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m 2 209.0                                     ‐    b  Provide and apply 15mm cement and sand 1:4 external rendering and finishing coat to  concrete or stone masonry footing M2 18.9                                     ‐    4.2 Floor Finishing                                     ‐    Cement and sand (1;4) Screeds and backings                                    ‐    a Supply and lay 40mm thick cement sand screed  floor finish in two coats steel trowelled to a  smooth finish M 2 104                                     ‐    ELEMENT No.4 FINISHING ELEMENT No.3 WINDOWS Page 2/8 b Supply, lay and finish  Step and ramp using  stones for foundation, plain conc and cement  paste finishing. M 3 3.0                                     ‐    4.3 Floor Finishing                                     ‐    Ceiling works                                    ‐    Provide and fixing of ceiling board framework  with fiber tapes and coverings                                    ‐    a Treated timber branderings 50 x50mm M 469.0                                     ‐    b Gypsum board  M 2 104.0                                     ‐    Sub Total for Element No.4 Finishing                                    ‐    Painting work                                    ‐    Painting for internal wall should be 4‐6mm thick  skim to walls and prepare surface to receive  painting by using gypsum powrder for internal  and white cement for external walls mixed with  emmulsion paint and cover white emulsion  paint at ratio of 3:1 at first coat and ratio of 2:1  for the second coat. Smooth wallbefore applying  undercoat primer and two coat of                                     ‐    a externally ‐ using white cement.for internal wall  use gypsum powder. Apply three coat, smooth  the walls then apply undercoat followed by  wheatherguard painting m2 103.6                                     ‐    b Apply three coats of gypsum powder on ceiling  board, smooth it  M2 103.8                                     ‐    c Prepare the surface and apply 3 coats of emulsion paint to ceiling board M 2 103.8                                     ‐    d Prepare the surface and apply 3‐ coats of vinyl  silk emulsion paint to internal and weather  gurard to external walls of the building M2 207.2                                     ‐    e Provide and apply 2 coats of bituminous paint to plinth area of the building M2 18.9                                     ‐    Sub Total for Element No.5 Painting and  Decorations                                    ‐    Supply and install  Swing set with 3 swings, pc 1                                    ‐    Supply and install  2 See saws mounted on single  frame  one not less 150cm pc 2                                    ‐    Supply and install one ladder and slide; height  not less than 200cm  pc 1                                    ‐    Supply mats in the classroom pc 5                                    ‐    Assorted learning materials ‐ story books,   picture books, basic stationaries (to be  purchased in consultation with UNESCO) Package 1             500,000                    500,000.00   6. 
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Score: 1903120 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de.../boq-cbecd-kasulu-20211012.pdf
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DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 1 TO THE 03 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 36, PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES
Unless otherwise stated, all measurements shall be made when the vehicle is at its unladen kerb mass (MK) (kg) and it is standing on a smooth and horizontal ground surface. If a kneeling system is fitted to the vehicle, it shall not be in operation. 2.25. (...) The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)." (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)."
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Score: 1321936.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TRANS/WP.29/576&Lang=E
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AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR WHEELED VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS ... REGULATION NO. 36, UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF LARGE PASSENGER VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THEIR GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
Unless otherwise stated, all measurements shall be made when the vehicle is at its unladen kerb mass (MK) (kg) and it is standing on a smooth and horizontal ground surface. If a kneeling system is fitted to the vehicle, it shall not be in operation. 2.25. (...) The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)." (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)."
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Score: 1293519.8 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE....1/ADD.35/REV.1/AMEND.1&LANG=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 52, SMALL CAPACITY PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES / TRANSMITTED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/1999/15 page 3 smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).” (...) When the structural thickness of the roof is more than 150 mm, the smaller section of the pyramid shall contact the aperture area of the escape hatch at the level of the outside surface of the roof.” (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle in standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).”
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Score: 1257988.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/1999/15&Lang=E
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The three components appear to be merging and receding into one another, giving the entire mass a smooth and sweeping profile. Thailand had known many types of stupa, as is especially evidenced from archaeological remains of the Dvaravati period59, but was still experimenting with various forms until the 14th century when a completely new formula emerged. (...) The image-shrines of the early Anuradhapura period probably had a timber roof resting on brick walls and stone columns. Image-shrines with vaulted brick roof began to appear around the 8th century 62 , and continued to be built in the Polonnaruva period. (...) The crowning element of the Nanda displays a blend between a stupa and a multistoried roof of Northeast Indian temples. In the case of the Thatbyinnu, the crowning element looks more like a stupa, having a smooth body but displaying, on the other hand, a squarish section typical of the tower roofs of Northeast India.
