Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
In previous crashes, deciphering the tape has called for extensive interpretation.
It is unusual among similar reenacting groups in its extensive interpretation of civilian affairs, especially scientific.
Most authors distinguish between comprehensive and extensive interpretations.
As in all international bodies, the European Union cannot take actions outside treaty law, nor can it make extensive interpretations of its powers.
Statements of principle are, from a legal point of view, not determinative and require extensive interpretation by courts to bring out meaning in particular factual situations.
(The most extensive interpretation of "Törleß".)
In addition, his remit also included the effective functioning of the EU's extensive interpretation, translation and publication services in the 23 official languages.
In spite of his extensive interpretations of German songs, Oliphant did not speak German.
It includes a translation of The Zohar from Aramaic to Hebrew as well as an extensive interpretation.
She presents an extensive interpretation of broad categories of symbolic objects: guns and weapons, Christ and the Holy Cross, ball games, boxing, smoking objects, paper money and gold.
They also include extensive interpretations for Land use planning such as limitations for dwellings with and without basements, shallow excavations, small commercial buildings, septic tank adsorptions, suitability for development, construction, and water management.
The facades are symmetrical and have one order that received more extensive interpretation for the colonnade of the main facade (quarter columns), as well as the main planes of side facades (three-quarter columns).
Many canonists follow an opposite view; without distinguishing between comprehensive and extensive interpretations, they maintain that any decree interpreting a law in itself obscure and doubtful binds only those to whom it is directed, unless promulgated to the Universal Church.
So, since Annex II is a restriction of the rights of a Member of Parliament, an extensive interpretation could not be allowed to apply Annex II to questions in Rule 108 instead of Rule 109.
The Commission's extensive interpretation of the European Court of Justice's judgment in case C-176/03 has been called into question and cannot, without further investigation, be extended in this way so that it also applies in the area of intellectual property law.
All the asylum-related reports voted on today offer a lax and extensive interpretation of the right to asylum that is ultimately detrimental to those who are in genuine need of international protection, in order to save their lives, their physical integrity and their freedom.
It had been thought at one time that the restriction did not apply to an attack on members of a party as a whole, or where the motive was simply the provision of information and not the demoting of a candidate, but Luft adopts an extensive interpretation of the scope of the provision.