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"hard" en español
Europe is frequently hard to comprehend. It should become easy to comprehend.
It is hard to anticipate the effectiveness of fruit and vegetable production.
Faced with this type of barbaric act, even greater barbarism is hard to imagine.
It finds this hard to bear, as it feels its identity as a great power threatened.
It was very hard for him to be in touch with his emotions because he was so brainy.
The rapporteur, Mr Casaca, has worked hard to produce this painstaking report.
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Afghan organisations such as the RAWA have worked hard to resist the Taliban regime.
Finally, this impasse is giving new life to the outdated old ideas of the hard core.
And at the same time we must work very hard to open up a prospect for peace.
The same hard line must also be maintained as regards the arms embargo against China.
I would like to express my sincere thanks to the rapporteur for the hard work he has done.
This is in no way an excuse, but it is a real, hard-core explanation.
This hit the ultra-conservatives during the parliamentary elections particularly hard.
All in all, the new euro zone will be soft on large enterprises but hard on the small ones.
Then comes the hard bargaining during conciliation as to where the money will come from.
I also wish to praise the Presidency for its hard work on enlargement.
I would also like to thank him for his qualified and hard work in preparing this document.
Mr President, I would like to thank the Commission and Mr Cunha for their hard work.
Against this background, I would like to thank everyone involved for their hard work.
Commissioner, at times I have been hard on you and the Commission in relation to trade policy.
That may sound hard to those who are unfamiliar with my country, but it does not make it any less true.
The cure will be hard to endure, but, hopefully, the loans now being spoken about will help to soften the negative effects of economic reform on the lives of the people.
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Yet Turkey has made hardly any progress since the beginning of the negotiations.
As the resolution hardly, if at all, covers this area, I abstained from the vote.
I can assure the honourable Member that we are working very hard to achieve that.
The Commission would like to thank the rapporteur, Mr Bösch, for his hard work.
Firstly I should like to thank the rapporteur for all her hard work on this issue.
It is hardly our fault that Italy has so many ancient monuments to preserve ".
That is harder, and that is the challenge held out before me in the coming months.
We should work much harder in this respect, and I trust the Commission will do so.
You can hardly be surprised that you face criticism from all sides of this House.
We must protect the development cooperation budget, however hard that may be.
I would like to thank everyone, including the rapporteurs, for their hard work.
Working conditions are so hard and so deplorable that no Spaniard will accept them.
I am not just being courteous: it is sincere recognition of Parliament's hard work.
This came as a long-awaited sign, bringing some relief to our hard-pressed farmers.
I know that the European Union and the Commission are working hard to achieve this.
Churches of the East during times in which it was hard and personally risky to
No matter how small it may be, it is certainly one that works extremely hard.
I can hardly believe that we will ever achieve this at intergovernmental level.
This is perhaps the hardest challenge in the history of international diplomacy.
Unfortunately, this report hardly deals with these issues concerning the future.
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