villagenoun

  • ja村、村落
  • ena small town or community or the people who live in it

Examples

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Mute
1.
What do you say is in this village?
2.
I'm not sure, but it might be... some sort of ghost, I think.
3.
Something awful has happened there.
4.
Why is this ghost important?
5.
I don't know.
6.
But it might be a vital clue.
7.
It might help me find Roger and Billy.
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Mute
1.
They burned my village.
2.
They put an arrow through my father's head right in front of me.
3.
They butchered my mother, everyone I ever knew.
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Mute
1.
Son, it can't be true.
2.
Migo, you will be banished from the village until you are ready to tell us the truth.
3.
I know what I saw.
4.
And I'm gonna prove it.
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Mute
1.
Polyhedrus intended to dam 7 billion gallons of water, flooding 80 square miles.
2.
The ancient village of Gedawar sat in the middle of the flood plain.
3.
Seismic activity in the Gedawar lake caused the release of a cloud of hydrogen sulphide gas.
4.
Nearly all of the 600 inhabitants were killed in minutes.
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Mute
1.
Do you have to marry a Druze?
2.
Yes.
3.
So if you brought home like a Korean, Black, Druze man —
4.
I would be kicked out from my village.
5.
Sorry, Mom.
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Mute
1.
Vamsi Gunnabathula from Mumbai, India.
2.
"I saw this sign in a village here in India.
3.
It says, 'Go Slow, Accident Porn Area.'"
4.
I would just turn around.
5.
I don't need to go slow.