sans la marque du pluriel
The police are supposed to protect free speech,
not suppress it.
The police are on our tail!
by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis
March 01, 2014
The Guardian Society 1 p. 6 22.2.2006
The Guardian p. 11 18.8.2006
The Guardian Film & Music p.1 24.2.2006
The Guardian p. 6 28.11.2005
Dhaka: many dead as garment factory building
that supplied west collapses
25 April 2013
Hundreds of workers feared to have died at plant in Bangladesh
where staff were 'told to return to work' despite crack in wall
dead as garment factory building that supplied west collapses,
Man Randomly Stabs Four, One Fatally,
Then Slashes Himself, the Police Say
A naked man with a knife unleashed a torrent of violence
inside the building where he lives in Upper Manhattan on Tuesday,
randomly stabbing four residents, one fatally,
before running outside and slashing himself, the police said.
Man Randomly Stabs Four, One Fatally, Then Slashes
Himself, the Police Say,
U.S. continues to conduct air strikes in Libya
WASHINGTON | Wed Apr 13, 2011
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. fighter jets are still attacking Libyan
leader Muammar Gaddafi's air defenses even after NATO took over full
command of Libya operations earlier this month, the Pentagon said on
well if there is a specific request from NATO.
providing this strike capability on a (limited) basis doesn't change that,"
(Editing by John O'Callaghan and Peter Cooney)
U.S. continues to conduct air strikes in Libya, R,
The Jobless See a Lifeline at Risk
March 31, 2011
PALM COAST, Fla. —
With his worn black canvas briefcase at his feet,
Richard Dudenhoeffer, a cabinet maker,
stood at a computer at the one-stop employment center
and scrolled through Florida’s employment listings
before settling on three applications:
Custodian for the Flagler County School Board. City meter reader.
manager at a tractor supply company.
in Flagler County, where joblessness remains stubbornly high,
Mr. Dudenhoeffer, 61, has not even gotten his foot in the door,
despite his almost daily efforts to find a job, any job.
No interviews. No phone calls. No e-mails. No flicker of hope.
he would lose it all, he said,
starting with his mobile home and his car,
a lifeline in a county with no
after rattling off the possessions — coin collection, gold jewelry —
he had sold to stay afloat.
“It was too tempting to blow my brains out.”
He added, “I am just so
the outlook does not look immediately brighter.
The Jobless See a
Lifeline at Risk, NYT, 31.3.2011,
'Too many passengers
are still standing in queues'
Thursday June 21, 2007
The British are supposed to be tolerant of queuing,
but Stephen Nelson's post bag indicates
that their patience at airports has reached breaking point.
'Too many passengers
are still standing in queues', G, 21.6.2007,
Ahead of tomorrow's American poll, Stephen Armstrong meets
a Sky News team who are struggling with
8,000 other international journalists
to gain access to candidates who see them as a waste of time
'Foreign media are about as useful as lice' -
Kerry aide, G, 1.11.2004,
Australia breach final frontier
Australia 398 & 329-5 dec; India 185 & 200
Gillespie: nine wickets in the match
Australia have won their first Test series in India since 1969-70
after a crushing 342-run win in the third Test in Nagpur.
Headline, sub and §1, G,
It's peace but
the dead are
Headline, G, 28.8.2004,
Headline, G, 28.8.2004,
next to Tom Clancy (and sell as many copies)
but if his popularity is due to a belief
that he adheres to the Boy Scout code of fiction,
then his public are reading him for the wrong reasons.
His books have been formed by the nature of the Cold War;
they are one of the most thorough and historically useful guides
to the mentality of those who ran it that we have.
redemption of an unheroic hero
The Spencer family are making their first public appearance
alongside the Royal Family since Diana, Princess of Wales's
emotionally-charged funeral seven years ago.
Fountain dedicated to Diana, PA, 6.7.2004.
In Mecca itself, the Grand Mosque - Islam's holiest site -
overflowed today with nearly 500,000 faithful,
who heard Sheik Saleh al-Taleb give a fiery sermon
and led them prayer.
gather for climax of annual pilgrimage, G, 31.1.2004,
To do this, we need committed, dedicated staff
who are prepared to embrace the challenges,
take the rough with the smooth, the highs and the lows,
help us to deliver the standards of policing that we all deserve,
and to do all this with a smile.
'We need a committed, dedicated staff to embrace these
Why Brazil are unluckier than England in World Cups (...)
Why England aren't quite the unluckiest team in the world ever
That, argues MacLean,
shows that the police are either too uninterested
or too overburdened to track down bail skips
- particularly those charged with minor offensives.
Titre de l'article à préciser, GI/G2, p. 5, 20.6.2003.
The poor, emphatically, are not the new rich.
One the contrary, the rich are the new poor.
Talking cheap on poverty:
Dans certains cas,
peut être suivi
d'un verbe au singulier
et / ou
au pluriel :
Government faces questions over Lockerbie bomber
August 22, 2009
From Times Online
The Government are under fresh pressure this morning
alleged trade deal behind the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
Government faces questions over Lockerbie bomber, Ts, 22.8.2009,
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