to bear up
- The bear is walking up and down in the cage.
- In the fourth place, even if we succeeded in carrying off the bear cubs, we could not run up a mountain without stopping to rest.
- Community sugar and inulin syrup undertakings may require sugar-beet or sugar-cane growers or chicory suppliers to bear up to 50 % of the production charge concerned.
- Liquidation of Austrian Airlines: ÖIAG would bear the costs (estimated at up to EUR […]) arising from a controlled liquidation of Austrian Airlines.
- The TR transfer note shall bear a serial number in the top right-hand corner by which it can be identified. This number shall be made up of eight digits preceded by the letters TR.
- Loans on advantageous terms improve the financial situation of the recipient of the aid, releasing it from costs that it would otherwise have to bear if it were to set up a market penetration programme without state intervention.
- This would have produced annually increasing payment obligations up to an amount of some DEM 33 million as from 2003. In addition to the remuneration of the silent partnership contribution, the bank had to bear the refinancing costs of lending.
- If the immobilizer is made up of separate components, its main component(s) shall bear a reference mark and the certificate of conformity shall provide a list of such reference marks.
- up to 100 % of the costs of compulsory control measures undertaken pursuant to Community or national legislation by or on behalf of the competent authorities, unless Community legislation requires enterprises to bear such costs;
- If the VAS is made up of separate components, its main component(s) shall bear a reference mark and the certificate of conformity shall provide a list of such reference marks.
- The Commission shall bear the full cost of the measures referred to in Article 1(1) and (2) which shall not exceed a maximum set up to EUR 2500000.
- The Autonomous Government of Catalonia and the Gerona Regional Council undertake to bear the cost of funding the air service between Gerona and Madrid up to the following annual limits:
- ‘The Community shall, in duly justified cases, bear up to 80 % of the cost of the operational support referred to in Article 3 by way of co-financing, in particular:’;
- Member States shall bear the costs relating to the setting up and operation of the national components referred to in Article 5(3), including interfaces with other administrations or agencies and economic operators.
- The only costs eligible for start-up aid are the additional start-up costs that the air operator would not have to bear once ‘cruising speed’ is reached and that require a public contribution in order to share the risk of non-viability linked to the start-up period.