"sword" en español
Like a sword of Damocles, it hangs over not only the Union, but over the whole world.
Moreover, the date of 4 May hangs over us like a sword of Damocles.
This notice must not be allowed to become a sword of Damocles hanging over the European Parliament.
Shall tribulation or distress or persecution or famine or nakedness or peril or sword? . . .
The judge is nothing without the power of the sword.
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What appears to be a laudable aim, however, could also be a double-edged sword.
But after we left, these same people were again put to the sword by the pro-Indonesian militias.
Commissioner, we clashed swords; we disagreed on several points.
They must be studied and that is precisely why mainstreaming is a doubleedged sword.
Mr Menéndez del Valle, allow me once more to cross swords with you.
This is why, in this area in particular, the government carries the sword of justice for a very good reason.
In other words, the aim is to impose the liberal choices of big business by fire and sword.
But they called their companion, who took (the sword) and hamstrung her.
However, it is necessary for us to ensure that the information society does not become a two-edged sword.
The idea was that there should be much less talk of swords, and much more of the efficient use of ploughshares.
It is also going to make it difficult for Mr Brinkhorst to cross swords with the Council if it is never here.
For many years we have been crossing swords on this issue - mainly with the Council and only to a lesser degree with the Commission.
If, however, decentralisation is not accompanied by the necessary powers, it might well turn out to be a two-edged sword.
Why are we still two-faced in our dealings with Hezbollah, and when will we at last come to fight the organisation as a whole by fire and sword, as we do Hamas?
It is a double-edged sword, because, if it is used at the wrong moment in the cycle, it may cancel out the growth that they are trying to stimulate by other means.
Mr President, in the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy, the rapporteur and I have crossed swords on a number of occasions.
It is a little late to be realising that instead of crossing swords with the Commission, we should have focused our energies on trying to get the Council out.
Those responsible are Milosevic and his government, for whom things are not complicated in the least, as they are on their way to getting what they want by fire and the sword.
I have already crossed swords with Sir Leon Brittan about the way in which antidumping policy is managed and the way in which the quotas are managed.
Uniforms, swords and long-barreled guns fill museum cases beside homespun knapsacks, dented canteens and tiny framed pictures of wives that soldiers carried into battle.
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