newsnoun

  • jaニュース、報道、情報
  • enany information about a recent event, issue, situation, etc.

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Amy and I have some big news to share.
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- I'm pregnant. - We're pregnant!
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All right, what's your news, Amy?
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Oh, well, I'm getting married.
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What? Oh, my God!
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Everybody, I have some good news.
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And I have some bad news.
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I am being replaced as your leader by Dwight.
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Good evening, I'm Brynn DeRose.
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And I'm Slade Austin.
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Tonight on 'Power News,' we reveal who Donald Trump is running against for president.
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In other news, crowds are gathering today at our nation's capital for the civil rights demonstration led by Dr. Martin Luther King.
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So, I have big news.
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Let me guess.
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You're gonna give me my hoodie back.
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- Bam! I got into UNC! - Really?