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Other operational equipment 1) Dangerous goods required for the operation or safety of the machine or equipment, such as fire extinguishers, tire inflation canisters or safety devices, must be securely mounted in the machine or equipment. (...) Special precautions are necessary to ensure complete drainage of the fuel system of machines or equipment incorporating internal combustion engines, such as lawn mowers and outboard motors, where such machines or equipment could possibly be handled in other than an upright position. (...) Other operational equipment Dangerous goods required for the operation or safety of the machine or equipment, such as fire extinguishers, tire inflation canisters or safety devices, must be securely mounted in the machine or equipment.
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Score: 1280017 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP28/DGP.28.WP.014.1.en.pdf
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ARTICLE XIX INCREASE IN THE UNITED STATES DUTY ON DRIED FIGS Decision of 8 November 1952 (SR.7/15 - 1S/28) Taking Note of the United States Government announcement on 16 August 1952 that, pursuant to Article XIX of the General Agreement, it had modified the concession on dried figs (paragraph 740 of the Tariff Act of 1930 of the United States) negotiated with Turkey at Torquay, increasing the United States duty on dried figs to 4.5 cents per pound, Taking Note that the United States Government notified the CONTRACTING PARTIES on 28 July 1952 of its willingness to consult on this matter, Taking Note that the United States Government has expressed its willingness to continue its consultations on this matter and that the consultations thus far have had the following results: (a) The United States Government has reiterated to the consulting countries its intention to review the situation calling for its action and, in particular, the United States has undertaken to request the United States Tariff Commission to review the facts in the matter as early as possible and in any case in time for consideration of the results of such a review at the Eighth Session of the CONTRACTING PARTIES; (b) The Government of Turkey has decided to apply to the trade of the United States, to be effective only for the period during which the United States continues the increased duty on dried figs, the following provisional modifications in the rates of duty, reflecting changes in the concessions initially negotiated with the United States at Torquay: Turkish tariff position Description of products Rate of duty (LT) 537 Iron furniture and parts thereof: A Desks cupboards or cabinets, boxes and drawers, also parts thereof: 1 Plain or painted .......................................100 kg. 77.00 2 Gilt, enamelled or other (combined or not with other material..................................................100 kg. 622 Typewriters, calculating, registering, counting, sorting and classifying machines, and parts thereof (including electric machines): B Weighing 5 kg. and over......................100 K. (...) L 77.00 - 2 - Turkish tariff position Description of products Rate of duty (LT) 666 Machines for millers, kneading machines, machines for making and preparing pastes, macaroni, confectionery, sausages and other comestibles, ice-making machines, sterilizers, pasteurizers,refrigerating machines, machines for washing and filling bottles, cranes, roasting machines, milling machines, clothes washing and ironing machines and other machines n.e.m. (mounted or not): - 3 - Turkish tariff position Description of products Rate of duty (LT) A The whole weighing up to 50 kg.: ex Ice-chests, ice-making machines and refrigerating machines..........................................100 K.N. 38.50 B The whole weighing from 50 kg. up to 150 kg.: ex Ice-chests, ice-making machines and refrigerating machines..........................................100 K.N. 30.80 C The whole weighing from 150 kg. up to 500 kg.: ex Ice-chests, ice-making machines and refrigerating machines..........................................100 K.N. 25.67 D The whole from weighing 500 kg. up to 2,000 kg.: ex Ice-chests, ice-making machines and refrigerating machines..........................................100 K.N. 23.10 H The whole weighing from 2,000 kg. up to 10,000 kg.: ex Ice-chests, ice-making machines and refrigerating machines..........................................100 K.N. 20.53 V The whole weighing 10,000 kg. or more: ex Ice-chests, ice-making machines and refrigerating machines..........................................100 K.N. 17.97 (c) The United States and Greece have initiated, and will continue without delay, a study of the trade of the United States with Greece to determine whether there are sufficient items on which provisional concessions might be made by the United States and which the Government of Greece might consider as appropriate and compensatory; and Taking Note that the Government of Turkey, considering that the only satisfactory solution of the matter is the restoration of the concession rate granted at Torquay on dried figs, reserves the right to ask the CONTRACTING PARTIES, in case the review by the Government of the United States should not lead to a return to the Torquay concession rate on dried figs, to consider whether the original action of the United States in this matter is consistent with the provisions of Article XIX, The CONTRACTING PARTIES Decide not to disapprove the modifications proposed to be made by the Government of Turkey, Decide to extend for Greece and for any other country having a substantial interest in the modification by the United States in the concession on dried figs until the opening of the Eighth Session the time-period provided in paragraph 3 (a), Article XIX, the time for Turkey having been extended until 25 February 1953 by decision of the CONTRACTING PARTIES on 29 October 1952, Affirm the conviction that the most satisfactory solution of the matter is a restoration by the United States of the concession on dried figs negotiated at Torquay, and Request the United States and the consulting countries to report at the Eighth Session of the CONTRACTING PARTIES as to further action taken in the matter.
