factorynoun

  • ja工場
  • ena building or group of buildings where large amounts of goods are produced or assembled by machines

Examples

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It's a candy factory.
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Well, life's a bitter treat without someone sweet to share it with.
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What are you feeding her?
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Are you crazy?
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No, I don't wanna watch a living animal die and then consume its flesh.
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How is this different than eating a turkey that's been killed in the factory?
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Because I don't have to see that.
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It's called "living in denial," you moron.
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Essentially, the company was bleeding money like crazy.
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And just, if we didn't solve these problems in a very short period of time, we would die.
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And it was extremely difficult to solve them.
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How close to death did you come?
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We were within single digit weeks.
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Twenty-two hours a day, how many —?
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Absolutely, yes, like 7 days a week.
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Sleeping in the factory.
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I worked everywhere.
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I was in the paint shop, general assembly, body shop.
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You can’t run a chocolate factory with a family hanging over you like an old dead goose.
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1.
So let's get to know each other!
2.
How did you get started in fashion and styling?
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So I had a granddad who had a factory.
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And he made denim.
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So by the time I was 13, I was making denim jackets and jeans.
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Wonderful hair leads to wonderful opportunities.
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Mama...
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You sure are onto something.
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I want a whole line of products, which is why I wanna open my own factory.
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There's such a thing as growing too fast.
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1.
Did you guys know that a lot of these sheet masks —
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Actually most of them, I believe, when they make them, hand folded.
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Hand folded and stuffed.
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'Cause I saw them in the factory as they were making it.
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It's phenomenal.
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So I actually appreciate sheet masks more.
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Because it's been touched by human hands.
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This is your classroom.
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- My classroom. - Yeah.
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And you better be a good teacher,
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or else you're gonna be back in Louisiana working in a crawdad factory.