informationnoun

  • ja情報、資料、データ
  • enfacts, details, or knowledge about someone or something, sometimes obtained from investigation, study, or instruction

Examples

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You sign on.
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You make a profile about yourself by answering some questions,
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entering some information, such as your concentration or major at school, what books you like, movies,
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and most importantly, who your friends are.
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And then you can browse around, and see who people's friends are,
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and just check out people's online identities, and see how people portray themselves,
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and just find some interesting information about people.
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Hi.
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I'm gonna need a new set of these forms.
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Why?
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I'm really an idiot.
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You see, I was filling out my friend's form.
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And instead of putting her information, I put mine.
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You are an idiot.
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Please enter your password.
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- You have one new message. - How did you know?
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No! No, no.
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That is sensitive information.
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Only for employees, not outsiders!
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Dwight, cut it out. I'm trying to work.
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You don't work here! You're not Jim!
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RoBoHoN gives tourist information as you explore, takes photos, and acts as your overall companion.
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I'll be your good partner while you're in Japan.
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But tourist rentals are just his side job.
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RoBoHoN is made by Sharp and marketed in Japan as a companion robot that can maybe even replace your phone.
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For his safety, Pimento has gone off the grid.
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And remember, the only people we can trust with this information are in this room.
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And Genevieve.
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We can trust Genevieve.
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We share a life.
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I tell her everything.
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Fine, the people in this room and Genevieve.
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Mute
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You're so funny.
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Why is Darryl here?
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He works in the warehouse.
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I invited him.
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It's not a party.
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Darryl, back downstairs, this isn't information you need.
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There's information here?
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Yeah, you're right, I don't need this.
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Okay.
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Hey, come on.
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See you later tonight!
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I got plans later.
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Okay, bye, honey!
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Mute
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The autonomous vehicle can wirelessly deliver information to Digit.
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This exchange of information can help Digit use the best pathway to the front door
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and overcome unexpected obstacles.
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Mute
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I found the romance section.
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Now, first, I will need the names of the 2 people you're choosing between.
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I will not be telling you any information about them.
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No problem. We can work with that.
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- I will just call them by their initials? - No.
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- I will call them "Couscous" and "Quinoa." - Whatever.
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A hacker is attempting to break into our servers.
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Not all of them. Just the LACMI server.
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- Well, that's good. - No.
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- Captain Holt's nostril just twitched. It's bad. - It's devastating.
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- Props again. - Thanks, again.
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The LACMI server holds clearance-protected information, including the names of our undercover agents.
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If it's compromised, people could lose their lives.
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Information is the key.
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You need to learn your enemy's strengths and strategies.
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You need to learn which of your friends are not your friends.
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Mute
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We do have information on our customers.
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So, on every flight, we will observe the preferences, and the likes and dislikes of the customers,
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so we get to write it down for future flights.
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For example, like, pajama size or their preferred drinks.
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So the more someone flies with Emirates, the more we can cater to their personal preference.
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As a captain, I have an override code I can use to wipe the servers clean.
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So there'd be no information for the hackers to steal.
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But there's 1 problem, Jake.
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Yes, sir?
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You still have something in your teeth.
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You tried to get rid of it.
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But it's made it much more prominent.
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Why would you stop everything just to tell me that?
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It's very distracting.
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Anyway, I can't use my override code because doing so would delete the entire evidence tracking database.
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The NYPD only backs up that information at the precinct level twice a year.
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We would lose 4 months of evidence.
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Mute
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Oh, yeah?
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Well, for your information, these are official company issue!
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- Doug. - No, no, you shut up.
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- Doug. - What? He's making fun of my shorts again.
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He's 5. Be the bigger man.
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Mute
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Well, I think I have all the information I need.
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- Thank you for coming in, Mr. Lundt. - My pleasure.
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Mute
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I'm not a huge fan of this.
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I think it just throws it off.
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We know that recruiters look for 6 pieces of specific information in those 6 seconds.
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And this makes it challenging for me to all find that information.