⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'external bill' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an external bill | external bills
external bill
Auslandswechsel {m}
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Übersetzung für 'external bill' von Englisch nach Deutsch

external bill
Auslandswechsel {m}fin.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In October 1947, de Valera asked the attorney-general, Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh, to draft a bill to repeal the External Relations Act, Miriam Moffitt notes that Maude's supporters were mostly older church members.
  • Fiscal policy is constrained by erratic fiscal revenues, a bloated civil service wage bill, and an external debt that is far above the HIPC threshold.
  • 223 Wylde chamber specification developed by Bill Wylde solves this problem by using the external dimensions and lead angle as found in the military 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge and the 0.224 inch freebore diameter as found in the civilian SAAMI .223 Remington cartridge.
  • The Bill gives an external agency the powers to set and enforce those targets and calls the government to adopt a fiscal strategy (including a plastic bottle levy alongside a refill scheme) to reduce plastic production and consumption, encourage more easily recycled plastics and require universal re-cyclability and the development of sustainable materials.
  • On January 13, 2022, The Wall Street Journal reported that Microsoft's board of directors plans to hire an external law firm to review its sexual harassment and gender discrimination policies, and to release a summary of how the company handled past allegations of misconduct against Bill Gates and other corporate executives.
  • Any economist will consider the immediate opportunity cost of the logrolling procedure within the legislative body, as well as the external cost of the vote (the cost to enact and see the bill through to fruition).
  • ... 5057; 113th Congress), a bill that would exempt certain external power supplies from complying with standards set forth in a final rule published by the United States Department of Energy in February 2014.
  • ... 5057; 113th Congress), a bill that would exempt certain external power supplies from complying with standards set forth in a final rule published by the United States Department of Energy in February 2014.
  • , its beak has no external nostrils into which the water might be forced.
  • Aegis Property Group served as external project managers, with L.
  • An acoustic Grateful Dead set that often included contributions from Dawson and Nelson would then segue into New Riders and electric Dead sets, obviating the need to hire external opening acts.
  • The Amendment barred judicial review of proclamations of emergency whether made to meet external, internal, or financial threats (Article 360 for the latter).
  • At the beginning of the 21st century, the WHO's work involved increasing collaboration with external bodies.
  • He continued to serve on the ICANN GAC until November 2002, through an ongoing posting as external advisor to Australia's Commonwealth Government.
  • The Guide's section on "Education" records the setting up in 1904 of the RIBA Board of Architectural Education, and the system by which any school which applied for recognition, whose syllabus was approved by the Board and whose examinations were conducted by an approved external examiner, and whose standard of attainment was guaranteed by periodical inspections by a "Visiting Board" from the BAE, could be placed on the list of "recognized schools" and its successful students could qualify for exemption from RIBA examinations.
  • In the recent past, the Sri Lankan Government has identified some key focal areas to address the external imbalances of the economy, especially with regard to reducing its high trade deficit (~15% of GDP for 2012) in order to make the economy comply with the Marshall–Lerner condition.
  • The next few years were quiet, although rumors of war with the Indians led to the formation in 1643 of the New England Confederation, designed to facilitate united action by the New England colonies against common external threats as well as internal matters such as dealing with escaped slaves and fugitives from justice.
  • The effectiveness of the pens may be affected by external methods.
  • In 1982 he was part of the majority that decided on a broad interpretation of the "external affairs power" of the Australian constitution in the "Koowarta v Bjelke-Petersen" case.
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