スピーチの中の語句を覚える (通検、国連英検対策) (2002/7/7)

ここでは、米国大統領のスピーチをはじめ、国連事務総長等のスピーチの中に出てくる語句を随時紹介していきます。

7、 ブッシュ大統領 独立記念日演説 (2002年7月4日)より



(関連記事)

米大統領、独立記念日演説でテロとの戦いに決意

ブッシュ米大統領は同時テロ後初の米独立記念日の7月4日、ウェストバージニア州リプリーを訪れ演説を行い、「歴史は今一度、アメリカにその圧倒的な力を自由を守るために行使するよう呼びかけている。我々はまさにそうするのみだ」と語って地球規模のテロとの戦いを遂行する決意を改めて表明した。

演説で大統領は、現在米軍で軍務についている他国出身者のうち「多くの者は米市民権の取得を待っている」と指摘し、「この戦時における彼らの勇敢な服務ぶりに敬意を表し、直ちに市民権を付与する行政命令に署名した」と述べ、軍務に従事している外国籍の1万5000人に、直ちに米市民権を与える方針を発表した。市民権取得には通常、従軍した場合で3年、それ以外では5年かかる。

一方、この日を狙った新たなテロ攻撃についてホワイトハウスでは4日日中の段階で特に懸念される情報はないと発表。首都ワシントン中心部では警官2000人が厳戒態勢を敷く中、恒例の花火などに例年通り人が集まった。

米独立記念日の4日、ウェストバージニア州リプリーで演説するブッシ

For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
July 4, 2002

President Honors Veterans at West Virginia Fourth of July Celebration

Courthouse Square
Ripley, West Virginia
10:00 A.M. EDT

veteran 
(形容詞) 老練の
(名詞) ベテラン、老練家、老練者、退役軍人、在郷軍人、古参兵

Fourth of July celebration
独立記念祭


THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all very much. (Applause.) Thank you. Well, thank you, Shelly, and thanks for that warm welcome. I'm really proud to be in Jackson County, West Virginia. (Applause.)

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Today we mark the 226th birthday of the United States of America. Last year I spent my first Independence Day as your President in Philadelphia. This year I get to spend it in Ripley, West Virginia. (Applause.)

President George W. Bush gives remarks during "Saluting Our Veterans" Fourth of July Celebration in Ripley, West Virginia. White House photo by Eric Draper.
mark
(1-他動-1) 〜に印を付ける、跡を付ける、跡を残す、〜の印となる、明らかにする・ This geometrically carved obelisk has marked a royal tomb. : この幾何学模様の彫られたオベリスクが王家の墓の印となっている。
(1-他動-2) 値段を付ける
(1-他動-3) (答案を)採点する
(1-他動-4) 〜に注目する、特筆する、〜に注意を払う・ Mark my words. : いいか、よく聞けよ。
(1-他動-5) 特徴づける
(1-他動-6) 運命づける
(1-他動-7) (人)をマークする
(1-名詞-1) 印、記号、標章、貼り付けマーク、現れ、付着
(1-名詞-2) 指標、水準、的、点、点数、記録
・ The company reached the $2 billion quarterly revenue mark for the first time in the company's history.
(1-名詞-3) 目標、餌食、かも、ターゲット
(1-名詞-4) 《俗》批判、嘲笑、詐欺
(1-名詞-5) 《トラック競技》スタートライン
(1-名詞-6) 《ボクシング》マーク、腹のまん中
(1-名詞-7) 《ポーリング競技》マーク
◆ストライク、スペア


(関連表現)
  • mark a breakthrough
    突破口を示す
  • mark a climax
    最高潮に達する
  • mark a climb-down
    譲歩を示す
  • mark a cross
    ×印を付ける
  • mark a deviation from ethical standards of the media
    メディアの倫理基準から逸脱する
  • mark a dot in the dimples
    《ゴルフ》ディンプルに印を付ける
  • mark a dramatic shift
    劇的な方針転換を遂げる
  • mark a first step toward
    〜への新たな一歩を踏み出す
  • mark a historic step forward
    歴史的前身の一歩をしるす
  • mark a historic turning point for
    〜への歴史的転機をしるす
  • mark a major change in Japan's security policy
    日本の防衛方針に大きな変化を示す
  • mark a milestone
    画期的な出来事である
  • mark a new age
    新時代を画す
  • mark a new beginning
    新たな始まりを示す
  • mark a new chapter in the tradition of
    〜の伝統が変わる節目を示す
  • mark a new epoch
    新時代を画する
  • mark a new era
    新時代を画する
  • mark a new high
    新記録を示す
  • mark a new record low for the year
    その年の最低記録を更新する
Shelly told me about the 4th of July celebration. She said I needed to come and meet the town. It looks like most of you showed up. (Laughter.) I appreciate your hospitality. I appreciate all the hard work that went into making this 4th of July celebration such a fantastic gathering of our fellow Americans. And thanks for having me. (Applause.) -

I want to thank Shelly Moore Capito for her friendship and her leadership in the halls of Congress. I appreciate so very much one of my Cabinet officers, Tony Principi, who is the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs, for not only serving the country, and serving in Vietnam, but also agreeing to come today to Ripley to represent the veterans from all across our country. Thank you for being here, Tony. (Applause.)

