Exemple de folosire
Exemple de folosire pentru "noble" în română
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EnglishDo not allow the Balkan mafia to wreck the European Union's noble project.
EnglishWe must not give up the noble objectives adopted in the Lisbon Strategy.
EnglishThe idea is a noble one: reducing the CO2 emissions of light vehicles.
EnglishLet us prevent the destruction of a noble, heroic people group that is a friend of Europe.
EnglishWe need to adopt this resolution, which has three noble aspirations.
EnglishBut let us not push the less noble into the hands of Moscow.
EnglishHowever, noble as the ideas themselves may be, I must make two marginal comments on the text.
EnglishIt runs counter to the best, most noble traditions of one of the most ancient countries on earth.
EnglishWe are dealing with a theatre - and thank God that that noble woman regained her freedom.
EnglishThe objectives are certainly noble: environment, energy, the fight against desertification, immigration, etc.
EnglishSuch noble intentions are only to be applauded.
EnglishThis means not only with noble declarations and legal regulations, but above all in the practical matters of everyday life.
EnglishHowever, it is vital that the Spring Council's noble conclusions on the Europe 2020 strategy go beyond good intentions.
EnglishThat is a noble cause.
EnglishNoble intentions have not always translated into effective use of the Synergy, and it is very good that the rapporteur stresses this.
EnglishMany commentators forecast that it too would remain nothing more than an empty document, full of goals that were as noble as they were unrealistic.
EnglishThe noble ends of animal protection cannot be achieved without financial layout and without creating material incentives to introduce increased standards.
EnglishOn the hunt, feeding their young, or staring with uncanny poise directly into your eyes, the birds of prey in this free theme for Windows are alert, noble, and fearless.
EnglishIn this environment, I consider that the European Union risks not achieving the noble objectives that we all endorse if it follows a monolithic, one-dimensional policy.