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addressnoun

  • ja住所
  • enthe details, such as house number, street or road name, town, etc., of someone's home or workplace where letters, packages, etc. can be sent

Examples

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Unmute
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Now, before we go any further, we should probably choose an item to steal.
2.
Does anyone have anything valuable on them?
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Maybe some jewelry?
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I have a medical alert bracelet that tells people my name and address, in case I have a brain collapse.
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Perfect!
6.
This year's champion will be whoever's in possession of Scully's very upsetting bracelet at midnight tonight.
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Unmute
1.
So there I was.
2.
I woke up with a heavy case of amnesia in the middle of nowhere.
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The only clue to my past is Harry's name and address inside this hat.
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So I made my way to the apartment.
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And that's when I found you... and your stapler gun.
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Stop talking!
7.
- You're a hallucination! - You're a hallucination.
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Unmute
1.
We've detected some unusual activity on your credit card.
2.
Oh, man. Do you think it was stolen?
3.
First, would you mind verifying your home address?
4.
Yes.
5.
383 Linden Ave., Scranton, PA.
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And may I have the last 4 digits of your Social Security?
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6-6-5-0.
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Well, Mr. Halpert, you're obviously not in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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- Wait a minute. Yes, I am. - I'm going to go ahead and put a hold on your card.
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No. I think that we should let the criminal use the card a little longer.
11.
Very funny, sir.
12.
- We'll get a new card out to you right away. - No—
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Have a nice day, and thank you.
14.
Shoot.
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Unmute
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Address.
2.
What's that?
3.
A safe house in Paris.
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Why would I need a safe house in Paris?
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Should things, at some point, go terribly wrong, it's good to have a place to go.
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You know, for a cup of tea.
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Unmute
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Ooh. Alright.
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Name, address.
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Okay, in case of emergency, call...?
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You.
5.
Really?
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Yeah.
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Oh, that is so sweet!
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Oh, gosh. I love you.
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Unmute
1.
So where can people find you if they want to learn more about you,
2.
listen to your dope music, tell us what's going on, where can they find you?
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I live in California.
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- This is my address. - I'm joking.
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They can find me on, obviously, Instagram, Snapchat, which I love.
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It's just beberexha, B-E-B-E-R-E-X-H-A on all social media.
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I'll put the links in the description as well so you can click that, follow her.
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She's dope, certified unicorn, Girl Love, love it all.
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Unmute
1.
I'd like to use a lifeline.
2.
Seriously?
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I can call anyone I want, right?
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Yeah, I mean, a parent, a smarter friend.
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- Literally anyone. - Michelle Obama.
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Hello.
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Hi, Mrs. Obama?
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What's my name?
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- Who is this? - Adrian.
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So, your name is Adrian.
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That's it, thanks!
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Just a few months left.
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Oh, gotta change my address.
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Unmute
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And what did you do to celebrate and why wasn't I invited?
2.
What did I do to celebrate? What did I do to celebrate?
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- Did I celebrate? - It's 40th.
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- It must be ⁠— Yeah. - But obviously, my memory's gone. I'm 40, so.
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Oh, I had dinner with friends, with a group of friends with 14 or 15 of us.
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- Here in town? - It was nice.
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Up in Malibu.
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- It was lovely. Yeah, it was low-key and really nice. - Oh, that's nice.
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I'm nearby. I could have done it.
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- Again, your address, send it to me. - Yeah, all right.
11.
Give me your number, so I'll give it to you.
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Unmute
1.
We have coconuts, and these aren't regular coconuts, these are older ones that have dried out.
2.
And then they have this little girl that paints on them.
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And she paints Guam and then this white area is unique because you can write an address on here
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and then put some stamps on it and this will ship in the US mail.
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You can't take a coconut with you on the airplane, but you can ship it for some reason.