abilitynoun

  • ja能力、才能、力量、手腕
  • enthe skill, power, capacity, or competence that is required to do something

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We've had TV for a while.
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But it hasn't been too long that everyone has had the ability
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to create videos and share what they wanted.
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That's only really been something that we've had with the internet.
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Oh, yeah? I'm also a better dancer than you.
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Ames, you have badly misjudged your own abilities.
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And I think one of the things that is super important—
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It's not just important to hire great leaders from diverse perspectives.
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It's important that you listen to them and you default to their decision-making ability and authority
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when they're the best position to do so.
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The most interesting thing about Pandora's new technology
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is the ability to not only reach the right voter at the right time,
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but get to know them, get to understand a little bit more about their lifestyle,
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get to know a little bit more about what their tastes are.
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And some bases of power are actually things that you get to accumulate and hold on to,
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like your ability to connect with other people and gain respect,
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which is called "referent power," right?
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So the things that you do to cause people to like you and admire you,
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you carry those with you no matter where you work.
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We need a medical reserve corps —
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lots of people who've got the training and background, who are ready to go with the expertise.
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And then we need to pair those medical people with the military,
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taking advantage of the military's ability to move fast, do logistics, and secure areas.
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Let's take a look at their fighting abilities.
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Look at him go!
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She has pretty much all the awesome skills of a squirrel,
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like the ability to climb and leap really high.
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Flying squirrel!
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Freeze Breath.
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The ability to breathe pure cold and turn her enemies into solid ice.
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Unfortunately, what he lacked in ability,
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he didn't make up for in sportsmanship.
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What is it?
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Something's different.
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The children. They have the ability to see.