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English to Chinese: Online dispute system General field: Marketing Detailed field: Marketing / Market Research
Source text - English Reason for filing a claim 1 – The items that I ordered were not received. The final delivery date was agreed to be on ___ [DATE] but nothing was received to this date.
The seller must deliver the goods that are described in the contract within the agreed time of delivery. This obligation follows from the buyer’s right to receive the goods that were described in the contract within the agreed time of delivery.
If a specific date or time wasn’t agreed or quoted by the seller it is understood for the purposes of this claim that the period of delivery is 30 days.
Reason for filing a claim 2 – One or more properties of the product that I received differ from the properties of the product that I ordered.
The seller must deliver the goods that are of the quantity, quality and description described by the contract. This obligation follows from the buyer’s right to receive goods which are of the quantity, quality and description described by the contract.
There are different sub-claims to this claim depending on how the product differs from the one the buyer ordered. These sub-claims are listed below.
English to Chinese: Home Study Process General field: Social Sciences Detailed field: Medical (general)
Source text - English AAC Adoption completes all home studies for families residing in Colorado. For all others states we partner with a local Hague accredited home study agency of adoptive family’s choosing.
• In Colorado, home studies are completed using Structured Analysis Family Evaluation (SAFE) format.
• Home studies are conducted by our licensed social workers who have also received 2 day SAFE home study training and 1 day supervisor training.
• Minimum of 4 home visits are made for face-to-face interviews. In average, each visit lasts 1.5 to 3 hours.
• At least one individual meeting with each adult member of the household, a joint interview with applicants, and an interview with all children/family members residing in the home will be conducted.
A. Content of the Assessment
A family assessment, using the Structured Analysis Family Evaluation (SAFE) instrument, including questionnaires one (1) and two (2) and completion of the psychosocial inventory, to determine the character and suitability of the applicant(s), appropriateness of the home, and child care practices, must be completed by a staff member that has completed the two (2) day SAFE assessment training and the one day supervisor training. The assessment shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
1. Background of the Family
Separate and joint interviews with the applicant(s), all adults residing in the home (both related and non-related to the applicant), all children residing in the home.
a. Social history/background (adults and children), including childhood family adaptability, childhood family cohesion, childhood history of deprivation/trauma, childhood history of victimization, history of child abuse/neglect, history of alcohol/drug use, history of crime/allegations/violence, psychiatric history, occupational history, and marriage/domestic partner history.
b. Personal characteristics of the family, including communication, commitment and responsibility, problem solving, interpersonal relations, health and physical stamina to include information about nutritious meals and snacks, self-esteem, acceptance of differences, coping skills, impulse control, mood, anger management and resolution, judgment, and adaptability.
c. Marital relationship, including conflict resolution, emotional support, attitude toward spouse, communication between couple, balance of power, stability of the marriage or partnership and sexual compatibility.
d. Motivation for a child placement, including a discussion of the child to be placed, attitudes toward adoption by applicants, other adults residing in the home, children, and others such as extended family, and discussion of fertility, if relevant. Assess the physical, mental and emotional capability of the applicant(s) to parent a child(ren) through adoption and their ability to reevaluate and readjust expectations.
Translation - Chinese AAC 領養為所有居住在科羅拉多州的家庭完成居家檢查。其他洲的部分，我們則已具領養家庭的選擇，與當地一家經海牙認證的居家調查機構合作。
English to Chinese: recycled paper conference asia General field: Marketing Detailed field: Paper / Paper Manufacturing
Source text - English Attend Paper Recycling Conference Asia
Paper Recycling Conference Asia
An event designed for recovered fibre suppliers and consumers
The producers of the Paper Recycling Conference - North America and Europe has partnered with China TAPI to produce an event situated in the heart of the world's largest market for recovered paper.
The 2013 Paper Recycling Conference - Asia will take place 30-31 May 2013. It will represent a unique and powerful opportunity for the world's suppliers of recovered paper and the mills that consume it to meet.
Learn about the development plans for mill capacity and their ever evolving fibre requirements.
Unmatched networking opportunities in the world's largest consuming market.
Get in-depth insight into the commodity markets for recovered paper.
Hear about the Chinese domestic recovery market and how it is evolving.
The event is designed for merchants, brokers and other suppliers of recovered fibre as well as mills from around the globe reliant upon those suppliers.
What Delegates and Sponsors Said After Attending Sister Event
Paper Recycling Conference Europe
"Brilliant organization and smooth running. As always an excellent networking platform" --Anonymous
"This event manages to bring key players to one event" --Anonymous
"Position and quality of delegates is very high" --Anonymous
"Great view of this part of the value chain" --Lester Mills, BASF
"Excellent networking opportunity" --Charles Thompson, Wolmen Paper
"A quality conference with many like-minded professionals"--P. Weaver, Sita UK
"這個活動設法讓關鍵人物都聚集一堂 " –匿名者
"價值鏈此部分的絕佳概觀" –萊斯特‧麥爾斯 Lester Mills, BASF
"及加的社交機會" –查理斯湯普訓遜 Charles Thompson, Wolmen Paper
"聚集了許多志同道合專業人士的高品質會議"—P. ‧韋佛 P. Weaver, Sita UK
"完美的再現、社交機會、設施與組織" --基斯理芙‧葉卡特妮雅 Kiseleva Ekatenia, SCG Trading Co.
