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    Предложенный план поможет достигнуть поставленных целей. И только пото м представляются рекламные объявления и ролики, а также предложение об использовании медиа и планы по координации с деятельностью отдела продаодаж. Увеличение интенсивности демонстраций рекламы само по себе не ведет к увеличению продаж -.Every individual shall be entitled to the enjoyment of the rights and freedoms recognised and guaranteed in the present Charter without distinction of any kind such as race, ethnic group, colour, sex, language, religion, political or any other opinion, national and social origin, fortune, birth or any status. Every human being shall be entitled to respect for his life and the integrity of his person. Every individual shall have the right to the respect of the dignity inherent in a human being and to the recognition of his legal status.We are given a broad picture of church life, but many particulars - which are troublesome for us - are left untouched by the New Testament.It is as much one complete government as that of New York or Massachusetts; has as absolute and perfect powers to make and execute all laws, to appoint officers, institute courts, declare offenses, and annex penalties, with respect to every object to which it extends, as any other in the world.You can create publications as large as 240 inches by 240 inches.The Preamble explains in just a few words what the people could expect their new government to provide them -- the defense of their liberty.“Our medium-term goal in the United States is also to reach that level. Market researchers estimate Adidas’ share of the U. market at about 10 percent, implying a goal to at least double it. market has, however, “been too fast for our infrastructure”, Ohlmeyer said, adding that Adidas would build out its logistics capacity there this year to clear supply bottlenecks.If you want to know the size of a business card, A4 sheet or more then here you go.RESULTS: At 8–9 h of in-vitro maturation (IVM), most young SAM oocytes (86%, 32/37) were at meiosis I (MI) stage, with chromosomes aligned in the mid-region of MI spindles, whereas disrupted MI spindles and/or chromosome misalignments (45%, 18/40) and a few oocytes (20%, 8/40) with abnormal MII spindles were found in old SAM oocytes.The Union shall be known as the International Patent Cooperation Union.BACKGROUND: The senescence-accelerated mouse (SAM) has been shown to exhibit ageing-associated mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress, and early decline in fertility.
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    (1) Procedure before the International Searching Authority shall be governed by the provisions of this Treaty, the Regulations, and the agreement which the International Bureau shall conclude, subject to this Treaty and the Regulations, with the said Authority.(3)(a) If the International Searching Authority considers that the international application does not comply with the requirement of unity of invention as set forth in the Regulations, it shall invite the applicant to pay additional fees.However, oocytes from old SAM (64%, 32/50) showed aberrant MII, with chromosome misalignment and dispersal, in contrast to normal MII in most young SAM oocytes (87%, 65/75), showing chromosome alignment at the metaphase plate of MII spindles." means a service organization or enterprise creating, conducting, producing, implementing or giving counsel on promotional campaigns or programs through any medium for and in behalf of any advertiser.Article I, Section 7Defines the legislative process -- how bills become laws Article I, Section 8Defines the powers of Congress Article I, Section 9Defines the legal limitations on Congress' powers Article I, Section 10Defines specific powers denied to the states Article II, Section 1Establishes the offices of the President and Vice President, establishes the Electoral College Article II, Section 2Defines the powers of the President and establishes the President's Cabinet Article II, Section 3Defines miscellaneous duties of the President Article II, Section 4Addresses the removal from office of the President by impeachment Article III, Section 1Establishes the Supreme Court and defines the terms of service of all U. federal judges Article III, Section 2Defines the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and lower federal courts, and guarantees trial by jury in criminal courts Article III, Section 3Defines the crime of treason Article IV, Section 1Requires that each state must respect the laws of all other states Article IV, Section 2Ensures that citizens of each state will be treated fairly and equally in all states, and requires the interstate extradition of criminals Article IV, Section 3Defines how new states may be incorporated as part of the United States, and defines the control of federally-owned lands Article IV, Section 4Ensures each state a "Republican form of Government" (functioning as a representative democracy), and protection against invasion Defines the method of amending the Constitution Defines the Constitution as the supreme law of the United States The first 10 amendments comprise the Bill of Rights.1st Amendment Ensures the five basic freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to assemble and freedom to petition the government to remedy ("redress") grievances2nd Amendment Ensures the right to own firearms (defined by the Supreme Court as an individual right)3rd Amendment Ensures private citizens that they cannot be forced to house U.