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"generously" Deutsch Übersetzung
We had, it was said, not set aside any of the money we had generously promised.
Although you may not realise, you generously gave two minutes to Mr Bourlanges.
Their position must be considered on a case by case basis, fairly and generously.
Cultural rights must not be recognised in dribs and drabs, but convincingly and generously.
The EU and the Member States reacted quickly and generously, as soon as the opportunity presented itself.
Gangs of smugglers do not provide a service, generously rescuing people from persecution by totalitarian states.
The Commission generously tabled a proposal for a regulation in February to establish the conditions which would need to be met.
That is why I wish to propose a way forward which I consider to be very reasonable and which was generously supported by many colleagues in the Committee.
The rapporteur has generously accepted five of them.
His award this week, an award which he has generously acknowledged is a mark of respect for the new situation in Northern Ireland itself, is richly deserved.
Even a one-off payment - however generous it might be - does not provide security.
It is not very generous but it guarantees a certain basic security for them.
He has been generous with the amendments of the different political groups.
I have been very generous with time for the three political group leaders.
Cranbrook is very generous to let us show it for the first time here.
If this is being too generous, I admit that I have some differences with some Members regarding the notion of generosity.
It's called "Fashion Statement," and there are quotes about fashion, so you can read it, and also, because the definition of artist book is very generous.
I have been far too generous with Mr Kellett-Bowman because he and I work together on Fridays, but I cannot allow myself to continue in this vein.
If I appear too generous, I would like to recall that the Commission put forward a proposal for a framework decision on combating trafficking in human beings.
Since we have listed figures, doubts, uncertainties, and conditions, we should also mention motives, which could turn out to be noble and generous.
Let there be no ambiguity: the Irish people are a generous people.
You have to be generous, and your hearts must be generous, your mind must be generous.
The Irish people are a generous people.
My own experience over recent months has shown me that the parties have never before spoken in such a devoted and generous way and have never come so close to solving the problems.
The solemn declaration of Cairo was signed by governments which are anything but generous regarding clearing debts and opening up their own markets.
To put it in the terms that you yourself used, we in the EU, which is a wealthy part of a global community, ought in actual fact to be able to afford to be both humane and generous.
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I thank everyone who has contributed so generously to this debate.
It would be in the interests of the European Union as a whole for the net contributors to contribute more generously.
It calls upon the international community to contribute generously to the humanitarian needs of the Central African Republic.”
I hope that the Commissioner's reply will be such that we shall be rather more generously disposed than when we started this debate.
Alisa was very generously in the process of giving birth to our first child -- (AV: Thank you.) -- and I was there with a catcher's mitt.
We now know that the DAPHNE programme is to be launched for a longer period up to the year 2004, and that it is to be quite generously funded.
We should latch onto this violation of human rights to treat the residential status of victims of trafficking more generously.
That is the reason why there is this anomaly in Ireland which Mrs Fontaine has very generously agreed to accept as an amendment to her report.
A first test of this will be whether we manage to treat the Kosovar refugees who come into the European Union generously and on a basis of solidarity.
You propose continuing down the same track, bolstering up the same policy, ever more generously financing the same actions.
Urges Member States, as a matter of urgency, to contribute generously to the relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts of Belize;
I hope that Parliament's employees in general will interpret all applications generously and that we shall soon have reports on how many applications are rejected.
In this context I must also feel proud of the solidarity expressed by the Spanish government and people, who have contributed very generously.
“The Security Council calls upon international donors and the international financial institutions to continue to assist the Central African Republic generously.
Hence the need for a generously financed programme accompanied by a stepping up of preventive and punitive legislation in this area.
The relevant report, which I presented a month ago and which was approved by the European Parliament by an overwhelming majority, needs to be strengthened more generously over coming years.
In return for modest human, political and economic compensation, they give their time generously and dedicate their lives to the public good.
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