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[...] information or information to anotherheenperson,b)informationan den agent and release of the freight [...]
b) the notification of a representative, as well as delivery of the consignment to a representative
[...] customer of anotherheenPerson informationper Send email [...]
leaves, this email must be customary
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correspond in dealing with sending e-mails to friends or family members.
If a referring customer provides a
[...] staff Link to atothhe person by email, the email must [...]
be created and distributed in a
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personal manner that is appropriate and customary for communications with friends and family members.
[...] this function denotes PIP.(Personal informationP.Ooil), from the [...]
The PZK systemm uses the P.IP (Person Information Pooil) for this function, [...]
which is maintained by the IPP group.
Personal data are individual details about personal or factual
[...] relations of a certain or determinable naturalchenperson,d.H.information,die can be used to find out your identity.
Personal Identifiable Information is
[...] individual information on personal or factual circumstances of a certain or identifiable natural person, e.G. information which can be used [...]
to discover your identity.
With the People Finder you can search for people and
[...] [...] contact informationnon,informationzurpersonsOwie their position [...]
in the company hierarchy.
Use People Finder to look up or
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discover people and display their online
[...] status, contact information, person record, atd place [...]
in the organizational hierarchy.
If it is an insert
[...] a naturalicHepersonHandelt, ask dieinformationΓΌbhe the depositor [...] [...]
within the meaning of Article 2 letter a of Directive 95/46 / EC.
In case the depositor is a nadoral person, information fromout they depositor constitutes [...]
personal data in the sense of Article 2 (a) of Directive 95/46 / EC.
[...] surrender diiterinformationzu vavoid, you may with unjustifiedgtenpeoplekeinif so overerinformationsprechen, the [...]
PerkinElmer as confidential
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viewed or not yet published.
[...] disclosure, you should never discuss with any unauthorized person information that PhekinElmer considers confidential or which PerkinElmer [...]
The world has become a village: in a few
[...] hours can eggneinformation,ein Human, [...]
an object travel around the whole earth.
We are now living in a "global village": in the space of
[...] a few Hours, information, a person or [...]
an object can travel around the world.
If Community law, in particular the principle of the free movement of services within the meaning of Art. 49 EC to 55 EC (now Art. 56 to 62 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union) precludes national statutory regulation,
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after the one in the Netherlands
[...] resident or residentsiGeperson,die one in another [...]
Member State approved and
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rented vehicle in the Netherlands, is obliged to pay a tax when starting to use the Dutch roads with this vehicle, whereby the tax is initially levied in full and later, after the end of use of the Dutch roads, part of the tax without interest is overpaid is reimbursed, whereby the amount owed and paid corresponds on balance to the duration of use in the Netherlands?
Does Community law, in particular the principle of the freedom to provide services, as laid down in Articles 49 to 55 of the EC Treaty (now Articles 56 to 62 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union),
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preclude a national legislative
[...] provision under whI a person rightsident or established [...]
in the Netherlands who uses in the
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Netherlands a car registered and leased in another Member State is required, upon the commencement of use with that vehicle of the road network in the Netherlands, to pay a tax, whereby initially the full amount of tax is claimed and, subsequently, after the vehicle ceases to use the Netherlands road network, there is a refund of the excess amount of tax, without interest, as a result of which the amount owed and paid corresponds on balance to the period of use in the Netherlands?
Learning from mistakes and speaking openly about opportunities for improvement is important for us and our company. But we all have to do something for that. It's about being open to criticism of our own work and asking for it again and again
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every person reacts sensitively when it does
[...] to criticize seinerpersonOdhe Work is therefore [...]
is it wrong if the criticism
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only looks into the past, looks for culprits or mixes the professional with the personal level. Constructive criticism means looking for the right time and the right tone and thereby showing ways of getting better. The same applies if different opinions are in a discussion meet each other - here, too, two aspects are decisive: the ability to accept other opinions and the willingness to express them constructively
Learning from mistakes and talking openly about improvement possibilities is important for us and our company But we all have to do something to achieve this It is a matter of being open to criticism that concerns our own work and to
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request this repeatedly as well everyone is
[...] sensitive when his person or his work is being [...]
