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the m ethod by which professional gardiens are pu t in charge of several children is now regarded (...) . In most of the Austrian provinces, a professional guardian is appointed for each judicial district (...) of economy, professional guardianship bodies have recently been set up covering a larger area
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Score: 578111.6 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-265-M-153-1932-IV_EN.pdf
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, they are trea ted as professional earnings (with a few exceptions, particularly in one country, where income (...) and paten ts is in the natu re of professional earnings in the case of heirs or assigns, just as m uch (...) as professional earnings or income from movable capital in the in ternational sphere, by following the rules
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Score: 569782.3 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-340-M-140-1930-II_EN.pdf
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effectives computed in accordance with Article 3 of the draft Convention : 1. Professional officers (...) of the land army (arms and services) 9,672 2. Professional non-commissioned officers of the land army (arms (...) . Officers of the reserve called up for a course of training , . 549 6. Professional non-commissioned
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Score: 568331.93 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-654-M-266-1931-IX_EN.pdf
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for the National Socialise State. "Accordingly, political professional organisations would in future find (...) ; to the Centre Party. In a speech delivered on Tuesday evening to the Police Admini­ stration Professional (...) of Police professional Unions,”which appear in its issue of November 2nd, 1933, the ’Danzigor
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Score: 564352.1 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ncilDocs/C-636-1933-VII_EN.pdf
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later. VII. Professional Facilities for Journalists. Two declarations by the Preparatory Committees (...) explain the spirit in which the requests for professional facilities are made ; (1) “ Although (...) safeguarding their professional dignity — 12 — and independence. All favours, therefore, the acceptance
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Score: 558515.33 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ncilMSD/C-231-M-93-1927_EN.pdf
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Geneva June 3rd 192^. SLAB 'BA SiîT PETITION FROM THE PROFESSIONAL UITirffl OF THE EMPLOYEES 07 (...) by the Professional Union of Saar Territory Mining Employe3s dated February 19 29 and (t) The decision (...) to you a petition submitted to the League of Nations by the Professional Union of Employees
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Score: 556348.2 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ilMSD/C-233-M-82-1929-I_EN.pdf
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reaistration of professional prostitutes and the compulsory medical examination for the;;; were retained (...) . Prostitution was, however, regulated until 1927. Up to that time, therefore, professional prostitutes had
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Score: 551947.2 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...lMSD/C-221-M-88-1934-IV_EN.pdf
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a good means of professional identification for journalists ravelling from one country to another (...) , at the same time, be a means of professional identification, and parti- v designed also to facilitate (...) of newspapers and of reptesentatives of the two large professional associations — the National Union
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Score: 551446.63 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...43(a)-N-55(a)-1929-VIII_EN.pdf
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, Surinam and Curaçao, is as follows : “ A ny person who, professionally or hab itua lly , knowingly (...) ust observe professional secrecy and m ay not divulge any information concerning their pa tien ts (...) establishm ents affording professional p ro stitu tes tem porary shelter an d an oppo rtun ity of reform
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Score: 550048.54 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-380-M-164-1930-IV_EN.pdf
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a meeting would be likely to promote its professional interests. Some of the replies also c o n ta (...) representatives not merely of professional journalists’ associations but also of newspaper-owmers and editors (...) , of agencies, and of official Press bureaux. He points out that professional journalists are scarcely
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Score: 549751.4 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...cilMSD/C-399-M-140-1926_EN.pdf
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