to choose up
form sides, as for a game
- It's entirely up to you which one you may choose.
- No matter how carefully you choose your words, they'll always end up being twisted by others.
- I don't know which dress to choose; it's a toss up between the red one and the green one.
- When entering data in Eudamed, Member States may choose between on-line data entry and up-loading of XML files.
- A Member State may choose to issue such licences with an administrative validity of up to 15 years;
- The template is quite detailed, but it will be up to the individual citizens to choose which fields to fill.
- NCBs may choose the procedure for grossing up to 100 % coverage, provided it fulfils the following minimum standards:
- Where Member States choose to implement more than one Scheme, they should draw up a strategy for each such Scheme.
- Member States can choose either to use the Eucaris client functionality or to set up their own customised client application.
- Member States may choose to require in their national legislation that a summary be drawn up in their official language(s).’;
- When Member States are obliged under a Community act to introduce ‘penalties’, it is up to them to choose the appropriate type of sanction in conformity with the case law of the European Court of Justice.
- Allowing several channel raster options will increase the flexibility for the users to choose the optimal bandwidth up to 50 kHz in accordance with quality requirements of the specific applications.
- A Member State may choose to split its network up into a number of clearly defined parts so as to establish separate concession arrangements or similar for each part.
- Where such credit institutions issue securities below the limit laid down in that Article, but choose to opt into the regime of this Directive and, consequently, draw up a prospectus, they should be entitled to benefit from the relevant proportionate disclosure regime.
- The template is quite detailed, but it will be up to the individual citizens to choose which fields to fill. Citizens who complete the electronic form – either downloaded or on line – should be allowed to remove any field which they choose not to complete. For instance, a person who does not indicate his or her sex or who has no specific technical skill to report, should be allowed to remove these fields, so that no blank field appears on the screen or in the printed version.