Esempi di utilizzo
Esempi di utilizzo "flared" in Italiano
EnglishMadam President, the conflict in Abkhazia in the Caucasus has again flared up.
EnglishMadam President, the civil war in Liberia has flared up again for the umpteenth time.
EnglishVery recently, the debate about the legal form of the European public company has flared up again.
EnglishTheir nose -- you can see his nose is flared right now.
EnglishIt just flared up, and he turned around, and he looked like this.
EnglishYou are all only too well aware of the debate which then flared up under the catchword 'U-boats'.
EnglishYou are all only too well aware of the debate which then flared up under the catchword 'U-boats '.
EnglishWe note that opposition to the regime has flared up again.
EnglishWe made up a little batch and we put it on the driveway and we threw a match and phew, it flared up.
Englishbreath stopped, heart stopped, nostrils madly flared,
EnglishMadam President, my group is deeply shocked by the violence that has once again flared up in the Middle East.
Englisha pair of flared trousers
EnglishYou flared your nostril.
Englisha flared skirt
EnglishFresh violence has flared up in Lebanon, in which some see the hand of Syria, which wants to avoid an international Hariri tribunal at all costs.
EnglishThere are plenty of other places in Indonesia where fighting has flared up and irregularities have occurred, often or almost always along ethnic or religious divides, unfortunately.
EnglishIntercommunal violence has flared up recently around the town of Poso.
EnglishThe violence which flared up in Jerusalem at the end of September showed again that the continuation of the Middle East peace process cannot be taken for granted.
EnglishInitially the starting date was questioned, later the Madrid scenario for the introduction of the euro was called into question, and meanwhile the discussion on the 3 % level flared up.
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