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Page Paragraph Line 2           8 4 Delete the words “We have been advised, however, that”, and start sentence “Inasmuch as …”. 2 8 12 Substitute “ease” for “intensity”. 2 9 3 Insert “the” before “experience”. 5 2 10 Delete the word “Far”. 6 2 6 The word “frictions” to read “friction”. 6 3 4 The word . ”ambitions” to read“ambition”. 7 3 9 Substitute “a” for “the” so that end of sentence reads: “…with a few isolated places”. 8 1 2 Delete “the . ” at the end of line. 8 1 5 Substitute “government” for “govermments”. 8 1 7 Insert “that” after the word “stated”. 8 3 10 to read: “more than one report presented to the Constituent Assembly which we envisage. But it is…” 9 3 1 Substitute the word “stage” for“state” 9 3 2 Complete word at end of line to read “independent." 10 4 third sentence should read: “What I have been describing before .is, I said, what we call political parity”. 12 2 6 Substitute “before” for the “words “at one time”. 12 3 3 Substitute “Jews” for “persons”. 12 3 11 All of these would make up…”. 19 1 7 “a most important position…”. 21 2 13 & 14 Substitute “referee” for “umpire” in each case. 21 2 17 Add “from both ends  — after “You build a bridge this way — " 22 2 7 Substitute: “is” for “it”. 23 1 11 Insert “800,000” in place of “8,000”. 23 2 9 Alter “Kishan” to “Kushan”. 23 2 15 Substitute “where” for “when”. 25 2 10 Substitute “invented” for “invited”. 30 3 12 Substitute “25,000” for “5,000”. 31 2 11 Substitute “doubt” for “doubts”. 34 3 7 Change “a” to “as'' before “trustee”. 35 1 8 Add “forbidden” at end of line. 35 1 9 Add “as” at beginning of line. 38 2 15 Insert “the” before “trustees”. 39 1 10 Change “kin” to “hind”. 39 1 11 Alter “partition.” to “partitioned”. 39 2 2 & 3 Alter “partition” to “partitioned” in each line. 40 3 3 Change “large” to “larger”. 40 3 13 Insert a fullstop after “countries”, and start next sentence “But Jewish …” 42 1 3 End of line to .read: “…a definite function”. 42 3 4 End of first sentence to read “…and of its representative here.” 42 4 10 Change “people” to “peoples”. 43 1 14 Insert the words “and the Jews” after “Arabs”. 44 4 7 Sentence beginning “I think” to be altered to read “More of them, I think, …” 45 1 Substitute “purport” for “purpose”. 45 7 7 Delete the words “in this and that and in the next thing”. 45 7 8 Delete the word “Now”. 49 5 12 Delete hyphen between the words “be” and “this”. 64 3 5 Substitute “Ein Ganim” for “Beth Ganin”. 64 3 5 Insert “and” before “which”. 64 3 5 Delete the comma after the word“loyalties”. 69 4 2 Insert “and” after “moderates”. 71 3 23 Delete “the” before “Jewish history”.
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Score: 803166.06 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-210668/
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Substitution Lead sponsors: Th. Jakl, B. Perthen-Palmisano, M. Wittmann Chemical Policy Directorate, Ministry for the Environment, Austria IFCS/FSC/WG Substitution-Alternatives/ 04rev4 „Substitution and Alternatives” Forum VI Plenary Programme Plenary session Wednesday, 17 September 2008, 10h00-13h00 (t.b.c.) 180 minutes: eight (8) presentations of 15 minutes each, with 60 minutes for plenary discussion 1. (...) Substitution as a strategy of product development – as well as a driver for innovation (from stakeholder point of view) Speaker: Representative from private sector yet to be determined 6.
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Score: 802245.17 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...forums/forum6/subst_04rev4.doc
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Substitution Lead sponsors: Th. Jakl, B. Perthen-Palmisano, M. Wittmann Chemical Policy Directorate, Ministry for the Environment, Austria IFCS/FSC/WG Substitution-Alternatives/ 04rev4 „Substitution and Alternatives” Forum VI Plenary Programme Plenary session Wednesday, 17 September 2008, 10h00-13h00 (t.b.c.) 180 minutes: eight (8) presentations of 15 minutes each, with 60 minutes for plenary discussion 1. (...) Substitution as a strategy of product development – as well as a driver for innovation (from stakeholder point of view) Speaker: Representative from private sector yet to be determined 6.
