branchnoun

  • ja部門
  • ena part of something larger or more complex, such as in an organization, a field of study, a group of languages, etc.

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Hey.
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Hey.
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Who are you faxing so early in the morning?
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Oh, kinda hard to explain.
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I don't have a ton of contact with the Scranton branch.
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But before I left, I took a box of Dwight's stationery.
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So from time to time, I send Dwight faxes.
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From himself.
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From the future.
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“Dwight, at 8:00 A.M. today, someone poisons the coffee.
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Do not drink the coffee.
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More instructions will follow.
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Cordially, Future Dwight.”
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No!
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You'll thank me later.
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How's my favorite branch doing?
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All right.
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The president is creating a new branch in the United States Military.
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Space Force.
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Which Mark will run.
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I don't…
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Your company is losing clients left and right.
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You have a stockholder meeting coming up.
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And you're going to have to explain to them why your most profitable branch is bleeding.
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So they may be looking for a little change in the CFO.
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So I don't think I need to wait out Dunder Mifflin.
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I think I just have to wait out you.
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The point of science is to discover the unknown,
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and in the history of scientific investigation,
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it's definitely happened
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that new discoveries have gone against established science,
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and even overturned whole branches of science.
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Such discoveries must be proven extra carefully
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to withstand skepticism.
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What are you gonna do after you graduate?
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I'm more or less thinking about the military service right out of high school.
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I don't know which branch yet, but —
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And then after the military service, I was thinking about a firefighter or a police officer.