"scarce" en español
However, the spectrum is a scarce resource and, above all, it is a public good.
The opinion is that spectrum is a scarce resource that does not recognise borders.
We are told - and quite rightly - that radio spectrum is a scarce resource.
We were told - and it is true - that radio spectrum is a scarce resource.
It is not therefore a scarce resource, and we must restrict State interventionism.
When an artist is no longer living, the available information can become quite scarce.
Democratic institutions are weak and press freedom is scarce.
The research base for children in treatment is scarce; only three small trials investigated the effect of exercise in depression.
The effect of exercise for children in treatment for anxiety and depression is unknown as the evidence base is scarce.
If we are to achieve these objectives, however, we need adequate funding for research and development, which has been scarce until now.
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The Luxembourg proposal was already scarce and at the limits of acceptability.
Resources are scarce, yet the number of applications for aid continues to grow.
That in turn will mean a huge additional utilisation of already scarce water resources.
We know that scarce resources in the budget will be with us for the foreseeable future.
The use of energy and scarce raw materials should be drastically reduced
Jobs are scarce, tensions are high, people are hurting, angry and disillusioned.
For example, it should be clarified that the 'scarce' resources are defined by the EU.
The scarce development resources must be used in the most effective and efficient manner.
Resources are scarce, Mr President, and not everything can be done.
The global population is growing, and food is becoming scarcer worldwide.
It is Europe that can provide answers to the challenges of more expensive and scarcer energy.
We have very scarce resources and the problems continue to grow.
Auctions allow the market to determine the commercial value of scarce radio spectrum.
The world's total accessible fresh water resources are scarce.
Unemployment has risen and the jobs that have been created are scarce.
Since resources are scarce, I ask the Commission to make sure that no money is wasted.
That is of course something of great importance when it comes to the use of scarce budget resources.
That would only have diverted attention and scarce resources away from the relief effort.
From a racist angle, the question then simply is: who can have those scarce provisions and who cannot?
Data on complications are too scarce to draw conclusions.
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