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"openings" German translation
Most of the time, water enters buildings through small openings in doors and windows.
We do not yet know precisely what implications this will have, what kind of openings might still come.
But because you don't have many other openings, the heat coming out of this opening is sometimes very strong, active and even violent.
A parallel development could create new political openings and constitute progress, because the various interests would be directly dependent upon one another.
At the beginning of the 1990s, Laos launched a process to bring about democratic change that, during the first five years, took the form of a number of openings in the economic sector.
In other words, the EU must be open to the recommendations of other WTO Members.
The eyebrows are doing this, the eyes are defocused, and the mouth is hanging open.
The Montreux Document is open to all states and international organisations.
Access to the highest offices is, in principle, open to all, without distinction.
I note that this point remained open after the Ecofin Council meeting on December 1.
By doing so, future links you click will automatically open in Google Chrome.
And here's the same child three weeks post-operation, with the right eye open.
So, what you have is that when the pore is open, you get some current sometimes.
Click No and your computer will continue to open email links the same way as before.
...directly after a new document is opened with File - Open or with the Open icon.
It also means that the many policies of the individual directorates-general must at last be coordinated and made more open so that anyone can see what is actually happening there overall.
The British presidency was very much marked by the formal opening of this process.
I am sorry that I am not able to promise an early opening of a delegation in Macao.
Opening of the session by the President of the General Assembly (rule 31).
Opening of the meeting by the Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs.
I take note of that for the opening of tomorrow's sitting, Mrs Kinnock.
The opening-up of larger markets will assist in the process of economic growth.
The economic growth of a region and the prosperity of its people depend on opening up trade routes.
opening up new markets
The result was the opening up of new markets in third countries, but also the opening up of our markets for other industrial states.
Our main hope is that the opening up of the Mexican economy will contribute towards economic and social development in Chiapas.
In the Netherlands, an investment project takes 26 years to get from the drawing-board to the official opening - 26 years.
The opening of a building which was not finished, in the middle of an election campaign, which eight months after the opening can still not be occupied, makes the Spanish Government look ridiculous.
I have to confess that I fail to comprehend why a certain opening ceremony was held in Spain.
Opening up the energy market must not lead to the unwanted formation of monopolies.
The opening up of the natural gas market to competition must not be delayed.
But that does not mean I favour simply opening up the gates, quite the contrary.
As far as age limits are concerned, I said that I am presenting here an opening.
Secondly, I would like to point out that innovating also means opening up.
Synonyms (English) for "open":
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Synonyms (English) for "opening":
Similar translations for "openings" in German
Context sentences for "openings" in German
And openings seemed -- everyone loves opening bridges, but it's quite a basic thing.
Many openings exist; there is no need to reach for the legislative option every time.
The so-called evolution clause in the Agreement allows for further market openings. Status August 2011
I agree that the Commission's draft budget provides openings which might make that document particularly interesting.
Hopefully preparations for the elections in 2004 will clear the way for what would at least be the first openings for cooperation.
The evidence suggests that over one million women in India have increased their social standing as a result of trade openings.
If the South African side proposes meaningful market openings to the EU, we will be able to fully eliminate our tariffs by the year 2003.
Not all of them are feasible, but the new political situation may provide new openings and I will communicate my thoughts on that to you in January.
We have smoked salmon at the art openings, we have a formal printed invitation, and I even have figured out a way to get their parents to come.
I have also tried to support the provision of openings for young growers and to prevent modulation from being too heavy a penalty on growers under the pretext of quality control.
This proves that it is possible to go into issues in depth while respecting this mandate, by using the terms laid down in the mandate and all the openings which it offers.
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