: 709721.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...analytic_index_e/index_o_e.htm
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Illustrative Questionnaire for Interview-Surveys with Young People Part 2 - Illustrative Questionnaire for interview-Surveys with Young People Illustrative Questionnaire for  Interview­Surveys with Young  People  John Cleland  Introduction  This instrument is intended to be no more than a point of departure for investigators wishing to study the sexual and reproductive health of young people. (...) Planned 1 Unexpected 2 27 Part 2 - Illustrative Questionnaire for interview-Surveys with Young People 3.24 Was this the first time that you had full sexual intercourse in your life? (...) Days Or Weeks Or Months 35 Part 2 - Illustrative Questionnaire for interview-Surveys with Young People 5.11 Who decided to end the relationship?
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Score: 708507.13 - https://www.who.int/reproducti.../adolescence/questionnaire.pdf
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Download PDF Mitigation of food wastage This paper presents a portfolio of potential food wastage mitigation measures, illustrating the gross and net economic, environmental and societal benefits of each. [...] Download PDF Food Wastage Footprint: Full cost-accounting This paper presents a portfolio of potential food wastage mitigation measures, illustrating the gross and net economic, environmental and societal benefits of each. [...] (...) Impact on Natural Resources This paper presents a portfolio of potential food wastage mitigation measures, illustrating the gross and net economic, environmental and societal benefits of each. [...]
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Score: 708444.14 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/recursos/publications/es/
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There are also a couple of illustrations which are only indirectly related to the psalm text. (...) That the battle between good and evil is a common theme is notably expressed in the first and the last illustrations of the Utrecht Psalter. The illustration of the first psalm is the only one that fills a whole page. (...) Such ‘royal’ lessons are not clearly present in earlier or contemporary illustrated psalters – indeed not in any illustrated manuscript from before c. 830.
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Score: 706428.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...es/netherlands_psalter_eng.pdf
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 Page 195 - Kaleidoscope Academic Conference Proceedings 2020           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 195 - Kaleidoscope Academic Conference Proceedings 2020 P. 195 Industry-driven digital transformation More qualitative results are illustrated in Figure 7 below. (a) Ground truth (b) Reconstructed HR image (PSNR/SSIM = 22.65/0.4868) HR Bi-cubic EDSR -/- 11.91/.2758 13.34/.5100 Img_011 SRMDNF RCAN BSR (c) Difference by L2 norm (d) Difference by Lp norm 12.75/.4439 12.79/.4482 16.43/.7702 Figure 8 – Reconstructed image vs. ground truth, calculated norms To further illustrate the effectiveness of Lp norm, we continue to train with 25 epochs based on the results of Figure 8(b). (...) The differences between proposed BSR, we perform five experiments and compare ground truth and the reconstructed HR image can be their difference as illustrated in Table 4. The results are measured either by L2 norm that is illustrated in (c), or Lp obtained on the Set5 data set (×4 scale).
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Score: 705409.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page195.html
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It is anticipated that there is no need to cover all possible implementation views of the IoT functional framework: the implementation view of the IoT is in fact only used for showing the implementability of the IoT capabilities, so one implementation view of the IoT is sufficient to show this possibility. 7.2.1 Structure of an implementation view An implementation view of the IoT functional framework consists of the functional entities of the IoT, and their high level relations. Figure 7-2 illustrates an implementation view of the IoT functional framework based on the IoT reference model specified in [ITU-T Y.2060] and the IoT common requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.2066], and building over functional entities described in the NGN functional architecture [ITU-T Y.2012]. (...) The functional entities that are illustrated by green boxes in Figure 7-2 are the functional entities specific to the IoT (to be specified in this Recommendation), while the functional entities illustrated by differently coloured boxes are the functional entities described in [ITU-T Y.2012]. Among the functional entities described in [ITU-T Y.2012], the functional entities illustrated by the same colour belong to a single functional layer except the Management and Identity Management functional entity that crosses all functional layers of the IoT reference model [ITU-T Y.2060].
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Score: 705409.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page487.html
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ILLUSTRATED GUIDE DISPOS CHEMICALS | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form 搜索 Toggle navigation 图书 作者 订阅 资源 图书管理员 分销商 教育者 商品目录 定期订单 版权与权限 Shopping cart You are here Shop » ILLUSTRATED GUIDE DISPOS CHEMICALS Subjects(s): Public Health Drugs, Crime and Terrorism Illustrated Guide for the Disposal of Chemicals Used In the Illicit Manufacture Of Drugs Author: UNODC , UNDCP Publication date: February 2018 Page count: 116 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 18.XI.3 Available Formats $70.00 ISBN: 9789211482997 Add to cart PDF $35.00 ISBN: 9789213630914 Add to cart About the product The present illustrated disposal guide has been developed to support the implementation of the Guidelines and the principles of environmentally-responsible disposal for remote locations, where waste management infrastructure and expert technical support may not be available and where immediate management of seized chemicals is required to reduce unacceptable risk to people, communities and the environment.
