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In Kashmir, saffron is traditionally cultivated in September by planting saffron corms after plough by hand dropping as a mixture of grades under traditional system for longer economic benefits. (...) Cultures, value systems and social organizations Saffron is part of the cultural heritage of the Region, according to the Kashmiri legends; saffron was brought to the region by two sufi ascetics, Khawja Masood wali. Saffron has traditionally been associated with the famous Kashmiri cuisine, its medicinal values and the rich cultural heritage of Kashmir.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...shmir/detailed-information/ru/
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You may well be the first post-provincial generation. Humanity is traditionally very provincial. Your vision and global outreach allow you to have the ability to think broader – broader than anyone in any prior generation. (...) You may well be the first post-provincial generation. Humanity is traditionally very provincial. Your vision and global outreach allow you to have the ability to think broader – broader than anyone in any prior generation.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.unicc.org/news/202...9-and-global-youth-leadership/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Young volunteers advocates for inclusive society in Pljevlja International Volunteer Day was traditionally celebrated in Pljevlja through the ceremony organized by the Day Care Centre for children with disabilities UNICEF Montenegro UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2013 Available in: Crnogorski English 16 December 2013 PLJEVLJA, Montenegro, 16 December 2013 - International Volunteer Day was traditionally celebrated in Pljevlja through the ceremony organized by the Day Care Centre for children with disabilities.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...tes-inclusive-society-pljevlja
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Integrating Cellular and VoIP Services Using In-Home Wireless Technologies Integrating Cellular and VoIP Services Using In-Home Wireless Technologies Cellular subscribers in the U.S. and elsewhere are increasingly using their cell phones at home, where cellular networks traditionally have relatively poor coverage. A trend towards wireless substitution for wireline telephony will likely drive home-based usage even further.
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Score: 699769.43 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...hnhs_0604_s7p4_em_abstract.doc
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In many African countries, for example, the custom is for rights to be entrusted to a custodian, who is responsible for distributing land amongst members of the community: “Traditionally land has been more about common ownership for the whole clan or community, and there was not really a notion of land rights.” (...) In Uganda, for example, we are supporting the government, so that it can deliver so-called ‘customer certificates’ to people living in areas which have traditionally had a custodian system of land rights.” (...) Combatting discrimination against women Another positive impact of mediation in DRC has been the protection of land rights for women. Traditionally, women face discrimination when it comes to land rights but, thanks to the UN initiatives, some progress is being made, and the process has also empowered them: “Most of the time, we were able to restore a bit of equality, helping women to get access to land in Ituri, North Kivu and South Kivu provinces.
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Score: 691865.23 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/05/1039151
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Almost all of the items mentioned are services that airlines traditionally provided to passengers as part of the ticket price for transportation, but which have more recently begun to be separately charged in order to give customers the option of whether to pay for them and to lower the basic ticket fare to attract additional business. (...) Thus, for example, bookings changes, checked baggage, seat assignment, in-flight meals, snacks or beverages, printing of boarding passes, frequent-flyer miles, lounge access, travel by unaccompanied minors, priority boarding, headsets, and access to fast track through security have all traditionally been services provided by airlines and have traditionally been included as part of the ticket fare for various classes of service.
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Score: 691865.23 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...10STM_LetterIATA_Article-8.pdf
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People from cultures like Bangladesh, where rice is traditionally consumed in large quantities, can be vulnerable to problems associated with an excessive consumption of arsenic-contaminated rice. (...) Professor Haris drew a comparison between relatively high instances of illness resulting from contaminated rice in Bangladesh and the high life expectancy of the Japanese, who also traditionally eat a lot of rice. The difference, he pointed out, is that the Japanese diet is much more diverse and includes a lot of fish and vegetables.
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Score: 687937.8 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/it/c/1410549/
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People from cultures like Bangladesh, where rice is traditionally consumed in large quantities, can be vulnerable to problems associated with an excessive consumption of arsenic-contaminated rice. (...) Professor Haris drew a comparison between relatively high instances of illness resulting from contaminated rice in Bangladesh and the high life expectancy of the Japanese, who also traditionally eat a lot of rice. The difference, he pointed out, is that the Japanese diet is much more diverse and includes a lot of fish and vegetables.
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Score: 687937.8 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/en/c/1410549/
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At the same time there is an increasing demand for labour in the traditionally female designated sectors of the labour market. It is exactly these sectors which are not traditionally considered as work and which are not — or only to a very limited extent — protected by labour laws.
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Score: 687937.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...a%20Strada%20International.pdf
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People from cultures like Bangladesh, where rice is traditionally consumed in large quantities, can be vulnerable to problems associated with an excessive consumption of arsenic-contaminated rice. (...) Professor Haris drew a comparison between relatively high instances of illness resulting from contaminated rice in Bangladesh and the high life expectancy of the Japanese, who also traditionally eat a lot of rice. The difference, he pointed out, is that the Japanese diet is much more diverse and includes a lot of fish and vegetables.
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Score: 687937.8 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/pt/c/1410549/
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