topréposition + N
toviseur -> Base Verbale (BV)
adjectif + topréposition (reprise, référenciation, objectif) + N
Closer To Redefining The Length Of A Second
Psychologist On Why Funerals Are
Fundamental To Processing Grief
Former Bank Teller Pleads
Guilty To Stealing Almost $200,000
From Homeless Customer
the stigma attached to the disease
Hoffman's 'Capote' True to the Man
adverbe / verbe à particule adverbiale
topréposition (reprise, référenciation) + N
Health Insurers Say They Don't Want
To Go Back To Being The Bad Guys
adjectif + topréposition (reprise, référenciation, utilisation d'un élément de langage bien connu + N
verbe à particule adverbiale + topréposition (reprise, référenciation) + N > autres énoncés
Trump Is Open [ adjectif ]
To Visiting Russia If Putin Invites Him,
White House Says
July 27, 2018
Hugh Hefner's Final Resting Place?
The Plot He Bought
Next To [ groupe prépositionnel ]
September 29, 2017
‘I’m Resigned [ adjectif ]
a Terrible President’
JULY 30, 2016
The New York Times
By LELA MOORE
and MICHELLE BARUCHMAN
‘I’m Resigned to Having a Terrible President’,
Education is central [ adjectif ]
to ending FGM
Tuesday 18 February 2014
A practice that demeans,
dehumanises and injures is not a tradition,
it's a human rights violation.
Headteachers can help stop this
Education is central to ending FGM,
Sonia Sotomayor’s Last Laugh
November 4, 2010
By LINDA GREENHOUSE
on the Supreme Court and the law.
is accustomed [ adjectif ] to being underestimated
and to surpassing the expectations of her doubters.
So I’ll wonder if she even took the time to ponder the leak
last week of a May 2009 letter to President Obama
from a famous Harvard law professor lobbying for
the selection of Elena Kagan to replace Justice David H. Souter,
whose retirement had recently been announced.
I’m quite sure it is the professor, Laurence H. Tribe,
rather than Justice Sotomayor, who is mortified
by the revelation that he had dissed the soon-to-be-nominee,
a graduate of Princeton and Yale Law School,
as “not as smart as she seems to think she is.”’
- A U.S. soldier pleaded guilty [ adjectif ]
on Wednesday before a court martial
to abusing prisoners in Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison,
including forcing one to masturbate
and photographing naked prisoners.
Soldier Pleads Guilty to Iraqi Prisoner Abuse,
It's the ultimate global marketplace,
raking in billions of dollars
and attracting thousands of new users every day.
And now, on the eve of its fifth anniversary,
eBay is opening its own stores.
So why are we so addicted [ adjectif ]
to bidding for second-hand goods?
O, sub, 26.9.2004,
Two US marines have pleaded
guilty [ adjectif ] to giving electric shocks to an Iraqi prisoner
they were guarding at a temporary detention centre south of Baghdad,
the US military announced today.
The reform of the Victorian law will be the first step towards
an almost total ban on smacking,
although the Government will make clear it has no desire to criminalise
parents who give their child a quick smack
at moments of frustration or to keep them out of danger.
'We are sympathetic [ adjectif ]
to looking at reforming
the reasonable chastisement defence
in a way that catches those who assault their children
and then use this defence,'
a source close to Charles Clarke, the Education Secretary, said.
Broadband machines are always connected
at high speed to the internet,
making them preferable [ adjectif ]
to using a slower dial-up connection.
But security flaws in the Windows operating system mean
that viruses or hackers can subvert the machines
without the owner being aware.
aims to wipe out spam as UK broadband users
300,000 worshippers flock to St Peter's Square
to see Mother Teresa
come closer to [ groupe prépositionnel ]
Enoncé théorique de départ :
the IRA came close to
[ groupe prépositionnel ]
Enoncé formulé :
Everyone knows just how close
the IRA came to wiping out the British Government.
Secret History, Channel 4, 9pm, T/T2, p. 28, 15.5.2003.
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