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You will require the following supplies: one piece of 10 to 15 mm plywood sheet, if possible "marine" quality, 130 x 90 cm; 15-mm wooden boards, 10 cm wide: 2 pieces 140 cm long (A) 2 pieces   87 cm long (B) 3 pieces   60 cm long (C) 2 pieces   30 cm long (D) 2 pieces   20 cm long (E) strong wooden pieces, at least 2 x 4 cm: 4 pieces 105 cm long (F) 2 pieces 130 cm long (G) 4 pieces 110 cm long (H) bolts and nuts: two pieces 8 cm long, 8 mm diameter; nails and screws for assembling the table; white or grey paint, preferably for swimming pools (thick and plastified), and brush. (...) To apply this method, you require: a good water flow; a well-designed grading structure; and a series of grading panels. (a) The water flow should be sufficient to create a good current within the grading structure. (...) (b) Start the water flowing through the structure. (c) Put the batch of fish to be graded in the downstream end of the structure.
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Score: 1159081.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/x6709e/x6709e12.htm
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You will require the following supplies: one piece of 10 to 15 mm plywood sheet, if possible "marine" quality, 130 x 90 cm; 15-mm wooden boards, 10 cm wide: 2 pieces 140 cm long (A) 2 pieces   87 cm long (B) 3 pieces   60 cm long (C) 2 pieces   30 cm long (D) 2 pieces   20 cm long (E) strong wooden pieces, at least 2 x 4 cm: 4 pieces 105 cm long (F) 2 pieces 130 cm long (G) 4 pieces 110 cm long (H) bolts and nuts: two pieces 8 cm long, 8 mm diameter; nails and screws for assembling the table; white or grey paint, preferably for swimming pools (thick and plastified), and brush. (...) To apply this method, you require: a good water flow; a well-designed grading structure; and a series of grading panels. (a) The water flow should be sufficient to create a good current within the grading structure. (...) (b) Start the water flowing through the structure. (c) Put the batch of fish to be graded in the downstream end of the structure.
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Score: 1159081.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6709e/x6709e12.htm
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Home Review of Progress Made in Structural Economic Transformation in Euro-Asian LLDCs (2019) Review of Progress Made in Structural Economic Transformation in Euro-Asian LLDCs (2019) kazakhstan_photo_kubat_sydykov_world_bank.jpg The picture of concrete production plant Copyright:  Kubat Sydykov / World Bank This paper reviews progress made by LLDCs in Asia and Europe in structural economic transformation (Priority 5 of the Vienna Program of Action - VPoA ). (...) Furthermore, highlights on structural transformations in selected countries are provided. Based on available individual country reports, highlights on domestic policies for structural transformation are presented. More importantly, the report proposes an overall policy framework for structural transformation.  
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Score: 1105550 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/node/1367
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Home Review of Progress Made in Structural Economic Transformation in Euro-Asian LLDCs (2019) Review of Progress Made in Structural Economic Transformation in Euro-Asian LLDCs (2019) kazakhstan_photo_kubat_sydykov_world_bank.jpg The picture of concrete production plant Copyright:  Kubat Sydykov / World Bank This paper reviews progress made by LLDCs in Asia and Europe in structural economic transformation (Priority 5 of the Vienna Program of Action - VPoA ). (...) Furthermore, highlights on structural transformations in selected countries are provided. Based on available individual country reports, highlights on domestic policies for structural transformation are presented. More importantly, the report proposes an overall policy framework for structural transformation.  
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Score: 1105550 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/news...ormation-euro-asian-lldcs-2019
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The information note is limited to definition of grading criteria for structural and construction timbers. TIMBER GRADING Overview Timber dimensions Structural strength classification The following information on timber grading is provided : 1. (...) A classification system for sorting timber by its structural strength is shown in the table on the next page. (...) Twisting : the spiral distortion of a piece of sawn timber; it may be accompanied by either bowing, spring or both.
