professornoun

  • ja(大学の)教授
  • ena teacher at a university or college, especially one of the highest rank

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So, Rachel, what you do in America?
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I'm an Economics professor.
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Oh, very impressive.
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Econ professor, eh?
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Wow, you must be very smart, good for you.
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Let me get this straight.
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You both went to the same school,
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yet someone came back with a degree that's useful.
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And the other one came back as Asian Ellen.
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Kelly Kapoor is gone.
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Her fiancé, Ravi, was hired as a pediatrics professor at Miami University.
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I don't need them anymore.
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I am going to Miami, biatches.
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To hang with Lebron James and Gloria Estefan.
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Miami University in Ohio.
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On her last day, Kelly was still a little confused about it.
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Enjoy the snow, losers.
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I'm so happy for you, Kelly
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Man, Charles has been so happy and confident ever since he hooked up with that professor at the captain's party.
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She has tenure and also has 10 years, times 2, older than him.
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- That sucked. - Yeah.
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Okay, I’ll read you in, Elijah.
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Now, this is the scene where Byron’s professor fails him
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for missing the chemistry midterm to take his daughter to the doctor.
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I’m sorry, Byron, missing the midterm is an automatic failure.
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Go ahead, Professor Watkins, fail me if you want.
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Give me an F on the exam.
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I don’t care because I got an A today, as a dad.
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- Where did I go to college? - Trick question.
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You didn't.
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I was literally a college professor.
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Do you not remember one single thing about me?
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Dude, things have been nuts around here.
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I bet you don't know anything about me.
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You were born in Phoenix. You went to school in Tempe.
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You're an only child.
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Your favorite show is something called 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta.'
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And your favorite "book" is Kendall Jenner's Instagram feed.
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We can go to the FBI right now, and you can ask for the same deal that I got.
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- They won't give us that deal. - They will.
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- Or they want you to trick us into believing that so that we confess. - Think!
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It's what Annalise taught us, okay?
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It's not about who is innocent or guilty.
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It's about who has the best story.
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And this is the best story.
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That we were manipulated by our professor.
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Law students brainwashed by an evil genius.
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That— That's the story a jury wants to believe.