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expand_more Entonces será posible que la Constitución entre en vigor el 1 de noviembre de 2009.
Entonces será posible que la Constitución entre en vigor el 1 de noviembre de 2009.
Su región de origen y también la mía se cuentan, en efecto, entre ellas.
Context sentences for "come in" in Spanish
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EnglishI come from the Tyrol, a region which is very heavily affected by car emissions.
EnglishA week further down the line and two cases of BSE have come to light in Germany.
EnglishWhere do you come down in the argument concerning the percentage of CO2 reduction?
EnglishThe time must come for peaceful co-existence of the kind which we have in Europe.
EnglishWe are, alas, well aware that the cuts will only come at the expense of funds.
English I would ask the technical services to come and resolve this technical problem.
English Mr President, there are situations where one has to come to an understanding.
EnglishIt is difficult to come up with any reasons to regulate these matters at EU level.
EnglishHow should I, if I come from a third country, provide services in another country?
EnglishIn view of this, Commissioner Monti's initiative has come at just the right time.
EnglishTo conclude what I have to say, let me come back again to the situation in Kosovo.
EnglishI dream of a day when we can discuss this issue in the daytime - it may come.
EnglishI hope very much that Parliament will support it, and I will come back to that.
Englishattitude which shares in the love of the Father, who wishes that all should come
EnglishI would ask the technical services to come and resolve this technical problem.
Englishthe Pastors of the Dioceses - there come back to our mind with new force these
EnglishThe declared objective is to come down on 'terrorist propaganda' on the Internet.
EnglishWhere does the supervision and accountability of public administration come in?
EnglishIn this way, the European space policy will come to be part of Europe's identity.
EnglishWe have come quite a long way in our EU institutions when it comes to transparency.
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