criticized It is therefore wrong if
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criticism only looks backwards, seeks a guilty party or mixes the professional with the personal level Constructive criticism means seeking the right time and the right tone and in doing so, showing how it could be done better The same applies when different opinions are expressed in a discussion - here again two aspects are decisive: the ability to accept other opinions and the willingness to express them constructively
PersonalicHeinformationjeder Art can help eggnepersonim real life [...]
identify and locate.
Byson information of any child cto help to identify a person in real life.
You have the right to free information at any time,
[...] [...] Correction of the IMrerpersonGespsecured data, [...]
their origin and recipient as well as
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on the revocation of consent given and the purpose of the data processing.
You have the right to information about, to
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block, delete and correct the data
[...] saved whicH concers your person, information fromout its [...]
origin and recipient and about the
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revocation of consent granted and the purpose of the data processing at any time free of charge.
reports from doctors or social workers, if applicable
[...] about the condemnedilteperson,M.itdivisions over [...]
their treatment in the sentencing state and recommendations
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for further treatment in the executing State.
whenever appropriate, any medical or social
[...] reports on the senthced person, inshapeation about [...]
his treatment in the sentencing state,
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and any recommendation for his further treatment in the administering State.
On the basis of these considerations and taking into account that a) the volume of imports from China decreased significantly (-83%) during the period considered; b) the CN code for the product concerned includes other products not covered by this proceeding and therefore the Eurostat import statistics do not necessarily show the imports of the product concerned from China correctly, (c) the import volume mentioned by the Chinese producer in its reply to the questionnaire below the amount referred to in Article 5 (7) of the basic Regulation
[...] [...] the marginal margin and d) keggneinformationvOrlagen that [...]
suggest that the well-known Chinese
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Producer was not the only producer selling the product concerned for export to the Community, it was considered reasonable to conclude that the market share of the imports from China was de minimis.
Based on these considerations, and taking into account the fact (a) that the volume of imports from China has significantly decreased during the period considered (83%), (b) that the CN code for the product concerned also includes products not covered by the present investigation and that therefore the Eurostat import statistics may not necessarily accurately reflect the imports of the product concerned from China, (c) that the volume of imports declared by the Chinese producer in its questionnaire response was below the de minimis threshold in Article
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5 (7) of the basic regulation and
[...] (d) tHat there What no information to sugtotalt that the above [...]
Chinese producer was not the
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only Chinese manufacturer to sell the product concerned for export to the community, it was found appropriate to consider that the market share held by Chinese imports was below the de minimis threshold.
This concerns monetary gold and legal tender, goods intended for diplomatic or similar purposes, movements of goods between the importing and exporting Member States and their national armed forces stationed abroad as well as certain goods that have been acquired or sold by foreign armed forces, certain goods of the non-commercial movement of goods, movements of spacecraft launch vehicles before their launch, goods for or after repair, goods for or after temporary use, goods which are considered to be
[...] [...] customized or downloadedeneninformationverwends and goods, [...]
orally at the customs authorities
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and which are either of a commercial nature, provided they do not exceed the statistical threshold of EUR 1 000 in value or 1 000 kg in net weight, or which are of a non-commercial nature.
This concerns monetary gold and means of payment which are legal tender; goods the intended use of which is diplomatic or similar nature; movements of goods between the importing and exporting Member State and their national armed forces stationed abroad as well as certain goods acquired and disposed of by foreign armed forces; particular goods which are not the subject of a commercial transaction; movements of satellite launchers before their launching; goods for and after repair; goods for or following temporary
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use; goods used as carriers
[...] of customised information atd downloadded information; atd goods declared [...]
orally to customs authorities
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which either are of a commercial nature, provided that their value does not exceed the statistical threshold of EUR 1 000 in value or 1 000 kilograms in net mass, or are of a non-commercial nature.
