"ever" en español
If you’ve ever wanted to be able to tell your computer what to do, you’re in luck.
Is Europe ever going to stop reacting and decide to take action instead?
I would like to ask the rapporteurs if they ever collected signatures themselves.
But if Turkey ever wants to join the Union it must behave as a European country.
Secondly, I wonder whether we will ever be free of these commitments outstanding.
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Since its independence in 1958, Guinea has only ever known dictatorial regimes.
Until now, no consumer has ever complained that there was an excess of choice.
If ever there was an example of bureaucracy at European level, this surely is it.
This is exactly why it is more important now than ever for us to stand united.
If SIS II ever sees the light of day, then we will owe much to you, Mr Coehlo.
Relations with China are more than ever before of strategic political significance.
No-one would want to see what happened to farmers with BSE happen ever again.
For that reason, cooperation with the peripheral areas is more important than ever.
Madam President, I do not think I have ever spoken in Parliament as late as this.
This means that we have to work more single-mindedly than ever to promote equality.
In the European Union, consumers attach ever greater importance to the use of them.
I cannot understand how China was ever allowed to organise the Olympic Games.
It is, after all, the most successful policy the European Union has ever had.
This Commission - as you know - has the highest number of women commissioners ever.
Today, more than ever, this policy is essential and must be regarded as a priority.
question, which keeps coming up and becomes ever more complex, must be sought
generations, and every individual human being-as if she were ever repeating, as
I think I can say that, now more than ever, we need to show our determination.
I also understand that no Serbian Government will ever sanction the loss of Kosovo.
The equivalence is with the Council and nobody has ever thought differently.
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