palacenoun

  • ja宮殿、官邸、公邸、大邸宅
  • enthe official home of a king, queen, president, etc., or any large impressive house

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You weren’t made to sit on a chair in a palace.
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What was I made for?
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You’re a conqueror, Daenerys Stormborn.
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Is that a palace?
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It’s a windmill.
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I could turn this whole room into a palace for a hundred bucks!
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Sorry, Doug, it's gonna cost a lot more than a hundred bucks.
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- How much more? - Try 40 times that.
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40,000 dollars?
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- Something wrong with my face? - No.
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Fails at flirting.
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It's perfectly normal.
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Perfectly normal?
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And almost breaks every single thing in the palace.
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I am so, so sorry.
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Was this expensive, or —
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Only 15th-century Ming porcelain.
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I am so sorry.
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Once back in Rome,
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Nero immediately opened his palace doors for the now homeless people of Rome and offered shelter and food.
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He was quick in his desire to begin rebuilding the city and conveniently, a new palace for himself called the Domus Aurea,
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which in Latin means Golden House.
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It was a massive palace complex that would eventually take up nearly 1/3 of Rome.
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Ta-da-di-da-la.
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- Holy! - Oh, my god.
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God! What is this?
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It's like this is the the barrier, the entry to like a palace.
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- All right, it's the — chandelier! - That is ludicrous.
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And this conference room is about the size of my entire apartment.
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It symbolizes the queen's sovereign power.
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This is amazing.
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Wait.
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Is that the palace?
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There are 775 rooms in there?
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Oh, my God.