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The table mountains of Västergötland have provided the conditions for completely unique natural environments. The variation in rocks and composition of the bedrock make for an unusually large variation in ecosystems. (...) Several remarkable and unique geological features are easily accessible in the geopark, together representing a time span of around 1.7 billion years. (...) The peneplain is easily accessible in the geopark, including at localities where the transition from gneiss to the first Cambrian strata can be studied in cross-section, an option that is unique in its availability for scientists and the public. 3.
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Score: 1283553.9 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de..._2020_english-platabergens.pdf
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However, in this instance, the treatment of the naturally flowing folds of the garments and the slightly bent posture of the attendants reflects the Chinese Tang sculptural style of the late 7 th and early 8 th century AD. In some cases, variations unique to Korean arts were added to Buddha images. (...) From this Indian inspired type of image, unique variations developed in the Korean region including a modification to the wearing of the garment by covering both shoulders and the addition of an undergarment sometimes tied around the waist. (...) With its origins in India, modifications in Central Asia and China, Buddhist sculpture reached the Korean Peninsula via the Silk Roads where these existing influences interacted with local variations to create a unique artistic form, a true testament to the shared heritage of the Silk Roads.  
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Score: 1220431.4 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...silk-roads-korean-buddhist-art
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While this pattern is common, Canada’s recent fertility history is unique. The current TFR is lower than in Nordic or other English-speaking countries, but higher than in the very low-fertility countries of Europe and East Asia. Canada’s unique fertility pattern appears to result from broad variation across the provinces. (...) Brauner-Otto (forthcoming), Canadian fertility trends and policies: A story of provincial variation. In Ronald R. Rindfuss and Minja Kim Choe (Eds.), Low Fertility, Institutions, and Their Policies: Variations across Industrialized Countries.
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Score: 1214655 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...24/Policy_Briefs/PB_Canada.pdf
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Perishable Products & Flowers DIRECTORATE FOOD SAFETY & QUALITY ASSURANCEDIRECTORATE FOOD SAFETY & QUALITY ASSURANCE 2 INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION South Africa- major exporter of fresh fruit and vegetables to a variety of international markets Various international quality standards exist • Statutory & private Complying presents` unique challenges to producers competent authorities mandated to All these standards require the same basic quality assurance The role of the South African Department of Agriculture (Directorate Food Safety & Quality Assurance): 3 South Africa as major exporter: 1900-1994South Africa as major exporter: 1900-1994 4 South Africa as major exporter: 1994-presentSouth Africa as major exporter: 1994-present 5 South Africa as major exporter: Citrus data 2006South Africa as major exporter: Citrus data 2006 Country ProductionVolumes* Yield/hectare (kg/Ha) Area harvested (Ha) Brazil 20202135.00 - - China 16019500.00 13452.38 84000.00 United States of America 10436251.00 24191.67 1200.00 Mexico 6735231.00 3934.24 10067.00 Spain 5360100.00 15000.00 1000.00 India 4750000.00 13756.91 8215.00 Iran, Islamic Rep of 3825000.00 17372.30 4115.00 Italy 3397842.00 19977.43 1462.00 Nigeria 3250000.00 4514.36 731000.00 Egypt 2797600.00 15350.28 177.00 Kenya 135000.00 6431.02 20992.00 Tanzania, United Rep of 39993.00 5464.27 7319.00 South Africa 7081.10 18344.56 386.00 Malawi 2429.00 7360.61 330.00 Ethiopia 1195.00 5800.97 206.00 Mauritius 475.00 4166.67 114.00 Zimbabwe 399.00 6879.31 58.00 Swaziland 300.00 5000.00 60.00 6 South Africa as major exporter: 1994-presentSouth Africa as major exporter: 1994-present 7 Various International Quality Standards Exist – Statutory & Private Various International Quality Standards Exist – Statutory & Private 8 Various International Quality Standards Exist – Statutory & Private Various International Quality Standards Exist – Statutory & Private Statutory: • EC Regulations • UNECE • Codex Alimentarius • OECD Private: • Retailer specific quality standards i.e. – Tesco, Sainsbury, Ahold, Albert Hein, Marks and Spencer (M & S), Carrefour, Migros Food safety and qaulity standards • TESCO: Natures Choice • CMI: BRC • SQF • Globalgap 9 Complying With These Standards Presents Unique Challenges Complying With These Standards Presents Unique Challenges 10 Complying With These Standards Presents Unique Challenges Complying With These Standards Presents Unique Challenges Different inspection specs between standards Variation in standards from year to year • Statutory (e.g., marking requirements) • Consumer (e.g., organic products, carbon miles) Standards training behind market innovation More than one inspection - Local Inspection Point Dual inspections (international) Additional inspection fees Product range exported vs. available standards Reflection of the market – no of producers/ exporters Change in destination markets Volatile export market 11 Complying With These Standards Presents Unique Challenges Complying With These Standards Presents Unique Challenges • Delays – Packaging – Cold storage – International Transport – Quarantine & Inspections – Delivery to Agents, Wholesalers, Retailers & Consumers • Variations in standards 12 In a highly competitive volatile industry flexibility and speed are required. Example, table grape harvesting in South Africa required a prompt change in CODEX and UNECE standards to accommodate a second crop (late harvest) – unique to South Africa – that involved joint acceptance of a waiver to allow for a new minimum bunch weight.
