autumnnoun

  • ja秋、秋季
  • enthe season of the year between summer and winter, when leaves change color and the weather becomes colder

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Yay!
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Yay!
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Stu, what happened?
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You know, Deed, maybe having a leaf-free yard isn't so important.
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A few leaves are good.
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After all, leaves are what make autumn autumn.
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So glad autumn is here!
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I know.
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There's just something about autumn that resonates with me as a person.
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Right, you like it.
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But for me, it's something more!
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Not more than me.
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See, I embrace the feeling of a frosty morning chill fading in the afternoon sun!
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Right, a comfortable temperature.
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Thank you, people who say "autumn" instead of "fall,"
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for being the same people who won't stop talking about traveling abroad in Barcelona.
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- Come on. - Come on.
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Barcelona.
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Oh, we had such a great time in Barcelona.
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Our uniforms are made up of several different layers.
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We first of all, put on our waistcoats,
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then our frock coats and our top hats in the summer
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or the autumn, in the winter, you'll still
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put on your waistcoats, you will
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then put on your cape and your top hat.
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This is the new Apple Watch right here.
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And it is fancy.
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It has all kinds of features on it, like crazy features.
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There's a cool feature called Fall Detection, which
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I thought was at first like it lets
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you know when autumn is here.
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But Starbucks does that when they come out
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with their Pumpkin Lattes.
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So this watch will make an emergency call
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if you trip and have a big fall.