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"finely" Schwedisch Übersetzung
That compromise is very finely balanced.
Our Constitution is a finely crafted document, which enshrines the values and beliefs that have sustained the people of Ireland through the...
For a long time now the company has been paying the fine without doing anything to stop the pollution.
There is only a fine of BGN 1 664 per month to be paid by the firm, which is imposed by the Bulgarian Ministry of Environment and Waters.
Imposing a non-compliance fine on a Member State with budget difficulties is counterproductive.
He was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment, a fine and deportation.
The penalty is a fine or up to two years in prison.
Compensation for the victim must take precedence over the payment of the fine and legal costs to the State.
More certain still is that by the year 2002 the Netherlands may face a fine of 500 000 guilders a day.
The money would have been taken out of football if there had been a heavier fine.
This is a pathetic fine from a pathetic Commission.
Commissioner Kinnock called this a symbolic fine.
The polluter has paid a small fine which never bears any resemblance to the actual clear-up costs of a site.
We have lost a great and fine figure in this venture we are all involved in.
As with all music it needs to be a fine tune and properly orchestrated.
This is a fine idea for those who speak one of the minority languages.
Germany has a fine tradition of workers on the board, France and other places have good versions too.
I think we should make a fine distinction here.
It was a fine victory, Mr President, but the championship was possible only thanks to the Europe of the nations!
It bodes very well for the future that this enlargement is being launched with such strong, such unanimous, such fine democratic intention.
The Charter of Fundamental Rights has to be more than a fine proclamation.
It was a fine exercise in parliamentary democracy, without a doubt.
This would be one more fine ambition for Europe's emerging policy on foreign affairs and security.
And here's me, with all these fine grenades and such a sweet beauty of a remote.
So, is the constitution we are getting a fine constitution?
This resolution is a fine declaration against racism.
This would superficially imply that the situation in agriculture is fine.
People can see for themselves that Europe is expanding, we are getting the euro, fine!
If the Commission had told us it was withdrawing the proposal, that would have been fine.
If you can't get absolute silence, go for quiet, that's absolutely fine.
We have a fine opportunity now to make a strong case for long-term multilateral development.
Because this is what it says: ' Members must declare the assistance ' - a fine expression - ' that they receive '.
Finally, I aspire to become President of a fine and great European Union institution.
Furthermore, any meagre fine they will be obliged to pay pales into insignificance when compared to the huge profits that they make.
Instead of imposing a heavy fine on a small minority of payments, including mainly business payments, all payments will then attract a
We have not had a revision of these directives for nearly 20 years, so we are engaging in a bit of a fine-tuning exercise to modernise and
For me, that is an example of the way in which our fine words about cutting back on state aid are all too infrequently followed up by firm
Fine, you may say, OK, that's just another way of passing on the costs, their charges are higher as a result.
You then threaten the very existence of the unions, because the size of the fine is greater than their budget.
My group is fine with the idea of a common asylum and a common immigration policy if it is going to be of a higher standard than that which
assume that everything will be fine.
In order to prevent this, some countries have been able to use alternative sentences, community service and day fines to provide a punishment that is more efficient than imprisonment.
I do not think I have ever come across such a fine exercise in tautology in a public document.
Perhaps unlike my colleagues, however, I personally think that it is just fine.
The recommendation for second reading, as presented to plenary, is a fine document.
It was a fine one and I am confident that he will be an asset to the House.
It's one of those things, we got by just fine before we had to do any of those.
If those are included within Mr Barroso’ s idea of consolidation, that is fine.
Fine, but we were never consulted or asked whether it was the right thing to do.
This is fine and good, but it must be conditional and selective.
The President-in-Office has done a fine job and his example must be taken forward and replicated.
Well, all that is very fine, but the battle is elsewhere.
As Mr Nielson said, this is a fine example to those countries and regions aspiring to greater prosperity.
It would be splendid if the European Union would be in a position there to boast of a fine effective policy in this area.
This is a fine piece of work, and it is also excellent that the work has been completed before the next meeting of the ACP-EU Joint...
We have heard from various Members about the disparities in fines and controls in Member States, which I do not have enough time to address now.
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