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agendanoun

  • ja隠れた意図、思惑
  • enthe intention behind what somebody says or does, that is often secret

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I found these in the dead boy's pocket.
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Kids call 'em "skulls."
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You ever seen pills like that before?
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Are you asking me or accusing me?
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Why, I'm asking you, Kai.
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Just don't play games with me, Sheriff.
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I'm well aware of Mayor Kendall's agenda.
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Oh, this has nothing to do with Kendall.
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'I'm Still Breathing,' it's on my very first record.
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And it really brought me back to a time and how I used to write.
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This song, it had no agenda.
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And it came out very pure.
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This psychiatry shit.
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Apparently, what you’re feeling is not what you’re feeling.
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And what you’re not feeling is your real agenda.
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Here's our target.
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Rayka.
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She's the key to this whole thing.
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What we really need is her hard drive.
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It contains her agenda, the floor plans, everything we need to pull this off.
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What is your agenda for this vacation?
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This is kind of like redoing our marriage almost and getting to know each other.
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We're always with the kids and talking to them.
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We never have time to talk to each other.
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The way I can tell if someone is being fake or a fraud is literally through time.
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It's pretty hard to find out instantly, you know, if they're fake or if they just want something from you.
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So over time, that's when you realize what their true agendas are,
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and I'm pretty good at spotting that.
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Kyle, at least in the first season of the show, his agenda is not to fight demons.
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His agenda is to get his life back.
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If you're making a show about immigrants in this day and age,
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its gonna be seen as political.
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But we really wanted these to be human stories.
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These are not stories with any kind of agenda.
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Kids are morons.
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They see you with that girl, then they think you're special,
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and before you know it, you're elected captain of the dance.
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It's not that easy, Murray.
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But dad's saying it is, which fits with my agenda.
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By tomorrow, I'll be sitting on that prom court!

Other meanings for agenda...

agendanoun

  • ja協議事項、議題
  • ena list of things to be talked about or done, especially during a meeting
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But I think to the degree that there are people in the room
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who are arguing in favor of doing something about climate change or other social issues...
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I've used the meetings I've had thus far
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to argue in favor of immigration and in favor of climate change.
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And if I hadn't done that—
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That wasn't on the agenda before.
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So maybe nothing will happen, but at least the words were said.
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Alright, was there anything you wanted to add to the agenda?
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Me no get an agenda.
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What, I'm sorry?
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I didn't get any agenda.
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Well, I faxed one over to you this morning.
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The founder of Alibaba is chairing discussions here with hundreds of businesses around the G20 summit.
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The summit, of course, is going to be focusing on a whole host of issues.
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It's really coming at a challenging time for the global economy.
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And one of the issues that's likely going to be on the agenda is the running high anti-trade sentiment.
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So I've prepared an 8-point presentation on community engagement.
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We'll get to your presentation, Raymond.
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It's on the agenda.
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It says here it's scheduled "after everyone leaves."
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And not a minute later.
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But I think 2 pressing points are the minority investments that Fox has.
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It has a 40% stake in Sky.
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It was thwarted effectively 4 years ago from buying all of Sky in the UK.
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Amid political uproar, it decided to withdraw its bid.
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And it has a stake in Hulu, which is another well-positioned fast-growing online video business.
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I think those 2 issues will be high on the agenda for James as when he becomes CEO.
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I know this is unexpected, but I'd like to introduce a speaker who's not on the agenda:
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- my dad. - Nepotism.
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Strike Alice's comment from the record.
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Dad, the floor is yours
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Uh, thank you.
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Next on the agenda, the town's website is getting an overhaul this weekend,
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so we'll have an all new look next week.
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The president regularly threatened slapping tariffs on Chinese imports throughout the 2016 campaign.
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He's not done so since taking office.
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But they could be high on the agenda when he meets China's president for the first time in Florida on Thursday.
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Trump argues tariffs could send factory jobs like these back to the US.
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Next on the agenda, the Olympics.
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They're taking place in Russia right now as we speak.
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And judging from the voices I overheard on the bus this morning,
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a lot of people are not happy about that.
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So, the agenda of the meeting is just to sort of check in on how we can all better work together
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- to protect journalists in hostile environments and any other areas— - Yeah, yeah.
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Thank you for the cover story.
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We don't need to bother with all that.
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So, what's first on the agenda?
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Making sure the girls are settled in, happy.
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And then change the world?
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And then change the world.
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Davos is basically Coachella for billionaires.
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And this year, pretending to care about climate change was top of the agenda,
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so they had Greta Thunberg headlining.
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First item on the agenda is the discussion of the new health plan,
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which was sent to membership for review.
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I hereby open up the floor to what you call comment time.
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I got a comment.
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This plan stinks.
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I realized, "Hey, I have an agenda today."
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I have to master the standing up on 2 legs...
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Oh, oh.
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...the going forward... and the braking.
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Oh, God. We're good.
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And did I do it? No. But I tried.