"normally" Italian translation
Normally, political considerations are not taken into account in financial dealings.
My understanding is that those animals are normally taken out of the food chain.
It is quite usual for us to receive this report at the end of the year, normally in November.
And so the power music has I normally compare to the power love when love doesn't see a color.
Normally this happens quickly, but occasionally, it could take a couple of minutes.
And what doesn’t work is fear of dying, and that’s what’s normally used.
Normally there is a question about presenting activities on their website.
It normally meets in my absence but I accept full responsibility for its activities.
It sucks in air normally, but when it swallows water, it feels the resistance of it.
For decades we were deprived of the opportunity for normal economic development.
We therefore propose to take the matter seriously and follow the normal procedure.
Allow me now to turn to the proposal on the minimum level of the normal rate.
It is quite normal for its economic activity to follow the same evolutionary curve.
There is also, however, the proposal to extend the threshold of the normal VAT rate.
It is unacceptable that the police consider torture a normal means to an end.
Normally, God the Father grants his pardon through the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation.(14)
That is not necessarily my group's normal position.
As has been said by previous speakers, we find ourselves in a position of consensus rather than the normal position of animosity between the institutions.
I would suggest to the House that we should in any event commence our debate, reversing the normal pattern by beginning with the Commission statement, if this is acceptable to the Commissioner.
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Usage examples for "normally" in Italian
Even those intended specifically for women, are normally tested on men only.
You, who are normally such a communicative President, forgot to mention that.
I was very disappointed in the Swedes, who normally boast about their openness.
Normally, the way we vote is paragraph by paragraph, recital by recital.
Because normally it was always said, power to detect, and that's it, or power to punish.
Abstention does not normally mean taking a clear position but in this case it does.
It is normally its practice not to comment on specific cases of this kind.
In election years of course one plenary session held in Strasbourg is normally cancelled.
Generally speaking, I can inform you that work is proceeding normally.
See, normally in school, you do things like solve quadratic equations.
And this plane, the model, BA146, which was run by FAAM, normally flies 120 to 130 people.
At present, the European Parliament normally has codecision rights on legislation.
Interest rate decisions are normally discussed at the first meeting of the month only.
Now this was into August now, and normally sharks peak at June, July.
So, normally I just ignore the doorbell, but on this day I answered.
But when it comes to health, the damage cannot normally be made good.
But what normally preoccupied them also involved yearning to know.
On Fridays we normally discuss fish, and today we are discussing the sea. "
Mr President, my first point is that this is where one normally praises the rapporteur.
I use those terms for convenience, but I never normally use them.
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