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Score: 802245.17 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...gcommittee/79th_04rev4subs.doc
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Commencement 3 REPUBLIC OF VANUATU Assent 29 December 2000 Commencement 1 January 2001 BUSINESS LICENCE (AMENDMENT) ACT NO. 50 OF 2000 An Act to amend the Business Licence Act No. 19 of 1998 Be it enacted by the President and Parliament as follows- 1 Amendments The Business Licence Act No. 19 of 1998 is amended as set out in the Schedule. 2 Commencement This Act commences on 1 January 2001. 4 Schedule Amendments of Business Licence Act No. 19 of 1998 1 Schedule 1 (a) Delete “5 000”(wherever occurring), substitute “5 100”; (b) Delete “10 000”(wherever occurring), substitute “10 200”; (c) Delete “20 000”(wherever occurring), substitute “20 400”; (d) Delete “90 000”(wherever occurring), substitute “91 800”; (e) Delete “200 000”, substitute “204 000”; (f) Delete “300 000”, substitute “306 000”; (g) Delete “5 000 000”, substitute “5 100 000”.
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Score: 802053.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vut_e/WTACCVUT9A6_LEG_6B.pdf
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Sub-paragraph (c): for "Members" in line 2, substitute "any Member"; for "conditions" in line 4, substitute "requirements"; aid for "national" in line 6, substitute specified". (...) Article 30 Paragraph 1(a),lines 8 and 9: for "applied in this Charter to governmental measures" substitute "prescribed in this Charter for governmental measures". Paragraph 1(b), line 7: for "prices" substitute "price". Article 37 Delete the words "and those of sub-paragraph (b)" from the end of paragraph 3 (c).
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Score: 800104.6 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90040035.pdf
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Be it enacted by the President and Parliament as follows: 1 Amendment The Registration of United kingdom Trade Marks Act [CAP 81] is amended as set out in the Schedule. 2 Commencement This Act commences on the day on which it is published in the Gazette. 2 SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS OF THE REGISTRATION OF UNITED KINGDOM TRADE MARKS ACT [CAP 81] 1 Title Delete “UNITED KINGDOM”, substitute “EU”. 2 Section 1 Insert the following definitions in their correct alphabetical positions: “Comptroller means the Comptroller –General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks of a Member State, or the Government authority entrusted with the registration of trade marks in a Member State; EU means the European Union established by the Maastricht Treaty (formerly the Treaty on European Union); Member State means a country which is a Member State of the European Union;” 3 Section 1 (definition of “Registrar”) (a) Delete “United Kingdom” (b) Delete “who shall be a public servant.” 4 Section 1 (definition of “United kingdom”) Repeal the definition. 5 Section 2 Repeal the section, substitute “2. Application to register trade marks registered in EU member states If a person: (a) is a registered proprietor of a trade mark in a Member State; or (b) is a person deriving title from the registered proprietor by assignment or other transmission, by virtue of an entry in the register of trade marks kept under the law of the Member State or in accordance with the terms of a treaty, convention, arrangement, or agreement to which the Member State is a party, the person may apply, at any time during the period of registration in the Member State, to have the trade mark registered in Vanuatu in 3 respect of all or any of the goods or services for which the trade mark is registered in the Member State.” 6 Section 3 Delete the words “the Comptroller-General”, substitute “Comptroller of the Member State, giving full particulars of the registration of the trade mark in the Member State” 7 Section 4 (a) After “Registrar may” insert “on payment of the prescribed fee” (b) After “goods”, insert “or services” 8 Section 5 Repeal the section, substitute “5 Effect of certificate A registered proprietor of a trade mark in a Member State is entitled in Vanuatu to the privileges and rights in the use of the trademark in respect of the goods or services entered in the Register as mutatis mutandis would be conferred on him or her under the law of the Member State.” 9 Section 6 (a) Delete “United Kingdom” (wherever occurring), substitute “Member State” (b) After “goods”, insert “or services” 10 Section 8 Repeal the section, substitute “8 Jurisdiction of supreme court (1) This section applies if a person claims that his or her interest has been prejudicially affected by the issue of a certificate of registration in respect of a trademark. (2) On application by the person, the Supreme Court may declare that the exclusive privileges and rights conferred by the certificate have not been acquired. (3) The Supreme Court may declare on any grounds mutatis mutandis upon which the registration of a trademark may be revoked under the law of a Member State, in which the trademark is registered.” 11 Section 10 Repeal the section, substitute “10. Registered users Any person entered in the trade mark register of a Member State under the law of the Member State as: 4 (a) a registered user; or (b) a licencee, in relation to the use of a registered trade mark in respect of which a certificate of registration under this Act is in force, may apply to be registered in Vanuatu as a registered user of the trade mark in respect of all or any of the goods or services, subject to any conditions or restrictions entered in the trade mark register of the Member State.” 12 Section 11 (a) Delete “the United Kingdom Register of Trade Marks giving full particulars of the entry in the United Kingdom Register under the said section 28,” substitute “the Comptroller of the Member State giving full particulars of the entry in the register of trade marks kept under the law of the Member State,” (b) After “goods”, insert “or services” (c) Delete “United Kingdom” (third occurring), substitute “Member State” 13 Section 14 (heading) (a) Delete the heading, substitute “Renewal of registration” (b) Delete “United Kingdom” (wherever occurring), substitute “Member State” 14 Schedule Repeal the Schedule, substitute “SCHEDULE (section 12) The fees specified in the second column are to be paid in respect of the acts specified in the first column, corresponding to such fees.
