Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
They were little or no help in the campaign, though.
In those days the children had little or no voice.
A course for students with little or no computer experience.
However, they have little or no control over their body.
Little or no government money would be used in the project.
Has your family had little or no experience of higher education?
Little or no action was taken on the project until 1977.
Open only to students with little or no knowledge of the language.
As a result, little or no money may change hands in the deal.
Particularly important if you have little or no work experience in the computer field.
During the first year he had little or no financial support from his family.
Most people come and go with little or no record of their life on Earth.
We also received little or no support from our families.
Many of the children have seen little or no television.
There is little or no information available about the team.
As a result, I often get little or no sleep.
I tried for many years with little or no success.
I could make little or no sense out of it.
He has little or no knowledge of the financial world"."
In other cases, they provided little or no care at all.
Do you have little or no experience of the French language?
What ever was done, it has had little or no effect.
The woman paid little or no attention to the red growth.
There seems to be little or no middle ground with them.
But it seemed to have little or no effect on him.
Your time on the floor will be little to none.
And little to none of it benefits the average citizen.
You can’t put the tape on this year because there’s little to none of it.
The theory being that poor mental health may result in either heavy use of the Internet or little to none.
But little to none has been done to protect the area which is again concealed by wilderness.
Most inhabitants are commuters as there is little to none industry in town.
Fish are sold without further processing, so little to none of the animal is wasted.
That is why the civilian deaths are little to none," he said.
For centuries, these two units changed little to none.
Their schooling was little to none and many women did not work outside their homes.
But I found little to none of this.
Success and tradition matter, and Rutgers has little to none of either.
Country-specific studies show that there is little to none imitation of American campaign strategies.
Little to none of it has focused on what the confession would mean to those who Armstrong harmed the most.
• Little to none of the program/project objectives indicated within each evaluation report is achieved.
If elected, Trump would accomplish very little to none of his vacuous agenda.
The greater majority of precipitation falls in the autumn, winter, and spring months with little to none in summer.
For many adopted children, their adoptive families are given little to none of their medical history, especially if the adoption was international.
There's still little to none of it.
Arabic has a significant influence on it, while Hebrew has little to none, having been introduced to the region in the 20th century.
In modern Adventist eschatology it has little to none.
Also, my 70mph @ 3000 rpm in 5th gear rule probably only applies to cars with little to none engine work and stock wheels.
During midwinter, southern areas of Norway only get five to six hours of sunlight a day, while the north gets little to none.
Detroit managed this with little to none of the political wailing that we have been subjected to in New York.
Dreyer (2007) argues that this work holds little to none evidential value as a historical source.
Local government has little to no say in water management.
So local people have little to no say over how new development looks in their area.
However, little to no action has been taken on this matter.
Get little to no sleep so i can keep the fire going.
"Our record shows we can go into different areas with little to no impact."
However, the women that hold position in the government still have little to no power.
The player has little to no control over his movement.
The risk for those who got little to no exercise was 19 percent.
A few years ago, these words held little to no meaning for most Americans.
The right system is the one that costs little to no money to get going.
People would mix together and have little to no problems.
There was little to no middle ground in the debate.
Even when what they’re singing about makes little to no sense.
Most of them are brought up in conservative families with little to no education.
Like you, I don't want to create some process that provides little to no value.
In the survey, 35 percent reported they were making little to no effort to their personal health.
And there were several years of little to no rain.
Apparently, looking at “pleasant food” had little to no effect.
She will accept little to no food during this period.
They took little to no outside funding to make it happen.
He has "very little to no control over their activities," police say.
However, there is little to no actual evidence of such use here.
The two had little to no information on it until its release.
And even then, there was little to no communication between them at the end.