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Score: 1253984.8 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...n_south_and_southeast_asia.pdf
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 107, DOUBLE-DECK PASSENGER VEHICLES / TRANSMITTED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).” (...) When the structural thickness of the roof is more than 150 mm, the smaller section of the pyramid shall contact the aperture area of the escape hatch at the level of the outside surface of the roof.” (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).”
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Score: 1250318 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/1999/16&Lang=E
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INTERPRETATION OF EXTERNAL SURFACE AREA MEASUREMENT FOR PANEL VANS
The existing text of the ATP is not practical for the measurement of the external surface area of insulated vans for all shapes and sizes of vehicle. The smooth contours of a van body make it difficult to establish the most accurate point from which to take measurements. (...) WIc is the internal width along the roof a is the height of the vertical edge from the floor b is either the height between the bottom of the vertical edge and the roof or between the top of the wheel arch and the top of the vertical edge from the floor. ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2015/2 3 c is the height between the roof and point b Along with the two formulae for the X and Z axes of the internal surface: LI = ((LIa x a) + (LIb + LIc) / 2 x b + (LIc x c)) / (a + b + c) Where: LIa is the internal length along the floor LIb is the internal length above the wheel arches LIc is the internal length along the roof a is the height between LIa and LIb b is the height between LIb and LIc c is the height between LIc and the roof Wi = (Wi back + Wi front) / 2 Where: Wi back is the width at the bulkhead Wi front is the width at the door end The external surface area is calculated using the formulae below WE = WI + declared mean thickness LE = LI + declared mean thickness We= Wi + declared mean thickness Method C.
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Score: 1246113.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2015/2&Lang=E
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. • The building’s shape and features such as roofs, shading devices etc. can also prevent daylight from illuminating a space. (...) Fig. 03: Examples of building plans with good access to natural light Fig. 04: top lighting strategies aperture: Toplighting strategies (Fig. 04) permit daylight into a space generally from above via glazed openings in the roof, which protect the interior space from the elements. (...) Dark coloured surfaces absorb light therefore reducing the daylight quality. • Rough textures create diffuse light while smooth or glossy surfaces create reflected light.
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Score: 1196680.5 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/default/files/2020/07/gh070e.pdf
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REGULATION NO. 118, BURNING BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS : PROPOSAL FOR 02 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 118 / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERTS FROM FRANCE AND GERMANY
"Material installed in a vertical position" means materials installed in the vehicle such that its slope exceeds 15% from the horizontal when the vehicle ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2009/6 page 4 is at its mass in running order and it is standing on a smooth and horizontal ground surface." Paragraphs 3.3.2 to 3.3.3.1., amend to read: "3.3.2. (...) The following materials shall undergo the test described in Annex 7 to this Regulation: (a) material(s) and composite material(s) installed more than 500 mm above the seat cushion and in the roof of the vehicle, used for the interior lining of the roof, (b) insulation material(s) installed in the engine compartment and any separate heating compartment. (b) material(s) used for the interior lining of the luggage-racks, heating and ventilation pipes situated in the roof, (c) material(s) used for the lights situated in the luggage-racks and/or roof.
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Score: 1193229.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2009/6&Lang=E
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On the day of adoption of this resolution, Bhutan will enter the standard (normally three-year) grace period during which the country retains its LDC status and is expected to negotiate, with its development partners, a "smooth transition" to post-LDC status. NB: The adverb "normally" qualifying the action of the CDP, ECOSOC and the General Assembly indicates that the relevant decisions by these three bodies are expected to take place in accordance with a "normal" calendar. (...) Yet it may continue, for a period of time, to have the benefit of LDC treatment under "smooth transition" measures. There are two types of smooth transition measures: (i) those that are negotiated with development partners on a case-by-case basis; and (ii) those that are systemic, i.e. established for all graduating LDCs and automatically extended to them. 1. (...) In other Dzongkhags, there were reports of damage on roofs and crops. Dec. 2015 Lunana, Gasa The roofs of 59 houses were damaged.
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Score: 1192784.2 - https://www.un.org/development...ds/sites/45/CDP-PL-2018-6a.pdf
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