Without prejudice to existing statutory rights of termination, the lender can make an amount due, which corresponds to their participation in the loan, and the immediate repayment of this capital amount plus the accrued interest
[...] [...] request repayment if eggnepersonOdhe mehrerepeople,die act in concert, or one or more third parties acting on behalf of the relevantenperson(en) act to any [...] [...]
directly (regardless of whether the management board or the supervisory board has given the borrower its approval) more than 50% of the outstanding subscribed capital of the borrower or a number of shares of the borrower, of which 50% or more of the voting rights lapse.
Irrespective of existing statutory cancellation rights, the lenders are entitled to declare due an amount that corresponds to their share in the loan and demand the immediate repayment of this amount of principle plus accumulated interest up to the
[...] [...] event tHas to individual or several individuals acting in consort, or one or several third parties acting on the instructions of the relevant individual(s), at any time directly [...] [...]
on whether the Board of Management or Supervisory Board has granted its approval to the borrower) hold (s) more than 50% of the outstanding subscribed capital or hold (s) or acquire (s) a number of the borrower's shares corresponding to 50% or more of the voting rights.
On the public relations front, the Commission is launching a major consultation campaign under the Future of Europe action
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Citizens perform to get better
[...] to filter out, welcHeinformationsie wish, through [...]
who, where and with which information tool they want to be informed.
With regard to public relations, within the framework of the action 'The Future of Europe', the Commission is going to launch a large-scale operation of
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listening to the citizens, in order to
[...] better identify the information tHat they wish to receive, [...]
by whom they wish to be informed,
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where and by what means of information.
Device for producing passport photos or the like with an illuminable
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Receiving chamber (21) for the to
[...] photographendepersonund with a receiving device arranged in a cabinet (15) with a preferably of derpersonselbst releasable camera (8), an opening (22) between the receiving device (8) and the receiving chamber (21) and at least one semitransparent mirror (20) arranged between the opening (22) and the camera (8), characterized in that a light frame (10) is arranged between the camera (8) and the semi-transparent mirror (20) so that its light is directed onto the transparent mirror (20) and that its size and position are suitable for the photographingendepersoneinoOn the one hand, the image section, on the other hand, the correct distance to achieve a sharp image derpersonvOn the camera [...]
Apparatus for producing passport photographs or the like having an
[...] [...] recording chamber (21) for they person to be photographed, and a recording device arranged in a cabinet (15), with a camera (8) which can preferably be triggered by the person hin the or herself, an opening (22) between the recording device (8) and the recording chamber (21), and at least one semi-transparent mirror (20) arranged between the opening (22) and the camera (8), characterized in that an illuminating frame (10) is so arranged between the camera (8) and the semi-transparent mirror (20) that the light thereof is directed on to the semi-transparent mirror (20) and that its size and position mark for the person to be photographed on the one hand the image area and on the other hand the distance of they person from the camhea (8), which [...]
is the correct distance to produce a sharp image.
The obligation to maintain secrecy
[...] does not apply to thatlcHeinformation,die when they are handed over [...]
to the general state of the art
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belong or later entered into the general state of the art through no fault of the receiving contractual partner or with regard to which the receiving contractual partner can prove that they either (a) already belonged to his internal state of the art when they were handed over or (b) later independently of the conversations conducted with the other contractual partner have been included in the internal status of the receiving contractual partner or (c) have been made available to the receiving contractual partner by third parties, e.g. on the basis of a license agreement.
The obligation to maintain confidentiality
[...] shall not apply to information (i) which are already [...]
general state of the art at the
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time they are handed over to the respective other party or (ii) which later become general state of the art without any fault on the part of the receiving party or (iii) in respect of which the receiving party can prove that they either (a ) were already internal state of the art at the receiving party's when they were handed over, or (b) later became internal state of the art at the receiving party's independently of any communication with the other party to the contract, or (c) were disclosed to the receiving party by third parties, eg under a license agreement.
