"partly" German translation
Of these, some 12 % were checked, partly on the spot and partly by satellite.
The deceit is partly the product of official government propaganda in Moscow.
Commissioner Monti is partly responsible for this, and we are working together.
The lack of such coherence partly explains the argument over the legal base.
This experience is partly the key to the success of the Belgian presidency.
This is partly due to the language problem, but this is not the only reason.
The explanation is partly peoples ' increasing commitment to environmental issues.
We can accept wholly, partly or in principle, five of the six amendments.
This has partly happened because the three states are members of the Council of Europe.
So that ice sheet is partly floating, and it's exposed to the ocean, to the ocean heat.
I want to refer partly to a point of order and partly to yesterday's Minutes.
On the world market too, the supply of cereals dropped, partly for climatic reasons.
These changes are certainly positive, but partly problematic, and in any case are of a complex nature.
There are two markets in Europe who defend their positions to the bitter end, partly even using doubtful means.
This is partly because it is a less pure substance than carrageenan, and partly because the substances are not the same.
We now know what kind of questions we will have on the table for this last part.
Ibid., part I, section entitled “Article VI and eighth to twelfth preambular paragraphs”, para.
So too does Mr Goebbels ' report, even if the part about Sweden is limited.
This part of Amendment No 41 cannot, therefore, be approved.
I therefore reject the relevant part of Amendment No 20.
They are leaving their country, and as they do so a part of the future of this country is lost.
It is, then, part of the legacy of the former Soviet Union, burdening a poor country like Lithuania.
But we are also looking at part of the future of vocational training.
On the right hand side, that bit there is part of an installation that is about 12 feet long.
When a child dies, a part of each of us is extinguished.
European tourists bear a considerable part of the responsibility for this situation.
The country to hold the presidency played an important part in reaching these results.
To this end, Mr President, we must play an active part in the Intergovernmental Conference.
The European Parliament has an obligation to take an active part in all these sensitive issues.
So if you want it to be better, then you've got to show up and do your part of the deal.
Before inserting a new end point, the last part of the line will be opened directly in front of the start point.
So the experience of humanity has always been that there are some shapes which have this peculiar property, that each part is like the
In submitting to Parliament a communication on individual sectors, on which Parliament then draws up reports, we are of course dealing only with small parts of a general policy.
He started selling surplus parts, kits, to schools and stuff.
c. Unmanned aerial vehicles and parts and components therefor with any of the following characteristics:
a. Non-civil certified aircraft and specially designed parts and components therefor.
d. Parts and components for civil-certified aircraft (not including engines).
#6. Non-civil certified aircraft; all aero gas turbine engines; unmanned aerial vehicles; and parts and components
Coining new words, however, has never been part of a good communication strategy.
The Protocols and Annexes to this Treaty shall form an integral part thereof.
If you use Google Apps, Google Docs is included as part of the suite of products.
I do not think it is necessary for classic cars to be part of the directive.
In future, this will also form an inherent part of the European Constitution.
And I think perhaps somewhere in our history we sort of, divided our lives up into lots of parts.
Even the parts of the airplane had French names.
The Danish Social Democrats voted for the Thyssen report today, but against certain parts of the report.
It's like the parts list of your body.
The Framework Programme must play a part in increasing awareness of this issue.
The Commission on its part has promised an inquiry into the role of the army.
In exchange, Europe will continue to play its full part in the peace process.
Part Two Role of the United Nations system and other international actors
What came through in English was that Parliament plays no part in discharge of the EDF.
All other amendments are acceptable to the Commission, either in full or in part.
Well then, we must endeavour to implement this major undertaking, at least in part.
Of the 35 amendments, we can accept 17 in their entirety and eight in part.
Therefore, we now have the chance to remedy the situation, if only in part.
(b) Holding office in an enterprise owned in whole or in part by the State.
Of these the Commission can accept a further 34 - either totally or in part.
These rights should therefore be included in the first part of the charter.
The project is part art and part science. There's an environmental component.
Woman 2: Part hippie, part yogi, part Brooklyn girl -- I don't know.
I want to say that I heartily agree, especially with the last part of your speech.
The association agreements are also an important part of the Barcelona Process.
The second part guides the implementation of development aid at Community level.
The Court of Justice of the European Union shall in accordance with Part III:
But it is part of the infringement proceedings and is regarded as the first step.
At the same time, we are inviting them to come and explore our part of the world.
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Usage examples for "partly" in German
partitation · partitations · partition · partitioned · partitioning · partitioning-off · partitions · partitive · partizan · partizans · partly · partner · partner-swapping · partners · partnership · partnerships · partook · partridge · partridges · parts · parturition
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