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"earlier" Italian translation
The issue here is just to supplement the earlier Council Decision 2000/ 2024/ EC.
The Commissioner briefly sketched out what this might be like earlier on.
Earlier legislation already included robust measures on these points.
But I'd like to wrap things up now by alluding to something from earlier in the presentation.
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... work of earlier partners.
The key remaining question is whether the implementation deadline will be 2008, as in the common position, or whether an earlier date...
This should have happened earlier, but it is good that there will now be rules.
It was not made then, it was made several months earlier by the European Parliament.
My final point, Commissioner, is one that you addressed in your speech earlier.
Health care, as I said earlier, is the responsibility of the Member States.
Should the Commission believe that earlier reporting is required, it will do so.
We then went on to the third and fourth votes on the basis of the earlier decision of 19 July.
I do it now instead and hope he will forgive me for not doing so earlier.
First of all, the European Parliament needs to anticipate new developments at an earlier stage.
First, I am worried about the language issue, as I said earlier.
Firstly, refugees, which Mr Haarder touched on earlier.
The new rules adopted earlier this year in accordance with Article 255 are a first step on the way.
The Arab world should have been involved much earlier in the discussion of the future of the whole of the Middle East.
Four or five opportunities to see the breast masses, touch the breast mass, intervene at a much earlier stage than when we saw her.
More specifically, it is increasingly the young who are becoming addicted, at an ever earlier age, and the more precarious their lifestyle
Should similar situations arise in the future, reliable information must be made available to the citizens at a much earlier stage.
young people starting to smoke earlier.
As I indicated earlier, this is essentially a matter between two Member States.
For example, the medical card, which we debated in this House earlier this year.
Three brothers, however, were unable to attend due to commitments they had taken up earlier on.
We do not believe that this decision is rooted in the discussion held earlier in the committee.
These matters are to be assessed and analyzed in the manner which I suggested earlier.
I would remind you of the debate that we had on this subject earlier on.
Finally, we must deal with the thorny issue of the proposal on early retirement.
There is now a widespread early retirement culture within the Union.
My group does not reject the idea of this proposal on early retirement being obligatory.
These include the implementation of the early retirement scheme.
We are opening this debate two years early without taboos, without waiting for enlargement to have taken place.
Early publication of statistics and charts on money market activity
The first early publication of these data and charts will be in October 2008.
We should ask the Israeli government to show clemency by ordering an early release for Mordecai Vanunu.
However, the early resolution of the case and the dropping of all charges obviated the need for such action.
We have already looked into what Mr Graefe zu Baringdorf said about early marketing premiums.
Some methods of health prevention and early detection of illness are essential.
This was truly, truly an early-adopter product -- (Laughter) the 1905 Skinner Vacuum.
The most effective means, at this stage, of treating the cancer is still early diagnosis.
These are placed higher on the agenda than academia and at an early age.
But if this is pushed through too early it could harm all concerned.
That way we start exposing the children from very early on, on what these issues are.
And he taught me very early on about the privilege that eating represents.
I am of the view, however, that it is still too early to make a decision on the matter.
Hopefully those reassurances can be given at an early stage and can be confirmed.
Just over a week after the accident it is still too early to draw any conclusions.
It has been used to signal early warning in advance of weather-related disasters.
The method by which priorities are discussed and elaborated jointly at such an early stage has proved its worth.
I thought I might save it for him as a late Valentine but early Easter gift.
He is on his way here on the train from Paris and, as the sitting started early, is unable to attend at present.
I apologise in advance for having to leave early: I think I have caught a Strasbourg cold.
One of Madrid's key contributions is that it drafted a clear schedule early on, which was preceded by extensive deliberation.
Synonyms (English) for "earlier":
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Usage examples for "earlier" in Italian
eagre · ear · ear-muff · ear-splitting · earache · eardrum · eardrums · earing · earl · earldom · earlier · earliest · earlobe · early · earmark · earmarking · earmuff · earned · earnest · earnestness · earning
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