take the field
to take the field
- go on the playing field, of a football team
- The European Union (EU) may decide to take action in the field of crisis management.
- Actions in this field should take into account the specific situation of each Member State.
- Following field testing, SIPRI will evaluate and adapt the software to take into account the experience and lessons learned from the field testing phase.
- Respect coherence take into account existing Union rules, policies and activities which are relevant in the field of ITS, in particular in the field of standardisation.
- The first such large-scale exercise, the Integrated Field Exercise 2008 (IFE08), will take place in September 2008 in Kazakhstan.
- However, Member States are free to take more stringent administrative and sanitary action in the field covered by this Directive.
- Member States shall remain free to take more stringent measures in the field covered by this Directive.
- In order to achieve these objectives, the Community must take any action necessary to ensure the interoperability of the networks, particularly in the field of technical standardisation.
- This should take into account the increasing role of Asia as a partner to the EU in the field of security.
- The Commission shall take steps to ensure that the activities supported in the field of improving professional skills and those set out in paragraph 1 complement each other.
- This should take into account the increasing role of Asia as a partner to the Union in the field of security.
- Article 155 of the Treaty requires Community activities in the field of interoperability to take account of the potential economic viability of projects.
- alteration of the amount of initial capital prescribed in Article 9 to take account of developments in the economic and monetary field.’;
- The Treaty does not provide powers other than those under Article 308 to take appropriate measures within the field of social security for persons other than employed persons,
- alteration of the amount of initial capital prescribed in Article 9 to take account of developments in the economic and monetary field;