Recommended. Dr. Willie Hagan Date Signed and certified that a copy of this document has been delivered to the Chair of the Board per G.C. Sec. 25103, Reso 79-1535 Vice President for Administration Attest: Approved as to form: Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Orange, County, California Monique Shay Date University Counsel Approved as to form: County Counsel By:
Recommended. A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that generates and secures a Key Pair and that can document the Subscriber’s Private Key protection through a TPM key attestation; or a hardware cryptographic module certified as conforming to at least FIPS 140 Level 2, Common Criteria EAL4+, or equivalent; or
Recommended to use only natural clothes when creating a costume. You must think the costume through, starting from the boots and ending with hat. Don’t forget that costume should look awesome while being comfortable, since it will be used in the woods with different weather conditions. High shoes and interchangeable parts of costume can help You to feel more comfortable during the entire game. Don’t forget that characters are living in the World, which is on the edge of apocalypse. This means that costumes can’t be clean and ideal without traces of suffering or other damage. Forbidden to use obvious modern clothes elements and footwear. Any labels or brand logotypes and indications must be removed. Equipment Mandatory – all types of armor and any other military equipment should be prepared following real or fantasy analogues. For instance, if You want to play a warrior role, You must have appropriate armor or You are not a warrior. You can use any material for Your costume since for roleplaying game main criteria is accuracy and beauty. However, don’t forget about basic protection functions of armor. If the armor can’t protect from hits and dismantles upon touched – that is not an armor. Recommended – while preparing to the game to pay attention on how your race is distinguished from others according to other fantasy worlds or character archetypes. Forbidden – to wear unfinished armor. Not recessed rivets, not polished edges and other defects can be bad for You and other players, thus will not be allowed to be used in game by organizers. That also includes wearing armor, that does not suits chosen class, race, game world or fantasy canons, and might be a reason why character can’t choose a particular race. Pre-game check-up At the Baltic LARP Fest European LARP standards for equipment and entourage are followed. It means strictly evaluating every player’s preparation. All the questions about equipment must be resolved with organizers before the game via email. If the player’s equipment was rejected during registration, he can be transferred to play NPC role without refund. Controlling the game During the game in every major location Masters will be stationed as the oversee the roleplaying process. If rules were violated, Masters will give the MUTE card with actions that player should take immediately in complete silence. Mute is individual and is not affecting others. If the mute was ignored or the player continues to violate the rules, he will be removed from the gam...
Recommended. Raj Bhala, International Trade Law: Cases and Materials, Chapter 11 (1996, Michie Law Publishers).
Recommended. WTO, Guide to the GATS (1999). - Bernard Hoekman, Assessing the General Agreement on Trade in Services, in The Uruguay Round and Developing Countries (L. Martin & A. Winters, eds. 1996, Cambridge Univ. Press). - ITC, Business Guide to the General Agreement on Trade in Services (1999). - Jagdish Bhawati, Trade in Services and the Multilateral Trade Negotiations 282-306, in Political Economy and International Economics (1991, MIT Press). - Pierre Sauve, Trade Rules Behind Borders (2003, Cameron May). - Pierre Sauve & Robert Stern, GATS 2000 (2000, Univ of Michigan Press). - Aaditya Mattoo, A Handbook of International Trade in Services (2007).
Recommended. C. Bown & B. Hoekman, “WTO Dispute Settlement and the Missing Developing Country Cases: Engaging the Private Sector”, Journal of International Economic Law, 8:4, 861-890 (2005). - Cartland, Michel, Depayre, Gerard &Woznowski, Jan, “Is Something Going Wrong in the WTO Dispute Settlement?”, Journal of World Trade 46, no. 5 (2012): 979–1016. - William J. Davey, ‘Reforming WTO Dispute Settlement’, in Mitsuo Matsushita and Dukgeun Ahn (eds), WTO & East Asia (2004).
Recommended. If Sellers have a range of Products which are priced differently, they should include them. • Sellers should be aware of the importance of competitive pricing and low delivery costs. As customers shop from more than one seller at a time, it is vital that delivery costs are as low as possible – or for a competitive edge, free of charge.