to build upon
be based on; of theories and claims, for example
- The probability, therefore, is, that the whole theory or doctrine of what is called the redemption was originally fabricated on purpose to bring forward and build all those secondary and pecuniary redemptions upon.
- Inspire shall build upon infrastructures for spatial information established and operated by the Member States.
- Actions could also build upon relevant national research programmes, complementing the research activities below.
- These systems should take into account and build upon existing information sources.
- Those systems shall take into account and build upon existing information, monitoring or detection sources;
- Those systems shall take into account and build upon existing information, monitoring and detection sources;
- The following acts which build upon the Schengen acquis or otherwise relate to it:
- Therefore, Cohesion countries and regions falling under the Convergence Objective are called upon to build up public administrations and public services at national, regional and local level.
- In order to build upon existing structures, the authorities and agencies to form part of the European anti-corruption network could include EPAC member organisations.
- Such a plan should build upon the corresponding national implementation plans and should provide an appropriate knowledge base for decision support by the different stakeholders, and in particular by the Commission in the allocation of financial support to railway projects.
- In that context, Member States shall, as far as possible, build upon relevant existing programmes and activities developed in the framework of structures stemming from international agreements such as Regional Sea Conventions.
- Actions could also build upon relevant national research programmes, complementing the research activities below. In addition to these specific actions, the participation of SMEs across the Framework Programme will be encouraged and facilitated.
- It is appropriate to determine the minimum landing sizes of certain marine organisms in order both to improve their exploitation and to set standards upon which Member States can build their management system for coastal fisheries.
- The specifications should, inter alia take into account and build upon the experience and results already obtained in the field of ITS, notably in the context of the eSafety initiative, launched by the Commission in April 2002.
- Member States shall build upon existing mechanisms to ensure correct application of the regime governing the CE marking and take appropriate action in the event of improper use of the marking.