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"characteristic" Deutsch Übersetzung
Easily visible signs and markings everywhere will also be characteristic of the building.
And atavism activation is basically -- an atavism is an ancestral characteristic.
That characteristic and criterion is, I believe, a good basis for a real increase in the efficiency of ports.
We could perhaps look at the potential of a protocol to protect the specific characteristic of sport in Europe.
In any case, it is a characteristic of the enlargement process that the people's existing rights of participation play no part in it.
I believe that in human society acting as a model is a particularly important characteristic.
And here is that characteristic.
The third characteristic is something that is less frequently mentioned nowadays, namely performing one’ s duties with dignity.
And I'm going to use stacking for a kind of simplicity that has the characteristic that it is so simple and so reliable that I can build things with it.
Stored program controlled die bonders having all of the following characteristics:
This near-to-far movement from the general to the particular is characteristic of the movie.
Now that chirp is very characteristic of black holes merging -- that it chirps up at the end.
Learn about these vintage amp sound characteristics and more in the Eleven datasheet.
I recognize the characteristics of Dutch paintings described by the distinguished Member Mr Barón Crespo.
These characteristics vary from country to country and depend on a number of factors, such as traditions, education and historical experience.
And this is indeed the characteristic of what we think of as the good life.
It's also, by the way, a characteristic of certain kinds of brain damage.
These are integral parts of the welfare state system characteristic of the European Union.
The characteristic of this Presidency, Chancellor Schüssel, has been that you have been essentially realistic.
After all, these problems are characteristic of a country that is having to undergo a multifaceted transition.
All that was due to a great national unity which existed in Hungary and which is a characteristic of this nation.
It's one of many, many characteristics that women have that they will bring into the job market.
And because of those four characteristics they are able to filter it as it comes into the country.
And then I took an inventory of the characteristics, along with her, of the of the capabilities and elements of different dancers who'd won championships.
Each of them can have a different characteristic.
We see the characteristics of what is still rather an experimental policy in the landfill directive.
And of course it's the DNA that counts, so here's all the A, T, Gs and Cs that make up your genetic code, and give you all your charming characteristics.
They're basically retaining their juvenile characteristics very late in what we call ontogeny.
Emigration is an ancient phenomenon but it has recently taken on some new characteristics.
We wanted to draw attention to the characteristics, unacceptable in our view, of the draft submitted to us at that time.
The German Protection against Violence Act, for example, has taken on distinct characteristics derived from European experience.
It is, then, all the more dramatic a development that Mr Mahathir's regime is beginning to take on the characteristics of an autocracy.
Planning is usually carried out at various levels and each one has its own specific characteristics.
We have to judge each of these states according to its own particular characteristics and its own developments.
This is why it is extremely important for each nation to preserve those characteristics which give it its distinct identity.
While recognising the inherent characteristics of these services, we cannot ignore their economic impact on the direct and indirect costs they imply.
This is a real problem: there are too many different financial instruments, each with its own characteristics and in particular a series of different budget headings.
This is characteristic of what is happening in Cuba, because it fits in with a systematic pattern.
They have their own characteristics and need a specific policy.
As the Commissioner has pointed out, the characteristics of the Mediterranean are highly specific.
The same goes for the liberal professions: all the professions have their own specific characteristics.
The poultry sector has very specific characteristics.
This must be done whilst respecting their specific religious beliefs and cultural characteristics.
None of these things are characteristic of intergovernmentalism.
This too is characteristic of American society, which hears little about it.
This is characteristic of an invention, as opposed to an idea.
The right of a government arbitrarily to set aside its own constitution is the defining characteristic of a tyranny.
It has shown a readiness to listen that has not always been characteristic of the Council in this context.
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Pluralism is its defining characteristic, not a potential factor in its downfall.
The radiation and its energy that is emitted during decay are also characteristic.
The treaty endows the European Union with the characteristics of a state.
This is because agriculture and fisheries have similar characteristics for us Europeans.
It is characteristic that Turkey does not have good relations with any of its neighbours.
We have, then, always respected the specific characteristics of sport.
In fact, I think Europe's rich diversity is one of our most characteristic features.
And a social movement is comprised, in my view, it's comprised of four main characteristics.
One characteristic of a tax is the sovereign right to require taxes from one's citizens.
Customs duties are based on the type, material, characteristics, use, and weight of the goods.
Drift and indecision have been a fundamental characteristic of the British Presidency.
So it's the fat that drips down and flares up that causes the characteristic taste.
The main characteristics of low competitiveness continue being addressed in an inadequate way.
This ‘ unity in diversity ’ is both Europe’ s most important characteristic and its greatest asset.
And the design we came up with had the following characteristics.
This item on its order of business is characteristic of what makes the European Parliament peculiar.
This is a characteristic of our European social model, and we must protect it at all costs.
It is a complex, multidimensional sector with dispersed social characteristics.
Again and again the EU assumes illegitimately the role and characteristics of a political state.
Each beverage has its own special characteristics that distinguish it fundamentally from the others.
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