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The airline has a business opportunity to expand it’s operations to Mount Pleasant, Falkland Islands (EGYP), which would be served by either the current fleet of WP-911s or WP-3 freighter aeroplanes on dry lease from parent company EDTO Airways. Background ICAO EDTO Workshop – Module 8 Practical Exercise McMurdo Phoenix Airfield Amundson Scott Station Rio Gallegos Ushuaia Punta Arenas Mount Pleasant Module 8 - Practical Exercise 5 18/07/2019 WP-911 60 Minute Area of Operation 60 minutes ICAO EDTO Workshop – Module 8 Practical Exercise Module 8 - Practical Exercise 6 18/07/2019 Develop recommendations for updating ACAR 121.001 to include EDTO provisions for all aeroplanes including: • Threshold and Maximum Diversion Times for two engine aeroplanes • Threshold and Maximum Diversion Times for aeroplanes with more than two engines • Other supporting regulations and guidance materials Assignment ICAO EDTO Workshop – Module 8 Practical Exercise Module 8 - Practical Exercise 7 18/07/2019 ICAO EDTO Workshop – Module 8 Practical Exercise McMurdo Phoenix Airfield Amundson Scott Station Rio Gallegos Ushuaia Punta Arenas Mount Pleasant 120 minutes 60 minutes 180 minutes 240 minutes WP-911 Typical Area of Operation Note: The WP-911 is certified for up to 300 minute EDTO capability by the State of Design based on operations beyond 60 minutes. (...) • 300 Minutes • Other Value • No Limit Module 8 - Practical Exercise 11 ICAO EDTO Workshop – Module 8: Implementing EDTO Regulations 18/07/2019 McMurdo Phoenix Airfield Amundson Scott Station Ushuaia Mount Pleasant Rio Gallegos Punta Arenas 120 minutes 60 minutes 180 minutes 240 minutes WP-3 Typical Area of Operation Note: The WP-3 has an EDTO time limited system capability of 225 minutes.
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Score: 1115585.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ctical%20Exercise%20Slides.pdf
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Nicholas Head, Telecom Networks POTRAZ No. 30 The Chase Block A, Emerald Business Park Mount Pleasant Harare Zimbabwe Tel : +263 23 333032 Fax : +263 4 333041 Email nick@potraz.gov.zw COORDINATOR ZIMBABWE 39. (...) Alfred Director Finance POTRAZ No. 30 The Chase Block A, Emerald Business Park Mount Pleasant Harare Zimbabwe Tel : +263 23 333032 Fax : +263 4 333041 Email alfred.marisa@potraz.gov.zw ZIMBABWE 45. (...) Nokuthula Executive Assistant POTRAZ No. 30 The Chase Block A, Emerald Business Park Mount Pleasant Harare Zimbabwe Tel : +263 04 333032 Fax : +263 4 333041 Email : nokuthula.jamela@potraz.gov.zw
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Score: 1094874.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...ls-06/list_of_participants.PDF
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PROPOSAL FOR A NEW UN/ECE STANDARD FOR TRUFFLES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
moschatum Ferry de Bellone Body/ascocarp Dimensions From the size of a walnut to that of a human fist; in some cases, 10 cm or more in diameter From the size of a walnut to that of a human fist Shape Rounded or irregular, lobed Rounded or irregular, lobed; sometimes with a dimple at the base Skin/peridium Colour First reddish, then reddish-black, then brownish-black Blackish (never reddish before maturity) Appearance Verrucose Verrucose Verrucas Polygonal (4-6 sides), of average size (3-5 mm), ribbed lengthways, indented at the top, sub-friable Polygonal (5-6 sides), of average size (1-3 mm wide), generally smaller than those of T. melanosporum, not very salient, indented at the top, furrowed lengthways, not striated crosswise Peridium Adheres to gleba Fragile, comes off easily Flesh/gleba Consistency Firm Firm Colour at maturity Purplish-brown to crimson-tinged black Grey-brown to grey-black Veins Numerous, fine, filiform, very distinct and with many ramifications, white, turning to red in the air at maturity Coarse, thick and widely spaced, gangliform, sometimes fine and close together, white, unchanging Smell at maturity Intense, pleasant, typical Pleasant to strong, musky in the moschatum variety Taste Very pleasant, typical Pleasant; unpleasant in the moschatum variety Spores Number per ascus 1-3-4 (6) (average 3-4) 1-6 (average 5) Shape Strongly ellipsoid (like a rugby ball) Oblong-elliptical Colour Dark brown; opaque spores Light yellow, light brown; translucent spores Dimensions (excluding ornamentation) (20) 25-55 × (15) 20-�� � (15) 20-42 × 15-�� � Ornamentation Echinate: short, stiff spines, very close together, not wider at the base; base of spines joined in parts, forming small valleys (visible through a scanning electron microscope); height of spines: 2.5–� � Echinate: long, stiff and pointed spines, not joined at the base, sometimes flexuous; up to 6 � �� ���� Normal period of maturity 15 November to 15 March 15 November to 15 March TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2003/19 