Esimerkkejä "to abound"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishWhen it comes to taking decisions, however, difficulties and delays abound.
EnglishSerious misgivings abound, and they are mainly of a political nature.
EnglishObviously too, it is an area in which both pitfalls and opportunities abound.
EnglishIssues like this serve to underpin the many myths and untruths that abound concerning EU institutions.
EnglishWe are all familiar with some of these - from the size of eggs or the colour of paprika, the horror stories abound.
EnglishHowever, developments in the region are often unpredictable: tensions accumulate and misunderstandings abound.
EnglishGood intentions abound, but if we rely entirely on self-regulation and codes of conduct, we shall not succeed.
EnglishBurma, a country known for its wonderful Buddhist temples which abound in gold, is also a prison for thousands of Burmese.
EnglishHowever, various myths seem to abound.
EnglishReports abound on violence in the home, rapes, ritual violence and maltreatment in prisons.
EnglishUncertainties abound about the political direction of Russia, Turkey and some of our neighbours in the Middle and Near East.
EnglishYet up till now, the link between trade and corporate social responsibility has been tenuous at best, and arguments abound.
EnglishIn the southern hemisphere, authoritarian regimes abound, as do aristocracies and regimes in which the people play no part.
EnglishNow rumours abound that Russia wishes to set up an OPEC-style gas cartel, which we must resist at all costs.
EnglishOther examples abound.
EnglishIn fact, the word seems to have been banished from the Commission' s vocabulary, whereas liberal and American references abound.
EnglishIt is true that human rights problems abound and there are also a lot of countries that could be mentioned and called upon to act.
EnglishToo many clichés abound. To associate India with shantytowns, extreme poverty and nothing else is too simplistic.
EnglishIt is worth pointing out that proposals of this nature abound in the Commission when reforms affecting mainly the southern Member States are at issue.