"inner" en español
or the inner total transformation and renewal of man, in his whole way of
structures, this mystery more appropriately pertains to her inner nature and reality which touches the very heart of the mystery of the Holy
Madam President, I voted against the Hautala report, or rather against all the amendments except those tabled by the Group of Independents for a Europe of Nations, out of inner conviction.
How many of Europe's half a billion people outside the inner political circle of the Council will elect the President of Europe?
In this spin box, you can define the left page margin and the inner margin respectively.
Check here if you want to put the tick marks on the inner side of the axis.
This law establishes a certain inner order which man discovers and which he must preserve.
self to love of the Trinity, leading him into the experience of inner
desert which includes inner solitude, the trials of the spirit and the
He is the First and the Last and the Evident (or Outer) and the Imminent (or Hidden or Inner), and He is Aware of all things.
Autopsies carried out on the dead whales revealed haematomas in the brain and inner ear cause by extremely loud noise.
This movement disorder is characterised by a subjective report of inner restlessness, mental unease or dysphoria, which can be intense.
If Sweden wants to belong to the EU's inner circle, as the Swedish Government says it does, it is no good sitting outside the meeting rooms.
We are also concerned at some of the proposed reforms to the Council's inner workings - the Development Council, for example, is to be absorbed into a wider grouping.
Ladies and gentlemen, as I have already indicated, the situation is complex, and has its own inner dynamic.
The first is that the Bank should focus even more on the countries most severely affected by the crisis, thus further increasing the inner cohesion of the Union.
They want to feel and experience that this Europe is their Europe, a Europe which gives them jobs, inner peace, bread, fresh water, good wine, in other words a future.
European integration can never be reduced to the sheer assimilation of small nations: our cultural diversity and inner cohesion could be destroyed.
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that the Apostles, marvelling at the Master's inner recollection in his
There are inner city areas where the de facto writ of Sharia law runs.
Minoritenplatz 9, A-014 Wien, Bundesministerium für Inneres EU-Koordination, Abteilung I/7
On the one hand, we keep saying that we must revive our inner cities.
Moss Side and Salford are amongst the most deprived inner city areas in the whole of Europe.
yet who still have great inner resources and are still able to contribute
invites us to undertake a journey of penance and inner purification in
That is why we emphatically reject charges for entering the inner cities!
Mason & Hamlin forms inner and outer rims separately.
In fact, the infant mortality rate in Cuba is actually rather better than in inner-city Washington.
I should therefore like to see more support for research into inner-city retail logistics.
However, this was a reaction resulting, in my view, from the very unpredictable inner circles in Havana.
Child poverty has even reached the staggering figure of 54% in inner city London.
This Charter should be drawn up by the social movement, not by an inner sanctum of elected representatives.
Soon will We apply Ourselves to you, O you two worlds (men and jinn or outer and inner, manifest and hidden).
tells us that it is through the inner instruction of the Holy Spirit that
The sad thing is that Mugabe and the ZANU-PF party, particularly Mugabe’s inner circle, are the perpetrators.
We want jobs in city centres, we want the inner cities to be alive and well.
We need a joint insight into the networks that recruit young men and women in our inner cities and in our prisons.
Child poverty has even reached the staggering figure of 54 % in inner city London.
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