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www.cs.joensuu.fi/edtech Amputation, prosthesis and separation • Holistic approach: Losing a leg in amputation makes (...) that lost something that they have had or potentially have • losing material goods • losing opportunities (...) • neglecting or abandoning one’s own or someone else’s talents • losing one’s track, meaning, or even identity
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Score: 1170203.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../29/02/T29020000090020PDFE.pdf
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1091555.9 - https://www.un.org/development...ntent/cpd58-written-statements
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1091555.9 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/ar/node/3860
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CONFUSION ABOUT WHAT WE MEAN Economic contribution is value created in excess of the cost Customers – value (...) in excess of ticket costs Airlines revenue in excess of operating costs (including capital costs) I (...) eAirlines – revenue in excess of operating costs (including capital costs) I.e. EVA Suppliers – their EVA
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Score: 1090995.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ntWorkshop2005/BrianPearce.pdf
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Tensions escalate in Venezuela, civilians killed and injured: top UN officials lament excessive use (...) in Venezuela, civilians killed and injured: top UN officials lament excessive use of force by authorities © (...) tensions and pursue every effort to prevent further escalation”. Ms. Bachelet condemned “the excessive use
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Score: 1075306.7 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/02/1033442
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1070237 - https://www.un.org/development...ntent/cpd58-written-statements
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1070237 - https://www.un.org/development...ntent/cpd58-written-statements
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1070237 - https://www.un.org/development...ntent/cpd58-written-statements
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1070237 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/node/3860
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if it does not exceed 2,000 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 2,000 words (...) if it does not exceed 1,500 words (including footnotes). Where a statement is in excess of 1,500 words (...) processing and save it on your PC. If you don't save it in advance, you might lose it later during submission
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Score: 1070237 - https://www.un.org/development...ntent/cpd58-written-statements
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