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Score: 1188438.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._2007/symposium/s2_Wessels.pdf
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While this pattern is common, Canada’s recent fertility history is unique. The current TFR is lower than in Nordic or other English-speaking countries, but higher than in the very low-fertility countries of Europe and East Asia. Canada’s unique fertility pattern appears to result from broad variation across the provinces. (...) Brauner-Otto (forthcoming), Canadian fertility trends and policies: A story of provincial variation. In Ronald R. Rindfuss and Minja Kim Choe (Eds.), Low Fertility, Institutions, and Their Policies: Variations across Industrialized Countries.
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Score: 1123938.5 - https://www.un.org/development..._201511_policy_brief_no._4.pdf
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The Prosecution asserts that an extension of the disclosure deadline to 1 April 2021 is reasonable and justified given the unique circumstances with respect to these two witnesses. 3. (...) Under regulation 35(1) of the Regulations, applications to extend or reduce a time limit as ordered by the Chamber shall be made in writing or orally to the Chamber setting out the grounds on which the variation is sought. The Prosecution hereby submits an application under regulation 35(1) setting out the grounds for which it seeks a variation of the time limit for the disclosure of these witness related materials. 7. (...) The Prosecution submits that an extension of the disclosure deadline to 1 April 2021 is reasonable and justified within these unique and limited circumstances. 8. The Prosecution informs the Chamber that due to logistical and operational challenges, it did not have an earlier opportunity to interview Witness P-0921 prior to 25 March 2021, despite its best efforts.
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Score: 1111693.4 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2021_03117.PDF
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Compare the pesticide products | Boîte à outils pour l’homologation des pesticides | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français  Rechercher sur ce site uniquement Boîte à outils pour l’homologation des pesticides Outils d’homologation Sources d’information Sujets spéciaux L’actualité À propos Formation Dgroups forum Stratégies d’homologation Processus d’homologation Données requises et directives sur les essais Méthodes d’évaluation Sélectionner Liste de toutes les méthodes Réduction des risques Prise de décision Registration criteria Assessment of alternatives Print Step 4. (...) If this is the case, acceptable variations in the a.i. concentration are indicated in Table 1. (...) Indicative acceptable variations in hazardous constituents of a pesticide product Variation in the concentration of hazardous constituents of a pesticide formulation (i.e. the active ingredient and hazardous co-formulants) which are considered to not significantly affect the hazard of that formulation.
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Score: 1110347.6 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/fr/
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For instance, a study in United As discussed earlier, there could be various granular States found that 87.1 percent of the people were uniquely statistics, like authentication volumes and error rates, about identified by their combined five-digit ZIP code, birthdate the operation of the Aadhaar system that would help to and sex (Sweeney, 2010 [13]). (...) For a researcher it might well be that the existence of a unique identifier would allow far greater “appoint such committees as may be necessary to assist the linkages and insights, particularly when comparing several Authority in discharge of its functions for the purposes of telecom companies’ datasets. (...) Techniques like adding “noise” - variations at random to the dataset - are being explored as potential solutions.
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Score: 1074541.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page34.html
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A recent collaborative book publication entitled  Labcraft  defines social innovation labs as: …a unique kind of laboratory – one that creates a dialogue, listening carefully with an open mind to all the voices, and then tries to translate them, mix them, and amplify them to prototype and develop alternatives. (...) Each lab is created with its own motivations unique to the context in which it operates. Even amongst UNICEF’s labs there is great variation. (...) @RomyFaulkner   Related topics Innovation Global More to explore Article Researching Innovation Labs 2 What makes a lab unique? Read the story Article Researching Innovation Labs 3 Innovation Culture Read the story Article Researching Innovation Labs 4 Measuring the Impact of the lab Read the story Article Researching Innovation Labs 5 The Future of the Lab Read the story Footer Office of Innovation Home What we do Research and reports Stories Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1071605.9 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...es/researching-innovation-labs
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Base collection: A base collection is defined as a set of unique accessions to be preserved for a medium to long-term period. (...) Methodology Computation Method: The indicator is calculated as the total number of unique accessions of plant genetic resources secured in medium to long-term conservation facilities. This includes all unique accessions in the base collections of the country or regional/international centre, as well as unique accessions stored in active collections, which are not included in the base collections and for which the active collection also supplies the conservation function of a base collection.
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Score: 1070143.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...docs/Metadata-02-05-01_PGR.pdf
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