valleynoun

  • ja谷、谷間
  • ena lowland between two lines of hills, mountains, or other uplands, usually with a stream or river flowing through it

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I've actually done a lot of market research,
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and it turns out that southwestern Ohio is going to be the next Silicon Valley.
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They call it the Silicon Prairie.
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It's a big university town.
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And that's not garbage.
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It's my clothes.
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Look at this valley.
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- Stunning, huh? - Yeah.
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My father, a man I haven't talked to in, I don't know, 20 years,
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is here in L.A. and he lives in the Valley, okay?
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Adam, get out of the valley as fast as you can!
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Get to higher ground.
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But what about you?
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You ever hear of the Beck brothers?
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Beck brothers?
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They like him. They just wanna be feared.
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We want him nowhere near this valley.
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Nothing happens in this valley I don't know about.