- Stars emanate gamma rays when they explode.
- Stars emanate gamma rays at the time of their explosion.
- Any future liability would emanate from the findings of the anti-subsidy investigation.
- In the present case, the declarations emanate directly from the Government and are of an unconditional nature.
- This test is intended to measure the narrowband electromagnetic emissions such as emanate from a microprocessor-base system.
- This test is intended to measure the narrowband electromagnetic emissions such as might emanate from microprocessor-based systems or other narrowband source.
- In order to ensure that these measures are effective, the technical measures for the conservation of certain stocks of highly migratory species should emanate from the competent regional fisheries organisations.
- A positive impact on flexibility available in Denmark will also emanate from the Gas Release Programme, which thus complements the flexibility offered to the market by the Lille Torup storage facility.
- Therefore, the commitment ensures that no distortions would emanate to the third phase, because the restructuring aid is reimbursed before the third phase and cannot be replaced by any other aid be it restructuring or investment aid.
- At the request of the applicant authority, the requested authority shall notify to the addressee all documents, including those of a judicial nature, which emanate from the applicant Member State and which relate to a claim as referred to in Article 2 or to its recovery.
- The requested authority shall, at the request of the applicant authority, and in accordance with the rules of law in force for the notification of similar instruments or decisions in the Member State in which the requested authority is situated, notify to the addressee all instruments and decisions, including those of a judicial nature, which emanate from the Member State in which the applicant authority is situated and which relate to a claim and/or to its recovery.
- A requested Member State shall, at the request of an applicant Member State and in accordance with its national rules governing the notification of similar instruments and decisions, notify the addressee of all instruments and decisions taken in the field covered by Regulation (EC) No 1005/2008 which emanate from the administrative authorities of the applicant Member State and are to be served in the territory of the requested Member State.
- Therefore, no major volume imbalances would be likely to emanate from these additional exports, not least because the gap between maximum potential Community production and consumption is quantified at roughly two million tonnes, and there is no indication that this gap would be filled by other exports (inter alia, originating in Russia, as described in Regulation (EC) No 907/2007) to an extent that oversupply would suppress or depress market prices.
- Progress in European integration and the resulting changes in customs clearance, including single authorisations for the use of the simplified declaration or the local clearance procedure, as well as centralised clearance, which will emanate from the current process of modernisation of the Customs Code as laid down in Regulation (EC) No 450/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2008 laying down the Community Customs Code (Modernised Customs Code)  (hereinafter referred to as the Modernised Customs Code) warrant a number of changes.
- Such initiatives may be established by Community legislation, such as Commission Decision 2000/479/EC of 17 July 2000 on the implementation of a European pollutant emission register (EPER) according to Article 15 of Council Directive 96/61/EC concerning integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) and Regulation (EC) No 2152/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003 concerning monitoring of forests and environmental interactions in the Community (Forest focus), in the framework of Community funded programmes (for example Corine land cover, European Transport Policy Information System) or may emanate from initiatives taken at national or regional level.