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might > sens et valeurs
might > pure
might > spéculation, probabilité, hypothèse,
might > hypothèse plus ou moins probable
might > hypothèse assez probable ( //
doute assez fondé,
déduction ( // must)
flowing with much more water than
thanks to ancient volcanic deposits,
a new study shows.
Using satellite data,
scientists from Brown University
studied layers of rock on the moon
that likely formed from large volcanic
called lunar pyroclastic deposits.
The magma created by these eruptions
has been carried to the moon's surface
from very deep within its interior,
And it gets weirder.
If there's water
in the moon's mantle,
that suggests that the water
was delivered to
very early in its formation,
before it fully solidified,
the study's lead author,
Because the magma originally comes
from deep within the lunar interior,
"the deep interior of the
moon must also contain
A New Study Shows The Moon's Interior
Could Contain Water
NPR July 24, 2017 3:18 PM ET
might > hypothèse probable
might > certitude
might > présupposition
moi qui vous parle,
je suis quasi-certain
de ce que je dis
je sais déjà
ce que vous pensez,
je sais à l'avance
ce que vous allez dire
might > sens et valeurs > autres énoncés
Don't run on the cement
might hurt yourselves!
Don't swing that hose around, Michael
you could hit
For Better or For Worse
by Lynn Johnston
August 03, 2014
School Choice Might
11:44 AM ET
Despite the objections of Senate Democrats, teachers unions and others, school
choice activist and billionaire Republican donor Betsy DeVos passed a committee
vote to be secretary of education. The nomination now moves to the full Senate.
A key Senate committee voted Tuesday to approve the nomination of Betsy DeVos, a
school choice activist and billionaire Republican donor, to be secretary of
education, despite the fierce objections of Senate Democrats, teachers unions
and others. There's much speculation as to exactly how she might carry out
President Trump's stated priority of increasing school choice.
A significant clue comes from the American Federation for Children, the
advocacy organization DeVos chaired until she was nominated. AFC supports both
publicly funded charter schools and even more so, "private school choice" —
publicly sponsored programs that give families money to spend on tuition at
Here's How School Choice Might Work,
JAN. 31 2017,
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reopened, says Met
Police release age-enhanced image
missing girl might look like now,
suggesting evidence that she might be
25 April 2012
This article was published on guardian.co.uk
at 11.15 BST on Wednesday 25 April
It was last modified at 12.38 BST
on Wednesday 25 April 2012.
Yard is calling for the investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance to
be reopened, as detectives revealed there is evidence to suggest
might be alive.
Senior detectives within the Metropolitan police have been reviewing the
Portuguese inquiry into the girl's disappearance for a year. On Wednesday – as
the fifth anniversary of her disappearance approaches – police released an
age-enhanced image of what she might look like now.
Madeleine, whose ninth birthday is on 12 May, disappeared from a Portuguese
resort on 3 May 2007.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood said he believed she was abducted by a
stranger, adding that there were 195 "investigative opportunities".
Redwood said he "genuinely" believed Madeleine
could be alive, though the team is following an equal line of
that she might now be
The officer is leading a team of 37 detectives dedicated solely to carrying out
an active investigative review of all the evidence in the case.
They are sifting through 40,000 pieces of material, and within them Redwood said
officers have identified 195 historic investigative opportunities.
He said the team was developing new information about what happened to Madeleine
five years ago, when she disappeared from her parents' holiday villa in Praia de
"We are currently developing material which we believe represents genuine new
information," said Redwood.
He said officers had carried out a forensic analysis of the timeline of events,
and had identified opportunities when the child could have been taken in a
Dismissing conspiracy theories about Madeleine's parents' involvement, Redwood
said he believed the girl's disappearance was the result of "a criminal act by a
He appealed directly to anyone who might know where Madeleine was to contact the
The Met team is working with a Portuguese review team in Oporto, which is
separate from the original inquiry and, said Redwood, was as committed as
Scotland Yard to getting to the bottom of what happened to Madeleine.
"The Metropolitan police service wants the investigation reopened," he said. But
he added that the decision had to be made by the Portuguese.
The Yard team is passing its information directly to the Portuguese review team.
Redwood has visited Portugal seven times in the past year.
The review was set up last year on the fourth anniversary of the child's
disappearance after Madeleine's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, appealed to the
prime minister, David Cameron, for Scotland Yard to look at the case.
Redwood said: "We have approached the material with a completely open mind. We
have sought to put Madeleine McCann at the heart of everything we do."
Madeleine McCann case should be reopened, says Met,
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