- bring (several things) into consonance or relate harmoniously
- write a harmony for
- Harmonise anti-corruption legislation within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Furthermore, they shall aim to harmonise the service fee applied.
- The Commission may decide to harmonise methodology in the future.
- This was intended to harmonise Community financing and national financing.
- They are not designed to harmonise national legislation.
- It is therefore appropriate to harmonise that Article in all language versions.
- It is desirable to harmonise national measures concerning batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators.
- Within local Schengen cooperation, Members States shall aim to harmonise the application of these exemptions.
- further harmonise, develop and implement the ‘common statistical language’ of concepts, classifications and methodologies.
- It provides for mechanisms to harmonise the rules for cross-border exchanges in electricity.
- It is therefore necessary to harmonise the rules for these systems as early as possible.
- Harmonise municipal regulations and establish a mechanism for the effective resolution of commercial and agriculture property disputes.
- It is not advisable, in a separate Directive on textile products, to harmonise all the provisions applicable to such products.
- Therefore it is appropriate to also harmonise the latest date for the Member States to communicate information concerning those payments.
- However, it is not the aim of this Directive, directly or indirectly, to harmonise working conditions in the rail sector.