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Score: 798831.45 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT14_LEG_37.pdf
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In its Response, the Prosecution objects to changing the confidential status of the Initial Motion and Addendum in its entirety, as well as a single phrase in the Substitution Decision 1 The confidential documents are: Prosecution Motion to Substitute Expert Witness with Annexes A and B, 19 August 2009 ("Initial Motion"); Prosecution's Addendum to Motion to Substitute Expert Witness with Annexes A and B, 7 September 2009 ("Addendum") (collectively, the "Original Motion"); Response to Prosecution's Addendum to Motion to Substitute Expert Witness, 11 September 2009 ("Original Motion Response"); Decision on Prosecution's Motion to Substitute Expert Witness, 17 September 2009 ("Substitution Decision"); Motion for Reconsideration of Trial Chamber Decision Regarding Substitution of Prosecution Expert Witness, 25 September 2009 ("Reconsideration Motion"); Prosecution's Response to Defence Motion for Reconsideration of Trial Chamber Decision Regarding Substitution of Prosecution Expert Witness', 29 September 2009 ("Reconsideration Response"); Decision on Motion for Reconsideration of Trial Chamber Decision Regarding Substitution of Prosecution Expert Witness, 1 October 2009 ("Reconsideration Decision"); Prosecution's Submission of Expert Report of Major General Mungo Melvin OBE with Annexes A and B, 12 October 2009 ("Submission"). (...) The Trial Chamber also deems it appropriate to lift the confidentiality of the Substitution Decision once it has been redacted.7 4 Response, para, 10. The Protected Phrase in the Substitution Decision is the one following the comma in the first sentence of paragraph 10. 5 Response, paras 8-9. 6 Response, para. 1. 7 The Trial Chamber will file a redacted Substitution Decision in due course.
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Score: 798831.45 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/perisic/tdec/en/091030.pdf
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Substitution Lead sponsors: Th. Jakl, B. Perthen-Palmisano, M. Wittmann Chemical Policy Directorate, Ministry for the Environment, Austria IFCS/FSC/WG Substitution-Alternatives/ 04rev3 Lead sponsors’ proposal 6February2008, following input from WG „Substitution and Alternatives” Forum VI Plenary Programme Plenary session Wednesday, 17 September 2008, 10h00-13h00 (t.b.c.) 180 minutes: eight (8) presentations of 15 minutes each, with 60 minutes for plenary discussion 1. (...) Substitution as a strategy of product development – as well as a driver for innovation (from stakeholder point of view) Speaker: Representative from private sector yet to be determined 6.
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Score: 798831.45 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ndingcommittee/subs_04rev3.doc
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Collateral, collateral law and collateral substitutes 9 2.1 Collateral 9 2.2 The functions of collateral 10 2.2.1 From the lender’s point of view 10 2.2.2 From the borrower’s point of view 12 2.3 Collateral substitute 13 2.4 Collateral law 15 3. (...) 20 3.2 How do collateral substitutes perform? 21 3.2.1 How widely are collateral substitutes being used? (...) In these instances, the loan contract could still be concluded with the help of a "substitute". 2.3 Collateral substitute "Collateral substitute" is an evasive notion.
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Score: 798444.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_117987.pdf
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Decision on motion for reconsideration of trial chamber decision regarding substitution of prosecution expert witness UNITED NATIONS IT- O'l-SI-T D ~3 S6 ~ ·J>~? (...) On 19 August 2009,2 the Prosecution filed its confidential "Prosecution Motion to Substitute Expert Witness with Annexes A and B" ("Initial Motion") followed on 7 September 2009 by the confidential "Prosecution's Addendum to Motion to Substitute Expert Witness with Annexes A and B" ("Addendum,,)3 (collectively, the "Original Motion"), whereby the Prosecution sought to amend its 65 ter list by substituting expert witness General Constantin Degeratu with Major General Mungo Melvin.4 2. On 17 September 2009, this Trial Chamber rendered its confidential "Decision on Prosecution's Motion to Substitute Expert Witness" ("Impugned Decision"), in which it granted the Original Motion, allowing the Prosecution to amend its 65 ter witness list by substituting expert witness Major General Melvin.5 11.
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Score: 798142.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/perisic/tdec/en/091001.pdf
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