propertynoun

  • ja所有物、〔所有されている〕財産、資産
  • ensomething that is owned, especially land or a building

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So far, this whole facility is home to just 1 major tenant, Virgin Galactic.
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The company, founded by billionaire Richard Branson, leases the property to fly its space tours.
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The state was looking for a new industry to champion,
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and Virgin was looking for a good deal on some clear airspace.
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Everybody's been super supportive,
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and we find really great infrastructure that we can kinda latch onto.
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And it's kind of a symbiotic relationship, right?
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As we grow, they can grow with us.
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Listen, you can't be here.
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It's private property.
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Aloha! Welcome to Nani 'Ekolu Ranch.
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So here at Nani 'Ekolu, we're able to get the koa seedlings and grow them into big trees.
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So we become our own supplier but with sustainability.
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That makes that property worth over $20 million for us.
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Get the *bleep* off my property or you're going to jail tonight.
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I remember when your grandfather owned this property.
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Used to be a horse stable over there before it burned down.
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Grandma, we're trespassing.
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This is public property.
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Well, we're the public, aren't we?
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The maple industry has been stagnant for decades upon decades upon decades.
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It's all small farmers doing their own thing on their own property,
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selling to the big conglomerate operators.
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This is —
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- Hey, this is nice. - one of the rental properties I'm working on currently.
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I wanted to introduce you as the guy that loved a hotel so much that you bought 1.
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- Tell us that story. - Okay.
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Well, this is a property that is just a stunning location.
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- In the Caribbean? - In the Caribbean.
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Perched above a beautiful white sand beach with turquoise waters, you can't help but fall in love with this place.
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- The island of Anguilla. - That's right.

Other meanings for property...

propertynoun

  • ja特質、特性
  • ena quality, attribute, or characteristic that something or someone has
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Rogu!
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Did you make that Little Ricky Spanish outfit all by yourself?
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That is so clever!
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He's clearly very advanced.
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Some people— Holy shit!
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Oh, phew, it's not blood.
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That's just the polymer gel from the suits lining that gives it its alien properties.
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What is it?
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It has special properties.
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What am I going through?
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He becomes a superhero to try to do what's right for his girl.
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Who knew if this guy could save my life?
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But I knew there's only one way that I could save hers.
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It's even implied he's thinking of her when he chooses to make his costume red.
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Yes, the color has blood-camouflaging properties.
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Seltzer water and lemon for blood.
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Or wear red.
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But red also gets a compliment from Vanessa earlier in the film.
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Red's your color.
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Brings out the bloodshot in your eyes.
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Tell me about crystals.
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I love them.
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I have some friends that— I have no idea.
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They just look like— Oh, that's a beautiful pet rock.
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Yeah, that's it exactly.
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They're beautiful.
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But to me, there's different properties for different crystals.
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And you can use them and place them on your body and in your room in different areas.
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Do you have any chai?
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- I’m sorry? - Chai.
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Do you have anything with chai?
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I mean, we might.
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We don't really sort the potions by flavor, you know?
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- People usually buy these for their magical properties. - Don't upsell me, Brunhilde.
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I know what I want, and that's a tasty chai potion.
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This I've only tested once.
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But it can switch the properties of any human with an apple temporarily.
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For just an instant on the tongue, you could have the sensation of being an apple.
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I mean, isn't that cool?
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Being an apple has to beat tasting one, right?
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Sure, yeah.