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I hope during our presidency we will be able to contribute in some way to that.
The biggest difficulty we have, though, is to put it into some sort of picture.
In any case, I believe that some sort of advantageous specialisation is necessary.
This is normally built into an amendment, but for some reason it got left out.
Sadly, it is something that we shall all have to deal with for some time to come.
Some people value the European Union's stance because they stuck to their guns.
I have noticed that the indignation of some Members of this House is selective.
If some do not wish to go home, they can ask their gaolers for political asylum.
Some G8 members are not at all on the right track for honouring this commitment.
Some players are trying to draw political capital from the Bhutto assassination.
The President of the bank has already made some reference to the efforts made.
We all know that every day, some species of plant or animal disappears for good.
This is an implementation matter which will require some detailed consideration.
I hope that the European Court of Justice will address this issue at some stage.
I therefore think that the subsidy provides some compensation for diminished use.
Could someone, either Mr Bourlanges or yourself, give us some information on this?
At last, someone has given some thought to what is referred to as regional policy.
One does not have to be a genius to see that some people are going to be disappointed.
Let us say somebody comes to Ireland for a few years to earn some money.
However, there must be punishment for those crimes for someone at some stage.
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Some very definite progress has been achieved in the realm of rural development.
Mrs Ahlqvist is lying in bed with a temperature some 2 000 kilometres from here.
some cases an enormous debt for nations and impeding the development of peoples.
Some people in this House have already been celebrating the death of capitalism.
You said you might be able to put some proposals to the Commission in September.
I want some information about that and specifically about the Industry Council.
There is some misinformation about the content of the proposals in circulation.
Some 90 % of the Union’ s trade is carried out between the countries of the 25.
I would welcome the Commission putting some pressure on Israel to deal with that.
The natural effect regions will see some hope in the reply you have just given.
I consider that the Souchet and Mann reports provide some good starting points.
It is outrageous that some people import and use labour and then go unpunished.
For some time now, a magic word has appeared in all the documents: flexibility.
The Bureau decided some years ago that no more honorary Members would be created.
Mr President, the right to petition and to complain is not some recent invention.
There were not a great many surprises in it and, to some extent, I welcome that.
Some have questioned the validity of this legislation and they are free to do so.
I have a great deal to say about some of the ideas put forward by Mr Verhofstadt.
I would therefore like to suggest some ideas for the Commission to think about.
Mrs Weber, I believe that you made some very strong statements on this subject.
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