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"huge" - tradução em português
For some countries migration is a huge social, financial and political problem.
This type of technology be used with caution because of the huge impact it has.
This huge mass of all these stars keeps stars in circular orbits in the galaxy.
We are not there yet, but the EU has nevertheless taken a huge step forward.
The demobilisation and the reintegration of ex-combatants is a huge problem.
India is a huge democratic country in the region with a history and cultural past.
Mr President, a minute is very little to address what is a huge subject.
Here is a fact: women have made a huge investment in the labour market.
It is a huge problem, which is threatening to get the better of the Indonesian government.
So, this huge floating ice shelf the size of Alaska comes from West Antarctica.
Thirdly, it is advisable to launch a huge European plan against de-industrialisation.
But under that was this global tension of will we ever find Nemo in this huge, vast ocean?
The whole history of huge estates, owned by the capituleros, goes back much further.
The latter point constitutes a huge programme which would oblige the United States to attack many of its allies.
The CARDS programme is so huge that it is impossible to adapt it to the present financial perspectives.
There is no information in the existing reports concerning this huge problem.
It has a huge diplomatic corps which reflects its colonial past.
We must not end up with a huge treaty, but at a smaller treaty.
Iraq is still a huge and multiple challenge to all of us.
There is, alas, a huge danger of civil war in this enormous and densely populated African country.
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The fact that it contains huge scientific errors is not the most serious thing.
Interinstitutional cooperation is another area where huge savings could be made.
The cancer is growing as this red, huge mass in the hind limb of this animal.
Governments have a huge responsibility for the transition that has to be made.
It confronts us, however, with huge challenges, above all in institutional terms.
Clearly, this issue is a hugely unifying factor throughout all the Arab countries.
This is a huge opportunity for environment policy and for employment policy.
For instance, why is the acceptance of the Minority Act such a huge problem?
I believe this is a huge step forward for the interests of the European Union.
We all know where there are huge amounts of money from which savings can be made.
We welcome cooperation between Member States in dealing with these huge problems.
A huge amount of patience and attention is being paid to this issue, and rightly so.
We used to see many huge billboards with pictures of smiling girls driving tractors.
There is still work to be done, but a huge amount of work has already been achieved.
In my country, Greece, there was a truly huge disaster in Halkidiki and Mani.
This partnership which we are striving for with Africa offers a huge opportunity.
Christa Klaß mentioned that there are huge differences within the different regions.
It has committed huge acts of cruelty without anyone being held to account.
It is there that a huge army of challengers – and employers – must be found.
There is a huge gap to the north of London, in Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.
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