"bigger" en español
A large number of Member States want a bigger market but not more Europe.
This time, however, the 'finance bubble' will be significantly bigger.
This is a bigger step for Europe and the European Parliament as it confirms its maturity.
Higher resolution (for example, 320 x 240 pixels) makes your image appear to be bigger.
He fitted the prophecies and fulfilled those Scriptures, but Jesus was bigger than the prophecies.
It is completely unacceptable that there are such big differences within countries.
It is not always possible to win over big-time villains by negotiation alone.
Energy - together with agriculture - is going to be one of the big issues full stop.
The solution is to 'combat' the ΕU of big business and war until it is exterminated.
The only ones to profit from all this cooperation are the big European companies.
Lastly, I think that Baroness Ashton is right: this is a time to think big.
I shall not give any further examples, since the world is such a big and terrible place.
Nabucco is big and it is therefore complicated and there may be delays.
So my question to you and to the Minister is, why do you not think big?
her sisters had hearts as big as the world: as contemplatives, they interceded
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The bigger the number of states the greater the danger of a crisis occurring.
A much bigger budget is needed if we are to attract the support of the industry.
The more expensive a packet of cigarettes, the bigger the incentive to stop smoking.
The European Parliament has delivered a decent, reasonable, bigger budget.
Postponing action now will invite climate catastrophe and an even bigger bill.
It is between three and four times bigger than the industry in the European Union.
We will have to face bigger fires and more serious dangers in the future.
Rather than being bogged down in mere politics, let us look to the bigger picture.
In that context there has been an area where the problems were bigger than expected.
In future, the Commission must not prevent us from taking bigger steps.
Similarly, fiscal problems are bigger in the euro area than outside it.
A sum bigger than the annual budget for the European structural funds.
Regarding the long-term objectives, we need to make a much bigger leap.
Everyone knows that the EU will, in future, be playing a bigger role in Kosovo.
Bosnia and Herzegovina was never said to be a bigger security problem than Kosovo.
In Afghanistan the European Union has a bigger military presence than the United States.
And of course the nightmarish circle gets even bigger when their families are included.
To Goliath, or the bigger companies, I say ‘ get your act together’.
We must therefore avoid new or even bigger bottlenecks being created.
That is a good thing, but it also puts a bigger strain on health services.
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