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"course credit" French translation
The concept and composition of families has changed over the course of time, illustrating the fact that the family is a living, dynamic...
Between ius proprium and ius commune are the laudabiles consuetudines, i.e. the principles elaborated by case law with the course of time.
More concretely, for some, Jesus would be one of the many faces which the Logos has assumed in the course of time to communicate with
(a) On the normal course of vessels showing the marking referred to in article 3.16;
However, days spent in the State of activity in transit in the course of a trip between two points outside the State of activity should be
Of course, it is not just a matter of resolving the situation on the ground.
But now, I believe, we must set about charting our course for the future.
They got it going, organized it and eventually made a golf course in it.
Mr. Speaker, the hotel was owned by the company that owned the golf course.
The course is being held at ICCROM, with field work at the nearby church of Santa Cecilia.
(ii) They shall be able to effect a major change of course quickly and easily;
18.104.22.168 The vessel/convoy must be able to keep a chosen straight course.
We must chart a course to higher ground where the mountain top becomes more visible.”
However, a craft which is on the starboard side of the channel shall maintain its course.
Then, in the next 60 s, the vessel/convoy should be able to return to its original course.
Not everybody will always agree all the time with the right course to take.
Instead, the Secretariat was proposing a more far-sighted and sensible course of action.
The aims and purposes of the organization and its main course of action:
suggesting a particular course of action at this point in time would be
The aims and purposes of the organization and its main course of action
There are fears and uncertainties, of course, but they need to be cleared away!
Not just to the fact that our share of the market is declining: of course it is.
It also makes good economic sense, of course, to lift the restrictions.
In the course of adapting itself to the EU, Poland was transformed into a market economy.
It was now for the General Assembly to decide what course of action to take.
In some cases, staff from different disciplines participate in the same course.
The 2007 Summer Course will take place at Queen's College, University of London.
The report, as amended during the course of the meeting, was adopted unanimously.
This course is held every year and is part-sponsored by the national machinery.
We will do so at a later stage in the course of the Commission's deliberations.
Nearly all have the main course, but only every second schoolchild takes the salad.
However, we also recognize that, in any menu, there will be an appetizer before the main course.
However, only about 17 per cent of them eat all the food offered (main course, salad, bread and drink), girls even less than boys.
The main course consisted of a medley of grilled chicken and beef tenderloin in port wine juice, roast garlic mashed potatoes and a variety
More entities now use the Internet as a training platform to conduct web-based courses on gender mainstreaming.
Park Metropolitan course
The chauffeur would be Mr Vatanen and President Prodi would, of course, be the parish priest.
course of treatment
When necessary, there is a full course of treatment on an inpatient basis.
Of course, drug costs are only a portion of the cost of treating HIV/AIDS.
The whole course of the real-time processing is available on Internet.
(o) DOTS (directly observed treatment, short-course) Centre for Uzbekistan;
This should, of course, go hand in hand with the correct and prompt handling of complaints.
We will, of course, keep the Security Council fully informed of these developments.
That, of course, is compatible with the continuing development of their policies.
The course of events in the Middle East is of growing concern and alarm.
Enrolment by course and by sex, from 1987 to 1997 (first cycle, all levels)
The future course of the disease and its real magnitude remain unknown.
Old war horses are trotted out again and given one more exhausted run around the course.
We believe that this course of action is ambitious, yet achievable.
This policy course is still at the exploratory stage.
That is an obvious course we will be glad to take.
But this new course of action is very exciting.
An 18hole competition course Par 72/6120 m at the disposal of the convention guests.
The goalposts for the maintenance of sanctions should not be shifted in mid-course.
lf we don't do something...... there'll be a golf course where we're standing.
What are the mechanisms in place for mid-course programme adjustment?
The company had been formed to develop an international golf course.
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Usage examples for "course credit" in French
couple · couples · coupling · coupon · courage · courageous · courageously · courgette · courier · course · course-credit · courser · courses · coursework · court · courteous · courteously · courteousness · courtesan · courtesy · courthouse
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