Voorbeeldzinnen voor "at variance" in het Nederlands
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EnglishIn my view, this variance is, in the majority of cases, more imagined than real.
EnglishThese basic ideas lead to conclusions that are completely at variance with the demands of the future.
EnglishWhere we are at variance, however, with Mr Bangemann is what you do legally with the rest.
EnglishThe English version of the report is at variance in a number of places with the Spanish and French versions.
EnglishEurope is not being built at variance with the secular reality of the nations on our continent.
EnglishThe provision of SGIs at local, regional and national level has been at variance with Community legislation.
EnglishThis model encourages intensified production, at complete variance with the multifunctional face of agriculture.
EnglishAs to compliance with all the rules, that claim is distinctly at variance with the current report from the Court of Auditors.
EnglishThere were no precedents for the entry of a commercial partner whose rules were at such variance with the common system.
EnglishAnd we can begin to say how much variance do we find, how many letters that vary in at least one of those individual sequences.
EnglishThis would be tantamount to creating an atmosphere of undue intellectual pressure and restriction, totally at variance with an open democratic society.
Englishto be at variance with
EnglishIn terms of the markets, we now have two situations at variance with one another: a surplus of beef and veal and a deficit of sheepmeat.
EnglishNo statistics are kept of the outcome of votes in connection with its decisions and judges do not express views at variance with Court judgments.
EnglishWhat we have now is not just inadequate but actually at variance with all the hopes, requirements and justified expectations we have expressed!
EnglishThis means, in other words, that today's debate, in my view, is at variance with the Rules of Procedure, which is why I do not wish to contribute any further to it.
EnglishIt strikes me that the implementation of this programme is one of those instances in which the overbearing eagerness of the most federalist plans is at variance with reality.
EnglishHowever, the final title and scope of this report was much less precise than we had anticipated, and its conclusions are at significant variance from our own.
EnglishMost EU States, except for Austria, Greece and Luxembourg, now produce their own annual reports, albeit with a huge variance in the quality of information provided.
EnglishThat is what my group is in favour of and we support your approach of trying to take out those items in the explanatory statement which are at variance with the Rules of this House.
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- at the top
- at the top of one's voice
- at the upper end
- at the value of
- at the very least
- at this juncture
- at this moment
- at this point
- at this stage
- at times
- at variance
- at will
- at work
- at worst
- at your fingertips
- at your service
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