importantadjective

  • ja重要な、重大な、大切な
  • enhaving great value, influence, significance, or effect on people or things

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Ew!
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Alright, that is it.
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This is our apartment, and you cannot behave this way.
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Now, if you can't act your age, then you shouldn't be here at all.
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Now, those plates may not be as nice as the pretty pink ones that I picked out,
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but they're very important to Monica.
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And I want you to apologize to her right now.
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So it's just been this evolution where, for me, and for a lot of the people I work with at Facebook —
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We feel like giving people a voice is a really important thing to do.
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But it’s not enough to just give people a voice.
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You also have to help build common ground.
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All right, look, I was just trying to make a good first impression.
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Obviously, I screwed up.
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But what you guys think of me is really important because I'm hoping to get a permanent job here.
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So if you just give me another chance to make a good impression...
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Ross! Are you crazy?
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I am still your wife!
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What, were you just never gonna tell me?
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What the hell is wrong with you?!
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But CEOs are becoming the new moral compass in the world today.
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Would you agree?
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I think that it’s important for anyone in power to have a moral compass
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and to be able to truly stand up for what are the enduring values of our countries, our democracies.
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- Captain Holt and I did a hip-hop dance routine. - Oh.
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I see.
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You know what?
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I don't even care that I missed it because right now, I am holding my son.
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And there's nothing more important in the world than that.
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I have a video if you wanna see it.
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Amy, hold this baby.
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Rosa, give me that phone.
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Give me that phone.
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Everyone wash your hands.
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I know we should be scrutinized.
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And I think it's true, a big government institution should be scrutinized.
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Big non-profit institutions should be scrutinized.
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Big universities should be scrutinized.
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It just makes sense.
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And that's, by the way,
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why the work that The Washington Post and other great newspapers around the world do is so important,
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because they're often the ones doing that initial scrutiny
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even before the government agencies do.
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Somebody very important to me died.
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Who?
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The only person in the world who really knew me.
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So, how important is it or should companies even be getting involved
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in political and social conversations these days?
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I think that today, the brands that I personally admire the most are brands that have a point of view.
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A point of view on what's happening out there and trying —
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especially if you can link that point of view to the positioning of the brand.
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Okay, all of these things are important to remember.
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But the most important thing is that no one say anything about my pregnancy at the wedding.
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Absolutely, because not everyone knows, and some people might be offended.
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Decent people everywhere will get offended.
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Family's the most important thing.
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Don't do what I did.
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I put work in front of family.
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I thought it was more important to be somebody out there than the damn failure I was in my own home.
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I think we know going forward, we have 5 different generations of buyers coming.
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And the needs are very different from generation to generation.
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So we really need to concentrate— understanding what those customers need
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from a driver standpoint, passenger, pedestrian, the overall environment,
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and, of course, driver distraction.
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So I think it’s important that we do that research and provide that to the rest of the industry.
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Music is important to me because it's kind of how I first started to express myself artistically.
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I was a dancer.
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I loved singing. I loved performing.
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That was a huge part of my life growing up.
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You've got to come up with ways to become part of the news cycle.
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I'm not saying that trials are theater.
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But the court of public opinion is very important.
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Because if everybody in the building likes these guys, they must be the good guys, right?
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I think comprehensive tax reform is... so important to this economy.
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If you think about it, many, many companies now sell globally.
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If you sell globally, you earn money globally.
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If you earn money globally, you can't bring it back into the United States,
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unless you pay 35% plus your state tax.
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And you look at this and you go, "This is kind of bizarre!"
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I have some very important news about our favorite mini horse, Lil' Sebastian.
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- Yay! - Woo! Sebastian!
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He died last night.
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No!
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There's six more races. I thought we could hang out afterwards.
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Next time. I'm sorry. I promise.
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What's so important?
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I'm late for my disciplinary hearing.
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Huh?
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Okay.