Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Explicit conditions are always applied with operations of this kind, where necessary.
"Perhaps it was the donor's explicit condition that her name not be revealed.
But there had been explicit conditions too.
And some Christmas givers must be classified as bribers because their gifts are accompanied by explicit conditions.
And when we agreed to join them back in the beginning, there was never any explicit condition made that we would have to embrace Unity."
However, it will also be tempted to make Soviet military spending and an end to repression of the Baltics explicit conditions for aid.
Access to prisoners is an explicit condition of Mr. Clinton's executive order on China's future trade relations.
Specifically, in the explicit condition, participants performed an old/new recognition judgment on a list of words, half new and half repeated.
The simple conditional is used principally in a main clause accompanied by an implicit or explicit condition (if-clause).
Rather than having explicit condition variables, each monitor (i.e. object) is equipped with a single wait queue in addition to its entrance queue.
Article 26 of the same directive provides for the strict and explicit conditions under which it is possible to transfer personal data to third countries in other cases.
In consequence, explicit conditions ("Evidenzvoraussetzungen") are necessary in metaphysics as well as in science.
The State Department spokesman said that the American proposal outlines "a number of explicit conditions that must be met before it is appropriate to consider negotiations."
Now Mr. Shamir's Likud coalition has made explicit conditions, not just for negotiations but for holding elections at all.
'Explicit Conditions' A State Department spokesman said that American and West German officials exchanged papers during the two days of talks.
I happen to believe that the human rights assurance in European Arrest Warrants should be an explicit condition of extradition, even if the Commission hates that.
The 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty has as one of its explicit conditions that all signatories must "pursue negotiations in good faith" towards the long-term goal of "complete disarmament".
After some firemen objected, Johnson agreed to allow the trees on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on the explicit condition that he not receive a single complaint about it.
Thus, the US currently does not take a position on the political outcome, except for one explicit condition that there be a peaceful resolution to the differences between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait.
Solicitor General Seth P. Waxman told the Justices today that in the Administration's view, the "rather innocuous" 1990 provision does not make decency an explicit condition for the awarding of particular grants.
In addition, the DoH AIDS Support Grant circular outlines more explicit conditions of eligibility for grant aid, aimed at targeting the money at authorities with the most pressing needs.
In setting them as explicit conditions for his support, Mr. Netanyahu strengthened Mr. Sharon's hand in Washington, while improving his own chances of eventually succeeding Mr. Sharon.
The one explicit condition, enunciated by Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, the country's most powerful Shiite leader, was that the Americans stay out of the city's two holy shrines and avoid damaging them.
An explicit condition of the gift was that it be kept secret, though a friend has since told Mr. Dantzig about it and published an account after the death of Mr. Koopmans in 1985.
The freedom of Wei Jingsheng is not one of the explicit conditions Mr. Clinton set down last May as the basis for deciding whether to renew China's trade privileges before they run out this July.