American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An oath of ethical professional behavior sworn by new physicians, inaccurately attributed to Hippocrates.
“French commentators, on the other hand, are suggesting that Sarkozy's real aim in "endorsing" Blair was to upstage the Socialist opposition before municipal polls rather than commit Paris to backing Blair for the EU job, for which he has also dubbed Juncker pictured an obvious candidate.”
“As for a "wider discussion on the financing of the EU", Howard would do well to recall Juncker’s words to Le Monde at the beginning of the Luxembourg presidency in January.”
“The chairman of the euro zone's Eurogroup, Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, criticized German pressure for private sector funding of a new Greek bailout, likening it to "playing with fire.”
“Related Article ECB Threatens Greek Funding Jean-Claude Juncker, Luxembourg's prime minister, who heads up the meetings of the euro-zone finance ministers, described this as a "soft restructuring" or a "reprofiling.”
“The EFSF has €440 billion of buying capacity to support struggling euro-zone sovereigns, but "there have never been any discussions to expand the volume of the EFSF beyond that agreed effective lending capacity," said Guy Schuller , spokesman for Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the Eurogroup council of finance ministers.”
“On Monday evening, Jean-Claude Juncker , chairman of the Eurogroup of euro-zone finance ministers, acknowledged the need for "technical revisions" to the bailout plan but wouldn't elaborate.”
“Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker acknowledged earlier this week that the Greek debt-reduction program "is off track.”
“What is needed is an intersection between the Finnish expectations and the reluctance of the other member states," Mr. Juncker said.”
“I'm really impressed by the work the government has done; I wouldn't speculate on a date for application, but if reaching the criteria were sustainable it would be welcome if Bulgaria would apply," Mr. Juncker said.”
“Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the Eurogroup of euro-zone finance ministers, said Wednesday that the euro zone was already on the brink of a technical recession.”
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