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"carefully" traduzione italiano
We will have to move ahead, however, and we must do so as carefully as possible.
It is therefore essential for both parties to monitor this programme carefully.
At this point in time, we need carefully to assess what can most usefully be done.
Those who have cheated have to foot the bill - and I am choosing my words carefully.
Nevertheless, we will have to examine the Commission's proposals carefully.
Let us improve access to nursery services and care for dependants.
José Rodríguez Carballo, invited us at different moments to the care of our charism and our identity and to the Gospel quality of our life.
We already know that 3 000 children have been taken into the care of the authorities because their parents cannot provide for them.
who find themselves abandoned or in care.
Phillip Longman makes some suggestions: Sweden has succeeded in increasing its birth rates by raising social benefits and by building day-care
In the light of this I would like to say something about cross-border health care.
Commercial companies offer special care to anyone who can and will pay for it.
Health care, as I said earlier, is the responsibility of the Member States.
On the other hand, however, there is a shortage of care, integration and solidarity.
The percentage of working families without health care up by four percent.
Particular care should be taken over material aimed at children and young people.
By taking care of creation, they preserve and develop the goods of the earth.
The European Commission really does not care about consumers or the people.
A specific concern is the human form of the disease and the care that is provided.
Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People
Friends from the People's Party, Greens, Socialists, British Liberals, take care!
Great care must be taken here, since not every segment of this market is transparent.
Mr Barroso, we have listened with great care to what you have said to us.
We do not care whether someone earns half a million more or less in the process.
Not the drug in itself, but the treatment and the care which is needed around it.
For him there is no doubt: marriage and celibacy are both gifts of God, to be protected and fostered with great care.
Before concluding our celebration, we turn in prayer to Mary Most Holy, who supports families with her maternal care.
It has also led to increasing levels of care and concern across the borders.
I also find it encouraging that the Commission is consequently taking care that EU legislation is being implemented.
The entire region is in a state of disarray, which requires the greatest care and concern from the entire European Parliament.
Already in the past, this preoccupation found expression in initiatives related to pastoral care for workers and university people.
Fishing must be pursued with care taken to ensure that fish stocks are maintained long-term so that fishing can continue to be pursued by
Special investigation methods will have to be handled with a great deal of care.
We must never forget that medicines are an active product which must be treated with care.
We must take the greatest of care in dealing with SARS.
In addition, the introduction of social and environmental criteria must be handled with care.
I would ask for all those who wish to participate in this discussion to do so with the utmost sensitivity and care.
After all, we ourselves hope to grow old in good health and not to have to rely on care for as long as possible, but we have no control...
The Popes followed with care and affection the often tragic and sorrowful journey of this Church.
I warmly reciprocate them and assure you and those entrusted to your care of my prayers.
3. WALKING TOGETHER TOWARD THE FUTURE We spoke many times during these days about the care and solicitude of St. Francis toward the Sisters.
This sector should be treated with care, not considered redundant, as occasionally seems to be the case in the discourse of certain
The Church's care for her children is expressed in the offering of the Word and sacraments, in love and solidarity, in prayer and in the
This entails risks, and the troops must be instructed to take particular care in areas where these munitions have been deployed.
This, of course, is expressed in the form of a greater duty of care - from the shipbuilder to the ship-owner - than has hitherto been the...
Article 49 The Ministers and Guardians and all the friars are to take great care that the more important events of the Order become known
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