"just" en español
The Copenhagen criteria must be implemented in practice, and not just in words.
We are not just talking about commercial, economic or even geostrategic interests.
Madam President, I just wanted to say that I was present at the session yesterday.
It is not just a question of delivering enlargement, but also of making it work.
This is just one example of a lack of consistency where more needs to be done.
We will hear many more speakers today saying, ‘ this is just what we need!
It will be clear from our report just how careful we have been about this.
We will hear many more speakers today saying, ‘this is just what we need!
The Rural Development Fund is an example and symbol of just such a case.
The Intergovernmental Conference attempts to answer just that question.
Mr Leinen discussed this, as did Mr Baltas and, just now, Mrs Van Lancker.
The Council and the Commission have just accepted EUR 280 million.
Mr President, we have only just learnt of the death of Umaru Yar'Adua.
I will not summarize these just now because that would take up time from other people's questions.
I can give you a number of cases, but I do not wish to do it just now.
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The new treaty contains 105 new powers for the EU - just like the Constitution.
I should like sincerely to congratulate all the MEPs who have just been elected.
In view of this, Commissioner Monti's initiative has come at just the right time.
We have just listened to the draftsmen of the different Committees responsible.
Mr Monti, I have two supplementary questions on the question we have just heard.
We therefore need the Europe of citizens and not just a Europe of governments!
The Commission - we have just heard - is expecting a negative impact on growth.
When we started in July 1994, the Maastricht Treaty had just entered into force.
From our perspective, the task is not just to decide on a specific technology.
A vote yesterday could just as easily have resulted in a different point of view.
No one, of course, but not at just any price, not by surrendering unconditionally.
This is no longer just an issue of different opinions; it is an issue of facts.
Answers such as that which I have just given you are the result of this situation.
This is just a political fact about which little can be done at present, I think.
This happened just recently, in the case of Kosovo, and Yugoslavia more generally.
It appears that they have a different interpretation in just about every airport.
It was like the question addressed to Mr Karas just now by the Earl of Dartmouth.
I certainly think that a number of the arguments sound like just a lot of excuses.
I would just say in passing that we are carrying out regular quantitative surveys.
Mr. President, this point concerns the same issue raised just now by Mrs Lindholm.
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