"feat" en español
Changing political consensus into a binding agreement is no mean feat, technically speaking.
This text is very worrying: in the name of human rights, it pulls off the amazing feat of violating democracy, the Treaties and the rights of the European Parliament itself!
Drawing its inspiration from dance, acrobatics and the art of manipulation, Cirque du Soleil has transformed this familiar child's game into a choreographic feat.
This was a feat achieved by brave men, by men of freedom.
So the fact that an agreement has been reached is quite a feat, and I congratulate the German Presidency on it.
This is not only a ridiculously large amount but also another remarkable feat: managing to declare EUR 2 000 every day.
. The British Presidency has pulled off the historical feat of achieving unanimity in terms of the criticisms levelled at it.
Cathy Ashton was the leader in the Upper House in the UK when the Lisbon Treaty was steered through - no mean feat.
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Mr President, the Baltic countries have accomplished a mammoth feat in a short time.
When all is said and done, I believe that the text presented is clear and consistent - no mean feat.
His wife was here, which was a feat in itself, but the man around whom everything revolved was absent.
It is obviously no mean feat: it is a practical tool and a reference document.
Within the cloth, they perform various acrobatic figures that demand great feats of strength and flexibility.
This is a major feat for a Friday morning!
In that way, we achieve the feat of weakening the EU's competitiveness two-fold by means of one and the same decision.
It is the fusion of stage performance and physical feats that allows us to evoke emotions.
on behalf of the PSE Group. - (FR) Madam President, Ana Gomes's report is excellent, and constitutes a considerable feat.
Vision has been coupled with political courage, ambition with feasibility, credibility and - no small feat - decisiveness.
Having to submit an amended report twice in order to gain sufficient support struck me as being no mean feat.
That is no mean feat.
This is no mean feat.
This is no mean feat, and is also very important, because ambient air quality has a direct impact on environmental and human health.
This is a remarkable feat that has been achieved by our rapporteurs but also by Parliament's committees and by the coordinators.
The main feat of the Kok report is that it clearly demonstrates the relevance, if not, necessity, of the Lisbon strategy.
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A traditional act of the Chinese acrobatic arts, the performers keep the poles 'in flight' overhead while performing acrobatic feats on the ground.
It is no small feat to have the ambition to halve, by 2015, the number of poor who have to survive on less than 1 dollar a day.
Mr President, I see it as a great feat of civilisation that the European continent is now virtually rid of capital punishment.
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