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"properly" Deutsch Übersetzung
I hope that the message we are sending out from here will be properly interpreted.
So of course whatever you don't really do yourself doesn't really get done properly.
Now, unfortunately, there are too many of you for me to do the statistics properly.
Mr President, I would like to know whether I have understood you properly.
I would say that sustainable growth, properly used, does create new jobs.
And they also do not properly account for civilian suffering more generally.
We shall therefore look into it properly to ensure that everything is as it should be.
But if we were looking at the world properly, all our summits would be about sustainability.
We need time to look at them properly before granting discharge.
In waging the war on terror, we must make sure to identify our various targets properly.
We want things to be regulated properly so that the problem can be brought under control.
I had to do that properly.
Africa will then be in a position to develop its agriculture to a level where it can produce the food to feed its people properly.
to behave properly
The people handling the animals are crucial to animal welfare, and if they treat them properly, it will work fine.
But there are also some properly governed states that are economically vulnerable.
Those who have not carried out their work properly bear a serious responsibility.
The matter will not be rushed, it will be properly discussed.
We are handling funds properly, and that too is our main job.
We are not investing, not researching, and not implementing directives properly and at an acceptable rate.
The European Council has thus improperly and in absolute disregard for the subsidiarity principle, bypassed the democratic legitimacy of the constitutionally established regions.
The Railways Agency must also have enough powers to be able to execute its tasks properly.
Would it be possible to establish an arbitration service or ombudsman to deal with such complaints properly?
They require complex and collective responses, which are possible only if the web of multilateral institutions is adequately developed and properly used.
Reducing the export subsidy is almost the only effective means whereby the EU can force the exporter to ensure that the animals are treated properly.
I have always favoured a properly negotiated enlargement of the Union to the East.
Next year is the last in which they can be carried out properly.
I ask the Council here today to answer the question properly.
If that day comes, we must be properly prepared to cope with it.
None of them have been properly involved in the EU elite's plans to transfer electoral power to Brussels.
Condoms must be used correctly and fit properly (the correct condom size can be found under www.mysize.ch).
The Committee of Independent Experts said the Commission was not managing this properly.
Just how are we supposed to oversee matters properly, or even submit solid programme proposals under such enormous pressure of time?
It must be stressed that Europol cannot, on its own, determine if the data sent by a Member State has been properly gathered.
Mr President, I believe that this is a very important principle if it is used properly and whenever it is necessary.
It was tabled properly and in accordance with all the Rules, but I have not received an answer.
The point was very properly raised by Mr Elles and referred to by Mrs Thors.
Members of the Committee on Budgets quite properly took matters into their own hands.
Many NGOs are quite properly protesting at the fact that minors are held in adult prisons.
The Commission is quite properly looking to see if ties can be consolidated in other areas too.
Mr President, this House frequently and properly raises its voice in support of the victims of terrorism.
But this also means that we need to be given proper funding once and for all.
And I find it quite proper that a drug-free society should be held up as an ideal.
I believe it is of the utmost importance that a proper examination is made of Parliament.
It is only right and proper that changes be introduced in a structured and coherent manner.
It must succeed and it will succeed because it is right and proper.
That is right and proper and I am very glad that we have reached this stage.
It is proper that these anxieties are listened to, respected and addressed.
It is right that we have a proper discussion on the whole question of the Structural Funds.
We have a right to expect proper policies and concrete European guarantees.
It is only right and proper that sanctions against Iraq be lifted.
I wonder whether a proper analysis of the consequences has been carried out.
Where, in truth, are the proposals for the proper layout of ports?
What we actually need simply a proper system.
It is worth remembering that Guinea is not a proper democracy, which makes you wonder where the money actually ends up.
It makes no sense today to have someone here complaining that it is impossible to have a fit and proper debate.
It is neither sensible nor proper that the European Monetary Institute should condemn certain national laws as incompatible with a central bank system.
It should not, in my opinion, be allowed to stand as a proper instrument for the opening of the first phase of consultation between the social partners under the procedure included in Article 138.
We shall therefore try to organise everything properly and as you would wish.
But we must also ensure that animals are properly protected.
For that reason, we need a properly functioning legislative framework, which might go further than the Europol Treaty.
We must therefore properly examine the review of the WTO.
On top of that I would also want assurances that it will be properly accountable through parliamentary control.
With its powers in the commercial sphere, the European Union has had properly coherent resources that have genuinely been its own, namely customs duties.
These measures are essential for properly completing the internal market for gas and electricity, which would guarantee security of supply.
If we handle this process properly the European Union will become a genuinely wide European Union, not simply a Western European Union.
This is a constraint on legislators, but it seems to me a proper constraint.
So I was perfectly satisfied that Article 235 is quite sufficient and proper in these circumstances.
The whole question of the Souchet reports is fraught with difficulties about the proper legal basis.
It's only proper that you here at TED hear and see it first.
It is only right and proper for me to mention that here.
The Austrian elections were held in a free, proper and democratic manner.
In this way, we shall be able to secure proper information for European consumers.
I have Amendment No 7 by the Group of the European Radical Alliance which was tabled in the proper way.
