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Article 2.2 also refers to an illustrative list of TRIMs that is found in the Annex to the TRIMs Agreement. The term “illustrative” indicates that the examples in the list do not constitute a closed list. (...) The use of the term “include” in paragraph 1 of the Illustrative List further supports this understanding.  
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Score: 758137.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../dispu_e/repertory_e/t8A_e.htm
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In several rooms high friezes were occupied with the epic illustrations whereas the low one was divided into a lot of rectangular compartments with an illustration to some short story in each of those. First of all, I will speak on the illustrations to these short stories. The date of these illustrations is about AD 740. Among them there are the illustrations to Aesop's “Fables” one of those you can see now.
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Score: 756411.13 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...l_evidence_of_the_literary.pdf
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Illustrative indicators on the right to participate in public affairs ......................................................... 92 6. (...) Illustrative indicators on the right to freedom of opinion and expression ........................................... 97 11. (...) Illustrative indicators on the right to non-discrimination and equality ...............................................100 14.
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Score: 755004.35 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tImplementationContents_en.pdf
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Select language Select language English Indonesia World Health Organization Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Women’s Resilience, Strength and Contributions Visualised: Winners of the ‘Women and COVID-19’ Comic and Illustration Competition - Select language - Indonesia Women’s Resilience, Strength and Contributions Visualised: Winners of the ‘Women and COVID-19’ Comic and Illustration Competition   The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply affected women and girls across Indonesia due to existing gender inequality, compounded by social and economic fallouts. (...) Winners of the ‘Women and COVID-19’ comic and illustration competition were  announced on 17 December 2020  in a virtual awarding ceremony and talk show. Photo credit: WHO Within one month of its launch, the competition received 372 original artworks by illustrators from across Indonesia. On 17 December 2020, the winners were announced in a virtual awarding ceremony attended by 180 participants .
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Score: 753532.9 - https://www.who.int/indonesia/...c-and-illustration-competition
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Select language Select language English South-East Asia Indonesia Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Events / Detail / Women and COVID-19: Comic and Illustration Competition Women and COVID-19: Comic and Illustration Competition 16 October – 16 November 2020 UN Women, WHO,  and the Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, with the support from the Government of Japan, are organizing a comic and illustration competition placing a spotlight on "Women and COVID-19". (...) The submission can be composed of one illustration or a comic, maximum six boxes and should fit on a DIN A4 page (210mm x 297mm).. (...) They will be considered individual entries but must be sent at the same time. Your comic or illustration must respect the Terms and Conditions of the competition.
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Score: 752460.16 - https://www.who.int/indonesia/...c-and-illustration-competition
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It is intended to give a quick historical overview of the illustration of aquatic life through the ages. Starting with Salviano’s Aquatilium animalium historiae, published in 1554 in Rome, the presentation includes nearly all the famous ichthyologists and fish illustrators of the past, the ones who started the description and scientific illustration of fish and aquatic life in general as new disciplines. It also includes other milestones of scientific fish illustration such as Aldrovandi, whose book was published in 1642, and Buonanni, whose book, published in 1684, is illustrated with 145 engravings. (...) Take a look at a  virtual exhibition including illustrations from selected publications contained in the DLML's CIS collection.
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Score: 751510.5 - https://www.fao.org/library/recursos/library-collections/es/
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It is intended to give a quick historical overview of the illustration of aquatic life through the ages. Starting with Salviano’s Aquatilium animalium historiae, published in 1554 in Rome, the presentation includes nearly all the famous ichthyologists and fish illustrators of the past, the ones who started the description and scientific illustration of fish and aquatic life in general as new disciplines. It also includes other milestones of scientific fish illustration such as Aldrovandi, whose book was published in 1642, and Buonanni, whose book, published in 1684, is illustrated with 145 engravings. (...) Take a look at a  virtual exhibition including illustrations from selected publications contained in the DLML's CIS collection.
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Score: 751510.5 - https://www.fao.org/library/re...ources/library-collections/en/
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It is intended to give a quick historical overview of the illustration of aquatic life through the ages. Starting with Salviano’s Aquatilium animalium historiae, published in 1554 in Rome, the presentation includes nearly all the famous ichthyologists and fish illustrators of the past, the ones who started the description and scientific illustration of fish and aquatic life in general as new disciplines. It also includes other milestones of scientific fish illustration such as Aldrovandi, whose book was published in 1642, and Buonanni, whose book, published in 1684, is illustrated with 145 engravings. (...) Take a look at a  virtual exhibition including illustrations from selected publications contained in the DLML's CIS collection.
Language:English
Score: 751510.5 - https://www.fao.org/library/re...ources/library-collections/la/
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It is intended to give a quick historical overview of the illustration of aquatic life through the ages. Starting with Salviano’s Aquatilium animalium historiae, published in 1554 in Rome, the presentation includes nearly all the famous ichthyologists and fish illustrators of the past, the ones who started the description and scientific illustration of fish and aquatic life in general as new disciplines. It also includes other milestones of scientific fish illustration such as Aldrovandi, whose book was published in 1642, and Buonanni, whose book, published in 1684, is illustrated with 145 engravings. (...) Take a look at a  virtual exhibition including illustrations from selected publications contained in the DLML's CIS collection.
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Score: 751510.5 - https://www.fao.org/library/re...ources/library-collections/ro/
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It is intended to give a quick historical overview of the illustration of aquatic life through the ages. Starting with Salviano’s Aquatilium animalium historiae, published in 1554 in Rome, the presentation includes nearly all the famous ichthyologists and fish illustrators of the past, the ones who started the description and scientific illustration of fish and aquatic life in general as new disciplines. It also includes other milestones of scientific fish illustration such as Aldrovandi, whose book was published in 1642, and Buonanni, whose book, published in 1684, is illustrated with 145 engravings. (...) Take a look at a  virtual exhibition including illustrations from selected publications contained in the DLML's CIS collection.
Language:English
Score: 751510.5 - https://www.fao.org/library/re...ources/library-collections/ru/
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