Mark Kauzlarich for The New York Times
Everybody Into the Pool
JUNE 1, 2016
N + into + N
everybody into the pool
fantasy into reality
Vtransitif + Nobjet + into + Nobjet / résultat
I'll trick him
into divorcing you and marrying me!
by John Lustig Gocomics
February 28, 2014
Vtransitif + into + Nobjet
I ran into my old friend Barbara today
Luann by Greg Evans
August 21, 2016
syntaxe > Nobjet antéposé
Nobjet antéposé + Nsujet + Vtransitif + Nobjet + into
A Father Vows To Save His Daughter
From A Marriage He Forced Her Into
prépositions > into + N > autres énoncés
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Brexit: a journey into the unknown
for a country never before so divided
Sunday 26 June 2016
Last modified on Sunday 26 June 2016
Newly Discovered Exoplanet
Provides Glimpse Into Jupiter's Past
August 14, 2015
1:10 PM ET
The discovery of a new planet
about 100 light years from Earth
could provide clues as to what Jupiter was like
early in the life of our solar system.
The new exoplanet, 51 Eridani b,
is thought to be just 20 million years old,
a tiny fraction of the age of Jupiter,
which was formed along
with the rest of the solar system
about 4.5 billion years ago.
Newly Discovered Exoplanet Provides Glimpse Into Jupiter's Past,
Elizabeth MacLennan obituary
Actor, writer and co-founder of 7:84,
the touring company that left
an indelible mark on British theatre
Monday 29 June 2015
She was born in Glasgow into a distinguished medical family.
Her father, Hector, was an obstetrician and her mother, Isobel,
a public health doctor.
Liz enjoyed an undeniably privileged upbringing,
going first to Laurel Bank girls’ school in Glasgow and then,
at the age of 13, to Benenden in Kent.
In 1956 she went to St Hilda’s College, Oxford,
to read modern history and instantly become a leading light
in university theatre.
I myself had a minor role in McGrath’s adaptation
of Aristophanes’ The Birds in which she was a spectacularly
At Oxford she also appeared in revue with Dudley Moore,
Alan Bennett and Ken Loach and was a memorably sensual
Molly Bloom in an adaptation of Joyce’s Ulysses.
Elizabeth MacLennan obituary,
The Trick of Life
APRIL 5, 2014
The New York Times
By AKHIL SHARMA
SEVEN years into writing a novel,
I started to lose my mind.
My thirty-seventh birthday had just come and gone,
the end of 2008 was approaching,
and I was constantly aware
of how little I had managed to accomplish.
The Trick of Life,
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