Her şahsın çalışmaya, işini serbestçe seçmeye, adil ve elverişli çalışma şartlarına ve işsizlikten korunmaya hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.
Herkesin yarattığı, her türlü bilim, edebiyat veya sanat eserlerinden mütevellit manevi ve maddi menfaatlerin korunmasına hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
(Askeri) KORUNMAYI GEREKTİREN TAM NÜFUZ: Bir çelik levhaya vuran merminin veya parçalarının ya da merminin kopardığı levha parçalarının bu levha gerisine geçenler kendisine çarpacak şekilde yerleştirilmiş 24 ST, 020 inç kalınlığındaki bir alüminyum karışımı levhaya, levhayı delecek bir enerji ile fırlatıldıkları nüfuz. Bu şartların, daha kalın çelik levha deneylerinde olduğu gibi, alüminyum levha kullanılmadan karşılanması mümkün olan hallerde alüminyum levhadan vazgeçilir
(Askeri) TOPLU KORUNMA: Personel, malzeme ve hayvanları- kimyasal, biyolojik ve radyolojik olanlar dahil- her türlü taarruza karşı koymak maksadıyla, bir birlik veya daha küçük bir grup tarafından kullanılan tesisler, teçhizat ve alınan tedbirler
(Askeri) MAHALLİ EMNİYET, MEVZİİ EMNİYET, YAKIN EMNİYET: Bak. "local security". LOCAL PURCHASE (AMERİKA SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI): YEREL SATINALMA: Merkezi olmayan bir maddenin Savunma Bakanlığı dışındaki kaynaklardan temin edilmesi işlemi. Bak. "purchase". LOCAL PURCHASE (AMERİKAN SAVUNMA KURULU): YEREL SATINALMA: Merkezi olmayan bir maddenin askeri kuruluşlar dışındaki kaynaklardan temin edilmesi işlemi
A writing that protects or secures from molestation or arrest; a pass; a safe-conduct; a passport
To give or be protection against something unpleasant means to prevent people or things from being harmed or damaged by it. Such a diet is widely believed to offer protection against a number of cancers It is clear that the primary duty of parents is to provide protection for our children
(1) A term used interchangeably with "coverage" to denote insurance provided under the terms of a policy (2) The fire-fighting facilities in the area in which a risk is located (G)
Life assurance, income protection (PHI), critical illness cover and ASU (Accident, Sickness, Unemployment) cover
steps taken to keep current or future releases of water into ground or groundwater safe
If an insurance policy gives you protection against an event such as death, injury, fire, or theft, the insurance company will give you or your family money if that event happens. The new policy is believed to be the first scheme to offer protection against an illness
payment extorted by gangsters on threat of violence; "every store in the neighborhood had to pay him protection" the activity of protecting someone or something; "the witnesses demanded police protection" the imposition of duties or quotas on imports in order to protect domestic industry against foreign competition; "he made trade protection a plank in the party platform" the condition of being protected; "they were huddled together for protection"; "he enjoyed a sense of peace and protection in his new home
(Couverture or Protection) The coverage afforded by the policy and is frequently used interchangeably with the word "coverage " Also refers to the protection of a fire risk in areas served by a fire department
the imposition of duties or quotas on imports in order to protect domestic industry against foreign competition; "he made trade protection a plank in the party platform"
payment extorted by gangsters on threat of violence; "every store in the neighborhood had to pay him protection"
defense against financial failure; financial independence; "his pension gave him security in his old age"; "insurance provided protection against loss of wages due to illness"
A theory, or a policy, of protecting the producers in a country from foreign competition in the home market by the imposition of such discriminating duties on goods of foreign production as will restrict or prevent their importation; opposed to free trade
- (1) Term used interchangeably with the word "coverage" to denote the insurance provided under the terms of a policy (2) Term used to indicate the existence of fire-fighting facilities in an area known as a "protected" area
In legal terms, preservation is the action required to provide the conditions for a monument, site or historic area to survive The term is also related to the physical protection of historic sites to ensure their security against theft or vandalism, as well as environmental attack and visual intrusions Buffer zones also provide protection to historic areas Legal protection, which is based on legislation and planning norms, aims to guarantee defense against any harmful treatment, provide guidelines for proper action, and institute corresponding punitive sanctions Physical protection includes the addition of roofs, shelters, coverings, etc , or even removing an endangered object to safety (MGL)
The act of protecting, or the state of being protected; preservation from loss, injury, or annoyance; defense; shelter; as, the weak need protection
