Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Let me also say something about the points at issue.
But right now there's only a few points at issue.
There is however an important general point at issue here.
But that is not the point at issue and you leave me with a problem.
I cannot use it again, and that was the point at issue in the question.
I want you to tell me, so that we can discuss the points at issue.
The only point at issue is whether or not you accept the conditions.
The point at issue was how best to secure its future.
We should not forget that, when it comes to the general point at issue.
Go carefully now, that's not the main point at issue.
Meredith was not to be led away from the point at issue.
There were two major points at issue and five minor ones.
The debates do not make the point at issue clear.
I very much look forward to continuing the discussion on the key points at issue in that report and beyond.
Any one of which could easily accommodate me, I might add; that's another point at issue.
The only point at issue was the precise line of the borders.
Then these are the points at issue between us-are they not?
I do, however, find it unacceptable to behave as if information were the point at issue.
The Shadow had done his part tonight, but it still remained for him to prove the point at issue.
Neither side offered a vision of how American military forces or national security priorities should be changed, although that was not the point at issue.
Before I do so, however, we must settle upon the points at issue."
Mr President, the point at issue here is the question of the legal base.
Complaints are not pursued if the point at issue is the subject of legal action in progress.
That is another point at issue in this vote.
Stepping back so that all could view him, he came briskly to the point at issue.
Includes images and points of issue.
Drink the water at the spring or well, then curl up and go to sleep near the point of issue, after invoking the anima mundi.
Points of Issue.
Mr. Moynihan has a reputation for idiosyncrasies, and for making a point of issues most of his colleagues brush off.
The point of issue between them was who should, and who should not, be called before a committee that was looking into the sale of potash.
When needed to give an arbitral tribunal, that has advisory function, and serves as mediate in case of points of issue between members and third parties.
A further point of issue between Mr Gould and Mr Smith is the European exchange rate mechanism.
The proviso was one of those rare rules that had never before been a point of issue, and had therefore been completely forgotten, until The Shadow rediscovered it.
This is because I am somewhat concerned that, if it is true, the system in a particular Member State might be allowing abuse to take place at the point of issue.
The structure of the Kursk State University Library includes a circulating library, reading and electronic reading rooms, a point of issue of art-graphic faculty.
First Edition Points Online Reference Guide is a free searchable database of points of issue for hundreds of modern first edition books.
Here he created a pond, making a point of issue and a channel to a further pond, and building a little bridge from water-worn stones so that it would look entirely natural.
After this tragic event, Alexander proceeded against the Ashvakayanas of Dyrta (Sanskrit Darteya or Dharteya), north of Mahaban, near the point of issue of the Indus from the mountains.
The illustration on page 283 became a point of issue after an engraver, whose identity was never discovered, made a last-minute addition to the printing plate of Kemble's picture of old Silas Phelps, which drew attention to Phelps' groin.
As such, IABSM has been heavily influenced by the Kriegsspiel approach, usually (but not always) utilizing an umpire to help decide points of issue that arise during the game such as modifiers for shooting, spotting enemies, etc.
He accompanied the king on a warlike expedition round Lake Tana, moving South round the eastern shore, crossing the Blue Nile (Abay) close to its point of issue from the lake and returning via the western shore.
"In Otranto, the castle and its labyrinths become grounds for incest that signal the dissolution of familial bonds", which is also a major point of issue in Hamlet since Hamlet's mother (Gertrude) and his uncle (Claudius) were, in a way, related before their marriage.
It has been rumored that some Force members re-ground the points of their knives to alleviate this, though Col. Baldwin would later state that differences in the points of issue V-42 knives were due to variations in production, as they were hand-ground and largely hand-made.
That there is such a huge volume of uncopyrighted audio and particularly video material in circulation has been a point of issue for the US administration in their summits with the Kremlin government and resulted in a boycott by the US film companies of the recent Moscow Film Festival.