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expand_more Se ha creado una comisión de redacción predecesora de una comisión constitucional.
El Tratado de Lisboa difiere de su predecesor, el aciago Tratado Constitucional, en que ya no es tan solo un único texto consolidado.
expand_more EGNOS es el precursor del sistema GALILEO.
Convertirá a Europa en pionera y precursora mundial en este ámbito.
Europa es un precursor en esta área, y el Artículo 29 de los objetivos del comité da lugar a una gran preocupación.
expand_more Convertirá a Europa en pionera y precursora mundial en este ámbito.
Por lo tanto, desempeñará un papel estratégico como precursora de este nuevo proceso de integración y desarrollo.
Gracias a las decisiones adoptadas en Bruselas, la UE continúa siendo precursora en la protección internacional del clima.
Context sentences for "forerunner" in Spanish
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EnglishA drafting committee has been set up as a forerunner to a Constitutional Commission.
EnglishWhat occurred this year could be a forerunner of still worse fires in the future.
EnglishBasking here in the glory of the role of forerunner will not achieve a great deal.
EnglishThe Nordic countries have been a forerunner of and an example to the EU in this regard.
EnglishIt will make Europe a global pioneer and forerunner in this area.
EnglishThe Belgian Presidency is proceeding with the same robust and regular rhythm as its Swedish forerunner.
EnglishWe all agreed on this when we dealt with the forerunner to Mr Stockmann's report.
EnglishIt will thus play a strategic role as a forerunner of this new process of integration and development.
EnglishIn 1966 the catalog also added the Automatic Decompression meter, a forerunner to the modern dive computer.
EnglishA forerunner without anyone following reminds me a little of Don Quixote, whom we should not be emulating.
EnglishEurope is a forerunner in this area, and Article 29 of the committee’s objections gives rise to great concern.
EnglishThanks to the decisions taken in Brussels, the EU remains the forerunner in international climate protection.
EnglishEGNOS is the forerunner of the Galileo system.
EnglishEurope is a forerunner in this area, and Article 29 of the committee ’ s objections gives rise to great concern.
EnglishThe EU can be the forerunner here.
EnglishWe know that no such thing will happen and that, on the contrary, legal immigration is the forerunner of full-scale immigration.
EnglishCombined transport, which we are debating here today, is a tried and tested forerunner of intermodal goods transport.
EnglishWe all recognize this but this is a constructive budget and I trust it will be the forerunner to even greater cooperation in the future.
EnglishThese so-called forerunner substances react naturally with other substances and in doing so they both form and destroy ozone.
EnglishIt originally began with a recommendation by the ‘Molitor group’, which was a forerunner of the present Commission’s ‘better regulation’ initiative.
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