reportnoun

  • ja記事、報道
  • ena detailed account or statement of an event, especially one that is published, broadcast, or presented in detail

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Rough night.
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Look alive, Peg!
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We got a war going on.
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Where's that morning market report?
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Did we crush old people right off the pie chart yet?
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Hang on, still updating.
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Okay, see that teeny, tiny sliver in gray?
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That is love for old people.
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Ha! Stay off our turf next time, you dusty skin racks.
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Sweet victory.
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My morning routine is simple.
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I get up at 5:00 in the morning.
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And I ride the bike — an elliptical bike — watching international business news from 5:00 to 6:00.
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I also read some reports during that period.
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I try and burn 500 calories.
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Then I do some stretches for another 20 minutes.
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And so basically, at about 6:30, I go back upstairs, and I put on my suit, and I go to work.
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At 1:32, he peed, and I know that because he did it in an open soda bottle
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under the desk while filling out expense reports.
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And on the flip side, I've been so busy watching him that I haven't even started work.
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It's exhausting being this vigilant.
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I'll probably have to go home early today.
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Diaz.
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Pimento.
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What's up?
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What's up with you?
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I need you to sign this report.
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Okay.
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I'll sign your report.
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But the Apple Store utopia might not be as glorious as it looks from the outside.
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In the past year, there have been reports of customers facing long wait times and overcrowded stores.
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Customers and reporters have lamented the loss of the seamless Apple Store.
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Apple might have to rethink its retail strategy if it wants to maintain the store's reputation.
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Oh, hey, Captain.
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Did you get my report on the Finley murder?
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Yeah, I looked it over. Nice work.
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I wanna see the police report for Richie Fife.
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Can someone deal with this?
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I'm not going away.
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Fans of streaming video were enraged after reports emerged that Netflix had begun to show commercials.
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Many users threatened to leave the service if ads became more widespread.
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But Netflix said that they were only showing promos for their own content,
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and that this is only an experiment.
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings quickly responded, "No advertising coming onto Netflix. Period."
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There are a couple reports, though, that we've seen as well that say that it bodes well for the video game industry.
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For instance, NPD just put out a report.
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When they asked people who were buying electronic entertainment,
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about 15% of those people said they were going to buy more.
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When they talked to people who were buying at GameStop,
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they said actually 25% of those people were actually going to spend more this season than what they did last year.
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And when they asked them what they were going to buy,
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80% of them said they were going to buy video games.