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en It seems that some countries have misused the grey areas and have been involved in offensive biological activities under the mask of biodefence... only way for ending this kind of misuses from the grey areas is the strengthening of the Convention through a multilaterally negotiated instrument.
en The dark grey area with the plug is the protective lining, the light grey colour is the aluminium alloy shell material and the peeling off white/grey is the paint.
en Those two events occurred after the mass media started asking questions around the topic, provoked by independent activist portals like Libela.org (which is the only portal in Croatia constantly writing about reproductive rights) and research done and published by CESI — “Grey area – question of abortions in Republic of Croatia”.
en I just suck at the whole grey-area thing.
en More regulation was thus needed to cover that grey area
en At the same time, an important part of implementing the treaty must be the development of a mechanism to monitor the transaction and transfer of arms in the so-called grey areas, which are located outside the regime of conventional arms control, and where conflict is occurring or has taken place in the recent past.
en In this operational context, there is no doubt a grey area that deserves further investigation in order to clarify the meaning of “personnel treated as military personnel” (personnels assimilés).
en A difficult grey area for labour inspectors was how to deal with women working in bars.
en Like article 19, subparagraph (a), this provision falls into the grey area between codification and progressive development.
en However, in some areas, by exploiting existing legislative and administrative gaps and unregulated grey areas, they facilitate illicit deals in violation of international norms and national laws and regulations governing these activities
en As to the form that this framework should take, the Representative and the team of legal experts determined that what was required was not to create new law in the form of a treaty but rather to restate existing international law which, while covering many aspects of relevance to internally displaced persons, was too dispersed and diffuse to be easily accessible and effectively applied and, because of the grey areas, in some cases needed to be clarified.
en It is to the Security Council's credit that it has come to realize that in the matter of the transition of soft States from conflict to democracy there are many grey areas and phases fraught with all sorts of difficulty, through which the country in question has to be assisted, nurtured and guided
en However, arms brokering, which is a largely unregulated activity, can also take place in grey areas between legal and illegal dealings.
en It was better to have the conditions relating to countermeasures clearly spelled out than to leave them in the grey area of customary international law.
en It is important that I clarify and elaborate further on some of the grey areas and make some bold predictions on those on which I believe we can make significant advances in the near future
en However, it is in the grey area between clear success and failure that a decision becomes complex.
en The entry into force of the modified Treaty should be accompanied by the elimination of “grey areas” in Europe which are not yet covered by the CFE Treaty regime.
en The legal definition of torture was somewhat of a grey area because of the continued influence of customary law.
en The warning function of codes can act as an indicator of where legislative restrictions begin, and enables researchers/scientists to better grasp the implications of the “grey areas” inherent in their research
en In the grey area between what is legal and what is illegal in situations of conflict, frequently we find companies that appear to be engaging in transactions that are legal, when, in fact, they are not legal at all, and often they are involved in a money-laundering system
en There necessarily will be “grey” areas
en There was a lot of grey area in, in that relationship.
en resort”. More complete answers on “grey areas” in the evolving new budget structure would be provided to the Committee in September to show more clearly how the Office proposed to deal with budgeting for the different groups of people of concern.
en The Commission should therefore focus on those aspects of the Convention that merited further development in the light of State practice, with particular emphasis on any grey areas.
en The entry into force of the modified Treaty should be accompanied by the elimination of “grey areas” in Europe which are not yet covered by the CFE Treaty regime
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Опубликовано: 21.02.2018 | Автор: sludgalo
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Толкования. Переводы. Книги. Перевод: с английского на русский. с русского на английский. grey area noun 'серая зона', нечто среднее, ни то ни се.
Англо-русский словарь. grey area. Фразы, идиомы, фразовые глаголы. Примеры фраз, тематические словари. area.
Словарь английских идиом. Перевод GREY AREA с русского на английский язык в русско-английских словарях. More meanings of this word and English-Russian, Russian-English translations for GREY AREA in dictionaries.
grey area Определение в кембриджском словаре английского языка Логотип кембриджских словарей. grey area в английском. Посмотреть все переводы.
Перевод контекст "grey area" c английский на русский от Reverso Context: Most importantly, the ASG prohibits any new "grey area" measures by governments.
noun grey area (plural grey areas). Автоматический перевод en The dark grey area with the plug is the protective lining, the light grey colour is the aluminium alloy shell material and the peeling off white/grey is the paint.