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groupnoun

  • ja集団、集まり、グループ
  • enseveral people or things that are all together in the same place or that are connected with each other

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Wait, what are you gonna do?
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How about coming up with a super cool name for our study group...
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like The Mathematicians?
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That's great!
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The G7, or Group of Seven,
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is an organization made up of the world’s “most influential” and “advanced” economies.
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Every year, the leaders of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada,
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France, Germany, Italy and Japan gather in a fancy location to talk global affairs.
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Any interest in joining our music group?
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We sing songs without any instruments.
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It's all from our mouths.
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Alright, who's who?
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Yeah.
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Hi, I'm RM.
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I'm kinda like a spokesperson and the leader for this group.
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We were writing huge, complex programs in BASIC, trying to solve hard problems.
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A lot of kids were interested at first.
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But they were a small group that stayed just in, day and night, using the thing.
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Oh, yay. This group again.
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Excuse me, gentlemen, this is our table.
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Oh, really? And what group are you guys?
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We are... Uh... Uh...
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That's what I thought.
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From now on, this table belongs to the left-handed kids.
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This is a self-selecting group of people, right?
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People who come and work at Bombas want to make an impact
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in the communities where we all work and live.
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Furthermore, he thought that society should be divided into 3 groups:
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producers, the military, and the rulers.
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This is the country of Palau: a tiny group of islands in the Pacific Ocean.
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If you look at what's going on with tax reform,
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it's moving money and power and influence
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to a very small concentrated group of the wealthiest people in the country.
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Now, continuing our discussion on scaring groups of humans.
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Who remembers why humans travel in groups?
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Oh, oh!
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They're sticky.
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Mmm, no.