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"leaded" German translation
It welcomes the intention of the Secretary-General to appoint a Special Envoy to lead this process.
Mr Kyprianou will have the lead and Mr Š pidla and myself will be submitting our ideas to him.
If investigations are required in several cantons, the FOJ may appoint one of these cantons to take charge (the lead canton).
I therefore hope that Mr Prodi will take the lead during the next Presidency, so as to ensure that the Member States get the message at
Mr President, Commissioner, I was honoured to be asked by Commissioner Patten to lead the EU electoral observation mission to Sri Lanka.
And then we put a lead, which is a wire, in the right ventricle inside the heart, which does the electrogram, which is the signal voltage...
The European Union should never leave it to the United States to take the lead.
The EU has promised to take the lead in implementing this management programme.
The Force was fielded by the European Union, with France as the lead nation.
So he uses a lead that focuses on his shoulder girdle and his arm.
The European Union has offered clear signs of its desire to lead this process.
My characters are -- my lead character's a shark named Sherman.
It is neither money nor economic power play the lead in that country, but solidarity and the equality of all people.
to play the lead
We welcome the UN resolutions, as long as they do not automatically lead to war.
The measures adopted in Germany with regard to temporary work lead to a dead-end.
It can be seen where all that would lead us if this directive were to be adopted.
A future foot and mouth outbreak must never lead to a mass slaughter of livestock.
It is only the path of negotiation that can lead to a permanent and lasting peace.
lead (also: to interleave, space out)
We believe that similar action should be taken with regard to lead and organotin.
For reasons of safety, I am in favour of the use of lead in television tubes.
It is therefore not sensible to ban lead in the glass of light bulbs.
Everything you see in this picture is commercial grade: copper, lead, silver, zinc and gold.
Cadmium, which is being phased out, and lead have also been mentioned in this context.
Here, you can search for the Line spacing attribute (single line, 1.5 lines, double, proportional, at least, lead).
Time is running out, and the United States is increasing its lead.
Switzerland could then maintain its leading position and make use of the lead it has on regulation.
The United States, on the other hand, has an unchallenged lead in the manufacture of semiconductors and office machinery.
to extend one's lead
keep the lead
They are also often subject to undesirable pressure from their peers, which may lead to mental breakdown.
Furthermore, the reference to food aid in paragraph 7 is unfortunate because the assessment of this was highly critical and will lead to
It covers so many indicators that we can be led to hope for a long term economic recovery.
I do hope the police have procured some intelligent leads.
I should also like to point out to Mr Bolkestein that the course currently taken by matters has led to unrest in the US too.
Synonyms (English) for "lead":
Usage examples for "leaded" in German
lcm · lea · leach · leachate · leached · leaches · leaching · lead · lead-free · lead-pouring · leaded · leaden · leader · leaderless · leaders · leadership · leading · leading-edge · leading-in · leadman · leadoff
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