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"unknown" en español
About 8 000 have now been released, but an unknown number still remain in custody.
Many people are tempted by this kind of thing and set out into the unknown.
We are friends with the House of Saud, where democracy is a completely unknown concept.
For example, drag "Unknown Album" on top of the album "Giant Steps."
Too much is at stake for us to venture into the unknown in this way.
For them, the Union is distant and unknown, even though they feel that they need it.
This is a percentage which is unknown in our European countries, thank God.
Of course cohabitation is not entirely unknown here in the European Parliament.
I think it is highly improper, therefore, to take a vote on this unknown, undebated motion.
It affects all means, all latitudes but it is still unknown to a great extent.
Since its independence in 1958, Guinea has only ever known dictatorial regimes.
It is little known that the Lisbon Treaty strengthens participatory democracy.
one of the monasteries at the foot of Mount Olympus in Bithynia, then known as
What is the position with this LEADER-EAST programme, formerly known as INPART?
No wonder that in London Mr Tannock is known as the Member for Eastern Europe.
Gross domestic product is the best known measure of macro-economic activity.
(ET) The seas are the least studied and least well-known part of the biosphere.
The position of the Council with regard to the death penalty is well known.
In view of the widely known budgetary situation, there is a need for action here too.
My stance of absolute opposition to the use of nuclear power is well known.
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Without any prospects for the future, unknown criminals are taking over power.
It is clear that the long-term effects of this process are completely unknown.
Then, by improvising, I was able to explore virgin territory and unknown continents.
unknown previously, thanks to the Second Vatican Council, which John XXIII
The majority of the victims of the theocratic regime in Iran are unknown.
dominion over the world itself reveal-to a previously unknown degree-that
The long-term effects of the use of ecstasy are still very much unknown.
You know that an unknown amount of money is lost through fraud or misappropriation.
If this concept is unknown to society, its solidarity is unable to help.
The exact cause of the accident in the Gulf of Mexico is still unknown.
previously unknown layers typical of our time, the phenomenon of atheism in its
There are still so many unknown factors associated with BSE, and more research is needed.
These are almost unknown in the UK, though prevalent on the Continent.
The fate of several children detained by the military is still unknown.
Other sensitive information, of a kind as yet unknown, may be anticipated in the long term.
In earlier times, however, cases were largely unknown and civil society was not as active.
The impact of such intervention on process outcomes is also unknown.
SARS is a disease whose risks and dangers are still largely unknown.
The cash flow and interest-bearing consequences of that are important and hitherto unknown.
They arrested one of the most senior monks, and four others whose fate is unknown.
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