Has eggnepersoniHren Personally resident in the Gibraltar area or was she or she was required to pay contributions under Gibraltar law as an employee since her last arrival in that area and is applying for a period of exemption from contributions due to incapacity, maternity or unemployment and will be her for that period Account contributions, any period of employment in the territory of a Member State other than the United Kingdom shall be deemed to have been employed in the territory of Gibraltar for the purposes of this application for which the relevantendepersonB.eitas an employee under the legislation of Gibraltar [...]
W.heyn a person who is normally resident in Gibraltar, or who has been required, since he last arrived in Gibraltar, to pay contributions under the legislation of Gibraltar as an employed person, applies, as a result of incapacity to work, maternity or unemployment, for exemption from the payment of contributions over a certain period, and asks for contributions for that period to be credited to him, any period during which that person has been working in the territory of a Member State other than the United Kingdom shall, for the purposes of his application, be regarded as a period during which he has been employed in the territory of Gibraltar and for wHich hey Has paid contributokns as to employed person in accordance with [...]
the legislation of Gibraltar.
Be specific in giving directions; give
[...] She spokeleftcHinformationweithe, the sighted [...]
visually obvious.
Be descriptive when giving directions; verbally
[...] give the person information that is visually [...]
obvious to individuals who can see.
a) "torture" means any act
[...] through the einerpersonvOrsSeriously great physical or emotional pain or suffering is inflicted, for example in order to obtain a testimony or a confession from you or a third party, in order to punish you for an act actually or allegedly committed by you or a third party, or to intimidate you or a third party or to coerce, or for any other reason based on any kind of discrimination, acting in the pain or suffering of a public servant or another in an official capacityndenperson,auf their cause [...] [...]
caused by their express or tacit consent.
(a) 'Torture' means any act by which severe pain or
[...] suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for see belowch purposit as obtaining from that person or from a third person information or a confession, punishing that person for an act that either that person or a third person has committed or is suspected of having committed, or intimidating or coercing that person or a third person, or for any reason based on discrimination of any kind, when such pain or suffering is inflicted either by or at the instigation of, or with the consent or acquiescence of, a public official or othhe person acting in on official capacity.
The Directors have some of their duties and powers in the context of (a) managing the affairs of the Company, including but not limited to the preparation and maintenance of the Company's records and books and the related functions of managing the funds (including calculating the net asset value per share) and the registration of Shareholders and the services of the Transfer Agent to the Administrator and their duties and powers in connection with (b) the investment, management and disposition of assets of each Portfolio are delegated to the Investment Manager, whereby these
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are authorized to do so
[...] responsibilities to companies orerpeoplezu delegies that they [...]
in compliance with the regulations
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determined by the central bank from time to time.
The Directors have delegated certain of their duties and powers to (a) the administration of the Company's affairs, including responsibility for the preparation and maintenance of the Company's records and accounts and related fund accounting matters (including the calculation of the Net Asset Value per Share ) and Shareholder registration and transfer agency services to the Administrator, and; (b) the investment, management and disposal of the assets of each portfolio to the investment manager; with the power to
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sub-delegate these responsibilities
[...] to see belowch companiit or persons as it may from time to [...]
time determine in accordance with
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the requirements of the Central Bank.
If the piece of mail you sent is not of a personal nature, the
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Message can therefore be exchanged without
[...] important personalicHeinformationpregggive, so can [...]
Benefit from lower direct mail fees.
If the mail you send is not of a personal nature, i.e. the
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message can be exchanged without
[...] disclosinG vital person information, you approxn benefit from [...]
the lower direct mail tariffs.
In the next step, the user of the NAB
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Search software a contact from the result list
Select [...] to go to Detail-information(P.heson document) [...]
Now the NAB Search user is able to choose a contact from the result
[...] list tO get detailed information (Pheson document).
