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EnglishSometimes it is bent on punishing the Member States, at other times dividing them.
EnglishIncreasingly fat, increasingly rich, bent on a trade war without quarter.
EnglishLook for stray wires, bent pins, and loosely fitting connectors.
EnglishIt bent over backwards to communicate with Parliament.
EnglishPeople quite rightly question an EU that is in many ways unwieldy and bent on regulating.
EnglishPresident Milosevic seems bent on out-and-out conflict and is clearly counting on support from Russia.
EnglishWhat if your Ultrabook bent over backwards for you?
EnglishIt was bent on not cluttering up that directive with the minutiae of detail extant in the STCW Convention.
EnglishSo long as there is European regulation, so long as there is European law, it must be adhered to rather than bent.
EnglishI am disappointed with the informal agreement in Council, because it has bent too much to the will of the minority.
EnglishMany Tibetans believe that China is bent on complete forceful assimilation and absorption of Tibet into China.
EnglishUnfortunately the EU is hell-bent on trade-block-to-trade-block negotiations, and for this reason I abstained.
EnglishIn Helsinki, the European countries bent over backwards yet again for American geo-political interests and for nothing else.
EnglishFaced with this new offensive by the Commission, which is bent on deregulation, it was important to react very quickly.
EnglishEmployees will be protected from predatory funds bent on short-term profiteering through the destruction of viable companies.
EnglishI have bent over backwards, the Council has bent over backwards, and I believe the Commission, too, can come towards us a little.
EnglishWhile India has made the offer to end farm subsidies by 2013, the US seems hell-bent on increasing agricultural subsidies.
EnglishIn negotiations on the Rome Statute, Europe bent over backwards to achieve an outcome which would accommodate American concerns.
EnglishThis new interpretation of the use of a flexible instrument shows that if there is the political will to finance something, the rules can definitely be bent.
EnglishAfter the Luxembourg case, it is clear that the Commission too is deliberately bent on dismantling the principles contained in the directive.