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"hart" German translation
And then I said -- oh, and she was talking about Moss Hart, and I said, "When you met him, you knew it was him."
(Laughter) I went to visit Kitty Carlisle Hart, and she is 96, and when I brought her a copy of "The Elements of Style," she said she would treasure it.
As has already been said, the results regarding passive safety were hard-won.
People have worked very hard and achieved a great deal in a short space of time.
A clamshell's hard. There's no vacuums. There's no big furnaces. There's no poison.
The first committee of inquiry worked hard, and its work is starting to bear fruit.
But of course, they are hard-wired but we use them still in a sophisticated way.
At that time the criteria could not be tough enough, and were aimed very high.
And I learned that you have to give that in this environment, because it's tough.
Must be tough living your life according to a couple of scraps of paper.
She's a bit selfish and tough, and she never gives up without a fight.
There is a very tough approach this year to the management of the structural funds.
If any child is found violating these rules, he is severely reprimanded.
A measure may affect one country very severely and another less so.
Those who traffic in human beings must therefore be punished as severely as those who deal in drugs.
Mr President, the political wing of ETA was severely punished at the ballot boxes, and what was its response?
Any agreements between companies or abuses of dominant positions must be severely penalised.
We want a strong Europe, a Europe as strong as steel.
One of the other issues that is really affecting them at the moment is the strong pound against the ECU, against the green pound rates.
When it comes to this problem of marine oil pollution, the citizens of Europe, as well as the environment and the maritime sector, expect a Europe that takes strong action.
Strong criticism has also been directed by, for example, the UN High Commission for Refugees, against these formulations and also by organizations which work with refugee cases.
Mrs Billingham has, to her credit, worked hard to achieve a consensus and a report which should have received a strong majority.
I think that we have to be very firm and we must follow the Council's lead.
Please, stand firm where the military back-up for peace is concerned!
In my talks with the United States authorities, I hope to be firm.
She has known when to hold firm and when to make concessions.
I am saying this to you because there will be those who advise you to stand firm and make no concessions.
It is true that at first reading we were quite severe with the Commission about the reform.
This is a severe blow to a sector which is already under strain on account of the fragile market situation for salmon.
We also know that any opposition is severely repressed and that repression is particularly severe in relation to the ethnic minorities.
The Commission agrees with this House that the conditions of detention for political prisoners and prisoners of conscience are severe and must be improved.
It should be noted that the criticism in Mr McCartin's report is just as severe as that in the report on the 1996 accounts, which brought the previous Commission down.
And it's too cerebral to animate guts and hearts and behavior when the going gets rough.
Mr Howitt, I hope you do not feel that you received the rough end of my treatment in this season of goodwill.
And the going is pretty rough right now.
They made their way to the Greek border and requested political asylum, but received rough treatment at the hands of riot police.
I trust that European Union leaders will make sure that there is no backsliding by any European governments when the going starts to get rough.
The conditions of competition are particular harsh in the pig production sector.
We know that the current situation in Cabinda is extremely harsh for the Cabindese.
Commissioner, you were, of course, a little harsh about the level of the payments.
Even if this is harsh, at least it has the merit of being clear.
Even if it sounds harsh, technical improvements are necessary.
This is a transitional budget: as Mr Walter said, it shows us the tough reality of figures which are, once again, a reflection of the miserly rigidity of the States.
Hundreds of thousands of people lost their lives, millions lost close relatives or their livelihoods.
It is very close to our pain threshold.
Human rights represent an on-going problem where any presumed advance must be scrutinised closely.
However, for two years the major cockle fisheries in these areas have been closed, causing significant hardship and even bankruptcy.
So far even war criminals have been treated less harshly by the Serbian judiciary.
I speak as one who, in this House during Mrs Fontaine's term of office, was often harshly critical of her.
You mustn't judge us too harshly.
If you fail to deliver on this then we will all judge you very harshly and will in fact all suffer as a result.
Having experienced how effective the EU can be, we should refrain from criticising the Treaty of Nice too harshly, for it is all we have in the way of a Treaty system.
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Chairman: Thomas Mayr-Harting (Austria)
Chairman: Thomas Mayr-Harting (Austria)
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