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an official list of chemicals or medicines etc

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an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic (as distinguished from a scroll)

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131) For example, European countries that sell nonpasteurized cheese object to Codex standards that require pasteurization, and Portugal and Spain object to stringent lead standards for the sake of their pottery industry.
If adopted at the final Step 8 at this commission meeting, then the rBGH standard would be a done deal, ready for use as a weapon by the US, Mexico, Brazil, and others who chose to export rBGH-doped milk into other Codex countries that actually care about their citizens' health.
We've created a place for the finest book artists in the world to gather, exchange ideas and build community," says CODEX Foundation founder Peter Rutledge Koch.
The CODEX gathering is now credited with jump-starting renewed global interest in artisanal books and for bolstering the visibility of the community of artists who make them.
This survey represents the first step in developing a communications strategy for the implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan 2014-2019.
Codex started to discuss the residue of ractopamine but members cannot reach a consensus.
I understand that they smuggled their codex into Israel in 1984, deposited it in the Hebrew University and demanded that the university give them written assurance that they would never reveal its location.
The Codex doesn't just classify and standardize processed foods.
Codex has developed standards for almost all fats and oils commonly used in food.
AoEstablishment of maximum levels will help governments differentiate between low levels of unavoidable melamine occurrence that do not cause health problems, and deliberate adulterationAuthereby protecting public health without unnecessary impediments to international trade,Ao said Martijn Weijtens, Chair of the Codex Committee on contaminants in foods.
The Search for the Codex Cardona: On the Trail of a Sixteenth-Century
The ethic codex that the government published in the Official Gazette is perhaps not the real proofreader in politics that so far no government of independent Macedonia has succeeded to create and due to its absence, politics is one of today's most compromised professions, says Jasna Frangovska for Nova Makedonija.
The Codex Alimentarius Commission was created in the 1960s by the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) and the WHO (World Health Organization) to help coordinate international food standards.
According to a report in The Independent, Nikolas Sarris, a Greek student conservator, spotted a previously unseen section of the Codex Sinaiticus, which dates from about 350 AD, as he was trawling through photographs of manuscripts in the library of St Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.
Almost 800 pages of the 1,600-year-old Codex Sinaiticus, written in the fourth century on animal skin, have been pieced together and published as digital images online after a four-year collaboration between institutions in Britain, Germany, Egypt and Russia.
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