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Score: 1274549.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/52driedf.pdf
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-You can create a catalogue of each item and attach it to your offer and state reference below ICT EQUIPMENT 1 Desktop Computer: 2 Laptops-i7 3 Smart Board 4 Network Switch 5 MULTIMEIDA PROJECTOR 6 VoIP Phones/Hybrid Telephone Exchange PABX 7 Colour Printer 8 Photo Copier Machine 9 Laptops-i7 10 Printer 11 Colour Printer 12 Photo Copier Machine 13 MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR 14 MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR 15 Wireless Presnetaer+ Laser point 16 Dual wireless System Lavalier & Head Worn Microphone 17 Sound system 18 Power Extension cord Company Name: ______________________________________ A) Please submit information on the below DATA SHEET, and include it in your Technical Offer. Please fill the relevant table(s), please fill for all items Page 1 of 2 ANNEX B2- Technical Bid Data Sheet RFQ/SOQ/2022/041 Sr.
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Score: 1264382.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/pk/wp-co...echnical-Offer-Form-part-B.pdf
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Muruganantham a consacré 20 ans de sa vie à la création d'une machine de fabrication de serviettes hygiéniques à bas prix. (...) En fait, il s’agit de la partie la plus importante de notre biologie car sans cela, notre espèce aurait disparu », a déclaré Mme Khanna. Les machines créées par M. Muruganantham peuvent fabriquer des serviettes hygiéniques pour moins d'un tiers du coût des serviettes commerciales. Ses machines sont aujourd’hui disponibles dans 23 des 29 États de l'Inde.
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Score: 1258708.1 - https://news.un.org/fr/story/2018/02/1005811
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Manifestations organisées dans le cadre de la journée internationale des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC en 2013 Engagée à connecter le monde English عربي 中文 Español Русский Search for: UIT Secrétariat général Radiocommunications Normalisation Développement A propos de l'UIT-D Projets GCDT CMDT Groupes Présence Régionale Rejoignez l'UIT-D ITU Telecom Zone des Membres Devenir membre Manifestations organisées dans le cadre de la journée internationale des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC en 2013 Rollup Image Vous êtes ici ITU > Page d accueil > UIT-D > Inclusion numérique > Women and Girls > Portail "Les jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC" > Manifestations organisées dans le cadre de la journée internationale des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC en 2013 Partager cette page Accueil Pourquoi organiser une Journée des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC? Idées pour organiser une journée des filles dans les TIC Ressources visuelles pour la Journée des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC Chronologie des principales célébrations de l’UIT Evénements mondiaux Contact Page Content 20 ​​​​​​​​​Photocopy & Office Machines Ltd​ Lusaka, Zambia, 2013, April 25 Tech Needs Girls campaign and Girls in ICT Day 2013 Photocopy & Office Machines Ltd. has been an established company in Zambia since 1972 and since over a decade has championed hiring of girls from local villages providing them with the necessary training to become experts in handling and selling of ICT equipment and services (office equipment and supplies). POM Ltd. has a show-room and copy centre in the capital Lusaka which is entirely managed and run by female staff (more than 2/3 of the staff hired as girls leaving the villages to find work in the city) at: Photocopy and Office Machines Ltd: Office Equipment and Supplies. Farmers House, Cairo Road Postal: 30291 Lusaka, Zambia The Executive Director, Mrs Afra Caldato-Perrin has supported the ITU/UN International Girls in ICT Day 2013 by producing a dedicated t-shirt and uniform for the staff to wear while providing hands-on demos all day during business hours (real life scenarios) to a small group of female students invited on 25 April 2013 and for a local Anglican pastor to make a speech in favour of ICT careers for girls during a luncheon which she offered to the students, staff and guests.
