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1. The organization has its headquarters in Brussels.
2. Are you still undecided about the job in Brussels?
3. She works as an interpreter in Brussels.
4. Even Brussels bureaucrats can't homogenize national cultures and tastes.
5. NATO defense ministers wrap up their meeting in Brussels today.
6. She spent hours fogbound in Brussels.
7. I spend a lot of time in Brussels, but London is still my base.
8. In Brussels the dollar rose by a ninth of a cent.
9. I didn'tget back to Brussels until after my demob.
10. The Prime Minister paid a flying visit to Brussels this afternoon.
11. The trip included an overnight stop in Brussels.
12. He was arrested at Heathrow after flying from Brussels airport.
13. Brussels brings cold comfort to sheep farmers.
14. Newman boarded the aircraft for Brussels at London Airport[sentencedict.com], fastened his seat belt.
15. According to Bank Brussels Lambert, steel and nonferrous stocks posted negative returns of 20 % for 1995.
16. We were going to have an 80-foot Brussels sprout flying above Battersea Power Station - and it nearly happened!
17. It's been a tumultuous day at the international trade negotiations in Brussels.
18. Let's get this straight - you're travelling to Frankfurt on Monday and Brussels on Tuesday, is that correct?
19. He moved to Belgium in 1990 to live with his son, who had been resident in Brussels since 1967.
20. An international forum on economic development took place in Brussels.
21. The Agriculture Secretary goes into a crunch meeting with senior ministers in Brussels tomorrow.
22. This new legislation represents a further seepage of power to Brussels.Sentencedict.com
23. They acted in accordance with the latest directive from Brussels.
24. She was adamantly opposed to her husband travelling to Brussels.
25. Her Majesty's Government were to be warmly congratulated for standing up for Britain at Brussels.
26. Accordingly, Manville took out his code manual and began preparing an official sanction for despatch to Brussels.
27. The rest of their time is taken up with meetings of committees and groups in Brussels.
28. The smiling realists are relieved that good old-fashioned national interest may burst out of the straitjacket of Brussels directives.
29. Garnish with a little soured cream and serve with Brussels sprouts and jacket potatoes.
30. Britain retains a veto on tax issues in the Council of Ministers, the highest-level body in Brussels.
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