Предложенный план поможет достигнуть поставленных целей. И только пото м представляются рекламные объявления и ролики, а также предложение об использовании медиа и планы по координации с деятельностью отдела продаодаж. Увеличение интенсивности демонстраций рекламы само по себе не ведет к увеличению продаж -.Every individual shall be entitled to the enjoyment of the rights and freedoms recognised and guaranteed in the present Charter without distinction of any kind such as race, ethnic group, colour, sex, language, religion, political or any other opinion, national and social origin, fortune, birth or any status. Every human being shall be entitled to respect for his life and the integrity of his person. Every individual shall have the right to the respect of the dignity inherent in a human being and to the recognition of his legal status.We are given a broad picture of church life, but many particulars - which are troublesome for us - are left untouched by the New Testament.It is as much one complete government as that of New York or Massachusetts; has as absolute and perfect powers to make and execute all laws, to appoint officers, institute courts, declare offenses, and annex penalties, with respect to every object to which it extends, as any other in the world.You can create publications as large as 240 inches by 240 inches.The Preamble explains in just a few words what the people could expect their new government to provide them -- the defense of their liberty.“Our medium-term goal in the United States is also to reach that level. Market researchers estimate Adidas’ share of the U. market at about 10 percent, implying a goal to at least double it. market has, however, “been too fast for our infrastructure”, Ohlmeyer said, adding that Adidas would build out its logistics capacity there this year to clear supply bottlenecks.If you want to know the size of a business card, A4 sheet or more then here you go.RESULTS: At 8–9 h of in-vitro maturation (IVM), most young SAM oocytes (86%, 32/37) were at meiosis I (MI) stage, with chromosomes aligned in the mid-region of MI spindles, whereas disrupted MI spindles and/or chromosome misalignments (45%, 18/40) and a few oocytes (20%, 8/40) with abnormal MII spindles were found in old SAM oocytes.The Union shall be known as the International Patent Cooperation Union.BACKGROUND: The senescence-accelerated mouse (SAM) has been shown to exhibit ageing-associated mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress, and early decline in fertility.We employ an integrated economic and environmental planning approach to evaluate four alternative futures for the mega-diverse island of Borneo.It is true this government is limited to certain objects, or to speak more properly, some small degree of power is still left to the States; but a little attention to the powers vested in the general government, will convince every candid man, that if it is capable of being executed, all that is reserved for the individual States must very soon be annihilated, except so far as they are barely necessary to the organization of the general government.At every election, the electors shall bear in mind not only that the persons to be elected should individually possess the qualifications required, but also that in the body as a whole the representation of the main forms of civilization and of the principal legal systems of the world should be assured. Any vote of the Security Council, whether for the election of judges or for the appointment of members of the conference envisaged in Article 12, shall be taken without any distinction between permanent and non-permanent members of the Security Council. In the event of more than one national of the same state obtaining an absolute majority of the votes both of the General Assembly and of the Security Council, the eldest of these only shall be considered as elected. If, after the third meeting, one or more seats still remain unfilled, a joint conference consisting of six members, three appointed by the General Assembly and three by the Security Council, may be formed at any time at the request of either the General Assembly or the Security Council, for the purpose of choosing by the vote of an absolute majority one name for each seat still vacant, to submit to the General Assembly and the Security Council for their respective acceptance. If the joint conference is unanimously agreed upon any person who fulfills the required conditions, he may be included in its list, even though he was not included in the list of nominations referred to in Article 7. If the joint conference is satisfied that it will not be successful in procuring an election, those members of the Court who have already been elected shall, within a period to be fixed by the Security Council, proceed to fill the vacant seats by selection from among those candidates who have obtained votes either in the General Assembly or in the Security Council. The members of the Court shall be elected for nine years and may be re-elected; provided, however, that of the judges elected at the first election, the terms of five judges shall expire at the end of three years and the terms of five more judges shall expire at the end of six years. The judges whose terms are to expire at the end of the above-mentioned initial periods of three and six years shall be chosen by lot to be drawn by the Secretary-General immediately after the first election has been completed. In the case of the resignation of a member of the Court, the resignation shall be addressed to the President