Chinese to English: 出口禽肉产品微生物监控方案 General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Manufacturing
Source text - Chinese 1.目的
美国禽产品检验法规381.94；肉鸡和火鸡屠宰企业胴体沙门氏菌和弯曲杆菌参考标准31-11通知；美国联邦法典9 CFR Part 430.4；美国FSIS指令10240.3 《适用于FSIS验证
检测程序的即食产品微生物采样》；美国FSIS指令10240.4 《适用于依照单增李斯特菌（Listeria monocytogenes，Lm）法规和单增李斯特菌（RLm）抽样程序的CSI（CSIs）验证程序》；美国FSIS指令10240.5第2次修订版《适用于依照单增李斯特菌法规和单增李斯特菌（RLm）抽样程序的EIAO（EIAOs）验证程序》；美国FSIS指令10300.1《关于产品、食品直接接触表面、环境表面的单增李斯特菌强化验证方案》；
Translation - English 1. Objective
The program is formulated on the basis of risk analysis and referred to relevant provisions of importing countries, in order to further implement the “Food Safety Law”. The objective is to monitor and verify the effectiveness of sanitation control system in export poultry products enterprises; to ensure the proper operation of sanitation control system in these enterprises; to guarantee the safety and sanitation quality of export poultry from China; to protect the health of consumers and to promote the healthy development of the export poultry trade in China.
2. Program Composition
The microbial monitoring program consists of the following five parts (three authoritative monitoring plans and two enterprise monitoring guidance requirements):
Authoritative monitoring plan for Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter in export raw poultry
Authoritative monitoring plan for Listeria bacillus in export cooked ready-to-eat poultry
Monitoring Guidance requirements for Escherichia coli and Salmonella spp. in export poultry slaughtering enterprises
Monitoring Guidance requirements for Listeria or Listeria bacteria in export cooked ready-to-eat poultry processing enterprises
Authoritative monitoring plans for other microbes in export poultry
In accordance to relevant provisions concerning microbes in China and to relevant regulations and requirements about microbes in related countries and areas. The main references are as follows:
The United States Inspection Regulation of Poultry Products 381.94; Reference Standard 31-11 Notification of Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter in Carcass of Broilers and Turkeys Slaughtering Enterprises; United States Code of Federal Regulations 9 CFR Part 430.4; United States FSIS Directive 10240.3 “Microbes Sampling of Ready-to-eat (RTE) Products for FSIS Verification Detection Program”; United States FSIS Directive 10240.4 “Verification Procedure for Consumer Safety Inspectors for The Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) Regulation And Lm Sampling Programs”; United States FSIS Directive 10240.5 Revision 2 “Verification Procedures for Enforcement, Investigations and Analysis Officers (EIAOs) for the Listria monocytogenes (Lm) Regulation and Routine Risk-Based Listria monocytogenes (RLm) Sampling Program”; United States FSIS Directive 10300.1 “Intensified Verification Detection (IVT) Protocol for Sampling of Product, Food Contact Surfaces, and Environmental Surfaces for Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) or Salmonella spp.”;
United States USDA Directive 5000.1 Revision: Verifying an Establishment's Food Safety System;
Commission of the European Union Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2073.2005 Microbiological Criteria for Foodstuffs (1441/2007 Revision);
GB 16869 “Chilled and frozen poultry product”, GB2726“Hygienic Standard for Cooked Meat Products”;
English to Chinese: Automatic Mould Handling System [AMH] Installation Manual General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Mechanics / Mech Engineering
Source text - English 1.5 Directions for transport in the foundry
1.5.1 Transport by fork-lift truck
A fork-lift truck with adequate capacity should be used to transport the different modules into place.
The Weight and Jacket transfer device and the Mould pushout device are provided with four hooks mounted on the sides. Use these hooks to lift and transport the modules into place. Refer Figure 1.4 and Figure 1.5.
Section 1.6 - Instructions for storing your AMH
1.6 Instructions for storing your AMH
In the period between the arrival and installation of the equipment, take the following precautions to keep the system intact:
• If the AMH is stored outdoors, cover the equipment with a tarpaulin that allows for ventilation of the underside of the case.
Do not place the AMH close to an electromagnetic melting oven.
Noise generated by such an oven may damage the electrical control of the machine.
1.6.1 Before Installation
Avoid rough handling and transportation of the equipment
1.6.2 Unpacking the equipment
When unpacking the equipment, check the AMH for transport damage. In case of damage, please notify DISA immediately.
1.7 Required Oil and Grease
1.7.1 Hydraulic oil
Be aware that additives used in oil from different suppliers can degrade oil quality when blended. This can result in the oil losing its properties and can cause filter blockage.
When changing to a different type of oil, make sure that it is compatible with the previously used oil, if not, it is strongly recommended to drain all the old oil before filling the new oil.
The use of non-recommended oil can cause serious and irreversible damage to the hydraulic system, principally for parts in contact with the oil (such as bearings, valves, seals etc).
AMH HPP tank capacity : Approximately 400 litres
DISA Industries recommends mineral high-chemical-stability hydraulic oil containing additives to counteract wear, oxidation and foaming. Good corrosion inhibiting properties are also important.
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