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This should not, however, create overly complicated procedures that would go against the objectives of the proposal.
Let us not, however, be overly dogmatic.
Do not be overly disappointed.
War is awful, but the consequences of an overly tolerant attitude may in time cause more devastation.
The overly extremist requirements presented during the Parliamentary committee debates should be put aside.
Aid applications such as this are overly complicated.
Paragraph 1 is overly specific and prescriptive.
I think this shows that it is possible to have a democratic procedure which does not take an overly long time.
But while we must have inspection measures, they must not be overly bureaucratic, because that is one of the problems that aggravates farmers most.
They are typical of the problems we face, namely insufficient resources to do the job wedded to overly restrictive practices and procedures.
The Commission answers over three thousand parliamentary questions every year.
Your commercial interests have won the day over Mrs Bjerregaard's animal welfare.
If we do not, we will cease to have any control whatsoever over the situation.
Finally, we have the increase of over 5 % in the budget for external measures.
You're aware of the perhaps apocryphal Wal-Mart stampede over the 30-dollar DVD.
Question No 10 by Jonas Sjöstedt, which has been taken over by Herman Schmid.
Sometimes, all you could hear were the flat, hard, packing sounds over the yelling.
It is estimated that over 7 million Iraqi people benefit from ECHO's assistance.
A new government has taken over power, with strong support from the people.
A company called Danisco has a monopoly over the sugar market in Scandinavia.
Finally, we have the increase of over 5 % in the budget for external measures.
We will be ready to energetically dispute over further developments with you.
I am aware of the difficulties the Council is experiencing over this dossier.
Sometimes in this kind of debate I feel a sense of unreality come over me.
Direction and control exercised over the commission of an internationally wrongful act
The UN conference is, however, in danger of grinding to a halt over other issues.
This neighbour had been having a dispute with him for years over a piece of ground.
1875: The Lakota war begins over the violation of the Fort Laramie Treaty.
Arguments are currently under way over tiny percentages of the Community budget.
Because if we did, that guy would be in front of the Senate, still testifying over Abu Ghraib.
Producers from all over the European Union will be able to subscribe to this measure.
The crud in the front is mattress stuffing, and you see that all over Turkey.
All over the world, children are being exploited, neglected or exposed to violence.
Problems and accidents involving cruise control can be seen all over Europe.
It's wild, human and free, and all over this nation, they preach against it every Sunday.
A trivial example is this: Newton found the law of gravity, which goes like one over the square of the distance between the things gravitated.
Students from all over the world will then be invited to come and study in Europe.
This triggers anti-European sentiments because the debate is over-simplified.
The classical voice-over which often starts a fiction is embodied by the newscaster.
Goods are bought and sold on the Internet by people from all over the world.
(Laughter) OK, a little bit closer, come over -- they look really nervous up here.
So the one on the right was done first, and then the one on the left was done over it.
Because if you think about it, 1,000 TEDTalks, that's over 1,000 ideas worth spreading.
I fully understand people's irritation over this, also in the financial sense.
We should, therefore, really not rack our brains over this any longer.
Over the next few months we will surely have time to think about this.
She notes that the audiovisual media have an edge over the written press.
Government consumption expanded by 0.6% in the third quarter over the previous quarter.
Who was it that acted in such a way as to give the market preference over public health?
Result: democracy and citizens over against this continent's Sun Kings.
How critical are we about some of the things the Commission is doing over there?
The winter is over, so there is not the same urgent necessity for oil at the moment.
Then, once it is over, everyone says " It is over - who cares about it? ".
Gaby, maybe when this shift's over, I'll call you, we'll grab a bite, OK?
It's like that initial stage is over -- oneness: infancy, unformed, primitive.
It's exciting and there's music playing all of the time and then suddenly it's over.
We were just over 200 miles left to go to the Pole, and we'd run out of time.
Over time we have a few fish left and we think this is the baseline.
And here are some no-brainer substitutions of it, with lots left over.
Should we really have to check first and see what is left over?
Why have appropriations always been left over, Commissioner?
He was told by our security staff that the session was over.
I understand your comment, which has been noted, but the discussion is over.
It was a land full of hope, the civil war was over and people wanted to embark on a new future.
The process of constraint is, therefore, far from over.
The debate is far from over and this report is a valuable part of that debate.
Oh -- the other thing that I think I'd like to talk about is right over here.
These three objects over there are hard drives with a Bluetooth connection.
Then, the problem was solved, thanks to our efficient Quaestor over there.
So for TED we actually built a robot, over there, a prototype, with the tail.
And we found it right over here three seconds ago -- the previous one, six seconds ago.
We rushed over to the chemistry department and said, "Could Pauling be right?"
Come over and I'll do the whole lot of you." (Laughter) And what happened?
You can see this penguin, he goes over, he looks at those wires, does not like that wire.
Let's test this assumption by heading over to Eastern Europe.