Mr Fabre-Aubrespy, the fact is that this is a compromise amendment which was tabled in the proper manner.
We must ensure that there is proper implementation and enforcement of the European Union acquis.
So why should the Commission frustrate the wishes of Parliament by doing something that is not really proper?
It would not be proper to proceed otherwise.
Is this the proper way to proceed?
Cooperation on nuclear matters is excluded from this agreement, and I consider that to be quite right and proper.
On the other hand, we can see how other countries which make proper use of the new conditions are able to increase growth, employment and prosperity.
We need to encourage those tiers of government to take possession of the guidelines and ensure their proper implementation.
We must ensure that their voices, as well as our own, are properly heard.
What good is the Union if it cannot even ensure that its own legislation is properly enforced?
We also need to recognize that this will only work if the Council reforms itself properly.
If your integration is working properly for the test publisher ID but not for your own ID, then either:
Maybe there is the odd resolution for a trip, but the worst you can say here is that 98 % and more of the Members conduct themselves in a perfectly fit and proper manner.
It is to the European Union's great credit that it is using the money - and a proper explanation has been given of how it is used - to provide communities in developing countries with practical aid.
Globalization can only work properly if trade is able to work properly.
Given its complexity and length, it could stop the programme working properly.
In the first place, we must ensure that the institutions of the European Union are operating properly at this time when the Union is set to radically change its appearance.
National authorities are primarily responsible for the proper application of the data protection rules.
It is intended as a proper respect for the competence of the Bureau to fulfil the mandate it has been given.
The difficulty has consistently been that it has always been someone else's responsibility to see that these matters occur in the proper way.
In accordance with the principle of subsidiarity, the Greek authorities are responsible for proper implementation of the tendering and award procedure for information and publicity campaigns.
Are there proper controls in the Member States?
Or would you as the Commission suggest that we need more controls to keep a proper check on it?
The Commission President has been given proper attire, while the four Commissioners responsible for foreign policy have been stripped of their clothes.
It also mattered to us that the Czech Republic should be connected via a proper and functioning rail link.
Again, we have reserved enough money within the budget and it is quite right and proper that we do so.
We sent a proper signal to the Russian Government in a similar situation two weeks ago.
There was proper consultation.
I believe the proposed directive is consistent with the Water Framework Directive and the Nitrates Directive, as is only right and proper.
The Regulation in any case covers everything precisely and in detail, so that it would certainly be possible to ensure proper monitoring here too.
We want to ensure that European taxes are used in a proper manner.
For the time after that there will have to be proper negotiations.
It means we have to do it in the proper way.
Budgeting is not about demanding more; it is about making proper use of the taxpayers ' available resources.
Many of the candidate member states still have a great deal of work to do in order to be able to join the EU by 2004 in a proper manner.
That is right and proper and I am very glad that we have reached this stage.
It is only right and proper that sanctions against Iraq be lifted.
It is right and proper that the amendment that was put forward by the United Kingdom delegation was in fact passed.
This is why it is only right and proper that the users of the existing infrastructure should help to pay for extending it.
It is right and proper that we make constructive proposals for the future handling of foot and mouth outbreaks.
We must at any rate find a way of taking proper account of the interests of the new Member States.
So I hope the Commission will not only continue its work with determination but will also take proper account of Parliament's recommendations.
Did the Commission monitor the proper use of this meat?
Our objective must be firstly to prevent waste, to recycle as much as possible, and only then to store or dispose of the remainder in a proper fashion.
Here in Parliament, we will make sure that, in the case of co-decision making, matters are dealt with smoothly, quickly and in a proper manner and do not descend into chaos.
Properly pursued it will be good for the health of all concerned.
We do not wish to see half-baked measures being introduced, and we have an opportunity to ensure that the matter is handled properly.
In the current climate of public opinion we owe it to our electorate and ourselves, not only to operate in a fair and proper manner, but also to allow the people of Europe to see that we do so.
What is right and proper in principle could prove to be wrong and disastrous in practice.
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In that case, national parliaments have not carried out their work properly either.
We also need these to be properly linked with those of the Financial Regulation.
Mr President, if negotiations are properly conducted, there is give and take.
This makes it necessary for dental amalgam waste to be properly disposed of.
The earnings on your account will be properly returned to the affected advertisers.
The status of the victims in criminal proceedings is not always properly protected.
In that way, we can be properly sure that the necessary monitoring is carried out.
I hope that the Council and the Commission will now follow it up properly.
In some other countries, the OECD convention is not yet properly enforced.
It should properly distinguish between retail and professional investors.
These are things that we really need to organise properly in a European context.
However, Mr Duisenberg and I are clearly not properly in agreement about this argument.
The fact of the matter is that this Parliament has never been properly consulted at all.
I do not, however, think we can make a fresh start if we do not tidy things up properly.
The police need generally applicable laws in order to operate properly.
Whose fault is it that the reform proposals have not been properly implemented?
We are seeking a satisfactory explanation, which I am not sure we have properly received.
As with all music it needs to be a fine tune and properly orchestrated.
What is really needed is for the common fisheries policy to be properly decentralised.
Arguably we have too much law in place now that is improperly enforced.
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