of the Court for transmission to the Secretary-General. Vacancies shall be filled by the same method as that laid down for the first election, subject to the following provision: the Secretary-General shall, within one month of the occurrence of the vacancy, proceed to issue the invitations provided for in Article 5, and the date of the election shall be fixed by the Security Council. No member may participate in the decision of any case in which he has previously taken part as agent, counsel, or advocate for one of the parties, or as a member of a national or international court, or of a commission of enquiry, or in any other capacity. Members of the Court shall be bound, unless they are on leave or prevented from attending by illness or other serious reasons duly explained to the President, to hold themselves permanently at the disposal of the Court. Subject to the condition that the number of judges available to constitute the Court is not thereby reduced below eleven, the Rules of the Court may provide for allowing one or more judges, according to circumstances and in rotation, to be dispensed from sitting. The Court may from time to time form one or more chambers, composed of three or more judges as the Court may determine, for dealing with particular categories of cases; for example, labour cases and cases relating to transit and communications.Establishment of a Union (1) The States party to this Treaty (hereinafter called "the Contracting States") constitute a Union for cooperation in the filing, searching, and examination, of applications for the protection of inventions, and for rendering special technical services.Definitions For the purposes of this Treaty and the Regulations and unless expressly stated otherwise: (i) "application" means an application for the protection of an invention; references to an "application" shall be construed as references to applications for patents for inventions, inventors' certificates, utility certificates, utility models, patents or certificates of addition, inventors' certificates of addition, and utility certificates of addition; (ii) references to a "patent" shall be construed as references to patents for inventions, inventors' certificates, utility certificates, utility models, patents or certificates of addition, inventors' certificates of addition, and utility certificates of addition; (iii) "national patent" means a patent granted by a national authority; (iv) "regional patent" means a patent granted by a national or an intergovernmental authority having the power to grant patents effective in more than one State; (v) "regional application" means an application for a regional patent; (vi) references to a "national application" shall be construed as references to applications for national patents and regional patents, other than applications filed under this Treaty; (vii) "international application" means an application filed under this Treaty; (viii) references to an "application" shall be construed as references to international applications and national applications; (ix) references to a "patent" shall be construed as references to national patents and regional patents; (x) references to "national law" shall be construed as references to the national law of a Contracting State or, where a regional application or a regional patent is involved, to the treaty providing for the filing of regional applications or the granting of regional patents; (xi) "priority date," for the purpose of computing time limits, means: (a) where the international application contains a priority claim under Article 8, the filing date of the application whose priority is so claimed; (b) where the international application contains several priority claims under Article 8, the filing date of the earliest application whose priority is so claimed; (c) where the international application does not contain any priority claim under Article 8, the international filing date of such application; (xii) "national Office" means the government authority of a Contracting State entrusted with the granting of patents; references to a "national Office" shall be construed as referring also to any intergovernmental authority which several States have entrusted with the task of granting regional patents, provided that at least one of those States is a Contracting State, and provided that the said States have authorized that authority to assume the obligations and exercise the powers which this Treaty and the Regulations provide for in respect of national Offices; (xiii) "designated Office" means the national Office of or acting for the State designated by the applicant under Chapter I of this Treaty; (xiv) "elected Office" means the national Office of or acting for the State elected by the applicant under Chapter II of this Treaty; (xv) "receiving Office" means the national Office or the intergovernmental organization with which the international application has been filed; (xvi) "Union" means the International Patent Cooperation Union; (xvii) "Assembly" means the Assembly of the Union; (xviii) "Organization" means the World Intellectual Property Organization; (xix) "International Bureau" means the International Bureau of the Organization and, as long as it subsists, the United International Bureaux for the Protection of Intellectual Property (BIRPI); (xx) "Director General" means the Director General of the Organization and, as long as BIRPI subsists, the Director of BIRPI.It guarantees civil liberties such that all Indians can lead their lives in peace and harmony as citizens of India.

