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"dubiously" traduzione francese
The role of scrutiny in the Working Group is therefore of very dubious value.
It therefore remains a dubious practice and one that we should deal with very cautiously.
- To order the freezing of assets proved to be of dubious origin;
Instead, we are left with a dubious proposal on travel expenses.
Imports of garlic of dubious origin have continued to increase.
Unfortunately, the socialists in Albania are still playing a dubious role.
The remaining provinces have been given the dubious title of the have not provinces.
The arrangement chosen by the sponsors is dubious from the point of view of international law.
It was the Commission which proposed this seemingly elegant but legally dubious procedure.
In popular speech, Arafat has inherited this dubious Arab title of honour from Saddam Hussein.
I nonetheless have two follow-up questions, because this is a very serious case of a very dubious character from a democratic point of view.
The dubious status of the requirement of continuity of nationality as a customary rule is emphasized by the uncertainties surrounding the
Its response was entitled ‘ A war on terrorism’ – a highly dubious military proposition.
Your second question concerns cattle that can be guaranteed never to have been fed with such dubious products.
Mr President, this report on the specification of euro coins has become extremely dubious because of action by the Socialist and Green
I also think that the issue of stabilising prices is a dubious subject and comments related to it will not help us to assess the report as
Corrupt and dubious though the Fatah state was, a state ruled by Hamas would be even more objectionable.
The most dubious thing about this claim is the Reform Party's unspoken assumption that first nations intend to abuse power.
philosophically dubious concept.
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