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"ever" en español
ever come to change the selfish and bellicose outlook that has spun out such a
If ever it materialises, it will have a legal basis and it will be ambitious.
Has the Greek Government ever asked for this, Commissioner, and you refused it?
Does it have the political will ever to emerge as a partner with the United States?
Moreover, we are yet to see whether these standards will ever be drafted.
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good Will who preferred him to non-existence, loved him before ever he was, knew
These become ever more complex, and decisions are conspicuous by their absence.
return constantly to this way and to follow it ever anew in the various aspects
No-one has ever counted them and I cannot therefore tell you how many there are.
Since its independence in 1958, Guinea has only ever known dictatorial regimes.
It is a fact that intellectual and social barriers are becoming ever more rigid.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are held captive by the theory of the ever closer union.
These peoples have been in a bad way ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
At no time has Mr Barrot ever committed a criminal offence – at no time whatever!
Do we really want to introduce the first ever European regulation of the press?
I do not believe anyone can ever be 100 % right in these complex negotiations.
Europe's assistance will be more important than ever in salvaging the situation.
Jn 15:9), entering ever more deeply into his filial relationship with the Father.
More than ever the European Union has to live up to the commitments it has made.
For me, more than ever, the stakes of the next five years come under four items:
The gap between those actively employed and pensioners is becoming ever greater.
At the same time nobody ever calculates how many hours he or she really works.
This is exactly why it is more important now than ever for us to stand united.
Until now, no consumer has ever complained that there was an excess of choice.
Other Members have said as much, that food counterfeiting will reign ever more.
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