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The specimens reproduced inside this text are given for illustration purposes and are not suitable for measurements. (...) The specimens reproduced inside this text are given for illustration purposes and are not suitable for measurements Superseded T.24 (1998) Amendment 1 (02/00)     Withdrawn by ITU-T TSB (Study Period 2013) Circular 190 published on 2016-02-19. Withdrawn T.24 (1998) Corrigendum 1 (11/15)   Clarifications in Table 1   This text was initially approved as Corrigendum 1 (2015) to ITU-T T.24 (1998), but it is published as ITU-T T.24 (11/2015), which consolidates ITU-T T.24 (1998) and its Cor. 1 (2015).
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Score: 827999.6 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-T.24/_page.print
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Each component subsystem brings its unique strengths and limitations; together they build the composite system of systems. Figure 1 illustrates this initial global ocean observation system of systems. (...) The global drifting buoy array became the first component of the initial Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) to be completed. (...) This single portal is intended to illustrate the ocean system of systems that is being implemented by JCOMM and partner programmes.
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Score: 827943.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/bull...-global-ocean-observing-system
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The New Urban Agenda Illustrated handbook serves as the base for the New Urban Agenda online crash course. (...) The New Urban Agenda Illustrated handbook prepared for all urban stakeholders globally supports a stronger understanding and implementation of the propositions contained in the New Urban Agenda. (...) The handbook analyses the contents and propositions of the New Urban Agenda and their synergies with the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets, and enriches them with visual illustrations, examples from all over the world and practical propositions for action.
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Score: 825344.2 - https://unhabitat.org/ar/the-new-urban-agenda-illustrated
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Expressing yourself in illustrations or comic strips is an excellent way to stay socially connected, while maintaining the social distance. In a UNICEF initiative, young persons from around the world share works of art, thus supporting others who are going through the same predicament. (...) ✨ Check out these illustrations created by Voice of Youth contributors around the topic of stigma and discrimination.
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Score: 824150.7 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...ings-children-time-coronavirus
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Barbara Adams is a sociologist whose interdisciplinary research looks at how knowledge is produced and political action is initiated through art and design projects. Barbara co-edited the book Design as Future-Making and is co-editor in chief of the journal Design and Culture. (...) Download the PDF to colour the illustration and reflect on difference and creativity. (...) To discover move about the initiative and other contributions in the collection, you can go to the project website  here .
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Score: 823554.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovati.../difference-as-personal-power/
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RBA Joint Project Information Package | Community of Practice on food loss reduction (CoP) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Food Loss Reduction CoP | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Español SAVE FOOD: Global Initiative on Food Loss and Waste Reduction Community of Practice on Food Loss Reduction News Events and Opportunities Resources About the CoP Background Register RBA joint project Phase 1 Country-based activities RBA Joint Project Information Package Ethiopia PHM project HELVETAS in Benin Food waste reduction RBA Joint Project Information Package  The “Mainstreaming food loss reduction initiatives for smallholders in food deficit areas” project, implemented by the Rome-Based UN Agencies (RBA)  FAO, IFAD, and WFP , funded by the Government of Switzerland aims to improve food security and income generation opportunities through reduction of food losses in supported food grains and pulses value chains.    During its Phase 1 (2014-2017) the following information material have been developed to disseminate results, knowledge and good practices: Project brochure to illustrate and guide on the rational of the project Community of Practice on food loss reduction flyer to explain how the CoP serves as a convener of knowledge and experience and for networking between different actors and institutions Country-based Food Loss Analysis results a two pager document which aims at sharing the methodology applied and results achieved in identifying critical loss points along selected value chains and recommended solutions ( Burkina Faso , Democratic Republic of Congo , Uganda ) Infographic that illustrates the different steps along the studied value grain chains by food loss causes and recommended solutions, as a tool to support training and dissemination of good practice at field level Share your feedback CoP members are encouraged to download and use the above listed material for their purposes.
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Score: 823554.3 - https://www.fao.org/food-loss-...kground/informationpackage/en/
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Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Asking young people about sexual and reproductive behaviours John Cleland, Roger Ingham, Nicole Stone Introduction to illustrative core instruments WHO/PAHO In 1998-99 the UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP) launched a social science research initiative on adolescent sexual and reproductive health in developing countries. The aim of this initiative was to support research that addresses factors that contribute to positive sexual and reproductive health outcomes, especially those that can be influenced by appropriate interventions in developing countries. (...) Three instruments were designed to meet these needs. These include an Illustrative Questionnaire for Interview-Surveys with Young People designed by John Cleland, and Topics for Individual In-Depth Interviews and Focus Group Discussions: Partner Selection, Sexual Behaviour and Risk Taking designed by Roger Ingham and Nicole Stone.
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Score: 822836.5 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...olescence/core_instruments/en/
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It also presents an overview of the most up to date international and regional normative instruments and initiatives to guide trade union action on gender equality. -Part 2 describes selected and illustrative trade union practices on key gender equality issues and proposes a series of actionable recommendations for trade unions and other stakeholders, with a view to setting a genuinely transformative agenda. (...) It is part of a series of publications on key stakeholders’ illustrative practices to achieve gender equality at work.
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Score: 819127.54 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/Pub...WCMS_760529/lang--ja/index.htm
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A list of the SRGC records are displayed on the initial screen and individual SRGC may be accessed. (...) Library of SRGC The SRGC Library opening page, as illustrated on the next slide, requires a login to access the library. (...) Query options will be displayed as illustrated on the next slide. - Any of the queries may be selected and running them is similar to running a standard query.
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Score: 818846.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...ary%20user%20guide_15Jun17.pdf
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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: 818354.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../dispu_e/repertory_e/t8A_e.htm
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