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This Act constitutes a kind of a “mining code” and forms a basis for issuing of over 30 secondary legislation acts that regulate a whole spectrum of detailed issues such as: occupational health and safety, management of operation and specialist fire protection in underground mining facilities (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 28 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 139, item 1169, as amended), occupational health and safety, management of operation and specialist fire protection in strip mining facilities that extract basic mineral resources (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 17 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 96, item 858, as amended), occupational health and safety, management of operation and specialist fire protection in mining facilities extracting mineral resources via boreholes (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 28 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 109, item 961, as amended), occupational health and safety, management of operation and specialist fire protection in strip mining facilities that extract common mineral resources (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 28 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 109, item 962, as amended), the register of mining areas (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 21 May 2005; Journal of Laws No. 135, item 1131), mine rescue services (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 12 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 94, item 838, as amended), deposits of deep ground waters classified as brines, medicinal and thermal waters and deposits of other medicinal mineral resources, as well as classification of common mineral resources of specific deposits or geological units into basic mineral resources (Regulation of the Council of Ministers dated 14 February 2006; Journal of Laws No. 32, item 220, as amended), underground landfills (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 16 June 2005; Journal of Laws No. 110, item 935), criteria and procedures for allowing waste into underground dumps (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 22 August 2007; Journal of Laws No. 163, item 1156), types of waste that can be non-selectively stored in underground landfills (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 26 October 2007; Journal of Laws No. 209, item 1514), detailed requirements that should be met by projects for deposits development (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 27 June 2005; Journal of Laws No. 128, item 1075), covering specific underground works performed with the use of mining technique with the provisions of Geological and Mining Law (Regulation of the Council of Ministers dated 23 April 2002; Journal of Laws No. 62, item 561, as amended), operating plans for mining facilities (Regulation of the Minister of Interior and Administration dated 14 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 94, item 840, as amended), natural hazards in mining facilities (Regulation of the Minister of Interior and Administration dated 30 April 2004; Journal of Laws No. 99, item 1003, as amended), storage and use of blasting materials and equipment in mining facilities (Regulation of the Minister of Economy, Labour and Social Policy and Administration dated 1 April 2003; Journal of Laws No. 72, item 655), detailed rules for creation and functioning of mining plant liquidation fund (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 24 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 108, item 951), gathering and making available geological samples and records (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 19 December 2001; Journal of Laws No. 153, item 1780), method and scope of performing the duty by the contractor operating geological works to make available and to transfer information and samples to geological administration authorities (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 19 December 2001; Journal of Laws No. 153, item 1781), geological works projects (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 19 December 2001; Journal of Laws No. 153, item 1777), cut-off parameters criteria for mineral resources deposits (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 18 December 2001; Journal of Laws No. 153, item 1774, as amended), specific requirements that should be met by geological records of mineral resources deposits (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 6 July 2005; Journal of Laws No. 136, item 1151, as amended), specific requirements that should be met by hydro-geological and geological- engineering records (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 3 October 2005; Journal of Laws No. 201, item 1673), specification of cases, in which it is required to prepare other geological records (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 23 June 2005; Journal of Laws No. 116, item 983), specific requirements that should be met by register surveys of mineral resources deposits (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 20 June 2005; Journal of Laws No. 116, item 979), disposing of a right to geological information against remuneration and making available geological information used free of charge (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 19 June 2006; Journal of Laws No. 124, item 865), measurement and geological records (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 19 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 92, item 819), qualifications required of managers and supervisors of mining facilities operation, mine surveyor and mine geologist and list of positions in mining plant operation that require specific qualifications (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 11 June 2002; Journal of Laws No. 84, item 755, as amended), qualifications required of managers and experts performing activities within the scope of mining rescue services (Regulation of the Minister of Economy dated 15 December 2005; Journal of Laws No. 261, item 2186, as amended), royalty rates (Regulation of the Council of Ministers dated 17 November 2008; Journal of Laws No. 215, item 1357), sample forms of information regarding royalty for extracted mineral resources (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 3 December 2001; Journal of Laws No. 153, item 1773), sample forms of information regarding tankless warehousing of substances and storage of waste (Regulation of the Minister of Environment dated 20 June 2005; Journal of Laws No. 116, item 980, as amended), Apart from the indicated Act – Geological and Mining Law and regulations issued on its basis a large number of other legal acts exist that regulate directly or indirectly the detailed rules of environmental protection in relation with management of mineral resources. (...) Considerable part of the activity regulated by the Act (searching for or recognition of mineral resources deposits, extraction of mineral resources from deposits, tankless storage of substances and storage of waste in rock mass including underground mining workings) is subject to getting a concession. (...) In terms of the sustainable development rule of extreme importance is the obligation to create a mining plant liquidation fund, which is imposed on the entrepreneur that was granted a concession for mineral resource extraction, tankless storage or storage of waste in the rock body.
