Exemples d'usage pour « to run about » en français
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EnglishWe are also concerned about the run-up to the Duma elections.
EnglishI am particularly worried about the run-up to the 2012 Olympics.
EnglishThis should allow global economic growth to return to its long-run pace of about 3 per cent in 2002.
EnglishThe indices run about 25% in Luanda (1991) and 40 % in rural areas (1992).
EnglishI was informed that it would run until about 10 a. m.
EnglishI was informed that it would run until about 10 a.m.
EnglishIt would be very interesting to let Reformers run the country for about a day to see what they came up with.
EnglishPeople who did not understand the way his country was run often asked questions about the number of prisoners.
EnglishThere is nothing run-of-the-mill about it.
EnglishMy time is about to run out.
EnglishIndeed, many of those ridings were run by candidates with about 20 per cent of the eligible vote.
EnglishThe print run is about 3,000 copies.
EnglishThey try to run when one talks about carbon sequestration, particularly afforestation and avoided deforestation.
EnglishAfrica Recovery is issued about four times a year, with a print run of about 23,000 copies in English and 9,000 in French.
EnglishDoes your country have educational campaigns (government-run) to raise awareness about drinking and driving?
EnglishThis is scheduled to run over about four years, with a total budget request to the GEF of about USD 6 million.
Englishto run about
Englishto run about
English(d) The distributional consequences, which may, at least in the short run, bring about rising income and wealth disparities and possibly a higher incidence of poverty.
EnglishToday, when the Treaty of Lisbon is now in force, we have a wonderful opportunity to run an information campaign about the treaty and the Union.
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