page 11 Annex Botanical and organoleptic characteristics of marketable species of truffles (continued) Characteristics Tuber aestivum Vitt. (...) Body/ascocarp Dimensions Variable, from the size of a walnut to that of a human fist or bigger; in some cases, over 10 cm in diameter Variable, from the size of a walnut to that of a human fist or bigger The size of a walnut or, more rarely, the size of a hen’s egg Shape Rounded or irregular; sometimes with a dimple at the base Rounded or irregular; sometimes with a dimple at the base Rounded or irregular; usually with a fairly pronounced dimple at the base Skin/peridium Colour Blackish-brown to black Blackish-brown to black Very black Appearance Verrucose Verrucose Verrucose Verrucas Often large (3-12 mm wide), pyramid-shaped (5-7 sides), salient, hard, sharp-edged, generally indented at the top, striated crosswise and furrowed lengthways Small or large, pyramid-shaped (5-7 sides), salient, sharp-edged, furrowed lengthways; crosswise striations hard to see or absent Small (2-4 mm wide), very close together, sharp or flattened top, five-sided, not striated crosswise Peridium Adheres to gleba Adheres to gleba Adheres to gleba Flesh/gleba Consistency Firm, fleshy Firm, fleshy Firm, fleshy Colour at maturity Pale hazel, light brown Dark chestnut, dark brown to chocolate brown Dark brown to chocolate brown Veins Very numerous, closely spaced, arborescent, fine, white, unchanging Very numerous, closely spaced, with many ramifications, arborescent, fine, white, unchanging White, very distinct, unchanging, labyrinthine Smell at maturity Pleasant, reminiscent of barley malt Pleasant, like hazelnut Intense, bituminous, disappears during cooking Taste Weak, pleasant Very pleasant, far more pronounced than that of T. aestivum Fairly pleasant, sometimes a bitter almond taste Spores Number per ascus 1-4 (6) 1-4 (7) 1-3 (5) Shape Elliptical Elliptical Ellipsoid to almost spherical Colour Yellowish to pale brown Yellowish to pale brown Yellowish to light brownish Dimensions (excluding ornamentation) (18) 25–45 (50) × (15) 18-36 (40) � 20-55 × 15-�� � (20) 25-50 (53) × (15) 20-38 (43) � Ornamentation Reticulate-alveolate: not very well developed network of fairly small and irregular alveoli and open membranous ridges; � ����� ��� � � Reticulate-alveolate: highly developed network of fairly large and regular alveoli; average ��� � � ����� �� � � �� Reticulate-alveolate: fairly well developed network of small and irregular alveoli, often not continuous, covered with secondary ridges; height of network 3-6 � Normal period of maturity 1 May to 30 November 15 September to 31 January 1 September to 31 January TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2003/19 page 12 Annex Botanical and organoleptic characteristics of marketable species of truffles (continued) Characteristics Tuber magnatum Pico Tuber borchii Vitt., Tuber albidum Pico Tuber macrosporum Vitt. Body/ascocarp Dimensions Very variable, from the size of a walnut to that of a large apple; in some cases, over 10-15 cm in diameter Variable, but usually small to medium-sized (from the size of a pea to that of a hen’s egg); in some cases, up to 10 cm in diameter From the size of a walnut to that of a hen’s egg (rarely bigger) Shape Regular or irregular, lobed; almost conical base sometimes visible Regular or irregular, sub-lobed Rounded or fairly irregular Skin/peridium Colour Yellowish, pale ochre, ochreous yellow, ochreous, olive-greenish yellow, greenish tinted, sometimes with rusty brown patches Very variable: first whitish, then pinkish-white, greyish, yellow-ochre-brown, rusty brown, orangy brown, even dark brown, often dotted with brown red or dark reddish patches Reddish-brown, rust-coloured, blackish Appearance Smooth (fine grain visible under microscope) Smooth Slightly verrucose Verrucas None None Small, irregular, polygonal, mostly quadrilateral, flat and misshapen Peridium Adheres to gleba Adheres to gleba Adheres to gleba Flesh/gleba Consistency Firm, but crumbles easily; greasy to the touch Fleshy Firm, fleshy Colour at maturity Very variable: reddish/sooty, often dotted with reddish patches Brown-red, purplish-brown, or almost black Brown-crimson, or blackish Veins Numerous, white, fine, sinuous, anastomosed at many points Few in number, branchlike, anastomosed, sometimes fine and clear-cut, sometimes blurred at the edges, white, ochreous white, reddish, brownish Numerous, large, white, turning brown in contact with air Smell at maturity Strong, typical of Grana cheese, reminiscent of garlic Almost fragrant, then strong and alliaceous Alliaceous, strong, similar to the smell of T. magnatum Taste Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2003/19 page 13 Annex Botanical and organoleptic characteristics of marketable species of truffles (continued) Characteristics Tuber magnatum Pico Tuber borchii Vitt., Tuber albidum Pico Tuber macrosporum Vitt.
