factnoun

  • ja事実
  • ensomething true

Examples

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Mute
1.
Now, what have I not told you?
2.
Oh, I don’t know.
3.
How about the fact that the underwear out there on the telephone pole is yours
4.
from when you were having sex with Fun Bobby out on the terrace?
5.
- What? - What?
6.
Wait a minute, who told you?
7.
You are dead meat.
8.
I didn't know it was a big secret.
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Mute
1.
And, of course, I'll need to see any surveillance video.
2.
Unfortunately, this area's a blind spot.
3.
The camera that covers it broke 2 weeks ago, and it hasn't been fixed yet.
4.
Really don't want me to see that security footage, do you, Lieutenant?
5.
Hmm, I wonder why.
6.
I was just stating the facts.
7.
I didn't do anything to the camera.
8.
I never thought you did, but now I know every single thing about you as a person.
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Mute
1.
Case closed?
2.
If we don't find something conclusive, it jeopardizes the case and opens the department up to a lawsuit.
3.
So cancel your plans.
4.
We're here until this is over.
5.
Damn it, Peralta.
6.
Ow!
7.
I know everyone's mad at Peralta for ruining their weekend.
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But?
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That was it.
10.
I was just demonstrating for detective Peralta what a fact is.
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Mute
1.
My new Perfect Match computer program tells me exactly whom I should be matched up with,
2.
and guarantees they’ll like me back.
3.
I simply feed the computer some basic facts about myself.
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And it comes up with the perfect match.
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I’m thinking International supermodel Martika.
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Computer scanning.
7.
Perfect match.
8.
Perfect match.
9.
Lisa Zemo.
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Mute
1.
If you hated the bracelet so much, Chandler, you should've just said so.
2.
Well, doesn't the fact that I wore the bracelet even though I hated it,
3.
say something about our friendship and how much it means to me?
4.
Well, what about the fact that you insulted the bracelet and you made fun of me?
5.
Okay, well, that's the part where I'm a wank.
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Mute
1.
A human being cannot exist in 2 realities at the same time.
2.
I didn't kill that kid, Ralph.
3.
When the facts are filled with coincidences, don't dismiss those coincidences.
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Mute
1.
Richard Jewell is an innocent man.
2.
He's a hero.
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There is a bomb in Centennial Park.
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You have 30 minutes.
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One more time, just a little louder.
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I report the facts.
7.
You've ruined this man's life.
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There is a bomb in Centennial Park.
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You have 30 minutes.
10.
Do a couple in a row.
11.
My son saved people's lives.