"ever" - tradução em português
The window of opportunity that we have for change in Iraq will not be open for ever.
Very well, but we are only looking, as ever, at the minority of terrorists.
achieve growing bilateral benefits for an ever-increasing number of citizens
The 'ever more' refrain of a number of my fellow Members is too glib a response.
This Commission - as you know - has the highest number of women commissioners ever.
Because of that, the Daphne initiative has been under constant threat ever since it started.
Ever since the late 80s and the early 90s, the supply of cod has been dropping steadily.
Have you ever thought about how they must face unresolved situations even while on a common shopping errand?
In addition, the ever-growing number of credit cards in relation to the population is by far the greatest.
We keep hearing this in debates on climate: that the individual emitter is only ever responsible for a proportion of the emissions.
And whoever kills a believer purposely, his reward is hell for ever.
The challenges are accumulating and we cannot rely on the good will of the United States for ever.
No one can live on credit for ever, not even the Americans.
However, support of this kind cannot be provided for ever.
We cannot go on for ever having this battle about whose law shall apply.
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We are further away than ever from having a common foreign and security policy.
In no field of human activity have we ever discovered a zero degree of pollution.
The political elites of Europe are ever more distanced from their electorates.
That said, for the first time probably ever, I am going to commend a Commissioner.
This is the most ambitious transport Agreement ever signed between two countries.
I also understand that no Serbian Government will ever sanction the loss of Kosovo.
Since its independence in 1958, Guinea has only ever known dictatorial regimes.
For that reason, cooperation with the peripheral areas is more important than ever.
Ever since Commissioner Van Miert's initiative, the Commission has been consulting.
At no time has Mr Barrot ever committed a criminal offence – at no time whatever!
The European vocation for peace in the Middle East remains as strong as ever.
Who has ever heard of a single-engine aircraft being safer than a twin-engine one?
What it does do is produce ever more laborious and ever more ludicrous measures.
No cause could ever justify such a terrifying act of cold-blooded barbarism.
More than ever, zero tolerance is requested to combat racism and xenophobia.
It is the first time I have ever received such a specific reply to a question.
Acts of violence have afflicted Bangladesh ever since that country was founded.
Nor have I ever heard anyone in this Chamber question his suitability as a person.
It was the first time ever that the multilateral aspect had been addressed directly.
The question arises of whether the top notch on this yardstick will ever be reached.
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