If the content of the piece of mail you have sent is of a personal nature to the recipient, the
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Message therefore cannot be exchanged without
[...] important personalicHeinformationpreggto give, it is [...]
If the mail you send is of a personal nature,
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i.e. the message cannot be exchanged without
[...] disclosinG vital person information, please use one of the [...]
(2) The confidentiality obligation pursuant to Paragraph (1)
[...] does not apply if a) dieinformationund Data become freely available to the public; b) the supplier gives written consent to the transfer for the specific individual case derinformationund Has given data to third parties from the customer; c) the supplier is aware of dieinformationund Data has been obtained from a third party, provided that the third party is lawfully in possession of it derinformationGelais ngt and does not violate a binding confidentiality obligation by passing it on; d) the supplier for disclosure derinformationund Data by the resolution [...] [...]
the order of an authority or other institution or is legally obliged.
(2) The confidentiality obligation pursuant
[...] [...] apply if a) the information other data become publicly available; b) the Purchaser has given written consent to the Supplier regarding a specific individual situation to disclose see belowch information atd data tO third parties; c) the supplier gained knowledge regarding see belowch information atd data from a third party, provided that such third party lawfully obtained possession of search information and tHat the disclosee belowre of see belowch information doit not voklate any confidentiality obligation binding such a third party. d) the supplier is obligated to disclose they information atd data due to [...]
a court order, a directive
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of a public authority or other institution or due to statutory provisions.
In view of the further deterioration of the political situation in Burma / Myanmar, in particular the arrest of Aung San Suu Kyi and other leading members of the National League for Democracy (NLD), as well as the closure of the NLD offices, the council has decided to ban the issuing of visas as well as expanding the freezing of assets to include other members of the military regime, the armed and security forces, the economic interests of the military regime and others
[...] [...] the military regimedenepeople,Gruppen, companies or institutions that design, implement or benefit from political measures that prevent the transition from Burma / Myanmar to democracy, as well as their families and are close to themendepeoplezu egrasp.
In view of the further deterioration of the political situation in Burma / Myanmar, in particular the arrest of Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior NLD members and the closure of NLD offices, the Council has decided to extend the scope of the visa ban and assets Freeze to include further members of the military regime, the military
[...] [...] forces, the military regime's economic interitts and othhe individuals, grooops, andhetakings or entities associated with the military regime who formulate, implement or benefit from policies that impede Burma / Myanmar 's transition to thatocracy and their families and associates.
Art. 1 para. 1 sentence 1 of the Convention of September 27, 1968 on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters in the Convention of October 9, 1978 on the Accession of the Kingdom of Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of October 25, 1982 on the accession of the Hellenic Republic and of May 26, 1989 on the accession of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic, as amended, is to be interpreted as meaning that an action which naturallyicHepeoplein ein a Contracting State against another Contracting State and which is aimed at compensation for the damage suffered by the surviving dependents of the victims of the conduct of armed forces in the context of acts of war on the territory of the first-named state is not a "civil matter" within the meaning of this provision.
On a proper construction of the first sentence of the first paragraph of Article 1 of the Convention of 27 September 1968 on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters, as amended by the Convention of 9 October 1978 on the Accession of the Kingdom of Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, by the Convention of 25 October 1982 on the Accession of the Hellenic Republic and by the Convention of 26 May 1989 on the Accession of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic, 'civil matters' within the meaning of that provision does not cover a legal action brought by natural persons in a Contracting State against another Contracting State for compensation in respect of the loss or damage suffered by the successors of the victims of acts perpetrated by armed forces in the course of warfare in the territory of the first state.
[...] incorrect or incomplete content and in particular for damage resulting from the use or non-use of such contentenerinformationentsthe provider of the page to which reference was made is solely liable, not the person who accessed the respective publication via links.
Only the provider of the site that is referred to can be liabile for illegal, erroneous or incomplete contents and especially for damage that results from the use or non-use of this information. A person who only refers to links to the relevant publication is not liable.