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Score: 1022089.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2003/19&Lang=E
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A Pleasant Surprise as Children Return to Killi Shaikhan School in Pakistan | UNICEF South Asia Skip to main content South Asia Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast South Asia EXPLORE UNICEF About us About UNICEF Children in South Asia What we do South Asia Headline Results Where we work Stories Take action Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Regional stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article A Pleasant Surprise as Children Return to Killi Shaikhan School in Pakistan Education Department enhances learning and school facilities in Balochistan thanks to EU funding and UNICEF support A. (...) Colourfully painted, bright classrooms, functional toilets, open-air handwashing facilities and welcoming smiles from the teachers are a pleasant surprise adding to the joy of returning to school.
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Score: 1021708.2 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...killi-shaikhan-school-pakistan
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A Pleasant Surprise as Children Return to Killi Shaikhan School | UNICEF Pakistan Skip to main content Pakistan Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Pakistan EXPLORE UNICEF About us Contact us Work with us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article A Pleasant Surprise as Children Return to Killi Shaikhan School Education Department enhances learning and school facilities in Balochistan thanks to EU funding and UNICEF support A. (...) Colourfully painted, bright classrooms, functional toilets, open-air handwashing facilities and welcoming smiles from the teachers are a pleasant surprise adding to the joy of returning to school.
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Score: 1021708.2 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...n-return-killi-shaikhan-school
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I extend to you the greetings and appreciation of the  Government and people of Sudan for your attendance and participation in this major event. We wish  you a pleasant stay in your second homeland. I am delighted to see that all the Arab States are  attending and wish your conference every success, particularly at this challenging time, which  requires us to strive with diligence, perseverance and determination to develop our countries,  looking to the policies and applications of ITU for guidance, and turn challenges into opportunities  for achievement.  (...) I hope that you will all have a pleasant and agreeable stay in Sudan. I would like to take  this opportunity to thank Zain Sudan for sponsoring today's event. 
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Score: 1015674.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...eches_RDF-ARB_MCIT_Sudan-E.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Inclusive Sports Event in Prijedor Sports will and competitive spirit for a more pleasant growing up Kristina Ljevak for UNICEF UNICEF Available in: Bosanski/Hrvatski/Srpski English 14 October 2018 Not a long time ago, avoidance of every form of physical activity was the favorite sports discipline among the Bosnian-Herzegovinian population. (...) It is not necessary to do sports, it is enough to walk, go out and play with our own children in nature and that is an activity that will be pleasant to us if we do not have time to deal with a specific sport,” explains Lucia, emphasizing how physical activity is necessary for children.   (...) I know all of them personally and know how pleasant this is for them. Luci is really trying to work with them and this is a great day for all of us.
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Score: 1008069 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...nclusive-sports-event-prijedor
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 ITU WORLD TELECOM 2009 Exhibition Catalogue GENEVA PALEXPO is happy to welcome ITU TELECOM WORLD 2009 and wishes all attendees a pleasant stay GENEVA PALEXPO'S EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE CENTER ❯ 7 halls with more than 102’000 m2 under one roof ❯ Conference rooms for up to 3'200 delegates ❯ Location 􀀕 􀂙􀀕 􀀪 􀁢􀁞􀁣􀁪􀁩􀁚􀁨 􀁬􀁖􀁡􀁠 􀁛􀁧􀁤􀁢 􀁩􀁝􀁚 􀁞􀁣􀁩􀁚􀁧􀁣􀁖􀁩􀁞􀁤􀁣􀁖􀁡 􀁖􀁞􀁧􀁥􀁤􀁧􀁩 and the railway station 􀀕 􀂙􀀕 􀀦􀀥 􀁢􀁞􀁣􀁪􀁩􀁚􀁨 􀁗􀁮 􀁗􀁪􀁨􀀡 􀁩􀁧􀁖􀁞􀁣 􀁤􀁧 􀁘􀁖􀁧 􀁩􀁤 􀁩􀁝􀁚 􀁘􀁞􀁩􀁮 􀁘􀁚􀁣􀁩􀁧􀁚«Jet d’Eau» - famous Geneva water fountain Matterhorn GENEVA PALEXPO Palexpo SA 􀂙 P.O.
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Score: 1002964.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../E/web/WebSearch/page0010.html
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Telecom World 2009 - Exhibition catalogue 8 «Jet d’Eau» - famous Geneva water fountain Matterhorn GENEVA PALEXPO is happy to welcome ITU TELECOM WORLD 2009 and wishes all attendees a pleasant stay GENEVA PALEXPO'S EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE CENTER ❯ 7 halls with more than 102’000 m2 under one roof ❯ Conference rooms for up to 3'200 delegates ❯ Location and the railway station GENEVA PALEXPO Palexpo SA P.O.
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Score: 1000472.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...-Exhibition%20catalogue_10.pdf
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We would also like to express our sincere thanks to the facilitator Ruben Escalante, who handled a very difficult task in an excellent way and significantly contributed to a pleasant atmosphere in the negotiation room and to the outcome we hope to adopt today.
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Score: 983372.7 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...y/AfterClosing/Switzerland.pdf
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