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Art/Literary - Journalism
|English term or phrase: corn-flakes packet|
|"In the 1960s, President Kennedy's programme to land a man on the Moon before the end of the decade took space flight *from the corn-flakes packet to reality*."|
It seems to means "from fantasy to reality" - Could anyone please explain?
The author of the text is British, if it matters.
Thanks a million
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|Thank you very much. I'll watch out for the "free air ticket" box myself :-)|
Thanks a mil to James as well, for his vrey informative historical background.
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