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"rather" traduzione italiano
The European Union should discourage this development rather than encourage it.
She is rather pleased with the reams of paper which the Commission has produced.
The failed referendums are the result rather than the cause of Europessimism.
I note with regret that the control system is rather general and superficial.
I regret that we are down to one hour rather than the usual one and a half hours.
This is a strange, rather perverse, story, just to put it in very simple terms.
That's a rather trivial connection between probability and genetics.
That is why I am rather reluctant to give quantitative estimates.
In the beginning, on the first sabbatical, it was rather disastrous.
Two stunt guys doing what I consider to be a rather benign stunt.
Now at least we have a document, although I have to say that it is rather thin soup.
Mr President, my position is rather different from some of those expressed here.
To find ourselves in 2003 already discussing 2013 all seems rather far away.
We are witnessing a rather hypocritical exercise, ladies and gentlemen.
The Commission proposal is, as some of you have said, rather technical.
I would rather keep it inside the treaty and lay down some very clear rules for it.
Mr President, I rather liked the introduction from the Commissioner on this.
I am going to study the possibilities here but they are, unfortunately rather limited.
Mr President, the Fisheries Committee report was rather brief, in any case.
She is a very happy sheep and probably rather happier than are Members in this Assembly.
I therefore believe that the accession timetable should be set as soon as possible, preferably in June rather than in December, as Mr Van...
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