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to make special mention of the knowledge of the official language in Article 5 of the Law which lays (...) in evidence of their knowledge of Roumanian, and that failure to pass this examination involves dismissal (...) the candidate knows the Roumanian language as whether he has acquired a knowledge of Roumanian literature
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Score: 407374.54 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ouncilDocs/C-337-1937-I_EN.pdf
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, it was not necessary to make special mention of the knowledge of the official language in Article 5 of the law which (...) 1924 in evidence of their knowledge of Roumanian, and th a t failure to pass this examination (...) the candidate knows the Roumanian language as whether he has acquired a knowledge of Roum anian literature
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Score: 392845.5 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/.../CouncilDocs/C-5-1938-I_EN.pdf
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, the execution of this stipulation has been brought to the knowledge of the Council, the Council shall (...) Liinister for Foreign affairs has been brought to the knowledge of the Council. (C.154.1926.vll (...) ; sed, it is nlear th a t that Treaty, which v/as brought to the knowledge of the Council before
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Score: 390244.9 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ncilDocs/C-166-1926-VII_EN.pdf
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that Mr » Arthur Woods has declared his willing­ ness to accept the post of the assessor having knowledge (...) knowledge of the conditions in the Far East, I regret to say that in view of certain difficulties which (...) knowledge of the commercial side.of the questions, and of Mr. Arthur ’/foods to the post of the assessor
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Score: 389617.46 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...uncilDocs/C-136-1926-XI_EN.pdf
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have a working knowledge of both the official languages of the Court. We are asked to agree (...) to the permanent Court of International Justice having a working knowledge of both French and English, the two (...) and expense. A knowledge of both languages would also be a great convenience for the purpose of discussion
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Score: 387476.56 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/.../CouncilDocs/C-286-1923_EN.pdf
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, concerning a knowledge of the Polish language, in the text of the contracts. I t should be added that, a t (...) an adequate knowledge of Polish, although, in 1926, four years had already elapsed since the transfer (...) for under Section 30 of the statutes ; to issue a medical certificate, or certify, from personal knowledge
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Score: 384610.74 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/.../CouncilDocs/C-6-1930-I_EN.pdf
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an adequate knowledge of the problems themselves and of those features of national policy which form (...) experience and knowledge which are likely to be valuable to the Committee. The Special Committee’s report (...) the sources from which expert knowledge is obtained. The widening of the Government representation
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Score: 381643.16 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-192-M-121-1936-IV_EN.pdf
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to the Permanent Court of International Justice having a working knowledge of both French and English, the two (...) and expensea A knowledge of both languages would also be a great convenience for the purpose of discussion (...) of thought and the chances of his having a knowledge of both are greatly diminished if he
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Score: 379922.85 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ouncilDocs/C-249-1923-V_EN.pdf
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come to the knowledge of the Lithuanian Government that such negotiations actually took place (...) , without the knowledge of the Lithuanian Government. The German Government describes this measure (...) with the German authorities and without the" knowledge of the Lithuanian Government,proceeded to Berlin
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Score: 379551.32 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ncilDocs/C-324-1932-VII_EN.pdf
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Court of International Justice having a working knowledge of both French and English, the two official (...) . A knowledge of "both languages would also he a great convenience for the purpose of discussions between (...) having a Knowledge of both are greatly diminished if he is not acquainted with the two languages. 5o
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Score: 376407.67 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...lMSD/C-362-M-162-1923-V_EN.pdf
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