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Section 24 of the Principal Act is amended by deleting the word “$100” and substituting the word “$1000”. 12. Section 27 of the Principal Act is amended by deleting the word “$100” and substituting the word “$1000”. 13. (...) The following new section is added to the Principal Act immediately following section 37. 38.
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Score: 534881.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON4A2_LEG_4.pdf
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Section 4(5) of the Principal Act is amended by deleting the word "Minister" and substituting therefor the word "Director". 4. (...) Section 24 of the Principal Act is amended by deleting the figure "$100" and substituting therefor the figure "$1000". 12. Section 27 of the Principal Act is amended by deleting the figure "$100" and substituting therefor the figure "$1000". 13.
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Score: 534881.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ton_e/WTACCTON12A3_LEG_1.pdf
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as been used to authenticate the Principal to some local system in order to activate a key. (...) Indicates whether the password was chosen by the Principal or auto-supplied by the Authentication Authority. principalchosen - the Principal is allowed to choose the value of the password. (...) This element indicates_u116 ?hat the Principal has been authenticated by a mechanism which involves the Principal computing a digital signature over_u97 ?
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Score: 533269.97 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...tication%20Context%20types.xsd
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Indicates whether the password was chosen by the Principal or auto-supplied by the Authentication Authority. principalchosen - the Principal is allowed to choose the value of the password. (...) The method that a Principal employs to perform authentication to local system components. (...) This element indicates that the Principal has been authenticated by a mechanism which involves the Principal computing a digital signature over at least challenge data provided by the IdP.
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Score: 533269.97 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...%20XML%20Schema%20Part%20I.xsd
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The furnishings in the principal family home will exceed the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides if they are luxury items of extraordinary value, including but not limited to art collections, antique collections; (c) the equity in the principal family vehicle or principal family vehicles that exceeds the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and persons with whom he habitually resides. The principal family vehicle or principal family vehicles will exceed the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides if their combined value is greater than the value of one average automobile in the state in which the applicant’s family resides. (...) If this amount if greater than zero, it is included in the applicant’s disposable means in accordance with Section 5(a); LSE represents the living space in the principal family home that exceeds the average living space for the number of persons who habitually reside in the principal family home in the state in which it is located, according to official documentation of the governments of the republics of the former Yugoslavia.
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Score: 526682.57 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/oric/tdec/en/040618app.htm
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عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Conferencia de las Partes de 2015 Encargada del Examen del Tratado sobre la No Proliferación de las Armas Nucleares 27 de abril a 22 de mayo de 2015 Toggle navigation NACIONES UNIDAS Portada Antecedentes Miembros Lista de Participantes Secretaría Declaraciones Lista de Oradores Transmisiones web Documentos Otros eventos Información para los medios Información para las ONG Conferencia de las Partes de 2015 Encargada del Examen del Tratado sobre la No Proliferación de las Armas Nucleares 27 de abril a 22 de mayo de 2015 ENLACES Texto del Tratado La ONU y el desarme PaperSmart Recursos Comisiones Principales Comisión Principal I NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/1 - Informe de la Comisión Principal I NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/WP.1 - Documento de Trabajo de la Presidencia de la Comisión Principal I NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/INF/1/Rev.1 - Proyecto de programa de trabajo de 27 abril a 22 de mayo de 2015: Comisión Principal I y Órgano Subsidiario 1 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/INF/2 - Proyecto de calendario indicativo: Comisión Principal I y Órgano Subsidiario 1 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/SR.1 - Acta resumida de la primera sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/SR.2 - Acta resumida de la segunda sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/SR.3 - Acta resumida de la tercera sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.I/SR.4 - Acta resumida de la cuarta sesión Comisión Principal II NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/1/Rev.1 - Informe de la Comisión Principal II NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/WP.1 - Documento de Trabajo de la Presidencia de la Comisión Principal II NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/WP.2 - las cuestiones regionales, incluso las relativas al Oriente Medio y a la aplicación de la resolución de 1995 sobre el Oriente Medio. Documento de Trabajo de la Presidencia del Órgano Subsidiario 2 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/INF/1 - Proyecto de programa de trabajo de 27 de abril a 22 de mayo de 2015: Comisión Principal II y Órgano Subsidiario 2 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/SR.1 - Acta resumida de la primera sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/SR.2 - Acta resumida de la segunda sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/SR.3 - Acta resumida de la tercera sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/SR.4 - Acta resumida de la cuarta sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.II/SR.5 - Acta resumida de la quinta sesión Comisión Principal III NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/1- Informe de la Comisión Principal III NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/WP.1- Documento de Trabajo de la Presidencia del Órgano Subsidiario 3 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/WP.2- Documento de Trabajo de la Presidencia de la Comisión Principal III NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/INF/1 - Proyecto de programa de trabajo de 27 de abril a 22 de mayo de 2015: Comisión Principal III y Órgano Subsidiario 3 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/INF/1/REV.1 - Proyecto de programa de trabajo de 4 a 22 de mayo de 2015: Comisión Principal III y Órgano Subsidiario 3 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/INF/2 - Proyecto de calendario indicativo: Comisión Principal III y Órgano Subsidiario 3 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/INF/2/Rev.1 - Proyecto de calendario indicativo: Comisión Principal III y el Órgano Subsidiario 3 NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/SR.1 - Acta resumida de la primera sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/SR.2 - Acta resumida de la segunda sesión NPT/CONF.2015/MC.III/SR.3 - Acta resumida de la tercera sesión Enlaces Texto del Tratado La ONU y el desarme PaperSmart Recursos Propiedad intelectual | Condiciones de utilización | Privacidad | Índice del sitio | Alerta de fraude
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Score: 525846.7 - https://www.un.org/es/conf/npt/2015/main-committees.shtml
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The Programme Manager reiterated his preference of establishing two dedicated posts in DESA. One Principal expressed strong reservation to this. Other Principals expressed their wish to find a compromise. In this context, Principals invited the Programme Manager to provide some empirical evidence on work load and associated costs for “programme management” that could guide the Principals in their consideration of the matter. • The Convenor will invite the Policy Committee Secretariat to brief Principals on the procedures of the Policy Committee at their next meeting.   2 Summary of Discussion The Convenor welcomed the Principals and congratulated Ján Kubiš for his appointment as Executive Secretary of UNECE. (...) Stelzer briefed ECESA Principals on the coordination exercise, which involved three meetings.