Department of Veterans Affairs
《米》復員軍人援護局、在郷軍人局、退役軍人局

◆正式名=United States Department of Veterans Affairs。分局として、Veterans Health Administration(病院)、Veterans Benefits Administration(傷病年金)、National Cemetery System(墓地)を持つ。1989年にVeterans Administrationを改局して設立。

I want to thank your Governor, Governor Wise, for joining us today. I appreciate you being here, Bob. And I appreciate Senator Jay Rockefeller coming, as well. Thank you both for coming. (Applause.)

governor
(名詞-1) 支配者、雇い主、親方、総督、統治者、知事、州知事、代議員

Senator
(名詞) 上院議員

Representative
(名詞) 《米》下院議員

I had the honor of meeting the Mayor of Ripley, Mayor Guthrie. Thank you for being here, Mr. Mayor. I appreciate your hospitality, and tell all the folks who work in the city here, I'd like to stay around for the cleanup, but -- (laughter) -- I'm sure you would let me, but -- (laughter.)

mayor
(名詞) 市長

cleanup
(形容詞) 強打者の、4番の
(名詞-1) 一掃、浄化、清浄化、浄化運動、身ぎれいにすること、身繕い、(大)掃除、後片付け、在庫の蔵払い、手入れ、粛正、粛清
(名詞-2) ぼろ儲け、大儲け
(名詞-3) 4番打者
(名詞-4) 完全
にやっつけること、決定的に負かすこと

I also appreciate Mayor Ritchie of Ravenswood for coming over to say hello, as well. Thank you, Mayor. (Applause.) I know the Attorney General of West Virginia is here, General McGraw. I appreciate the Secretary of State for West Virginia for being here. I want to thank all the members of the legislature. But most of all, I want to thank my fellow citizens. (Applause.)

Attorney General
《米》検事総長、司法長官

Secretary of State
《米》州務長官

legislature
(名詞) 立法府、議会

most of all
いちばん、とりわけ、なかんずく

Today I had the honor and privilege of saying hello to two West Virginia citizens who are family members of some of West Virginia's finest. Earlier this year, U.S. Special Forces Sergeant Gene Vance, Jr. and Anissa Ann Shero lost their lives in defense of our freedom. And I had the privilege of kissing Gene's wife, to express our sympathies and our love and our prayer. And I had the privilege of doing the same with Annisa's Dad. And I would like you all to join me in welcoming them to this celebration today. Thanks for coming. (Applause.)

Special Forces
《米軍》特殊(勤務)部隊
  • special forces
    特別部隊、特殊部隊
  • Special Forces Group
    《軍事》特殊部隊群
  • beef up the special forces that conduct small-scale operations
    活動規模の小さい特殊部隊を増員する
Sergeant
(名詞) 《軍事》米海兵隊の下士官・兵の階級の一つ

The anniversary of America's independence is a day for gratitude, and a day for celebration. On the 4th of July, we count our blessings, and there are so many to count. We're thankful for the families we love. We're thankful for the opportunities in America. We're thankful for our freedom, the freedom declared by our founding fathers, defended by many generations and granted to each one of us by Almighty God. (Applause.)

blessing
(名詞-1) 祝福、祝福の言葉、神への祈り、(食前・食後の)短い祈り
(名詞-2) 神の恵み、神のたまもの、恩恵、慈悲、幸運、喜ぶべきこと、ありがたいもの
・ A child is a blessing at any age. : 何歳になっても子供はありがたいものだ。
(名詞-3) 承認、賛成、賛意

Americans know that our country did not come about by chance. Our nation was first designed as a colony, serving an empire and answering to a king. The founders had other things in mind. In the summer of 1776, they declared that these colonies are and, of right, ought to be free and independent states. (Applause.)

come about
向きが変わる、向きを変える、(船が)上手回しになる、実現する、生じる、起こる、〜することになる

・ How did that come about? : どうしてそうなったのですか。、どうしてそんなことになったの?
  • come about as a natural result
    自然な[当然の]帰結として起こる

With a great army massed against the Americans, these were not idle words. "Stepping forward to sign the Declaration," said Dr. Benjamin Rush, "was like signing your own death warrant." Yet he and 55 others put their name on the document, pledging to the cause their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor.

