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"common" Dutch translation
Today your voice is the common currency and we salute you for that.
The torture and abuse of suspects are also common practice.
I am sure - one can read that also in the Council's joint declaration - that this is common ground.
Oranges became common in New York.
It is a European pilot project, and has nothing in common with the US model.
I believe that racism and anti-Semitism have one aspect in common with terrorism.
Unfortunately, this is not the only thing these programmes have in common.
They have that at least in common with Members of the European Parliament.
Both groups, however, have one thing in common: they want the eco-label to succeed.
This is extremely important for the development of Europe’ s common interest.
There is a common misconception that this is a protectionist agenda.
The Commission must remain the guardian of the Treaties and serve the common interest.
Let us focus on education, let us work together for the common good.
The other problem, forced prostitution, is also a matter of common knowledge.
Take Belarus, for example, where the idea of a common approach is simply absurd.
It should be painfully clear that this is a question of common humanity.
But that is in the natural order of things; it is common sense.
He has no doubt that this ability will, one day, be a common tool in the military arsenal.
What's common among these groups of cells is that they all produce the neurotransmitter dopamine.
The common environmental policy is indeed necessary, but not sufficient in itself.
With the European agriculture model, we have a common agricultural policy in mind.
Additionally, the description of the term " common interest " deserves attention.
The common policy is particularly important for small countries within the EU.
The fact is that Iraq demonstrated that there is not yet a common European policy.
The Member States and the Union must have a common system that works.
This first project was to have been a model of the common foreign policy.
The Maastricht Treaty requires that Union should have an active common human rights policy.
We should call a spade a spade, and adopt common European legislation on immigration.
At the heart of this is our joining in defending our common values.
It is, therefore, for the Commission to find the common denominator as soon as possible.
As usual, harmonisation is occurring at the lowest common denominator.
We do not have to bring things down to the lowest common denominator right from the start.
This does not mean the lowest common denominator of existing national regimes.
Those who tabled the amendments seem to be wrestling with the lowest common denominator itself.
The common state of affairs is to have overlapping versions of hominids, not one.
Very large numbers of animals die of natural causes or common ailments.
After all your posturing, all your little speeches, you're nothing but a common thief.
It is true that to an English common lawyer this is unknown territory.
Is a Common Market Organisation appropriate, or a simple regulation?
And this is a little clip from an elementary school, which is very common in England.
So an example might be, if you go back 100 years ago when electricity was first becoming common, there were a lot of fears about it.
And just a few short years following their discovery, aluminum changed from a precious metal costing as much as silver to a common structural material.
Mr President, this is not a sign of freedom: it is common commercial plagiarism.
It was common.
The most common type of stainless steel contains 18 % of nickel, but it can contain up to 30 %.
But I don't know that that's the common debate.
It is quite common for universities and centres of excellence to have funding from particular bodies.
One of the most common ways of dividing the world is into those who believe and those who don't -- into the religious and the atheists.
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Usage examples for "common" in Dutch
This phenomenon is, unfortunately, all too common throughout the European Union.
If we wish to achieve something by what we are doing, we must have common rules.
This common admonition seems to be very relevant in the case of Europe's security.
Actual common actions and positions can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
One very common reaction I've heard about 20 times is, "But it was investigated.
It is only on how to reach this common goal that we are not at all in agreement.
I noticed, Mr President, that you spoke of " our common day of celebration. "
Shellfish, mussels, oysters, clams, tilapia, char -- these were the common species.
It is essential to have a proper expenses regime and to have a common salary.
But in common with others, we too are having to endure the greenhouse effect.
It would be desirable if the Union had a common voice in this important area.
You know this: reports on violations of human rights are common in the media.
Breast cancer is the most common cause of death among women aged between 35 and 55.
They are and will continue to be the key element in the common market organisation.
No-one ever listened to these warnings which were full of common sense and realism.
This is the quintessence of the common market and of the single European market.
The discussion on the common organisation of the markets does not end there.
A common denominator for capital investment already exists, namely the euro.
In its common position the Council tries to take refuge behind technical problems.
That situation will be improved through our all obtaining common minimum conditions.
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