[OS X TeX] multiline bracket in a table, text in math mode?

Cyril cyril.niklaus at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 23:39:43 EDT 2006

Hi all,
I'm trying to duplicate a table using latex, and I need to use a  
mutliline brace (not sure of the name, the curly bracket) inside this  
table. Using arrays in tables seems to work OK so since I am not  
using LaTeX for maths, I started to look at how to do only that part,  
and I came up with

\[ il  \left. \begin{array} {ccc}		
		est content \\ sera content \\ serait content
	\end{array} \right\} que vous soyez là \]

which does not work right, since spaces between the words are eaten,  
and the "sera content" is not alligned with the "il" and "que vous  
soyez là" (and nevermind the accent).

What is then the best way to get such a bracket with text, and not math?

This jpg is what I'm trying to recreate:

Pointers welcome!
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