"prestigious" Spanish translation
A prestigious fair for all the key players in Heritage.
It is sad that our country cannot take away any tangible sign of its prestigious term of office, which has ended in surrender to the humiliation of adjournment.
But I feel that it is my duty, and a great pleasure, to comment on what has been said by two such illustrious persons, both of whom lecture at Italy's most prestigious economic university.
Winners of the first Young Darwin Prize were announced at a prestigious event in the Natural History Museum.
He had obtained the diploma of Master of Arts, which we could compare to that of a prestigious secondary school of our time.
The prestigious award has been active for 19 years, and it includes of a monetary award for the author and the publication of his research work.
Despite all this, he had to resign from this prestigious post, because that same year the General Chapter of the order elected him minister-general.
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Usage examples for "prestigious" in Spanish
Hence the need for a food safety authority which is prestigious and well respected.
“M-Audio is truly honored to receive this prestigious award,” said McCall.
There are prestigious sports that have evolved from violent practices.
It is undoubtedly, as Mr Tannock has said, a great country with a prestigious past.
However, some of our most prestigious industrial companies have not understood what we are doing.
For more than ten years, Bill Shannon has been making his mark on the most prestigious alternative stages in the U.
President Niyazov has spared neither cost nor effort to glorify his own persona in the form of prestigious constructions.
Nothing is remembered of the very recent Presidencies of two prestigious countries, because virtually nothing was done.
Prodir increases its Pen-Book assortment with two new models intended for the most prestigious brands: the CS8 Block and the CS8 Ring.
Such prestigious assignments make audio clarity and fidelity crucial—another reason why Transmix purchased the VENUE system.
Masterpieces of fine art from the most prestigious museums in the world decorated parks, alleys and streets throughout the center of Tashkent.
I am pleased that the European Parliament representation is also a prestigious one, as the former President of Portugal will be representing it.
During her collaborations, Mérédith Caron has received many prestigious awards in Quebec, including a Gémeau, seven Gascon-Roux and two Masque awards.
Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, environmental protection is a prestigious field of politics, and rightly so.
Before the 1992 reform of the common agricultural policy, the report on agricultural prices was one of the most sought-after and most prestigious reports.
We are surprised, in particular, that the voices of prestigious independent intellectual, religious and political figures should have been so discreet.
These unique experiences can be manifested in various forms:Large public ProductionsCorporate EventsPrivate AffairsPrestigious Appearances.
Next week we have a very prestigious meeting in Brussels where we anticipate between 800 and 1, 000 unemployed people attending our Parliament in Brussels.
Francis Laporte also creates images for prestigious television broadcasts, such as the opening ceremonies of the Jeux de la Francophonie and the awards ceremony La Soirée des Jutra.
It is entirely in character that the Secretary-General did not use this occasion to indulge the plaudits that inevitably and rightly come with prestigious prizes such as this.
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