equipmentnoun

  • ja機器、備品、設備
  • enthe things, such as supplies, tools, machines, etc., needed for a special purpose or activity

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Oh, my God.
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What do you think of my equipment?
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Electronics salesman, Richard Schultz, founded a store in the area called Sound of Music.
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It sold stereos, speakers, vinyl records and other audio equipment.
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It grew into a chain.
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But the business found greater success after Schultz adopted the big box format.
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Ah! Yes!
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You wanna wipe down your equipment next time?
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The goal of having Lighthouse is to give us a space where we can put
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the best product people, the best designers, the best developers, the best engineers
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and the best modern manufacturing equipment all in 1 place.
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Mr. Fianella, please look at exhibits A through F on the table over here.
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Do you recognize this equipment?
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Yeah, that's the stuff the cops took from their truck.
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Do you know what this equipment is used for?
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I don't know.
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You look at all the innovation and transmission,
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and we don't even super high voltage transmission here.
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All of that is is being done in Asia and all the equipment that comes along with it.
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I don't think they need your skis.
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Daddy, some people lost all their belongings.
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Don't you think that includes athletic equipment?
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When we had what I called then that "economic Pearl Harbor," they were out the next day with the battleships.
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Whatever equipment they had—
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and they got more equipment as they went along.
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But they did the right things.
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He broke his ankle climbing over the railing,
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then he lied about it because it was a misuse of company equipment.
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Case closed.