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Many people do not use pulses for cooking, but they can be included in salads, garnishes or dressings, in the form of soy sauce/milk (Glycine max), soy meat, sprouts, flours, oils, sweets, drinks like tamarind, or creams like peanut butter. It is one a way of eradicating hunger, balancing our diets, and contributing to the mitigation of obesity problems in many countries affected by the fast consumption of junk food. 
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Many people do not use pulses for cooking, but they can be included in salads, garnishes or dressings, in the form of soy sauce/milk (Glycine max), soy meat, sprouts, flours, oils, sweets, drinks like tamarind, or creams like peanut butter. It is one a way of eradicating hunger, balancing our diets, and contributing to the mitigation of obesity problems in many countries affected by the fast consumption of junk food. 
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LETTER DATED 69/02/17 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
On 4 February 1969, at about 6 a.m., a, group of armed Thai fishing junks were surprised by a vessel of the Royal Khmer Navy on an observation patrol off Koh Yor (province of Koh Kong). (...) In answer to the challenge by signalling light s emitted by the Cambodian vessel in accordance with international practice, the Thai junks replied with automatic weapon fire LI The vessel of the Royal Khmer Navy was obliged to return fire and succeeded in hitting a Thai junk, which was abandoned by its crew. The junk was captured and then taken in tow to be brought to the base of the Royal Khmer Navy.
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LETTER DATED 68/11/06 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The junk and its crew, armed and equipped with a marine navigational chart, were captured after a brief exchange of fire. (...) After a violent exchange of fire lasting fifteen minutes, the Cambodian patrol succeeded in capturing two junks and their crews and seizing two rifles with 200 cartridges. During the night of 24-25 September 1968, another Cambodian patrol consisting of soldiers and elements of the National Defence Forces succeeded in capturing another Thai motor junk engaged in clandestine fishing in Cambodian territorial waters off Koh Yor, province of Koh Kong.
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LETTER DATED 67/05/22 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
One of the junks, with a crew of seven on board, was stopped by the Khmer authorities. At about midnight, during the same tour of duty, the Khmer patrol came across ten more Thai fishing junks which were also engaging in illicit fishing in Khmer territorial waters at the level of the island of Koh Kong, After an exchange of shots our patrol succeeded in stopping another junk with five crew-members on board. (...) The'seized junks and the arrested crew members were handed over to the provincial authorities at Khemarak Phouminville.
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Score: 1328566.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/7900&Lang=E
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STABILITY TESTS FOR NITROCELLULOSE MIXTURES
The expression “NO gas” comprises all types of NO-gas formed during the heating for 2 hours at 132 °C. The Bergmann Junk test method allows a reliable and reproducible quantitative assessment of chemical stability. Thus this test is the preferred method. 2. Bergmann-Junk test 2.1 Introduction The Bergmann-Junk test is a quantitative stability test applicable to all types of nitrocellulose (NC). (...) ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2018/9 6 Figure A10.1: Condensing chamber for Bergmann Junk test example 1 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2018/9 7 Figure A10.2: Condensing chamber for Bergmann Junk test example 2 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2018/9 8 3.
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Score: 1328309 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2018/9&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 69/09/16 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
(b) On 13 August 1969, at approximately 12.10 p.m., two Thai motor junks engaged in clandestine fishing were discovered in the area of Koh Kong island. (c) On 24 August 1969 at approximately 4.30 p.m., another junk was discovered committing the same infringement approximately 700 metres north of the island of Polowai. (d) On 26 August 1.969, at approximately 8.15 a.m., a Thai junk was discovered some 1,500 metres west of the island of Koh Yar, engaged in the Same activities.
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CHAPTER 3.3 – NEW SPECIAL PROVISIONS 393 AND 394: CHEMICAL STABILITY OF NITROCELLULOSE
According to these special provisions, nitrocellulose of Class 1 (special provision 393) and of Class 4.1 (special provision 394) must meet the criteria of the Bergmann-Junk test or methyl violet paper test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria Appendix 10. (...) The method for testing chemical stability according to RID/ADR/ADN is not prescribed on a mandatory basis; in practice, the Bergmann-Junk test is already used as a rule. The test of chemical stability under heat according to 2.3.2.9 should therefore be deleted. 4. (...) If the ignition temperature of nitrocellulose mixtures is higher than 180°C or the ignition temperature of plasticized nitrocellulose is higher than 170°C, the Bergmann-Junk test or the methyl violet paper test can be carried out safely." 8.
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LETTER DATED 69/07/02 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
JCH LETTER DATED 2 JULY 1969 FROM TIlE PERMWENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAM3ODI'A ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL On instructions from my Government and further to my letter No. 5435 of 1 J~xly 1767, I have the honour to bring the following to your attention for the information of the members of the Security Council: Dwin;s the period 19 April-26 May 1969, the Royal Government of Cambodia recorded five cases of the violation of Cambodian territorial waters by South Viet-ITamese fishing junks and a vessei of the South Viet-Namese YIavy on the dates, at the hours and in the localities indicated below: On 19 April 1969, at about 9.40 a,m., two fishing junks penetrated to a point approximately fifteen kilometres to the east of the island of I(011 Ss, facing Rep (Kampot) , On 25 April 1969, at about 1.15 p.m*, two other fishing junks penetrated to a point approximately one kilometre to the west of the island of Koh Anglrrang, facing Kp (Kampot), On 11 May 1969, at about 1.30 p.m., two fishing junks penetrated to a. point approximately one kilometre to the south-west of the islands of Koh S? (...) On 26 May 1969, at about lo+30 p*rn, tMo fishing junks again penetrated as far as the islands of Koh Tonsay and* ICoh Thbal, On the same day, at about 4 p.m., a vessel of the South Viet-1Jamese IJavy penetrated as far as the island of Koh S~S, facing Ream (Kampot). These fishing junks a,nd this vessel of the South Viet-Namese Navy did not withdraw seawtird until the Cambodian forces guarding the islands fired warning shots.
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LETTER DATED 68/12/16 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CAMBODIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
On 11 November 1968 at around noon, Cambodian troops from Koh Yor, province of Koh Kong, while on patrol at seap encountered two motorized Thai junks engaged in clandestine fishing in Cambodian territorial waters off Koh Yor. (...) Having been caught in the act, the men of the ten Thai junks opened fire on the mixed Cambodian patrol and killed.Doeung Chhuoy, a member of the National Defence Force. When the mixed Cambodian patrol retaliated, eight Thai junks escaped, and two others were taken. The Royal Government of Cambodia has lcdged a vigorous protest against these repeated violations of Cambodian territorial waters by armed Thai junks and has demanded that the Royal Government of Thailand should take steps to put an end to these reprehensible acts immediately. 68 -30709 / . . .
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Score: 1323876.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/8938&Lang=E
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