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Administrative Territoral Units Name Authority List

"This table provides the list of the various administrative territorial units of the EU Member States. The name of each territorial unit can be found in the "Administrative territorial unit types" (ATTY) table. Due to the large volume of lowest level administrative units (local authority, municipality) in certain countries, these units have not yet been fully implemented. The lists of codes represent the administrative territorial units, based on national official / legal information and the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Administrative Territoral Units Types Name Authority List

"This table provides the various types of administrative territorial units within the Member States of the European Union. It is linked to the "Administrative territorial units (ATU)" table that provides the list of the subdivisions per country. The categorization of these types is based on national official information and with the kind contribution of the Committee of the Regions of the European Union for the translations in all official languages of the European Union. The ISO 3166-2 standard has also been used, even differences can be noticed.

Access Right Name Authority List

"The access-right authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the access rights or restrictions to resources. It is designed for but not limited to DCAT descriptions of datasets. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website). "

EuroTermBank

"Consistent, harmonised and easily accessible terminology is an extremely important stronghold for ensuring true multilingualism in the European Union and throughout the world. From EU legislation and trade to the needs and mobility of every EU citizen, terminology is the key for easy, fast and reliable communications. However, new EU member countries face the issue of terminology resource fragmentation across different institutions, inconsistency and lack of coordination in terminology development, as well as structural and technical incompatibility.

téarma.ie

"Seo é an bunachar náisiúnta téarmaíochta don Ghaeilge a d’fhorbair Fiontar i gcomhpháirt leis an gCoiste Téarmaíochta, Foras na Gaeilge.

"The database contains over 338,000 terms, searchable under both Irish and English versions. More than 2.3 million unique visitors used the website between 2006 and mid 2014. They made 9.8 million visits and 56 million searches in that time. According to annual user surveys carried out by Fiontar since 2010, the site is primarily used by translators and interpreters and by university students. (...).

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