"later" Spanish translation
They must be the same version or later than the server software being accessed.
It is still unclear though, whether it is just delaying visits to a later time.
But I want to request that the Swiebel report be postponed to a later date.
Burn any kind of file and use the disc in a Windows XP or later computer
Burn any kind of file and use the disc in a Windows XP or later computer.
Six months later, with the Gothenburg Council, we have to acknowledge failure.
It is not a matter of what others shall do later, but of what we shall do now.
It also contributed to Milosevic being discredited and defeated a few months later.
Later, if the Belgian Presidency is successful, we will have to conclude the work.
was also later clearly reflected in the pontificate of John Paul I and that of
I respect that, but in such instances, there should not be any gaps in the programme later.
We can then discuss this when we come to ratify the Nice Treaty a little later this year.
So, courage or not, we will see about that aspect later.
We will come to our first reading later this year and that will be the time when substantive decisions will be taken.
Even at that time, we needed a long time to become aware of the reality and we later said, " Yes, if only we had known that ".
And will we later be asking ourselves why no timely precautions were taken?
You can present it later, and then the House can decide whether or not it accepts it.
This led to the Stability Pact being adopted, a subject I shall return to later.
Later on, however, after 20 days, will there be a different strategy?
Have you ever saved a file and then had trouble finding it later on?
Randomised controlled trials comparing early and late cord clamping.
Such removal neither reduces or prevents late incisor crowding.
The start of European research in this field in 1991 must therefore at least be referred to as late.
The Commission has already come to us asking for urgency at a very late date, on the issue of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
We are not altogether happy about the proposal being brought before Parliament for consultation at such a late stage.
I am not forgetting notable exceptions such as our late fellow Member from Poland, Filip Adwent.
It is not so long ago that the late President Mitterrand reminded us that nationalism means war.
I do not know how this translates but, as my late father would have said, pull the other leg.
Mr President, as the late Tip O'Neill said: ' All politics is local '.
We should mention that the late Patriarch was indeed a young and inspired Patriarch and his loss will be keenly felt.
We should ask ourselves whether the deadline of 2003 is too late for Europe.
Mr President, I apologize about all these changes at this late stage.
Some will experience late radiation tissue injury (LRTI) developing months or years later.
Commissioner, I am grateful for your presence at this late hour.
Data for late death and disability were not in a form suitable for analysis.
Unfortunately, I noticed too late that my name was not on the attendance register.
But we believe that at this stage it is too late to criticize the Commission.
We got there too late, just as we had in Bosnia, in Kosovo and in Afghanistan.
Madam President, I do not think I have ever spoken in Parliament as late as this.
The report by the financial controller, for example, was submitted relatively late.
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Usage examples for "later" in Spanish
Here we are today, more than two years later, and this is as far as we have got.
I will comment on the certification scheme later with respect to other amendments.
We will have the opportunity to assess their effectiveness at a later stage.
I assume that the Commission will come back to this issue a little later on.
Measures are needed now to avoid the need for more expensive measures later.
Mr Fischler will talk about this in detail later in relation to agricultural policy.
There are not yet any data on growth or development through later childhood.
A sub-analysis showed more IUDs came out when inserted right away rather than later.
This was proposed as long ago as 1978 by James Tobin, who later won the Nobel Prize.
I hope to be publishing an own-initiative report on this later in the year.
Does that mean that I will, at a later date, at some point receive a reply?
I am, of course, referring to the Erika directives which are due at a later stage.
However, I will be willing to return and give you a more detailed answer later on.
Metropolitan of Krakow, Archbishop and later Cardinal Adam Stefan Sapieha,
We shall prepare the legislation on the recognition of examinations later this autumn.
This will enable you to find the position in the document more easily later on.
When you click the icon later, the website will open in Internet Explorer.
Nine months later, she formed a coalition with – as we know – Mr Erbakan.
This information will be used later in this section to estimate network traffic.
I can quote, as an example, Mr Cashman's report, which we shall be debating later.
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