idle
(形容詞) 使われて[使用されて]いない、何もしない、暇な、仕事のない、怠ける、怠惰な、ぐうたらな、遊んでいる、ブラブラしている、特にこれといった目的のない、意味[理由]のない

・ Idle time is the devil's plaything. : 悪魔は暇人に手を伸ばす。

・ Idle folk have the least leisure. : 《諺》横着者ほど暇がない。

・ If the devil find a man idle, he'll set him to work. : 《諺》悪魔は閑人に仕事を見つける。小人閑居して不善を成す。

(自動詞) 空運転する

speak idle words
無駄口をきく


death warrant
死刑執行令状、死亡証明書、とどめ、引導、致命的打撃

  • sign one's death warrant
    みずから破滅を招く
President George W. Bush greets residents of Ripley, West Virginia moments after his arrival on Marine One, July 4. White House photo by Eric Draper. And all Americans can draw a straight line from the free lives we lead today to that one moment, when the world changed forever. From that day in 1776, freedom has had a home, and freedom has had a defender. (Applause.)
defender
(名詞-1) 防御者、擁護者、被告人
(名詞-2) 《サッカー》バック
Unlike any other country, America came into the world with a message for mankind -- that all are created equal, and all are meant to be free. (Applause.) There is no America race; there's only an American creed: We believe in the dignity and rights of every person. We believe in equal justice, limited government, and in the rule of law. We believe in personal responsibility, and tolerance toward others.

creed
(名詞) (宗教上の)信条、モットー、信念、教義

equal justice under the law
法律上の公正

This creed of freedom and equality has lifted the lives of millions of Americans, of citizens by birth and citizens by choice. This creed draws our friends to us. It sets our enemies against us, and always inspires the best that is within us. In this 226th year of our independence, we have seen that American patriotism is still a living faith. We love our country; only more when she's threatened. (Applause.)

patriotism
(名詞) 愛国心
  • foster patriotism among children through education
    教育を通じて子供達の愛国心を育てる
  • inspire patriotism into the hearts of the people
    愛国心を鼓吹する
  • arouse patriotism
    愛国心を呼び起こす
  • breed patriotism
    愛国心を育む
  • burn with patriotism
    愛国心を強く感じる
  • call for a resurgence of patriotism
    愛国心の復活を呼びかける
  • display patriotism
    愛国心を発揮する
  • emotional patriotism
    感情的愛国心
  • false patriotism
    偽りの愛国心
  • fanatical patriotism
    熱狂的な愛国心
  • fervent patriotism
    熱烈な愛国心
 
living faith
厚い信仰
An Air Force pilot spoke for everyone when he was asked if anyone on his base had a personal connection to the victims of September the 11th. He said, I think we all do; they were all Americans. (Applause.) Air Force
【組織名】 空軍
  • Air Force Academy
    空軍士官学校

Watching the events of that day, no American felt this was an attack on others, it was an attack on all of us, on each and every one of us. Every ethnic background is known and respected here in America. Every religious belief is practiced and protected here. Yet, in a moment we discovered again that we're a single people. We share the same allegiance. We live under the same flag. When you strike one America -- when you strike one American, you strike us all. (Applause.)

allegiance
(名詞) 忠実、忠誠
  • allegiance between parties and voters
    政党と有権者の間にある忠誠関係
  • allegiance to a sovereign
    君主への忠誠
  • pledge allegiance as a new American citizen
    新しい米国市民として忠誠を誓う
  • pledge one's allegiance to his country
    祖国に忠誠を誓う
  • vow allegiance to one's country
    本国に忠誠を誓う
  • strict allegiance to the Bible
    聖書を固く信奉すること
  • pledge allegiance to the flag of America
    アメリカ国旗に対して忠誠を誓う
  • pledge allegiance to the flag
    国旗に忠誠を誓う

In the moments after September the 11th, Americans turned instinctively to the flag we share. The flag was lowered to half-staff in days of mourning; raised in respect over Ground Zero; hung in defiance from the wall of the Pentagon; carried with special pride at the Olympic Games; carefully folded at military gravesides and given to families. The American people, when we pledge our allegiance to the flag, feel renewed respect and love for all it represents. And no authority of government can ever prevent an American from pledging allegiance to this one nation under God. (Applause.)

