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With six Olympic gold medals hanging round her neck; being the only athlete in history to have won three individual fencing gold medals at three consecutive Olympic Games - Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008; and with a total of twenty four gold, nine silver and five bronze medals won in the World and European Fencing Championships since 1993, well, would you have any doubt on who to count on when it comes to drawing swords? Valentina was born in Italy and started practicing fencing at the age of six. Her first victory with the “Fumi” Trophy - “first blades” category goes back to 1983.
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Score: 1042808 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/back...assadors/valentina-vezzali/zh/
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With six Olympic gold medals hanging round her neck; being the only athlete in history to have won three individual fencing gold medals at three consecutive Olympic Games - Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008; and with a total of twenty four gold, nine silver and five bronze medals won in the World and European Fencing Championships since 1993, well, would you have any doubt on who to count on when it comes to drawing swords? Valentina was born in Italy and started practicing fencing at the age of six. Her first victory with the “Fumi” Trophy - “first blades” category goes back to 1983.
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Score: 1042808 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/back...assadors/valentina-vezzali/ar/
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Moreover, the end of the matter was that the individual was deified and all the rights to which he was deemed entitled were looked on as the absolute and unlimited rights of a god. (...) And it is for that reason that even after the major victory achieved at the end of the eighteenth century by the first written statement of those rights, it remains thereafter a principal interest of humanity that such declarations should be renewed from century to century. (...) The doctrines of natural law, like any other political and legal doctrines, may propound various arguments or theories in order to substantiate or justify natural law, but the overthrow of these theories cannot signify the overthrow of natural law itself, just as the overthrow of some theory or philosophy of law does not lead to the overthrow of law itself. The victory of juridical positivism in the nineteenth century over the doctrine of natural law did not signify the death of natural law itself, but only the victory of the conservative historical school over the revolutionary rationalistic school, called for by the general historical conditions in the first part of the nineteenth century.
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Score: 1038766.2 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...4/human-rights-and-natural-law
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To exercise these faculties, it is necessary for States to guarantee democratic opportunities, which allow each individual to contribute and compete in the quest for the collective good. (...) We have not yet won the struggle against terrorism, but we are winning it. That victory will bring peace and progress to our country and, with illicit drugs uprooted from our soil, the world will feel great relief. (...) We stand firm in the fight against terrorism and firm in our conviction that a sustained and permanent victory depends upon the success of each individual country in the struggle for social cohesion.
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Score: 1028628.9 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/60/statements/col050917eng.pdf
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And there is really no responsible alternative: the international community must work together and demonstrate its resolve to move from challenges and opportunities to concrete results. Partial victories are still victories. Small steps forward are still steps forward. (...) The fact that conventional arms continue to kill many thousands of people every year is often overlooked, except, of course, by the States and individuals suffering most from this bloodshed. The next three weeks offer a chance for you to reach consensus on recommendations about the important issues at hand, bringing the Commission's three-year effort to a successful conclusion.
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Score: 1026168.2 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...remarks-disarmament-commission
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Fondevilla (left), and DOJ State Counsel IV Paulito C. de Jesus (right) joined as members of the Philippine Delegation to the First Global Refugee Forum on 17-18 December 2019 © GenevaPM DFA FINAL STATEMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Global Refugee Forum 17-18 December 2019 | Palais Des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland Mister Chair, Mister High Commissioner Excellencies, Colleagues, The Philippines has a long history of taking in refugees no questions asked, stretching back to 1920s with the first White Russians fleeing the Red Revolution in Russia, on to Jews fleeing the Europe-wide Holocaust; then Spanish Republicans fleeing the Fascist victory in the Spanish Civil War; then Chinese Nationalists, along with more White Russians fleeing the Red victory in China. (...) With the rest of the civilized world the Philippines shares its unwavering commitment to attain a world that respects the rights of every individual with or without a country because we are all citizens of humanity.
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Score: 1026168.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/ph/17185-grf19-ph.html
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On this day, we celebrate the visible victories for women and girls, as well as the smaller changes that perhaps are only known to their families and the individuals themselves. (...) Can I really make a difference as one individual?  Is this even my business? But consider the words of the late Nobel laureate and environmentalist Wangari Maathai: "It's the little things citizens do.
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Score: 1025219.9 - https://www.unon.org/node/814
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On this day, we celebrate the visible victories for women and girls, as well as the smaller changes that perhaps are only known to their families and the individuals themselves. (...) Can I really make a difference as one individual?  Is this even my business? But consider the words of the late Nobel laureate and environmentalist Wangari Maathai: "It's the little things citizens do.
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Score: 1025219.9 - https://www.unon.org/content/international-womens-day-2016
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In the last twenty years we have won memorable victories of the human spirit over strong and ancestral enemies. (...) But I also am aware that the advances we have achieved in the direction of liberty, dignity and wellbeing of human beings are no more than small victories in a long and epic battle. The road toward the full realization of humanity has barely begun and the obstacles toward that realization are growing. (...) In this conflict, the victories of the human spirit, as much as they be certain, are always incomplete, gradual, tentative, and subject to regression.
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Score: 1024900.2 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/61/pdfs/costa_rica-e.pdf
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The sheer scale of the diary – that it covers almost every day of the war – makes it a truly comprehensive account, albeit from the perspective of a single individual, and is perhaps why it has proved to be a key part of the documentary evidence. (...) Arguably the most controversial general in the history of the British Army, at the end of the war Haig was considered something of a national hero, not least for the part he played in delivering victory in the battles which finally brought the war to an end. (...) In many ways the Western Front captures the essence of what the war was: one of attrition, where the wearing down of one’s enemy in every aspect was the only way to deliver victory and bring an end to the conflict. Since the end of the war, the Western Front has in popular terms, rightly or wrongly been seen as the epitome of everything that the First World War was about.
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Score: 1023453.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/default/files/uk_haig_eng.pdf
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