"incidentally" Spanish translation
Incidentally, the Commission has made a positive contribution in this area.
Incidentally, I was interested to note that the House of Lords may be reversing the system.
Incidentally, 80 % of breast implant operations are carried out for purely cosmetic reasons.
Incidentally, I am pleased that Mr Prodi has stated that these safeguards will actually be put in place should this prove really necessary.
I would like to point out, incidentally, that these inspectors had previously done a better job than they are sometimes given credit for.
The VVD and CDA in the Liberal and Christian-Democratic groups - that are, incidentally well represented in this debate today - are opposed to making these public.
The asbestos tragedy is a typical incident and we should learn from it as much as we can.
This falls far short of the international criterion of 100 cases per million used to define high incident countries.
Large-scale video surveillance systems are limited in their effectiveness because it is difficult for operators to watch numerous monitors and keep track of every incident.
Since January, this has been the fourth such highly worrisome incident in Romania.
This sort of incident could have resulted in the break up of the European Union.
Mrs Sandbæk, I have read about this incident and the misunderstanding that occurred.
The most recent major incident is the massacre of 30 Bengali-speaking settlers.
We have already had an incident last year because we ignored our agenda.
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Usage examples for "incidentally" in Spanish
I do not think, incidentally, that this is an interference in internal affairs.
Those three factors, incidentally, are also present within the European Union.
I would point out, incidentally, that Europe costs each European 26 cents per day.
And what does the Council do, and incidentally not just after this rejection?
Incidentally, how does the EU view the latest Russian manoeuvre against Georgia?
Incidentally, we have seen time and again how bans are watered down in practice.
Incidentally, you yourself said that they were not contained in the draft.
Commissioner Flynn, incidentally, has no women at all in his private office.
Incidentally, it is published in OJ L 239 of 22 September 2000, page 133.
Incidentally, the entire resources of EUR 11.6 bn are not being returned.
There are de facto practices that, incidentally, could legitimise this course of action.
Incidentally, we should refrain from entering into debate on this issue at present.
Incidentally, I might add that I expressed my own misgivings about this from the outset.
Incidentally, that is something which has certainly been raised before in this House.
Incidentally, the compromise was the best deal for the Italian pensioners as well.
Incidentally I want to say to Johanna Boogerd-Quaak that we do not really need new ideas.
We did the same thing, incidentally, in New York, at the Beijing + 5 Conference.
Incidentally - but you know this already - we also think that the 1 % is far too high.
This example also shows, incidentally, how difficult it often is to obtain comparable data.
Incidentally, I assume you also voted, so that should appear in the Minutes too.
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