"distinction" Portuguese translation
Thus, it should be possible to make a clearer distinction between the responsibility of the Committee on Petitions and that of the Ombudsman.
Next, I think we have to make a clear distinction between problems caused by the emission of gases in general, on the one hand, and the overall phenomenon of climate change on the other.
A clear distinction between technical and intellectual inventions is required.
A view which makes no distinction between marital and entrepreneurial coexistence.
This would remove the distinction between compulsory and non-compulsory expenditure.
It is an important distinction that I would like Parliament to take note of.
Access to the highest offices is, in principle, open to all, without distinction.
In this, a distinction must be made between political management and implementation.
The distinction between compulsory and non-compulsory expenditure could also be done away with.
Many of my proposed amendments have this distinction in view.
I believe that it is imperative to make a distinction in this regard.
This is the background to the distinction made between the short and medium term.
Now comedy travels along a distinct wavelength from other forms of language.
Madam President, when we came in this morning there was a distinct smell of cigars in this Chamber.
(Laughter) You can see that this barcode is the same family, but it's distinct from parainfluenza-3, which gives you a very bad cold.
Concerning the identity of the operation, I distinctly mentioned the logo and the discussion.
We have seen the total destruction of a unique, distinctively different and ancient tribal people.
We have FIFA's clear and distinct commitment that this will happen.
If the EU institutions want to make a distinct gesture in terms of public health, they need to phase out subsidies for tobacco growing completely.
Public opinion is ready for such progress to take place and the withdrawal of actions brought against South Africa and Brazil has created a very distinct psychological climate.
Clearly, we have to present ourselves as individuals, but we must also present ourselves as an organically composed group, not as distinct individuals which are separate from each other.
When we look at these alternatives we see that there is a very distinct trend throughout Europe towards European integration.
This is, once again, one of the areas in which there is distinct European added value when viewed in the light of the contribution Europe can make to the action carried out at national level.
It is important to make a clear distinction between what is forbidden and what is undesirable.
It has also been established that it 'is not advisable to draw a sharp distinction between soft and hard drugs '.
It is vital to maintain a very clear distinction between information and advertising and to place a strict ban on the latter.
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Usage examples for "distinction" in Portuguese
The environment makes no distinction between small and medium-sized companies.
I think you will agree that it is a fairly subtle distinction, Mr Verheugen.
Parliament's report makes a very clear distinction between these two areas.
Particularly in Bavaria, these distinctions are becoming increasingly blurred.
The distinction between groundwater and surface water is not always clear.
But a clear distinction must be made between the finances allocated to each.
There is a clear distinction between the holding of rights and the ownership of rights.
Mr President, when we talk about radiation damage, we must make distinctions.
I should like to have seen this distinction clearly made in the report.
But there's nevertheless a clear distinction between food and poison.
Mr President, we make a clear distinction between Iraq's totalitarian regime and its people.
But we need to make a distinction between the different situations of many African countries.
Mr President, a distinction must be made between information and propaganda.
Moreover, no one is talking about making a distinction, and industry has not called for one.
A clear distinction needs to be drawn between precaution and prudence.
As regards the universal service, ladies and gentlemen, here again a distinction has to be made.
Firstly, I make a very clear distinction between ends and means.
Intellectually, the teacher that I am, or that I remain, understands this subtle distinction.
But will the dolphins make a distinction between a Korean net, a Japanese net and an Italian net?
What criteria did the Council use to justify this distinction?
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