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expand_more Siinä on semantiikka.
Arvoisa puhemies, tieteellisestä näkökulmasta katsottuna semantiikka tunnustaa nykyisin mainoksen kielen erittäin tehokkaaksi.
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EnglishTo classify what happened as an act of war is not a mere question of semantics.
EnglishIt is simply a question of semantics, which can still lead to actual prison sentences.
EnglishIn the United States, there is rather less concern for semantics and more for practical action.
EnglishIn terms of semantics, the content of the resolution does not correspond to the concept of homophobia.
EnglishStating it in these terms is not just semantics: it is a philosophical choice that we are making.
EnglishMr President, ladies and gentlemen, this has been a very impressive exercise in political semantics.
EnglishFirst of all, a comment on the semantics.
EnglishThe first is a matter of semantics.
EnglishHe accused me of simple semantics.
EnglishIt is all a question of semantics.
EnglishOur problem is therefore one of semantics.
EnglishBut I didn't want to argue semantics with these boys, so after a very long, uncomfortable pause, I said "Yes, yes, I do.
EnglishThe delays, wavering and semantics about the scale of intervention have allowed the regime to weaken the citizen's uprising.
EnglishI hope that Parliament and the Council can work together and find an agreement that is based on the substance and not the semantics.
EnglishWhat we can and should try to do is to create comparable living standards, and I am not just playing at semantics when I say this.
EnglishI think the side to my right wants to cover it with some very beautiful semantics, using terms like 'reproductive health'.
EnglishMr President, from a scientific point of view, semantics today accepts that the language of advertising constitutes an extremely effective message.
EnglishThe problem is not just one of semantics; it is a problem of the fundamental political absence of the European Union from the area as a whole.
EnglishIt's got a semantics.
EnglishHowever, I believe, to use the language of semantics, that some of the words used take on an extended meaning that becomes all the wider as any understanding of it becomes less well-defined.