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"pretty" en español
Mr President, the proposed ECIP development programme provides a pretty picture of the European Commission's mismanagement.
We do not necessarily, or rather we do not always, buy books because of a pretty picture on the cover, but first and foremost because we would like to read the print.
It was not a pretty sight. There are two sides responsible: those who demanded this step, but also the government in Belgrade, who was too hesitant at first.
Despite its pretty words, this report also moves in the same direction.
The rest is just pretty words.
They look pretty nice indeed.
We have a responsibility here too, and we should not be content with making pretty speeches and applying sticking plaster solutions.
Despite the pretty pronouncements, it again proves that the ΕU is with the US and against the peoples on strategic issues.
They may be pretty with their heads out of the water but they are not so pretty beneath the sea where they are devouring thousands of tonnes of very precious fish and food for the people of Europe.
But a pretty name can hide something far less pleasant, and this seems to be a case in point.
It is not just there to look pretty or attract the customer: in the main, packaging serves an essential purpose.
Your desktop is more than just a pretty face where you show off your favorite pictures—you can get lots of use out of it, too.
For this to become a reality in everyday life, and not just a pretty catch-phrase, compliance with the accession commitments is crucial.
I am pretty certain that what I have described is what Mr Bolkestein wanted.
It seems to me that this has been done on a pretty arbitrary basis.
We do not deplore its substance; rather, we find it pretty feeble.
I do not disguise the fact that it involves some pretty tough decisions and choices to be made.
I believe that the Council's common position is pretty balanced.
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Our views seem to tally pretty much on many of the issues, which is gratifying.
We share these sentiments; I think they are shared by pretty much everyone.
Pretty wrapping paper is not enough - the contents of the package must also be right.
However, Madam President and Commissioner, we need more than pretty words.
Her aversion to Poland and Polish farmers is pretty well common knowledge.
If that is the case we obviously have a pretty successful Turkish policy.
What one needs to understand is that London is actually a pretty diverse city.
That was pretty small incremental progress, and it certainly is a very expensive 5%.
Therefore the message from them is pretty clear: they do not want more Europe.
I hope the honourable Member will think pretty hard about what he said.
But campaign rhetoric reflects something and what is reflected here is pretty unsettling.
That is pretty much what I wanted to say on the subject. This subject is not closed.
In fact, I think he'll be ready to post his own tutorials pretty soon.
But it also has some pretty cool features that you might not even know about yet.
. Mr President, as Greens we are pretty much on the same line as our colleagues.
A: The ergonomics program I graduated from is pretty well respected.
A: The ergonomics programme I graduated from is pretty well respected.
It is not a pretty picture. We look to the Commission for its views.
Of course, if I want to share a lot of photos, the email can get pretty big.
It is pretty pathetic that it is Members from a Scandinavian country who will be doing this.
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