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# Natural Enemy
# Natural gas import and distribution, held by ArmRosGazprom ( ARG ) ( controlled by Russian monopoly Gazprom )
* Natural History Museum # The Darwin Centre, London
# Evergreen needleleaf forest – Natural forest with > 30 % canopy cover, in which the canopy is predominantly (> 75 %) needleleaf and evergreen.
# Deciduous needleleaf forests – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, in which the canopy is predominantly (> 75 %) needleleaf and deciduous.
# Mixed broadleaf / needleleaf forest – Natural forest with > 30 % canopy cover, in which the canopy is composed of a more or less even mixture of needleleaf and broadleaf crowns ( between 50: 50 % and 25: 75 %).
# Broadleaf evergreen forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, the canopy being > 75 % evergreen and broadleaf.
# Deciduous broadleaf forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, in which > 75 % of the canopy is deciduous and broadleaves predominate (> 75 % of canopy cover ).
# Freshwater swamp forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, composed of trees with any mixture of leaf type and seasonality, but in which the predominant environmental characteristic is a waterlogged soil.
# Sclerophyllous dry forest – Natural forest with > 30 % canopy cover, in which the canopy is mainly composed of sclerophyllous broadleaves and is > 75 % evergreen.
# Sparse trees and parkland – Natural forests in which the tree canopy cover is between 10 – 30 %, such as in the steppe regions of the world.
# Lowland evergreen broadleaf rain forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude that display little or no seasonality, the canopy being > 75 % evergreen broadleaf.
# Lower montane forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, between 1200 – 1800 m altitude, with any seasonality regime and leaf type mixture.
# Upper montane forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, above altitude, with any seasonality regime and leaf type mixture.
# Freshwater swamp forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude, composed of trees with any mixture of leaf type and seasonality, but in which the predominant environmental characteristic is a waterlogged soil.
# Semi-evergreen moist broadleaf forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude in which between 50 – 75 % of the canopy is evergreen, > 75 % are broadleaves, and the trees display seasonality of flowering and fruiting.
# Mixed broadleaf / needleleaf forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude, in which the canopy is composed of a more or less even mixture of needleleaf and broadleaf crowns ( between 50: 50 % and 25: 75 %).
# Needleleaf forest – Natural forest with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude, in which the canopy is predominantly (> 75 %) needleleaf.
# Mangroves – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, composed of species of mangrove tree, generally along coasts in or near brackish or seawater.
# Deciduous / semi-deciduous broadleaf forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude in which between 50 – 100 % of the canopy is deciduous and broadleaves predominate (> 75 % of canopy cover ).
# Sclerophyllous dry forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude, in which the canopy is mainly composed of sclerophyllous broadleaves and is > 75 % evergreen.
# Thorn forest – Natural forests with > 30 % canopy cover, below altitude, in which the canopy is mainly composed of deciduous trees with thorns and succulent phanerophytes with thorns may be frequent.
# Sparse trees and parkland – Natural forests in which the tree canopy cover is between 10 – 30 %, such as in the savannah regions of the world.
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# and Rights
# Constitutional entrenchment of an otherwise statutory English, British, or Canadian document because of subject matter provisions in the amending formula of the Constitution Act, 1982, such as provisions with regard to the monarchy in the English Bill of Rights 1689 or the Act of Settlement 1701.
# Rights
# REDIRECT Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
# Defending Labor Rights in Haiti
# Decides that the United States of America, by directing or authorizing over Rights of Nicaraguan territory, and by the acts imputable to the United States referred to in subparagraph ( 4 ) hereof, has acted, against the Republic of Nicaragua, in breach of its obligation under customary international law not to violate the sovereignty of another State ;
# Planning, preparing and servicing sessions / meetings of the Human Rights Council, the Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities and related working groups and of the committees established by human rights treaty bodies and their working groups ;
# Managing the Voluntary Fund for Technical Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights ;
# Implementing the Plan of Action of the United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education, including the development of information and educational materials ;
# Providing substantive and administrative support to human rights fact-finding and investigatory mechanisms, such as special rapporteurs, representatives and experts and working groups mandated by the Commission on Human Rights and / or the Economic and Social Council to deal with specific country situations or phenomena of human rights violations worldwide, as well as the General Assembly's Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian People and Other Arabs of the Occupied Territories ;
# REDIRECT Universal Declaration of Human Rights
# Peace, Security and Human Rights, Peace building and peace keeping, Conflict resolution and human security, Fostering dialogue among civilizations, religions and cultures, Human rights and ethics, Gender equality and mainstreaming,
# The Duties and Rights of Parents
# REDIRECT Universal Declaration of Human Rights
# REDIRECT European Convention on Human Rights
*" A U. S. Strategy to Foster Human Rights in Ethiopia ", by Michael Johns, Heritage Foundation Backgrounder # 692, February 23, 1989.
# REDIRECT Human Rights Watch
*" A U. S. Strategy to Foster Human Rights in Ethiopia ", by Michael Johns, Heritage Foundation Backgrounder # 692, 23 February 1989.
# REDIRECT Bill of Rights 1689
# REDIRECT Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
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# Redirect United States Bill of Rights
# REDIRECT Voting Rights Act
# to work for the establishment and strengthening of the constitution in accordance with the spirit of the preamble ( that is, of respect for legally constituted authority and the Declaration of the Rights of Man ); and

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