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Score: 705409.9 - https://shop.un.org/zh/node/69255
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Download PDF Mitigation of food wastage This paper presents a portfolio of potential food wastage mitigation measures, illustrating the gross and net economic, environmental and societal benefits of each. [...] Download PDF Food Wastage Footprint: Full cost-accounting This paper presents a portfolio of potential food wastage mitigation measures, illustrating the gross and net economic, environmental and societal benefits of each. [...] (...) Impact on Natural Resources This paper presents a portfolio of potential food wastage mitigation measures, illustrating the gross and net economic, environmental and societal benefits of each. [...]
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Score: 704960 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/resources/publications/zh/
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. ∗ Like products of national origin… ∗ In respect of all laws, regulations and requirements… ∗ Affecting their internal sale, offering for sale, purchase , transportation, distribution and use Article III:4 of GATT 1994 ∗ The Annex contains an Illustrative List of measures that are inconsistent with Articles III:4 and XI:1 of GATT 1994 ∗ Mandatory measures and measures compliance with which is necessary to obtain an “advantage” ∗ The term “advantage” is not defined, but it is understood to encompass a wide range of benefits, including subsidies ∗ Non-exhaustive list The Illustrative List ∗ TRIMs inconsistent with Article III.4 of GATT 1(a): Measures that require the purchase or use of goods of domestic origin or from any domestic source • Local content requirements 1(b): Measures that limit the purchase or use of imported products to an amount related to the volume or value of products exported by an enterprise • Trade-balancing requirements Illustrative List: paras. 1(a) and 1(b) ∗ TRIMs inconsistent with Article XI:1 of GATT 2(a): Measures that restrict the importation of products used in or related to local production, generally or to an amount related to the volume or value of the local production exported by the enterprise • Trade-balancing requirements 2(b): Measures that restrict the importation of products used in or related to local production, by restricting access to foreign exchange to an amount related to the foreign exchange inflows to the enterprise • Exchange-balancing requirements Illustrative List: paras. 2(a) and 2(b) ∗ TRIMs inconsistent with Article XI.1 of GATT 2(c): Measures that restrict the exportation or sale for export of products, whether in terms of particular products, volume or value of products, or proportion of the volume or value of the local production of the enterprise • Export restrictions Note: export performance requirements are not affected, as they are not covered by Article XI.1 of the GATT Illustrative List para. 2(c) ∗ Interpretive note ∗ Canada – Renewable Energy / Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Program: ∗ Cumulative obligations ∗ Clarify the application of Arts. (...) See Canada – Renewable Energy / Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Program Procurement – Article III:8(a) treatment ∗ TRIMs that fall within the Illustrative List and are covered by Article III:8(a) of the GATT 1994 are not inconsistent with Article III:4 of the GATT 1994 and Article 2.1 of the TRIMs Agreement ∗ TRIMs that fall within the Illustrative List and are not covered by Article III:8(a) of the GATT 1994 are inconsistent with the national treatment obligation in Article III:4 of the GATT 1994 and Article 2.1 of the TRIMs Agreement ∗ Canada – Renewable Energy / Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Program Procurement – Article III:8(a) treatment ∗ Under Article III:8(a) of the GATT 1994, the foreign product discriminated against must necessarily be in a competitive relationship with the product purchased by way of procurement ∗ India – Solar Cells Procurement – Article III:8(a) treatment ∗ The provisions of this Article shall not prevent the payment of subsidies exclusively to domestic producers, including payments to domestic producers derived from the proceeds of internal taxes or charges applied consistently with the provisions of this Article and subsidies effected through governmental purchases of domestic products Subsidies to Domestic Producers Article III:8(b) ∗ Any “advantage” provided on the condition of satisfying LCRs is inconsistent with Art. III:4 GATT (para. 1(a) Illustrative List) ∗ “subsidies contingent, whether solely or as one of several conditions, upon the use of domestic over imported goods” shall not be maintained (Art. 3.1(b) ASCM) ∗ Order of analysis of simultaneous claims?
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Score: 703912.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...ment_for_accession_seminar.pdf
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