Příklady použití pro "1st" v českém jazyce
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EnglishFarms in Austria, in particular, benefit from both the 1st and 2nd pillar measures.
EnglishIt is applicable as from 1st January 2005, for an initial period of three years.
EnglishIt is also difficult to accept that ginning plants will receive aid under the 1st pillar.
English‘On the 1st of January 1993 the single market — based on free movement of people, goods, services and capital — was launched.
English[if not 1st] Place of publication: publisher's name; year of publication.
EnglishThe Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA), located in Brussels, has been operational since 1st January 2006.
EnglishIt endorses the Delors II package and agrees that accession negotiations with Austria, Sweden and Finland will start on January 1st.
EnglishPilsonības un migrācijas lietu pārvalde Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs Čiekurkalna 1st line 1, building 3 LV - 1026 Rīga Tel
EnglishIt sets March 29, 1996 as the starting date for the Intergovernmental Conference and confirms the introduction of the single currency ("euro") for January 1st, 1999.
EnglishOn May 1st, in Galaţi, the town where I come from, I waited for the people who decided to devote their time to participating in a cross-country race at the finish line.
EnglishAfter all, this is a Christian minority whose historical roots in Iraq can be traced back to the 1st century AD and include the world's oldest churches and monasteries.
EnglishVice-President Lucas Papademos (left) and 1st prize-winner Wolf D. Prix taking a closer look at a model of the winning design for the ECB's new premises in February 2004
EnglishSpecial Report from the European Ombudsman to the European Parliament following the draft recommendation to the European Commission in Complaint 676/2008/RT (According to Rule 205(2), 1st part) (
Synonyma (anglicky) pro "1st":