significantadjective

  • ja重要な、意義深い、大きな影響を与える
  • enlarge or important enough to have an effect or to be noticed

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Colonel, this is a significant find.
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I need your men to secure this village.
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We're not even supposed to be here.
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It's my job to make sure that anything of value stays out of enemy hands.
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And the relationship with Apple doesn't stop when you buy an iPhone.
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It continues.
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You might buy apps across the App Store.
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You might subscribe to Apple Music.
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You might use iCloud to buy additional storage.
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You might buy songs.
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You might rent movies.
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And so, there's a significant number of things.
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You might use Apple Pay every day now or at least, several times a week.
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Tonight at 7:00 the committee is choosing between us and the Seven-Four,
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although the Seven-Four has a significant advantage.
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They house an elite gang task force.
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The second reason for not negotiating your starting salary
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is it positions you perfectly for asking and getting a significant raise after you've done great work.
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Think about the conversation 6 months in.
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"I came in at the salary you offered.
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Look what I've done since.
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I've overdelivered, and I hope that will be recognized in my compensation."
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When will you be bringing out the lasers for me to play with?
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And would we start with the small lasers
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or could we go just straight to the big lasers in terms of playing with them?
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We won't be using actual lasers in this course.
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It's about the theory that makes them possible.
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One of the most significant bummers of my lifetime.
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But hiccups at the factory have caused significant production delays
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and even sparked some safety concerns.
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We’re very committed to safety.
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You’ll see things like forklifts, and we saw auto-guided vehicles.
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For those that have never been in a factory environment before,
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it’s important to understand how to operate safely.
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I was in family court, where I learned a few things about Judge Fitzpatrick.
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In the last 3 years, he has joined a country club,
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upgraded his car, and taken European vacations with his 3 kids
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who were all in college with no student loans.
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The math doesn't lie.
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Fitzpatrick should be in significant debt,
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but he hasn't filed for bankruptcy or open any new bank accounts or credit cards.
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I think for somebody who's starting out, who wants to be responsible,
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who wants to build a business that can last 100 years,
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who wants to have a positive social and environmental impact,
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there are— it's easy to find allies now.
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It was harder 20 years ago.
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But the B Corp movement, I think, is really significant that way.