to bring through
- Bring it back when you are through.
- Don't bring that dirty dog through the kitchen.
- Continue to bring police services up to European standards, most notably through adequate training and equipment.
- Adjust the nitrogen to provide a moderate flow through the solution, bring the solution to boiling point and heat for two minutes.
- Adjust the nitrogen to provide a moderate flow through the solution, bring the solution to boiling point and heat for two minutes. At the end of this time there should be no more effervescence.
- During that period, on the one hand, the writing-off of existing bonds through the completion and delivery of products by Alstom will bring about a reduction in the total outstanding amount of the bonding facility.
- EUR 10,6 million instead of the EUR 12,6 million in equity for the restructuring of ABX in the Netherlands, to bring ABX-NL to an equity level of EUR 9,3 million (at 31 December 2004), compared with a balance sheet total of EUR 35,7 million (at 31 December 2003). For ABX-D and –NL, these amounts take the form of a capital increase either through the conversion of existing debt or through the contribution of new equity;
- The distinction between aid granted by the State and aid granted through State resources serves to bring within the definition of aid not only aid granted directly by the State, but also aid granted by public or private bodies designated or established by the State .
- Consortia, as defined in this Regulation, generally help to improve the productivity and quality of available liner shipping services by reason of the rationalisation they bring to the activities of member companies and through the economies of scale they allow in the operation of vessels and utilisation of port facilities.
- In order to contribute to solving this problem it is appropriate to bring about a degree of harmonisation at Community level of the liability arising out of any marine casualty caused by a recognised organisation, as decided by a court of law, including settlement of a dispute through arbitration procedures.
- In order to bring the letter of the text into line with its purpose, it should therefore be specified that the special scheme does apply to imports and supplies of gas through any natural gas system situated within the territory of the Community or any network connected to such system.
- Where the basic conditions for cross-border cooperation are already in place, cohesion policy should focus assistance on actions that bring added value to cross-border activities: for example, increasing cross-border competitiveness through innovation and research and development; connecting intangible networks (services) or physical networks (transport) to strengthen cross-border identity as a feature of European citizenship; the promotion of cross-border labour market integration; cross-border water management and flood control; joint management of natural and technological risks.
- The period covered by this syndicated bonding facility is two years from the time at which it starts to run, which is expected to be the summer of 2004. During that period, on the one hand, the writing-off of existing bonds through the completion and delivery of products by Alstom will bring about a reduction in the total outstanding amount of the bonding facility.
- The option of changing the final decision would make it possible to anticipate the application of the new Community guidelines to the scheme existing in France for the start-up of short sea shipping services before the deadline laid down by the Commission in the new Community guidelines, namely 30 June 2005, so that Member States can, through appropriate measures, bring all their existing schemes into line with the new Community guidelines.
- Regulation (EC) No 246/2009 empowers the Commission to apply Article 81(3) of the Treaty by regulation to certain categories of agreements, decisions and concerted practices between shipping companies relating to the joint operation of liner shipping services (consortia), which, through the cooperation they bring about between the shipping companies that are parties thereto, are liable to restrict competition within the common market and to affect trade between Member States and may therefore be caught by the prohibition contained in Article 81(1) of the Treaty.