"alas" en español
Alas for the disbelievers, for a terrible doom;.
Mr President, I really do have to quote a great man of letters and say, ‘alas, two souls dwell in my breast’.
Mr President, I really do have to quote a great man of letters and say, ‘ alas, two souls dwell in my breast’.
Losers, indeed, are they who disbelieved in meeting Allah, until, when the hour comes suddenly upon them, they say, "Alas for us, that we were neglectful!
It bore the signatures of one head of state – President Chirac – and five prime ministers: Balkenende, Blair, Persson, Schröder and Schüssel, four of whom, alas, are still in office today.
Let us all be inspired by that to join together in giving this shared soul wings!
Have they not seen the birds above them expanding (their wings) and contracting (them)?
Now that Europe is opening up and spreading its wings, we are once again reducing expenditure.
Protectionism must have its wings clipped, whatever the cost.
The cages are so small they cannot even stretch their wings.
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At the time, the Council welcomed these suggestions, but did nothing about them.
The result would be the submission of a more balanced, single report to plenary.
The quality of consultation is another problem that concerns democratic control.
I urge the Commissioner to take a sound, scientific and evidence-based approach.
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Ejemplos de uso para "alas" en español
We are, alas, well aware that the cuts will only come at the expense of funds.
I have the impression, alas, that the Union does not have great resources.
Alas, this policy has progressively lost its luminescence and radiance.
We know a recommendation, alas, is simply not worth the paper it is written on.
Fine words can, and alas sometimes are, put into practice in a way that is far from fine.
Yes, alas, there are terrorists, but there is also a popular uprising.
Alas, I think that for Ireland it will mean that we will have no industry at all.
Others place hope in us, await us, call on us, alas, too often without response.
In Nice, this was, alas, prevented; we must make the decisive breakthrough now.
Alas, the 2000 vintage still goes along with this curious tradition.
Alas, the final decision on the rotation system has not yet been made.
The 20th century, alas, was marked by the attempted wholesale extermination of certain peoples.
What has happened in the past weeks is, alas, no contribution to stability.
Alas, subsequent developments cancel this unsteady step forward.
Alas, most of the authors of these crimes have escaped justice.
For some we managed to remedy but alas others have to remain in the cold.
Nor, alas, is even Austria far enough advanced to reach 3 %.
Alas, many other human rights defenders are at risk in Iran.
Alas, this situation is the subject of no serious analysis.
Alas, that position is one of particularly low growth, and particularly high unemployment levels.
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