"quite distinctly" German translation
Similar translations for "quite distinctly" in German
Usage examples for "quite distinctly" in German
Indeed, it is quite in keeping with the positions this House has always adopted.
As Mr Poettering quite rightly said, this is not the time for hasty conclusions.
The escalated violence and brutality of the occupation is quite disproportionate.
So the quiet revolution, Mr Van Velzen, is taking on quite a political momentum.
As I said before, I quite agree with Mrs Ahlqvist's assessment of the situation.
We can be quite satisfied with the policy against acidification pursued hitherto.
We believe that the EU will have to be quite forceful in fostering this approach.
It is quite clear that what we are engaged in here is research and development.
The laws that have been adopted and the proposals in this area are quite telling.
Mr Folias has quite rightly drawn our attention to that aspect of the proposal.
The Commission is going to submit a fresh proposal, and our vote was quite clear.
It is quite clear that the precautionary approach is the first thing to be taken.
On Category 5 the text is quite explicit and I do not have to say anything on it.
However, Commissioner Vitorino has just presented the situation quite differently.
Here are your measures which quite explicitly promote environmental protection.
For all these reasons, I think that the Commission's proposal is quite positive.
We are either in favour of human rights or, quite simply, we are against them.
This is quite clear to me, because I recognise the importance of this concept.
Turkey does of course have quite different problems from the other candidates.
Without this toleration the regime would have fallen by now, I am quite convinced.
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