Esimerkkejä "beacon"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishMy own country, Wales, has now voted to become a beacon of Fair Trade practice.
EnglishFrom the rubble of war, you have created a beacon of justice, peace and prosperity.
EnglishWe hope that it will be a beacon for all of us in the dark nights that lie ahead.
EnglishThe EU can and must act as a beacon for the liberalisation of world trade.
EnglishHere the EIB can function as a beacon for openness for other EU institutions.
EnglishYet South Africa presents itself as a beacon of hope in an otherwise turbulent continent.
EnglishThat is where the European Food Authority comes into its own: it must be a beacon of objectivity.
EnglishIndia is today in the midst of general elections as a beacon for democracy and prosperity.
EnglishIn the past, the European Union was a beacon of equality policy.
EnglishThe European Institute for Innovation and Technology has the opportunity and potential to become a European beacon.
EnglishThe protection of all victims, without exception, has been my beacon throughout the development of this report.
EnglishSome say: 'Yes, but this Europe of asylum will be a beacon for unfounded asylum requests.'
EnglishWe should be a beacon of hope and tranquillity for those who wish to have their viewpoint heard.
EnglishIt is our valued partner and it can be a beacon of freedom in an extremely dangerous region.
EnglishThe advent of the euro is the beacon for the new millennium.
EnglishMaybe one day Iraq will be stable and democratic and maybe it will be a beacon for other countries in the region.
EnglishA clear signal of European Parliament support and a beacon for the Agenda and for growth and employment.
EnglishRemain a beacon of peace and quiet in the stormy sea that our world, alas, has all too often become.
English Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, the European Union has, in the past, been an unfailing beacon of equality for women.
EnglishOne might say that, at the Beijing World Conference on Women, Europe stood out as a beacon of women’s rights.