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policynoun

  • ja方針、ポリシー、方策
  • ena way of doing something that has been officially agreed upon and chosen by a group

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You got to see this.
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I'm about to give Captain Holt his gift.
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Oh, did he lift his "no gift" policy?
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No, he didn't.
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But I figured out a way to buy him something and trick him into accepting it.
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I also see that we have a workforce today — a workplace, I should say — today that's not designed for families.
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And yet, if you interview most men and women around the United States, they have families.
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So we need to have a good Paid Family Medical Leave policy.
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So if you have an elderly parent that needs care, you have a young child, you go out for pregnancy,
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you can come back to your career.
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Wow, that's a lot of money.
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So can you, I don't know, loan me a couple of G's?
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Oh, no. No, I'm sorry.
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I have a policy.
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- I never loan friends money. - Oh, okay.
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If you think you've been shortchanged on your McDonald's French fry order, there might be a good reason for that,
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according to McDonald's employees who posted on Reddit.
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They say they were told to pinch the base of the cardboard carton so it would take fewer fries to make it look full.
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Other employees confirmed the practice, and that customers occasionally called them out on it.
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But a McDonald's representative told the Huffington Post no such policy exists.
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Some of the other girls and I are filing an Equal Employment Claim.
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It's illegal for them not to let us write.
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And we want the policy changed.
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I'm a product of 2 amazingly unique things of the United States.
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One is its technology reaching me where I was growing up
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and letting me dream the dream.
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And it was the enlightened immigration policy of this country that let me live the dream.
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We've seen people building concentration camps out of Lego
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and pictures of the prophet Muhammad.
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And so we noticed a huge sensitivity to so-called political topics.
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And in this case, one of our staff members, locally in Australia,
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found that the purpose suggested by Ai Weiwei was too sensitive.
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And so the order was refused, and we later reviewed our policy
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and simply decided that for us to determine what's sensitive and what's political is too difficult.
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I'm sorry, madam, but the hotel has a very strict no pet policy.
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You seem like the sort of man who loves a precious,
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- don't you, Mr...? - Stringer.
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Ms. McDougal?
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She didn't ask for ID.
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It's policy.
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We take a lot of immigrants here.
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You tested positive for Covid-19.
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Funny. Kick a man when he's down.
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Fourteen day quarantine. Hospital policy.
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Contact tracing team will be in touch.