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Score: 980212.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...ionalReports/poland/mining.pdf
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Insulation for domestic hot water and heating pipes ............................................................... 4 4. Photos of insulation for domestic hot water and heating pipes .............................................. 5 STANDARD FOR INSULATION OF CHILLED WATER, HEATING, COLD WATER AND DOMESTIC HOT WATER PIPES STANDARD FOR INSULATION OF CHILLED WATER, HEATING, COLD WATER AND DOMESTIC HOT WATER PIPES Page 2/ 5 20/11/2008 1. (...) Valves must remain accessible and operated easily (see Photos 11 and 12). - A coloured PVC sleeve must be glued to the end of each supply pipe, red for domestic hot water supply pipes and orange for the hot water loop circuit (see Photo 12).
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Score: 936329.1 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...e_Version-du-20-11-2008_EN.pdf
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SMR 2014 Initial Results ATM SG/2-WP/18 26/11/2015 International Civil Aviation Organization MIDANPIRG Sub Group Second Meeting (ATM SG/2) (Cairo, Egypt, 30 November - 03 December 2015) Agenda Item 6: RVSM Operations and Monitoring Activities in the MID Region MIDRMA AIRSPACE COLLISION RISK HOT-SPOT ANALYSIS SOFTWARE (Presented by MIDRMA) SUMMARY This working paper details information concerning the MIDRMA Airspace Collision Risk Hot-spot Analysis Software developed to identify bottlenecks/hot-spots in the ICAO Middle East RVSM Airspace, to ensure that the risk of collision is not increased under certain traffic conditions. (...) This requires identification of bottlenecks/hot-spots in airspace and traffic flow, to ensure that the risk of collision is not increased under certain traffic conditions. 2.3 Present day Collision Risk Models (CRMs) focus more on statistical distribution of deviation from planned path, rather than on the nature and characteristic of traffic events that lead to collision risk. (...) Hot-spots are often located where different traffic flows converged, both in space and time, in the same airspace. 2.5.2.2 Hot-spot Modelling A number of techniques will be used to identify areas in the Middle East airspaces where the Total Vertical Collision risk is high (i.e. hot-spots).
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Score: 935596.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/ATM%20SG2/WP18.pdf
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With this new knowledge and capability, RASG-PA has the responsibility of protecting the security of the data, fostering the use and growth of these tools, and at the same time making effective use of it. Now that safety “Hot-Spots” have been identified in the region using this information, IATA proposes a procedure to make “Tactical” use of it to implement safety barriers and/or solve identified problems at these locations. (...) Action: The RASG-PA ESC is invited to discuss this proposal and implement this procedure to tackle Hot-Spots in the region. Strategic Objectives:  Safety  Air Navigation Capacity and Efficiency References:  none 1. (...) We need to help them drive the necessary change with the right safety information, analysis capability, resources and effectiveness tracking. 2.3 For this RASG-PA would have to implement an internal process that could follow this general guidelines proposed by IATA:  Intelligence Gathering (IAT) o Yearly review of ASIAS and GADM information to identify Hot-Spots  Hot-Sport validations and prioritization (ESC)  Assignment of Hot-Spots to Champions (ESC)  Creation of a RASG-PA Hot-Spot specific “Tactical Team” (Champion)  Initial visit to Hot-Spot (Tactical Team) o Presentation of the identified issue to local stakeholders  Hot-Spot deep dive analysis (Tactical Team) o Use IAT information plus local information, intelligence and operational experience to analyse issue  Development of safety enhancements (Tactical Team) o Safety enhancements might include work like airspace redesign, infrastructure changes, training, etc.