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Score: 1255138.1 - https://www.itu.int/fr/ITU-D/D...2013/Africa/Zambia-2013-2.aspx
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Jan Egeland avait décrit aux membres du Conseil la situation qui prévaut dans le Nord de l'Ouganda. « C'est probablement la moins médiatisée des situations d'urgence humanitaire de cette ampleur dans le monde aujourd'hui », a déclaré Jan Egeland à la presse à l'issue de la réunion. « Car, dans quel autre endroit, trouverez-vous 10 000 enfants kidnappés au cours des 18 derniers mois, transformés, à force de terreur, en machines à tuer, en machines à attaquer leurs propres villages, en machines à tuer leur propre famille ? (...) Les enfants sont recrutés de force par les rebelles, les filles servant d'esclaves sexuelles, a expliqué M. Engeland qui a également raconté avoir rencontré lors d'une visite sur le terrain une jeune fille, qui ayant réussi à échapper à la LRA, lui a décrit comment elle et d'autres captifs, avaient été forcés de déchiqueter avec leurs dents un enfant-soldat qui avait tenté de s'enfuir.
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Score: 1252712.3 - https://news.un.org/fr/story/2004/04/47532
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The voting records of the General Assembly resolutions adopted with vote are usually machine-generated during the vote import process; no workform is used to create the records. In case there is no machine-generated vote available, the workform Vote-GA should be used and all votes should be input manually and checked against the printed «Recorded Vote» sheet supplied by the General Assembly Affairs Office. Instructions on importing voting information are provided together with the instructions for tag 996 . Fill in information required in each tag . The tags that are used in voting records of adopted UN resolutions are machine-generated and appear in the workform.
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Score: 1243443.75 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/u...bisref_manual/voting/guide.htm
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#SDGInsights challenge winner uses machine learning and geodata to identify water services | UN DESA | United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Search UN DESA Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home News #SDGInsights challenge winner uses machine learning and geodata to identify water services News #SDGInsights challenge winner uses machine learning and geodata to identify water services 16 February 2018 , New York Water scarcity affects more than 40 per cent of the world’s population. (...) The United Nations announced this week that a team from the University of Southampton, United Kingdom, has won the Unite Ideas #SDGInsights challenge for its methodology providing a framework to combine multiple data sources based on geographic location, and to apply advanced machine learning algorithms to the data to discover previously hidden patterns.   (...) Our predictive model can fill the gaps of spatial coverage, give an indication of the potential distribution of specific water supplies and provide valuable policy insights.”
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Score: 1229144.9 - https://www.un.org/development...insights-challenge-winner.html
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Other machines (see later) can be used for compacting the final earth construction. Some machines are built for specific tasks, others are capable of more than one task. 4. (...) TABLE 18 Earthmoving machines: guidelines for possible choices Transport distance Working conditions Preferred choice of machine* Direct (0-5 m) Placing/lifting adjacent to works, small capacity Backhoe Very short  (5-15 m) Rough/uneven terrain Earth not concentrated Track-loader Loose earth, easy to dig for loading Wheel-loader Earth to be moved, but not loaded Bulldozer Short  (15-70 m) - Bulldozer Medium  (70-250 m) - Towed scraper Long  (250-1000 m) - Motorscraper Very long  (over 1000 m) - Truck  * Under normal field conditions, namely flat topography and dry weather   TABLE 19 Average output of various machine per working hour TABLE 20 Approximate output of bulldozers for earthwork Approx. power rating (horsepower) Approx. blade capacity* (m 3 ) Excavation/transport** (m 3 /h) Spreading loose earth (m 3 /h) 40 1.2 13-17 18-24 70 2.5 22-29 30-39 90 3.6 32-40 42-54 130 4.0 46-71 60-76 * When completely filled.
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Score: 1228433.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/x6708e/x6708e04.htm
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Other machines (see later) can be used for compacting the final earth construction. Some machines are built for specific tasks, others are capable of more than one task. 4. (...) TABLE 18 Earthmoving machines: guidelines for possible choices Transport distance Working conditions Preferred choice of machine* Direct (0-5 m) Placing/lifting adjacent to works, small capacity Backhoe Very short  (5-15 m) Rough/uneven terrain Earth not concentrated Track-loader Loose earth, easy to dig for loading Wheel-loader Earth to be moved, but not loaded Bulldozer Short  (15-70 m) - Bulldozer Medium  (70-250 m) - Towed scraper Long  (250-1000 m) - Motorscraper Very long  (over 1000 m) - Truck  * Under normal field conditions, namely flat topography and dry weather   TABLE 19 Average output of various machine per working hour TABLE 20 Approximate output of bulldozers for earthwork Approx. power rating (horsepower) Approx. blade capacity* (m 3 ) Excavation/transport** (m 3 /h) Spreading loose earth (m 3 /h) 40 1.2 13-17 18-24 70 2.5 22-29 30-39 90 3.6 32-40 42-54 130 4.0 46-71 60-76 * When completely filled.
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Score: 1228433.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6708e/x6708e04.htm
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