And if we are neighbors, I could just walk over to his house.
And that uncompassionate clock has just showed me that it's all over.
And what that means is not that the age of the State is over.
The time of uncertainty will be over once 2 May has passed.
We ask the Commission, once the elections are over, to promote the chapters which are not yet closed.
I'll just be glad when this one's over.
DR: She offers water, and off go the two worms over to the kitchen to get water.
So why don't we go over and have a look at the demo now.
And the next report we got said, "I walked over to this location, found the trashcan behind the house.
This picture is from literally a few seconds after the baby was placed in my hands and I brought him over.
And it goes over here?
The teacher was fascinated and she went over to her and she said, "What are you drawing?"
I was wondering whether the President could see me over here.
So they'd take one string and they'd pull it over here and they couldn't reach the other string.
We'll go over to Jacques Tati here and grab our blue friend and put him down on the table as well.
The engineers flew over, and designers got together with them, and they put their presentation together.
Over-prescriptive legislation can turn them into a barrier.
It is over-complicated and is badly presented.
They are not over-ambitious targets.
The European Union, however, has been following an over-ambitious immigration policy for years, to the detriment of the interests of its own citizens.
All practitioners in the art of curing, including me, recognize the uselessness, even the danger, of over-relying on technological methods for reaching a proper diagnosis.
As we enter the twenty-first century, these struggles are far from over.
So, as I came to the end of my journey, I found over 50 spaces.
I am joking when I say that, but I also want you to know that the battle is not over.
It is also evident that the battle to maintain rights to defence is not over yet.
When the war is over, the landmines are still there.
There has been famine much longer than just over the past four years.
Similarly, the copyright directive has been with the Council since February 1999, i. e. for over a year now.
The proposal concerns improved ventilation in the road vehicles used for transporting animals for over eight hours.
Well over half of the 14 million unemployed, according to Eurostat's latest figures, have been out of work for over a year.
for over two month
We haven't sunk so low that we're going to fight...... amongst ourselves over food.
So, it tries to adapt its gait to successfully cross over these kind of things.
Commissioner, you have now spoken for more than one minute over the scheduled time.
What we would like to see is over 30 % off the tariffs, and in 30 % less time.
But over the past fifty years, it has become one and a half degrees warmer.
Whatever residues that have been circulating over the past ten or twenty years will still be circulating tomorrow at the same or at lower levels, but not at higher levels.
Just over a year ago, the European Council endorsed the Commission's communication setting out medium-term objectives for the development of the EU's relationship with Iraq.
We have achieved rapid results in Serbia too, where the Commission, in the space of just over four weeks, has drawn up an emergency assistance programme worth in total EUR 200 million.
And so I started playing around, and I found something going on over here.
So there's a lot of opportunities that are going to arise around Wikipedia all over the world.
My mind keeps going over all those worthless decathlon facts.
In both cases, the ambiguities were left over from Doha.
So vessels from all over the world fish freely around Cyprus, but the Cypriot fishermen cannot do so because they are being strangulated by ridiculously low quotas.
So it does not seem sensible to go over the whole programme again now.
Mr President, this has been quite a controversial report from start to finish, and it is not over yet.
Voice Over IP is something you may have heard something about.
The RSUs vest quarterly in arrears over a four-year period.
When the compositions are done, students share the finished product over the Web for all to appreciate.
We are artistic engineers with a passion for crafting products that touch a wide variety of people, all over the world.
I recall that in 1992, in a report that I wrote, Parliament rejected the switch-over system.
We tend to hold on to national airline companies, and those days are over, as various MEPs have stated today.
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The music and words and the decision by the Duma are not overly significant.
The gentleman to my left is the very famous, perhaps overly famous, Frank Gehry.
Brussels should not be allowed to overly restrict the Foundation's field of activity.
We must not now adopt an overly hasty position out of a sense of urgency.
However, overly strict hygiene measures must not be perceived as barriers to trade.
I do not feel overly influenced by the Germans, it is not true.
Too much bureaucracy, too many laws, overly complicated laws, too many unnecessary restrictions.
Blind faith would be overly optimistic, while excessive mistrust would be paralysing.
I do get the idea, however, that you are not overly concerned.
That is why the PPE group will reject those amendments that prescribe an overly rigid framework.
One of its sources is overly intensive chicken farming, which is also not ideal.
Failing that, we can go into tomorrow's debate trying not to be overly schizophrenic.
We should, of course, not get overly excited about it.
We often find them self-satisfied and overly correct, but as a rule we are, of course, just envious.
I didn't want them to be overly threatening or scary.
Today, if the truth be told, quite a few of our partners are not overly keen on the euro.
However, this is an overly restrictive provision.
With that in mind, we should refrain from overly hasty interventionism or the urge to unleash waves of regulation.
They have contributed to overly intensive production, which has harmed the environment and the quality of farm products.
This delay is above all due to an overly ambitious initial timetable, as the Court has already complained.
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