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"came of" French translation
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Usage examples for "came of" in French
Dr. Christodoulou also alleged that the question of refugees came about in 1974.
The islands came under Britain's sphere of influence in the late 19th century.
Over 70 per cent of experts came from the public sector of transition economies.
Some of them came there saying they were uncertain if they could afford that.
Those allegations came from the commissioner of the RCMP and the auditor general.
A total of 35 per cent of requests came from duty stations outside Headquarters.
The 26 responses received as of 9 September 2008 came from the following countries:
A move was made in that direction 15 years ago, but nothing ever came of it.
Similar figures also came out of a study comparing Switzerland and Austria.
In 1995 600, 000 were exported from the EU and half of those came from Ireland.
A certificate formalizing the release of children came into effect in May 2004.
1.2 Statutory Instrument 242 of 2003 came into effect on 15 September 2003.
At that time she had not indicated that her attackers came out of the Somali clubs.
I should just like to mention one other thing that came out of our findings in 1995.
Again, these allegations of abuse came from the community members themselves.
The Agency came under the Ministry of the Interior and was financed from its budget.
They came in with sort of a scorched earth policy in terms of health care.
The Act on Support for Victims of Trafficking came into force on 1 January 2007.
I would like to provide just one example of what came out of the hearing.
I want to address some of the comments that came from members of the NDP.
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