Traductions & exemples
L'affectation de péremption bloquée assure au Conseil du Trésor le contrôle sur les affectations déclarées excédentaires par les ministères et organismes.
Exemples d'usage pour « lapsing » en français
EnglishI believe the aim of the brief reply was precisely to prevent the time period from lapsing.
EnglishThis role has since ceased with the lapsing of UNICEF administrative assistance.
EnglishIn 1995, a five-year derogation period was decided upon, which is now lapsing.
EnglishLet us refrain from lapsing into American conditions.
EnglishHow can we avoid lapsing into excessive regulation while fighting fraud effectively?
EnglishAll have to guard against lapsing back to their old ways, while building capacity for continuing improvement.
EnglishThe delays in getting replies sometimes resulted even in the lapsing of the unliquidated obligations.
EnglishThe frozen lapsing allotment is a power of the Treasury Board over appropriations declared surplus by a ministry.
EnglishLower-than-expected numbers of IRCS ~~~ sentences led to the lapsing of funds during the first set of IRCS agreements.
EnglishHowever, there are some problems with the way the funding rolls out, with lapsing annual appropriations.
EnglishWithout lapsing into a blissful Keynesianism, they think that it is possible to act upon demand, even with a European budget which is only 1.27 % of GDP.
EnglishFor Indigenous youth there was a focus on employment generation to help keep them from lapsing into despair, apathy and anti-social activities.
EnglishThe Committee was lapsing into a debate on concepts and he must reiterate that his country had absolute respect for cultural diversity.
EnglishCurrently there is $4 billion of non-lapsing borrowing authority contained in this act to provide for contingencies such as foreign exchange requirements.
EnglishOtobo viewed peacebuilding as involving a range of measures targeted at reducing the risk of countries “relapsing” or “lapsing” into conflict.
EnglishIn other words, how can regional organizations and the United Nations prevent States emerging from old conflicts from lapsing into new conflict situations?
EnglishMany adolescents from dysfunctional families are traumatized both morally and spiritually, and fall under the influence of the street, occasionally lapsing into delinquency.
EnglishI think we can say, without lapsing into triumphalism, that the legislative elections held in Kosovo on 17 November last were a great success for the international community.
EnglishThe Corps was originally a pilot residential program for out-of-school teenage males considered at risk of lapsing into criminal behaviour and as an alternative sentencing option.
EnglishAt the same time, however, the world had seen an unacceptable number of peace agreements disintegrate within five years after the end of a civil war, with countries lapsing back into deadly conflict.