"sensible" en español
Only if the operators also bear a considerable proportion of the costs will sensible projects be implemented without public money being wasted.
The budget which we have just voted on is both sensible and moderate.
The Commission considers it sensible first to focus on them.
Life is about being able to deal with these risks and uncertainties in a sensible manner.
We do not believe that the 50 % figure is sensible.
We wish to avoid a further loss of water areas and further devastation, whilst at the same time ensuring sensible use.
That seems to me a very good reason to promote sensible legislation like this.
It is a perfectly sensible and good proposal and I commend it to the House.
Of course the proposal you have made today is sensible given the circumstances.
I believe, however, that Amendment No 36 is not the most sensible way to go about this.
We cannot get a sensible solution within the current legislative framework.
This fragmented approach is neither coherent nor sensible.
In the case of cross-border projects, for example, it would be sensible to broaden the consultation to the public as a whole.
For this reason alone, it would be sensible for the ECB in future to vote by majority.
In the light of that it would be sensible to take time until Strasbourg.
But in the end we have come up with something which is equitable, sensible and just.
Vaccination is not a sensible way forward just now during the epidemic.
What's more, it does not seem sensible to me to put the cart before the proverbial horse.
It comes at a sensitive time for both the European Union and the United Nations.
As a former environment minister in my country, I am sensitive to this question.
Finally, Duns Scotus developed a point to which modernity is very sensitive.
It is vital that the Irish Box is maintained as a biologically sensitive zone.
I am very sensitive to these issues, not least because of where I come from.
The issue of the recognition of judgments in criminal matters is highly sensitive, and raises delicate issues.
The question of the decommissioning of weapons in Northern Ireland is a very delicate and deeply sensitive question.
Another delicate point is the granting of the derogation to Greece to allow it to continue to produce strong cigarettes up until 2006.
The question here is whether the euro should be embraced at the expense of neutrality, which is an extremely delicate and sensitive issue.
The additional slump in trade resulting from this delicate situation has assumed threatening proportions and has led to a further loss of confidence.
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Then I think we should between us be able to produce a fair and sensible policy.
When it comes to erasing personal data, it is just a question of being sensible.
That is why we need a sensible European system to bring an end to these delays.
The van Velzen report contains some very sensible proposals on employment policy.
There were good and sensible additions made to it by the Committee on Budgets.
I believe that one quarter makes for a sensible compromise on which to agree.
We think that by and large the amendments are sensible additions to the text.
However, we certainly believe it would be sensible to keep all the options open.
I believe that what matters is being sensible and respecting the work of others.
We are sensible in the way we handle things, but we want to do it as a team.
I hope that it will be possible, despite unanimity, to find a sensible solution.
I believe that the resolution before us represents that sensible settlement.
Parliament and the Council must be able to make a sensible decision on this.
These can be secured by setting sensible and manageable minimum standards.
That does not seem to me to be a very sensible use of administrative time.
Sensible solutions keep getting tangled up in the institutional undergrowth.
Having said that, it is important to keep a sensible perspective in these negotiations.
That is why I believe also that this two-year review clause is sensible.
The question, again, is thus whether it is not more sensible to look at compliance.
We support the report, which we believe contains a number of sensible recommendations.
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