Traductions & exemples
Exemples d'usage pour « abridged » en français
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EnglishTheir rights, whatever they are, should never be abridged or abrogated in any way.
EnglishThe abridged versions are written to ease their readability for non-technical experts.
EnglishAs a result, many components of the guidelines were presented in an abridged form.
EnglishParties could always invent an abridged title for everyday use.
EnglishNext, it requests abridged life-table and complete life-table values.
EnglishNevertheless, the right to education continues to be abridged, particularly for girls.
English(c) Abridged edition of the 2009 Global Report on Human Settlements (6, i.e. in six languages) ;
EnglishThe 2007 abridged edition of the report will be available in March 2008.
EnglishThe Bureau of Education Development develops abridged versions of the existing curricula.
EnglishAbridged version - Report No. 30 to the Storting (2003-2004).
EnglishArticle 246 of the Labor Code states that the right to self-organization shall not be abridged.
EnglishThe ad hoc consultative group recommended that the following standards should form the abridged IAS:
EnglishAn abridged edition of the Global Report on Human Settlements was published in 2005 in English and in Arabic.
EnglishIf the enterprise also had to refer to an element of full IAS, it would still retain the reference to abridged IAS.
EnglishIt is envisaged in the Pretoria Agreement that the 600 recruits would undergo abridged training conducted by UNOCI.
EnglishMy statement will be somewhat abridged as compared with the text that has been officially circulated among delegations.
EnglishAbridged report on the international workshop on
EnglishAbridged Version - Strahl-Prud'homme Report
EnglishAbridged version - Report No. 49 to the Storting (2003-2004).
EnglishAnalysis and discussion of the abridged IAS 19-24