in relation to a resource under the Conservation Act 1987, means its maintenance, so far as is practicable, in its current state but includes restoration to some former state and augmentation, enhancement or expansion Conservation Act 1987
the condition of being protected; "they were huddled together for protection"; "he enjoyed a sense of peace and protection in his new home"
the condition of being protected; "they were huddled together for protection"; "he enjoyed a sense of peace and protection in his new home
A security function that prevents the contents of a cell block or the entire worksheet from being changed
(n ) The safeguarding of a file from accidental erasure or from unwanted inspection of others You can protect a file, for example, by using chmod to deny others the right to read a file
Government measures, including both tariff and non-tariff measures, that raise the cost of imported goods or otherwise restrict their entry and thus strengthen the competitive position of domestic goods compared to foreign products
The counter-balancing concept of privacy protection provides that public institutions should protect the privacy of individuals with respect to information about themselves held by institutions, and that individuals have a right of access to their own personal information
In insurance, a term used interchangeably with the word ``coverage'' to denote the insurance provided under the terms of a policy
kindly endorsement and guidance; "the tournament was held under the auspices of the city council"
n Gear placed on a climb to protect the climber in the event of a fall ie: nuts, pitons, cams, bolts, quickdraws
If a government has a policy of protection, it helps its own industries by putting a tax on imported goods or by restricting imports in some other way. Over the same period trade protection has increased in the rich countries. consumer protection Environmental Protection Agency equal protection International Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works
(Reklam) Is the implementation of strategies to reduce risk and liability from the effects attributable to counterfeiting, diversion, tampering and theft so that the differentiating thoughts and feelings about the brand are maintained and remain valued and valuable
the EPA a US government organization whose aim is to protect the land, air, and water from pollution, for example by dangerous chemicals, smoke, or industrial waste. U.S. government agency that sets and enforces national pollution-control standards. It was established by Pres. Richard Nixon (1970) to supersede a welter of confusing and ineffective state environmental laws. Its early accomplishments include banning the use of DDT (1972), setting deadlines for the removal of lead from gasoline (1973), establishing health standards for drinking water (1974), and monitoring fuel efficiency in automobiles (1975). The EPA's enforcement was in large part responsible for a decline of one-third to one-half in most air-pollution emissions in the U.S. from 1970 to 1990, and during the 1980s the pollution standards index improved by half in major cities; water quality and waste disposal also improved significantly. The EPA also oversees the cleanup of abandoned waste sites through Superfund. Its existence has resulted in heightened awareness and concern for the environment worldwide
any one of several methods for protecting underground tanks and pipelines from corrosion Corrosion results from an electric current which is caused by contact between metal surfaces, water, and the chemicals present in soils and water; cathodic protection counteracts this current
A method of preventing oxidation (rusting) of exposed metal structures, such as bridges and pipelines, by imposing between the structure and the ground a small electrical voltage that opposes the flow of electrons and that is greater than the voltage present during oxidation
Legal framework promoting customer safety and education and providing protection from hazardous or substandard products and from fraud. In the U.S., the Federal Trade Commission (established 1914) and the Food and Drug Administration (established 1927) help ensure consumer protection. Regulations address manufacture and design, advertising, labeling, and sales methods. In 1985 the UN produced its Guidelines for Consumer Protection (updated 1995); they cover consumer safety and product standards and education, providing a framework and a benchmark for governments (particularly of less developed countries) to establish a legal basis for consumer protection. See also consumerism, Ralph Nader
The prevention of the passing of an individual's personal information from one computer system where the information legitimately resides to other computer systems without the consent of the individual In the United Kingdom the Data Protection Act of 1984 requires the registration of every data user who processes personal information
