EnglishThat will be a powerful means of gauging the consequences, among other things, of this new regulation.
EnglishThe Heads of State and Government will be gauging the progress we have made in meeting the challenge set at Lisbon.
EnglishThe European Central Bank has done its job well and is continuing to do so by gauging the strategies for bringing us out of the crisis.
EnglishThese petitions are a way of gauging what concerns European citizens in respect of European legislation.
EnglishThe yardstick by which we, as Europeans, must be gauging our own performance is our human rights dimension, including in our dealings with China.
EnglishThe Commission's definition is attractive, almost philosophical, but perhaps not so practical to use for gauging properly what it is actually about.
EnglishHowever, we will be gauging your performance in another sense as well.
EnglishThe Commission is carefully following the discussion and gauging, on the basis of contacts with the other institutions, when such a proposal should be adopted by the Commission.
EnglishThe process of gauging public opinion therefore needs to be carried out openly, in a way that takes account of both experts in the audio-visual sector and the views of the public.