Esimerkkejä "stifle"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishShould it be necessary to stifle all differences of opinion to be a true European?
EnglishWe cannot stifle these countries at such a decisive moment as this.
EnglishThe patenting of genetic material will stifle applied research and impede innovation.
EnglishPatents should protect innovation, rather than stifle competition.
EnglishThat would stifle any additional growth, which is the last thing we want at this precise time.
EnglishBrussels finally realised the folly of its policy to stifle production.
EnglishEspecially this one, by encroaching on universities, will stifle enterprise, not promote it.
EnglishThere is always a risk that one can stifle an initiative by too much bureaucracy.
EnglishI am sorry to have to say it, but the Commission obviously wants to stifle the whole affair.
EnglishThe fact is that rigid labour markets can stifle employment growth and need to be adapted.
EnglishThey receive paltry compensation which is intended to stifle their opposition and protests.
EnglishPursuing this path is the best way to stifle growth and to increase unemployment.
EnglishI am not trying to stifle debate or limit minorities.
EnglishPresident Chávez is attempting to stifle freedom throughout Latin America by means of oil money.
EnglishIn the 21st century, we must encourage, not stifle, competition from online retailers.
EnglishThe current rules regarding CRS only serve to stifle competition and maintain high fares.
EnglishIt is as though the industry has tried to stifle the debate on the safety of nanomaterials.
EnglishThe debate must not stifle pluralism, quite the contrary.
EnglishIt was impossible to stifle or break our spirit, however, and we continued to live as free people.
EnglishWe cannot afford to stifle vital European SMEs.