Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
He turned the general mandate to create a humanistic institution into the trust's current configuration as a series of related institutes.
At any rate, this general mandate enabled the group to continue working on the hypothesis that simplification is the same as deregulation.
They wished to avoid the uncertainty inherent in a general mandate to the courts to prevent conduct determined to be unfair.
The general mandate was "to give the student an awareness of the dynamic nature of the materials of music."
The federal government provides money to each state to fund Medicaid programs and provides general mandates on how the money must be spent.
DFIs have a general mandate to provide finance to the private sector for investments that promote development.
In the past the Federal agency reached agreement on ergonomics programs with certain industries, like meatpacking, under a general mandate to protect worker safety.
The majority of EIA energy data surveys are based on the general mandates set forth above.
UNODC has a general mandate to address transnational organized crime.
In 2002, the Institute became a general mandate by the European Commission for the execution of twinning projects.
Indispensable is the general mandate to arrange take-back at no cost to the last owner of the ELV, however, two exemptions are possible.
The Commission had proposed the 65% guarantee normally considered for this type of operation laid down in the general mandate of the European Investment Bank.
Affordable housing mandates and specific policy directives should be pursued directly and avoid commingling in general mandates, which are susceptible to distortion.
We are of course of the view that the general mandate proposed in point 21 of the report means a transfer of authority for the Commission, which we reject.
The Commission is relying on a general mandate pre-dating Seattle that has been rendered null and void. It therefore has no legitimate right to impose its decisions.
In another interview, Victoria Hutter, the agency's spokeswoman, said the changes came in response to a general mandate from the White House instructing all agencies to tighten their operations.
In addition to this general mandate, the permanent committee was given the specific mandate to "ensure the publication of the acts, the realization of the vows, and the continuation of the work of the Congress on the French language in Canada".
He received a general mandate for change from the 27th party congress in early 1986, but the meeting came less than a year after he assumed office and before he had a real bluepint for change or sufficient support in the party to seek a radical restructuring.
To his credit, though, Mr. Schwarz has worked hard in the last 10 years to broaden the festival's repertory, to add interesting concurrent events (like the series presenting the complete Haydn string quartets) and to present important new artists, while still working within the general mandate of the festival's founders.
The Standing Orders outline the general mandate for all committees, allowing them to review: bills as they pertain to relevant departments; the program and policy plans, as well as the projected expenditures, and the effectiveness of the implementation thereof, for the same departments; and the analysis of the performance of those departments.
Congress established an annual conference of the Chief Justice of the United States (or the senior associate justice if the Chief is unable), and the senior circuit judge (now called the chief judge) from each judicial circuit and charged the conference with a general mandate to advise on the administrative needs of the federal courts.
The general mandate given to all the Federal Medical Centres within the framework of the laws establishing the centres is to provide qualitative, affordable, specialized/tertiary level hospital care to the citizenry and to ultimately reduce the burden of diseases within the communities, through provision of prompt and emphatic preventive, curative and rehabilitative services.