EnglishWe must ensure that postal companies are able and obliged to carry out this task.
EnglishEuropean rights of citizenship do not seem to carry much weight in this situation.
EnglishMorocco is within its rights but, having got to this point, should we carry on?
EnglishIt is inevitable that they will carry equipment which is synchronised with Galileo.
EnglishThat is a message we want you to carry from Strasbourg to your people in Poland.
EnglishInstead, we should continue to carry out a comprehensive case-by-case risk analysis.
EnglishI hope that you and your group do not carry this responsibility, Mr President.
EnglishNo-one has dared actually to carry out that dismantling, not even in America.
EnglishThe intention at the moment is to carry out a comprehensive analysis of the project.
EnglishI have no doubt that you will carry out your responsibilities with efficiency.
EnglishIt is not enough to carry out social impact assessments of European legislation.
EnglishYou can carry out hyphenation in text documents either automatically or manually.
EnglishI will carry that message back to the Dublin One Summit and the Dublin Two Summit.
EnglishI also want to emphasise what Mr Harbour said about the 'must carry ' principle.
EnglishThere is a great deal of criticism of the way in which we carry out self-monitoring.
Englishhis total openness to his Heavenly Father, whose will he was determined to carry
EnglishThe General Definitory has named a commission ad hoc to carry out this study.
EnglishTo ensure this, it should be made possible to carry out checks on funding.
EnglishI know that there are fresh proposals to carry out more detailed research.
EnglishHave appropriations been set aside under the 3rd CSF to carry out the project?