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Score: 525541.94 - https://www.un.org/esa/ecesa/p...3-ECESA_Principals_Minutes.pdf
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Sao Tome and Principe and the per capita income criterion 3. Sao Tome and Principe and the human assets criterion 3.1 Percentage of population undernourished 3.2 Child (under five) mortality 3.3 Maternal mortality 3.4 Secondary school enrolment 3.5 Adult literacy 4. (...) Sao Tome and Principe and the per capita income criterion At 115% of the graduation threshold in 2015, and a provisionally estimated 137% in 2018, Sao Tome and Principe has demonstrated relatively fast economic progress within a decade. (...) Sao Tome and Principe and the economic vulnerability criterion At 82% of the graduation threshold in 2015 and an expected 76.5% in 2018, Sao Tome and Principe remains an economically vulnerable country10.
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Score: 523979 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/site...report-stp-_cdp-pl-2018-6d.pdf
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Cover Point - this is a person other than the principal to whom the call may be redirected. In these examples, the originator places a call to the principal. The call is redirected for some reason (e.g., the principal does not answer the call within some interval) to another party which may answer the call. (...) In a conference, it may be desirable to have this message, or a similar message, transmitted to “passive” conference members (members other than originator, principal, and cover). For this example, the arguments in the invoke operations would be: DivertingLegInfo1Arg { diversionReason = cfu, coverAddress = cover’s alias, principal = principal’s alias } DivertingLegInfo2Arg { diversionCounter = 1, diversionReason = cfu, divertingAddress = principal’s alias, principalAddress = principal’s alias } DivertingLegInfo3Arg { redirectionName = cover’s name ... } Redirection Information Provided by Principal In this example, the principal provides the redirection information, but the gatekeeper provides the redirection signaling.
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Score: 522458.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9702_Bos/AVC-1141.doc
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The IASC has committed to zero tolerance for discrimination, sexual harassment and abuse within all humanitarian work environments, as demonstrated by the IASC Principals Statement in March 2017 on ‘Zero Tolerance on Sexual Harassment and Abuse with the Humanitarian Sector’. IASC Principals have pledged to strengthen the overall institutional response on this issue, safeguarding the well-being of staff, addressing the climate of impunity and holding perpetrators to account, and strengthening policies, structures and accountability mechanisms to give all staff the support and protection they deserve. (...) Nathalie Migeotte nmigeotte@ohchr.org +41 22 917 9234 https://fic.wistia.com/medias/w6259gdt6s http://iasc.ch/principals/documents-public/iasc-principals-statement-zero-tolerance-sexual-harassment-and-abuse http://iasc.ch/principals/documents-public/iasc-principals-statement-zero-tolerance-sexual-harassment-and-abuse http://fic.tufts.edu/publication-item/stop-the-sexual-assault-against-humanitarian-and-development-aid-workers/ http://reporttheabuse.org/ http://iasc.ch/principals/news-public/humanitarian-women-s-network-letter-iasc http://iasc.ch/system/files/hwn_letter_to_iasc_20161102.pdf http://iasc.ch/principals/news-public/hwn-full-survey-results http://iasc.ch/system/files/hwn_full_survey_results_may_2016.pdf http://iasc.ch/principals/news-public/hwn-facts-and-figures http://iasc.ch/principals/news-public/hwn-facts-and-figures http://iasc.ch/principals/news-public/hwn-background-paper-discrimination-harassment-abuse-women-aid-workers-survey http://iasc.ch/principals/news-public/hwn-background-paper-discrimination-harassment-abuse-women-aid-workers-survey http://iasc.ch/system/files/hwn_background_paper.pdf mailto:holdsworth@un.org mailto:nmigeotte@ohchr.org
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Score: 522359.77 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...0Action%2016%20June%202017.pdf
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