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Because I enjoy your company, and I sense you have the capacity for understanding someone of my complexity.
君が一緒だと楽しいから そして 君の能力に気がついた 1人の者として理解する 私の複雑性を

But I'm afraid, in your haste, there's been a misunderstanding.
でも、事を急いては... 誤解がある

By understanding your time perspective and that of others.
理解することで解決できます

Do you feel you have a good understanding of you and your husband's financial situation?
あなたとご主人の 経済状況は把握してる?

Given that this is the financial district, is it your understanding that people...
《そちらは金融街ですから》 《やはりwtcの中には... 》


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