Day-count convention Convention regulating the number of days included in the calculation of interest on credits The ESCB will apply the day-count convention Act /360 in its monetary policy operations DAI Abbreviation for Deutsches Aktieninstitut [German Share Institution] Data protection The purpose of data protection, as defined by the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) is to counteract any adverse effects on natural living persons resulting from electronic data processing (protection of personal rights) The subject of the protection is any kind of access to personal data This protection not only covers the storage, modification, transmission, disabling and deletion phases embraced by the term 'processing', but also the application and use of such data The law governing data belonging to legal entities does not apply
in U.S. law, the constitutional guarantee that no person or group will be denied such protection under the law as is enjoyed by similar persons or groups i. e., persons similarly situated must be treated similarly. The 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States prohibits states from denying any person "the equal protection of the laws." Until the mid-20th century the requirement was applied minimally except in some cases of racial discrimination, such as the use of literacy tests and grandfather clauses to restrict the voting rights of blacks. In Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), the Supreme Court of the United States upheld "separate but equal" facilities for the races, thus sanctioning racial segregation. Beginning in the 1960s, the court under Chief Justice Earl Warren dramatically expanded the concept, applying it to cases involving welfare benefits, exclusionary zoning, municipal services, and school financing. During the tenure of Chief Justices Warren E. Burger and William H. Rehnquist, the court continued to add to the types of cases that might be adjudicated under equal protection, including cases involving sexual discrimination, the status and rights of aliens, abortion rights, and access to the courts
Prevention, avoidance, and suppression of fires and provision of ambulance, medical, rescue, or auxiliary services provided by fire protection agencies Source: U S Census Bureau Government Finance and Employment Classification Manual
Security program developed to protect service members, civilian employees, family members, facilities and equipment, in all locations and situations, through the planned and integrated application of combating terrorism, physical security, operations security, personal protective services supported by intelligence, counterintelligence, and other security programs
To protect a hand is to bet so as to reduce the chances of anyone outdrawing you (by getting them to fold) A hand that needs protection is one that is almost certainly best, but that is vulnerable to being outdrawn Large pots make it difficult to protect hands, since players will be willing to chase more long shots The structure of a game has a large impact on how easy it is to protect a hand, as do the personalities of the players at the table It's easiest to protect a hand in no-limit play, where you can potentially make it as expensive as you like for someone to draw To protect your cards is to place a chip or some other small object (players often have particular artifacts they like to use) on top of them so that they don't accidentally get mucked by the dealer, mixed with another player's discards, or otherwise become dead when you'd like to play them
To protect someone or something means to prevent them from being harmed or damaged. So, what can women do to protect themselves from heart disease? The government is committed to protecting the interests of tenants
(1) To keep your hand or a chip on your cards This prevents them from being fouled by a discarded hand, or accidentally mucked by the dealer (2) To invest more money in a pot so blind money that you've already put in isn't "wasted " Example: "He'll always protect his blinds, no matter how bad his cards are "
To induce folding in order to prevent another player from outdrawing you is protecting your hand This is done by betting and raising so that someone on a draw will fold rather than call to see if their cards come off A protectable hand is one that is almost always the best, but is vulnerable to being outdrawn It's easiest to protect a hand in no-limit play, where you can potentially make it as expensive as you like for someone to draw To protect your cards is to put a chip or some other artifact on them so the dealer does not muck them
If an insurance policy protects you against an event such as death, injury, fire, or theft, the insurance company will give you or your family money if that event happens. Many manufacturers have policies to protect themselves against blackmailers
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