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"whom" traduzione portoghese
These, then, are the authorities in whom the European Commission has blind faith.
That was the experience of my patient, Chandler, whom you see in the photograph.
That, Mrs Wallström, is why I regret that it is you whom I have to address today.
What about the needs of underprivileged groups, whom the communication ignores?
Are these not the people whom Mr Robertson was calling criminals just a few days ago?
And the rapporteur has mentioned Mr Hans Weil, to whom we all owe a great deal.
I am sorry, Mr Rajamäki, but from whom else can they demand that but themselves?
And that brings me to another aspect of this, which is, to whom should this get paid?
Then there are also the people, the ordinary citizens, whom we do not know how to help.
Information implies a dialogue with those to whom the information is directed.
There are many people in China for whom this agreement does not spell good news.
These citizens are after all the ones for whom these institutions are working.
This means we have to ask three questions of cohesion policy: why, for whom and how?
There are now three generations of Angolans for whom living in wartime is all that they know.
The real questions are not being addressed: a single currency for whom and for what purpose?
... carried out and by whom.
When I go to the Congo, whom do you want me to speak to if not the head of state.
Mr President, I have to ask this Union how and with whom it wishes to become great.
I wish to thank those fellow Members with whom I have worked during the last 11 years.
It is very much up to the American administration to tell us with whom we should speak.
The employer's right to know whom he will be working with is, I think, the employer's right.
Esempi di utilizzo
Esempi di utilizzo "whom" in Portoghese
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