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    However, oocytes from old SAM (64%, 32/50) showed aberrant MII, with chromosome misalignment and dispersal, in contrast to normal MII in most young SAM oocytes (87%, 65/75), showing chromosome alignment at the metaphase plate of MII spindles." means a service organization or enterprise creating, conducting, producing, implementing or giving counsel on promotional campaigns or programs through any medium for and in behalf of any advertiser.Article I, Section 7Defines the legislative process -- how bills become laws Article I, Section 8Defines the powers of Congress Article I, Section 9Defines the legal limitations on Congress' powers Article I, Section 10Defines specific powers denied to the states Article II, Section 1Establishes the offices of the President and Vice President, establishes the Electoral College Article II, Section 2Defines the powers of the President and establishes the President's Cabinet Article II, Section 3Defines miscellaneous duties of the President Article II, Section 4Addresses the removal from office of the President by impeachment Article III, Section 1Establishes the Supreme Court and defines the terms of service of all U. federal judges Article III, Section 2Defines the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and lower federal courts, and guarantees trial by jury in criminal courts Article III, Section 3Defines the crime of treason Article IV, Section 1Requires that each state must respect the laws of all other states Article IV, Section 2Ensures that citizens of each state will be treated fairly and equally in all states, and requires the interstate extradition of criminals Article IV, Section 3Defines how new states may be incorporated as part of the United States, and defines the control of federally-owned lands Article IV, Section 4Ensures each state a "Republican form of Government" (functioning as a representative democracy), and protection against invasion Defines the method of amending the Constitution Defines the Constitution as the supreme law of the United States The first 10 amendments comprise the Bill of Rights.1st Amendment Ensures the five basic freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to assemble and freedom to petition the government to remedy ("redress") grievances2nd Amendment Ensures the right to own firearms (defined by the Supreme Court as an individual right)3rd Amendment Ensures private citizens that they cannot be forced to house U.Предложенный план поможет достигнуть поставленных целей. И только пото м представляются рекламные объявления и ролики, а также предложение об использовании медиа и планы по координации с деятельностью отдела продаодаж. Увеличение интенсивности демонстраций рекламы само по себе не ведет к увеличению продаж -.Every individual shall be entitled to the enjoyment of the rights and freedoms recognised and guaranteed in the present Charter without distinction of any kind such as race, ethnic group, colour, sex, language, religion, political or any other opinion, national and social origin, fortune, birth or any status. Every human being shall be entitled to respect for his life and the integrity of his person. Every individual shall have the right to the respect of the dignity inherent in a human being and to the recognition of his legal status.We are given a broad picture of church life, but many particulars - which are troublesome for us - are left untouched by the New Testament.It is as much one complete government as that of New York or Massachusetts; has as absolute and perfect powers to make and execute all laws, to appoint officers, institute courts, declare offenses, and annex penalties, with respect to every object to which it extends, as any other in the world.You can create publications as large as 240 inches by 240 inches.The Preamble explains in just a few words what the people could expect their new government to provide them -- the defense of their liberty.“Our medium-term goal in the United States is also to reach that level. Market researchers estimate Adidas’ share of the U. market at about 10 percent, implying a goal to at least double it. market has, however, “been too fast for our infrastructure”, Ohlmeyer said, adding that Adidas would build out its logistics capacity there this year to clear supply bottlenecks.If you want to know the size of a business card, A4 sheet or more then here you go.RESULTS: At 8–9 h of in-vitro maturation (IVM), most young SAM oocytes (86%, 32/37) were at meiosis I (MI) stage, with chromosomes aligned in the mid-region of MI spindles, whereas disrupted MI spindles and/or chromosome misalignments (45%, 18/40) and a few oocytes (20%, 8/40) with abnormal MII spindles were found in old SAM oocytes.The Union shall be known as the International Patent Cooperation Union.BACKGROUND: The senescence-accelerated mouse (SAM) has been shown to exhibit ageing-associated mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress, and early decline in fertility.We employ an integrated economic and environmental planning approach to evaluate four alternative futures for the mega-diverse island of Borneo.It is true this government is limited to certain objects, or to speak more properly, some small degree of power is still left to the States; but a little attention to the powers vested in the general government, will convince every candid man, that if it is capable of being executed, all that is reserved for the individual States must very soon be annihilated, except so far as they are barely necessary to the organization of the general government.At every election, the electors shall bear in mind not only that the persons to be elected should individually possess the qualifications required, but also that in the body as a whole the representation of the main forms of civilization and of the principal legal systems of the world should be assured. Any vote of the Security Council, whether for the election of judges or for the appointment of members of the conference envisaged in Article 12, shall be taken without any distinction between permanent and non-permanent members of the Security Council. In the event of more than one national of the same state obtaining an absolute majority of the votes both of the General Assembly and of the Security Council, the eldest of these only shall be considered as elected. If, after the third meeting, one or more seats still remain unfilled, a joint conference consisting of six members, three appointed by the General Assembly and three by the Security Council, may be formed at any time at the request of either the General Assembly or the Security Council, for the purpose of choosing by the vote of an absolute majority one name for each seat still vacant, to submit to the General Assembly and the Security Council for their respective acceptance. If the joint conference is unanimously agreed upon any person who fulfills the required conditions, he may be included in its list, even though he was not included in the list of nominations referred to in Article 7. If the