"someone" en español
At last, someone has given some thought to what is referred to as regional policy.
Commissioner, it is time someone in this debate sounded a note of congratulations.
Certainly, as someone pointed out, money provides the backbone for this effort.
Just a few minutes ago, someone used the expression a " better quality of life '.
Everyone, I think, knows someone in their own circles who does not have a job.
And that someone is the de Mulder brothers in the United Kingdom.
Hypocrisy, in the first place, with regard to the civil liability: after all, someone manufactured this meal!
Can someone here explain to me what these visits to Moscow by the Slovakian and the Bulgarian Prime Ministers are all about?
There are cars coming from the left, from in front, from behind, and there is always someone who has to reverse so he can get round the bend.
However, in the case of Zimbabwe we have imposed sanctions which I would not describe as too lax, as someone did just now.
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If someone is on a list for the wrong reasons, how can he be taken off the list?
Every one of us is the potential victim of someone else's racist attitudes.
. – Mr President, who would want to endanger their own health or someone else’s?
I even say this myself as someone who was initially in favour of a tighter timetable.
Next, it must be performed by someone who believes in European integration.
He is someone that I have enormously enjoyed working with over the past four years.
Spending someone else's without their permission is not budgeting, it is theft.
You will one day realise that you cannot be masters in someone else's house.
I have heard someone ask: 'But what has the Commission got to do with it?'
When you're having a computer problem, sometimes you might want help from someone else.
Madam President, I speak as a Finn and someone from the Nordic countries.
When you're having a computer problem, you might want to get help from someone else.
If someone is working 40, 50, 60 or 80 hours a week, a fair wage basis must be applied.
There is no point in waging a conflict of competence at someone else's expense.
However, with mental illness we so often turn away and hope that someone else will cope.
If someone directs sexual comments towards a minor, their account may be deleted.
Such a thankless task is one that he is happy to leave to someone else.
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I am afraid, however, that we should be listening to someone else’ s words on the matter.
Mr President, I speak in this debate as someone who is both a politician and a scientist.
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