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Score: 930342.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASGPAESC23/RASGPAESC23WP04.pdf
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Action:  The  RASG‐PA  PA‐RAST/27is  invited  to  discuss  this  proposal  and  implement this procedure to tackle Hot‐Spots in the region.    Strategic  Objectives:   Safety        1.  (...) We need  to help  them drive  the necessary  change with the right safety information, analysis capability, resources and effectiveness tracking.    2.3 For  this, RASG‐PA would have  to  implement an  internal process  that could  follow  this  general guidelines proposed by IATA:     Intelligence Gathering (IAT)  o Yearly review of ASIAS and GADM information to identify Hot‐Spots    Hot‐Sport validations and prioritization (ESC)   Assignment of  Hot‐Spots to Champions (ESC)   Creation of a RASG‐PA Hot‐Spot specific “Tactical Team” (Champion)   Initial visit to Hot‐Spot (Tactical Team)  o Presentation of the identified issue to local stakeholders    Hot‐Spot deep dive analysis (Tactical Team)  o Use IAT information plus local information, intelligence and operational  experience  to  analyse  issue    PA‐RAST/27 — WP/02  — 3 —     Development of safety enhancements (Tactical Team)  o Safety  enhancements  might  include  work  like  airspace  redesign,  infrastructure changes, training, etc. They will require resources   Validation of safety enhancements and resource allocation (ESC)   Implementation of safety enhancements (Tactical Team)   Yearly progress tracking (IAT)   Yearly report to ESC (Champion)    3 Action    3.1    The RASG‐PA PA‐RAST is invited to discuss this proposal and implement this procedure  to tackle Hot‐Spots in the region.        — END — 
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Score: 930342.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...017/PARAST27/PA-RAST27WP02.pdf
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The ongoing pandemic amplifies the health risks of hot weather for many people, including those also at risk of COVID-19. Countries and communities therefore need to prepare now for a hot summer, according to experts from the Global Heat Health Information Network ( GHHIN ).  (...) COVID-19 has amplified the risks of hot weather for many at-risk groups who are vulnerable to both COVID-19 and heat stress.
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Score: 929551.6 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...on-hot-weather-during-covid-19
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This form has two data entry sheets: for houses and appartments BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Item Name Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 15-35 35-60 20-40 40-60 160-380 380-650 220-430 430-650 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m 2 150 Annual rent per m 2 133 ExampleDATA ENTRY Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing DATA FORM: RENTALS BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Item Name Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 15-35 35-60 20-40 40-60 160-380 380-650 220-430 430-650 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m 2 150 Annual rent per m 2 133 ExampleDATA ENTRY Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing The information to be completed for each type of dwelling is as follows: 1. annual rental price (average) 2. size of the house in m2 (average) 3. annual rental price per m2 DATA FORM: RENTALS BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing Information is requested on different types of dwellings, which must include the listed facilities The rental price excludes the costs associated with furniture, maintenance services, water, energy and gas supply; and any subsidy DATA FORM: RENTALS Note that dwellings differ in size (m2 / square feet) and there is a range for each type of dwelling e.g. (...) BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing DATA FORM: RENTALS BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing 1.
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Score: 925285.45 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...housing-rental-survey-form.pdf
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Buonomo, Chief BR-SGD English Español Français عربي 中文 Русский Hot topics in ITU-R Study Group 1 Mr. W. Sayed, Chairman ITU-R SG 1 English Español Français عربي 中文 Русский Hot topics in ITU-R Study Group 3 Ms. (...) Wilson, Chairman ITU-R SG 3 English Español Français عربي 中文 Русский Hot topics in ITU-R Study Group 4 Mr. N. Malaguti, Counselor ITU-R SG 4 English Español Français عربي 中文 Русский Hot topics in ITU-R Study Group 5 Mr. (...) Loewenstein, Counselor ITU-R SG 5 English Español Français عربي 中文 Русский Hot topics in ITU-R Study Group 6 Mr. R. Chang, Counselor ITU-R SG 6 English Español Français عربي 中文 Русский Hot topics in ITU-R Study Group 7 Mr.
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Score: 924088 - https://www.itu.int/bestofwrs/sessions/itu-r-study-groups/
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Volcanic activity along the axis of the ocean ridge creates new seafloor in the process of seafloor spreading and produces hot springs. Similar volcanic activity and hot springs are associated with the volcanic island chains that rim the western margin of the Pacific Ocean. 2) Biodiversity: The hot spring provide chemical energy used by microbes to manufacture carbohydrates (sugars and starches) to nourish themselves. The microbes are at the base of a food chain that supports over 500 species of animals all new to science that live at the hot springs. The “heat-loving “ microbes at the hot springs are important both for understanding the origin of life and as a source of commercially useful compounds with growing applications for industry and medicine. The same hot springs that provide chemical energy to the microbes also transport the metals that are deposited as polymetallic sulfides.
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Score: 919271.1 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c..._process/documents/5p_rona.pdf
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We read this provision as allowing the authority to take 1 Section 733(e)(1) of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, requires the United States' authorities to make certain preliminary determinations in a case in which a petitioner requests the imposition of anti- dumping duties retroactively for 90 days prior to a preliminary determination of dumping. Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.139. 2 Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.150. 3 Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.168. (...) We therefore consider that the US statute, as it has been applied is not inconsistent with the requirement of the AD Agreement that the investigating authority must have sufficient evidence of the conditions of Article 10.6 before taking measures necessary to collect the duties retroactively." Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.144. 6 Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.155. 7 Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.158. 8 Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, para. 7.160. (...) See paragraph 4 above. _____ Current as of: June 2021 11 Panel Report, US – Hot-Rolled Steel, paras. 7.165-7.168.
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Score: 911137 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...7_e/anti_dumping_art10_jur.pdf
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