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Score: 1096393 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/1...b879201dab11d49a0288960124.pdf
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1 UN/POP/EGM-CPD50/2016/INF.1 18 August 2016 UNITED NATIONS EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON CHANGING POPULATION AGE STRUCTURES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Population Division Department of Economic and Social Affairs United Nations Secretariat New York 13-14 October 2016 CONCEPT NOTE The world population is experiencing a historical shift in its age distribution, from the mostly young age structures of the past, towards larger proportions of middle-aged and older persons in the present and future decades. (...) In consideration of these major global demographic trends and their impacts on development, the Commission on Population and Development decided that the special theme of its 50th session, which will take place in New York from 3 to 7 April, 2017, would be “Changing population age structures and sustainable development”. The Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (1994) recognized the importance of changing age structures for understanding and implementing policies and programmes to achieve the goals of the Programme of Action. (...) The meeting will also provide substantive material for the preparation of the report of the Secretary-General on the special theme of 50th session of the Commission on Population and Development, “Changing population age structures and sustainable development”. UN/POP/EGM-CPD50/2016/INF.1 The Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (1994) recognized the importance of changing age structures for understanding and implementing policies and programmes to achieve the goals of the Programme of Acti...
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Score: 1088618 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../pdf/expert/25/ConceptNote.pdf
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Piecing together a physical flow account for plastic material (Statistics Canada) | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Media Documents More options Media Executive Secretary Blog Press Releases News COVID-19 News & Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE weekly Videos Piecing together a physical flow account for plastic material (Statistics Canada) Languages and translations English File type1 S2_3_StatCan_rev_0.pdf (application/pdf, 3.21 MB) This document is associated with the following: Event Joint Statistics Canada / UNECE online seminar on measuring circular economy: The stats we need and how to get them Downloads English S2_3_StatCan_rev_0.pdf Document Information Published: 10/12/2021 Updated 15/12/2021 Document Symbol: Presentation Document Categories: Presentations ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 1082385.45 - https://unece.org/statistics/d...hysical-flow-account-plastic-0
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These 11 collections are separately kept by Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (6555 pieces); Institute of History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (2024 pieces); China National Library (34783 pieces); Beijing Palace Museum (22463 pieces); Peking University Library (2980 pieces); Tsinghua University Library (1755 pieces); Shanghai Museum (4905 pieces); Nanjing Museum (2870 pieces); Shandong Provincial Museum (10518 pieces); Lvshun Museum (2231 pieces); and Tianjin Museum (1769 pieces).Their source origins and collecting processes were clearly recorded, the procedure of collecting was conformed to standards, and the archival records are clear to access. (...) Since their discovery in 1899, the number of oracle bone inscriptions has been up to about 150,000 pieces. They were scattered all over the world. There are more than 90,000 pieces in China, and more than 30,000 pieces in Taiwan. 7,999 pieces in Japan. 7,407 pieces in Canada. 3,141 pieces in Britain. 1,860 pieces in USA. 851 pieces in Germany. 200 in Russia. 111 in Sweden. 69 in Switzerland. 59 in France. 28 in Singapore. 10 in Netherlands. 10 in New Zealand. 7 in Belgium. 7 in South Korean. (...) Fortunately, broken inscriptions could be complemented according to buci tongwenlib 卜辞同文例(similar wording or language structures of different pieces of inscriptions), and so their meanings could be figured out completely.
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Score: 1082148.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ult/files/china_oracle_eng.pdf
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In essence, this relies on SKOS to model items, their properties and the hierarchical structure of the classification, and on XKOS to model pieces of information that are specific to statistical classifications. (...) On the contrary, if XKOS is used, that very same piece of information is made explicity by an entity of rdf:type xkos:Correspondence . (...) Metadata By metadata, we mean all pieces of information concerning the object at hand, such as title, author, abstract, (aka descriptive metadata), versioning information (aka structural metadata), date of creation or licence (aka administrative metadata).
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Score: 1079568 - https://www.fao.org/statistics...tation-rdf-modelling-adopted-0
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In essence, this relies on SKOS to model items, their properties and the hierarchical structure of the classification, and on XKOS to model pieces of information that are specific to statistical classifications. (...) On the contrary, if XKOS is used, that very same piece of information is made explicity by an entity of rdf:type xkos:Correspondence . (...) Metadata By metadata, we mean all pieces of information concerning the object at hand, such as title, author, abstract, (aka descriptive metadata), versioning information (aka structural metadata), date of creation or licence (aka administrative metadata).
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Score: 1039642 - https://www.fao.org/statistics/caliper/web/rdf-modelling
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