Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There are exceptions to the principle that a search warrant is required.
First is the main exception to the principle of one-stop shopping.
There are however, three exceptions to the principle of 'one-stop shopping'.
"I'm offering oil as an exception to the principle" of mean reversion, he said.
Until now, in fact, there have been no exceptions to the principle of non-eligibility of such costs.
The guarantees are indeed minimal; not only that, the resolution allows for possible exceptions to the principles laid down.
Moreover, in its common position, the Council would like to introduce exceptions to the principle of maximum harmonisation.
However, the criteria for exceptions to the principle are already established by EU court rulings.
There are specific exceptions to the principle for:
Polyploidy may occur in one generation, and is an exception to the principle that evolution occurs gradually.
According to paragraph 21, the Member States may lay down exceptions to the principles of paragraph 17 in limited cases.
I shall then examine an apparent exception to the principle of Contrast, and argue that it is only apparent, and not real.
There were, however, clear difficulties in carving out an exception to the principle of sovereignty without undermining the rule of non-intervention.
Positive ac tion measures are not defined as an exception to the principle of equal treatment but as part of its implementation.
(This forms an exception to the principle, otherwise observed in Greek verse, that two successive unmarked elements are not permitted.
Delegation of the position of Commander-in-Chief is an exception to the principle that the President cannot delegate functions to others.
In implementing those Regulations inconsistencies have emerged regarding exceptions to the principle of non-eligibility for Union financing of costs related to taxes, duties and other charges.
Piracy is the broadest exception to the principle that a ship on the high seas is subject to the protection of, and jurisdiction of, her flag state.
A large part of the debate held in committee concerned the possibility of the common fisheries policy continuing to be an exception to the principle of free access to Community waters.
So far, DCI and EIDHR have been the only financial instruments not to provide for an exception to the principle of the non-eligibility of such costs.
This represents an exception to the principle extra territorium jus dicenti impune non paretur ("One who exercises jurisdiction out of his territory is not obeyed with impunity").
The exceptions to the principle of complete harmonisation can seriously hinder e-commerce because service providers are thus obliged to take account of provisions enshrined in the fifteen different legal systems.
Thirdly, an exception to the principle of equal treatment is acceptable, but only where the systems concerned provide good guarantees internally in the temporary sector itself, also for the period between two contracts.
Allows for limited exceptions to the principle of equal treatment, for example in cases where a difference in treatment on the ground of race or ethnic origin constitutes a genuine occupational requirement.
Article 5 allowed some exceptions to the principles of freedom of navigation if a government chose to give priority to its own nationals in certain cases, conditional on the absence of any agreements to the contrary.