joint conference is satisfied that it will not be successful in procuring an election, those members of the Court who have already been elected shall, within a period to be fixed by the Security Council, proceed to fill the vacant seats by selection from among those candidates who have obtained votes either in the General Assembly or in the Security Council. The members of the Court shall be elected for nine years and may be re-elected; provided, however, that of the judges elected at the first election, the terms of five judges shall expire at the end of three years and the terms of five more judges shall expire at the end of six years. The judges whose terms are to expire at the end of the above-mentioned initial periods of three and six years shall be chosen by lot to be drawn by the Secretary-General immediately after the first election has been completed. In the case of the resignation of a member of the Court, the resignation shall be addressed to the President of the Court for transmission to the Secretary-General. Vacancies shall be filled by the same method as that laid down for the first election, subject to the following provision: the Secretary-General shall, within one month of the occurrence of the vacancy, proceed to issue the invitations provided for in Article 5, and the date of the election shall be fixed by the Security Council. No member may participate in the decision of any case in which he has previously taken part as agent, counsel, or advocate for one of the parties, or as a member of a national or international court, or of a commission of enquiry, or in any other capacity. Members of the Court shall be bound, unless they are on leave or prevented from attending by illness or other serious reasons duly explained to the President, to hold themselves permanently at the disposal of the Court. Subject to the condition that the number of judges available to constitute the Court is not thereby reduced below eleven, the Rules of the Court may provide for allowing one or more judges, according to circumstances and in rotation, to be dispensed from sitting. The Court may from time to time form one or more chambers, composed of three or more judges as the Court may determine, for dealing with particular categories of cases; for example, labour cases and cases relating to transit and communications.Establishment of a Union (1) The States party to this Treaty (hereinafter called "the Contracting States") constitute a Union for cooperation in the filing, searching, and examination, of applications for the protection of inventions, and for rendering special technical services.Definitions For the purposes of this Treaty and the Regulations and unless expressly stated otherwise: (i) "application" means an application for the protection of an invention; references to an "application" shall be construed as references to applications for patents for inventions, inventors' certificates, utility certificates, utility models, patents or certificates of addition, inventors' certificates of addition, and utility certificates of addition; (ii) references to a "patent" shall be construed as references to patents for inventions, inventors' certificates, utility certificates, utility models, patents or certificates of addition, inventors' certificates of addition, and utility certificates of addition; (iii) "national patent" means a patent granted by a national authority; (iv) "regional patent" means a patent granted by a national or an intergovernmental authority having the power to grant patents effective in more than one State; (v) "regional application" means an application for a regional patent; (vi) references to a "national application" shall be construed as references to applications for national patents and regional patents, other than applications filed under this Treaty; (vii) "international application" means an application filed under this Treaty; (viii) references to an "application" shall be construed as references to international applications and national applications; (ix) references to a "patent" shall be construed as references to national patents and regional patents; (x) references to "national law" shall be construed as references to the national law of a Contracting State or, where a regional application or a regional patent is involved, to the treaty providing for the filing of regional applications or the granting of regional patents; (xi) "priority date," for the purpose of computing time limits, means: (a) where the international application contains a priority claim under Article 8, the filing date of the application whose priority is so claimed; (b) where the international application contains several priority claims under Article 8, the filing date of the earliest application whose priority is so claimed; (c) where the international application does not contain any priority claim under Article 8, the international filing date of such application; (xii) "national Office" means the government authority of a Contracting State entrusted with the granting of patents; references to a "national Office" shall be construed as referring also to any intergovernmental authority which several States have entrusted with the task of granting regional patents, provided that at least one of those States is a Contracting State, and provided that the said States have authorized that authority to assume the obligations and exercise the powers which this Treaty and the Regulations provide for in respect of national Offices; (xiii) "designated Office" means the national Office of or acting for the State designated by the applicant under Chapter I of this Treaty; (xiv) "elected Office" means the national Office of or acting for the State elected by the applicant under Chapter II of this Treaty; (xv) "receiving Office" means the national Office or the intergovernmental organization with which the international application has been filed; (xvi) "Union" means the International Patent Cooperation Union; (xvii) "Assembly" means the Assembly of the Union; (xviii) "Organization" means the World Intellectual Property Organization; (xix) "International Bureau" means the International Bureau of the Organization and, as long as it subsists, the United International Bureaux for the Protection of Intellectual Property (BIRPI); (xx) "Director General" means the Director General of the Organization and, as long as BIRPI subsists, the Director of BIRPI.It guarantees civil liberties such that all Indians can lead their lives in peace and harmony as citizens of India.(c) The applicant shall receive at least one written opinion from the International Preliminary Examining Authority unless such Authority considers that all of the following conditions are fulfilled: (i) the invention satisfies the criteria set forth in Article 33(1), (ii) the international application complies with the requirements of this Treaty and the Regulations in so far as checked by that Authority, (iii) no observations are intended to be made under Article 35(2), last sentence.

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