följd · gång · sätt · rätt · serie · riktning · lopp · jakt · skikt · fält · fock- och storsegel · undersegel · förlopp · vederbörlig ordning · kortare utbildningsserie · lärokurs · studiegång · riktlinje · maträtt · räcka · väg · förfaringssätt · bana · kurs · förstås · givetvis · naturligtvis · självfallet · lager · kur · varv
"courser" traduzione svedese
You have, of course, prompted Mr Varaut to ask to take the floor for personal reasons.
It is a shame that 57 % of them experienced financial hardship as a result of their particular Erasmus course.
My views have changed in the course of the past year as a result of the evidence we have heard on the temporary committee.
This of course would be promptly reflected in EU internal prices and agricultural aid, when there would be rapid swings in value.
We know that sovereignty has been an important objective over the course of history.
Of course the Cox report cannot be expected to deal with all these problems at once.
We are of course following this with great concern and are also raising it repeatedly.
You should also, of course, be allowed to make mistakes from time to time.
I think that it is important that justice takes its course for Saddam Hussein.
But of course, they are hard-wired but we use them still in a sophisticated way.
That is of course, in a way, what they have elected ourselves, as MEPs, to do.
Of course, there were also many concerns expressed, many of which I also agree with.
It is, of course, only in this way that we can create a future for the car industry.
That, of course, is insufficient to meet even the target we originally set ourselves.
Together, we have brought the EU back on course; we can all feel that in our bones.
From the formal aspect, of course, everyone has the right to meet with anyone else.
In my answer, I gave an example of events in actual fact taking the opposite course.
By my count, we have had 37 speakers in the course of the last three hours.
In the course of the centuries, women have demanded their rights as full citizens.
The fifth framework programme should of course include some action in this respect.
I feel that the course embarked upon by the Commission and the Council is the right one.
Granted, we are on the wrong course, but in fact the vessel is drifting, engines stopped.
In the course of our six months, we took a few steps in the direction we wanted to go.
The extra controls which are now being recommended are, of course, a step in the right direction.
In the course of the centuries, women have demanded their rights as full citizens.
We do of course find that life expectancy has risen tremendously over the years.
Where it does come from, we shall also have to sort out in the course of the year.
Over the course of many years they have removed many obstacles on the routes between them.
How things pan out though we shall only see in the course of the year.
So that is the course we would favour, irrespective of what happens in the OECD.
It shows it has learned something from this whole course of events.
During the course of the forthcoming negotiations, these must not be dismantled, nor undermined.
The course of events so far really does seem rather odd.
This debate has taken something of a strange course.
Members will be given the opportunity to react to the Council’ s response in due course.
I will ensure that each of you receives a response in writing in due course.
We have requested a panel which will, in due course, be set up.
This document will be presented to Parliament in due course.
The report will be transmitted to Parliament in due course.
alternative course of study
course of studies
Of course, this is also a guideline for all measures in the area of category 4.
It will no doubt be asserted in the course of this debate that this Directive will obstruct research.
The European Union should also, of course, review its approach to and priorities for investments.
Of course, logic dictates that the principle of caution should be enough to justify our ban.
For this we need of course swift adoption of the proposed pension fund directive, but that will not be enough.
Of course, this is not without importance, but is it enough to convince us that Turkey has its house in order so it can join the Union?
It remains to be seen, of course, whether this hypocrisy will be enough to prevent the ‘ no’ camp from enjoying a landslide victory on 29
The course is now being set for the third stage of economic and monetary union.
Turkey must interpret this challenge as a unique opportunity on its course towards Europe.
My group and I wish to continue on that entirely Christian course.
I wish to assure my Israeli friends of our support on this course.
We need to pursue this successful course, in what is a key period for the Union.
There are de facto practices that, incidentally, could legitimise this course of action.
Even if this is punishable, it appears in practice extremely difficult to prevent such a course of events.
The course of action proposed by the Commission and backed by the report is the inevitable outcome.
However, I should say that if I feel it is the appropriate way forward, that is the course of action that I propose to adopt.
According to what I have been told, this is the route that Europol is going to go down if we do not soon take steps to change its course.
We all run our course.
Our efforts, joined by those of our partners over the next few months, the next year and beyond, will determine the future course of our
The Commission continues its course unperturbed, as if nothing had happened, and as if there were only one direction possible, forever
The European Union dingy is now wearily following a course of legal procedures.
It is symptomatic of a wrong choice of course in European industrial policy.
This will set us on the right course and avoid a lengthy conciliation procedure.
There are still forces that are seeking to knock developments in Afghanistan off course.
This course probably coincides rather well with the pursuit of a civil society.
Commissioner, you were, of course, a little harsh about the level of the payments.
And options, of course, are exactly what we need in an era of climate change.
And of course there is the other side of the coin, proper labelling of origin.
Of course, the Council did not receive much encouragement from Parliament either.
On the agreement itself, the most visible part, of course, is the reduction targets.
That, of course, is entirely wrong from a factual and a technical point of view.
I do not agree, of course, with the fundamental premise of Mr Kreissl-Dörfler.
Of course, there are other ways of working together and exchanging more views.
This is not the first time we have discussed this issue in Parliament, of course.
But of course we must also wait and see what the Agenda 2000 negotiations produce.
The greater the scale, the more cost-effective, but there are limits of course.
Of course our Parliament would also need to be accorded the authority due to it.
This is of course good but can never justify nuclear power as an energy source.
Of course we can only reach a fraction of these young people with our programmes.
But I wish the Commission every success, and of course we support the proposal.
There is still, of course, the question of the partition of the two communities.
We will, of course, take a closer look at the social dimension of globalisation.
Of course, each Member State has its own internal regulations for law enforcement.
Cooperation with the global community must of course be central in this connection.
Of course the airport is closed, and of course I have paid many millions of ecus.
Nonetheless, of course, the MAI negotiations continue to generate strong feelings in some quarters and in some Member States.
The ministers discussed this last week as well, of course, when they concluded that stockpiling vaccines and antiviral drugs was a matter
Parliament and the Commission do of course disagree about the Bavarian Lager case and about the way in which the Commission interprets the
It is extremely important that patients realise that once a course of treatment has begun it must be finished.
How often do you hear the complaint that a patient with malaria has contracted a resistant variant because he stopped his course of
Old war horses are trotted out again and given one more exhausted run around the course.
Then of course some shipyards would drop out although they are much more competitive than others.
Sinonimi (inglese) per "courser":
Sinonimi (inglese) per "course":
coup · coupé · couple · coupling · coupon · courage · courageous · courageously · courier · course · courser · courses · court · court-martial · court-room · courteous · courteously · courtesy · courthouse · courtier · courtly