instinctively
(副詞) 直観的に、本能的に、動物的な勘で、無意識で
  • instinctively like to come into contact with nature
    本能的に自然と接触することを好む
  • instinctively understand
    直観的に悟る
  • sense ~ instinctively
    本能的に〜を察知する
 ground zero
グラウンド・ゼロ、ゼロ地点、基点、最も初歩の段階、中心地、爆心地、(大がかりな事故やテロの)被災現場、ひどい状態
  • ground zero in
    〜の中心地
  • Ground Zero movement
    グラウンドゼロ運動、爆心地運動
  • actual ground zero
    (核爆発の)実グラウンドゼロ、実ゼロ地点、実落下点
  • designated ground zero
    指定投下地点
  • desired ground zero
    希望ゼロ地点
  • from ground zero
    ゼロから
  • __m from ground zero
    現場{げんば}から_メートルの地点
     
in defiance of
〜に逆らって、〜をものともせずに、〜を無視して、〜にかまわず、〜に反抗して、〜に違反して
  • in defiance of history
    歴史に逆らって
  • in defiance of international laws
    国際法を無視して
  • in defiance of international protests
    国際批判を無視して
  • in defiance of no-fly zones enforced by
    (人)により強制的に押し付けられた飛行禁止区域を無視して
  • in defiance of one's warnings
    止めるのも聞かずに
  • in defiance of police instructions
    警察の指示に逆らって
  • in defiance of the law
    法律を無視して
More than ever in the lifetimes of most Americans, the flag stands for a truly unified country. We've been united in our grief, and we are united in our resolve to protect our people and to defeat the enemies of the United States of America. (Applause.) resolve
(他動詞-1) 決心する、決意する、決定する、決議する、票決する、(人に〜する)決心をさせる

・ It was resolved that ~. : 〜と決議した

・ He resolved to go to America to study. : 彼はアメリカへ留学しようと決心した

・ She resolved to become an artist and went to France. : 彼女は画家になろうと志を立ててフランスに渡った

・ The discovery resolved him on going forwards. : その発見で彼はなおまえ進する決心がついた

・ He resolves to remedy his long-distance relationship with her.

(他動詞-2) (問題などを)解く、(疑いなどを)晴らす、解消する、除く、説明する、解明する、解決する

・ "My eyes get itchy whenever cats are around." "OK, then you should try this. This should resolve allergy problem." : 「猫が側にいると、いつも目がかゆくなるんです。」「そうですか、それならこれを試してみてください。アレルギーの悩みが解決するはずですよ。」

・ You've got to resolve your own problems, understand?

(他動詞-3) 分解する、還元する、分離する、分割する、(分解・分散などして)〜に^化する[変形させる]
(他動詞-4) 《韻》2短音節に代える
(他動詞-5) 散らす、消散させる

(名詞) 決心、決断、決議、決意、強固な意志、不屈、堅忍不抜

・ In a statement, they expressed their resolve to pursue effective international action to eliminate the abuse of drugs. : 声明の中で彼らは麻薬の害を根絶するために効果のある国際的行動を続けるという決意を表明した

・ My reso
lve to quit the company finally hardened. : やっと会社を辞める決心が固まった

・ They prefer to test their enemy's resolve.
Sixty years ago, after the attack on Pearl Harbor, General George C. Marshall declared that "before the sun sets on this terrible struggle, our flag will be recognized throughout the world as a symbol of freedom, on the one hand, and of overwhelming power on the other." This is our purpose again today. Once again, history has called America to use our overwhelming power in the defense of freedom. And we'll do just that. (Applause.)

have overwhelming power over
〜に対し圧倒的な力がある

In Afghanistan we defeated the Taliban regime, but that was just the first step. The liberation of that country was the beginning of the long and unrelenting struggle we have entered. America is a patient and determined country. We're working with our allies; we'll use every tool of diplomacy and law enforcement; we're organizing to protect the homeland against further attack. And we will take the battle to the enemy, wherever he hides and wherever he plans and wherever he dwells. (Applause.)

unrelenting struggle
容赦のない闘争


determined
(形容詞) 決心した、決然とした、やる気である、断固とした、確固たる、決意を秘めた、決意の固い

・ Nothing is impossible to a determined mind. : 《諺》石に矢の立つためしもある。

 
law enforcement
(1) 法の執行、法的処置、法的処罰、法律の強化
(2) 警察、当局
  • Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
    (組織名) 法令施行支援事業団
  • law enforcement authority
    捜査当局
    、警察当局

President George W. Bush joins war veterans on stage during the Pledge of Allegniance to open the The greatest asset we have in this conflict is the military of the United States of America. (Applause.) At this hour, more than 60,000 American troops are deployed around the world in the war against terror. Many of you here today have family members serving in the military. (Applause.) Wherever they are stationed, this nation is depending on them. And you need to be proud of them. (Applause.)

troop
(自動詞) ぞろぞろ歩く、集まる
(名詞-1) (人・動物の)群れ、組み、多数、隊、大勢
(名詞-2) 軍隊、兵士、警官隊、中隊

Thousands of our men and women in uniform were born in other countries, and now spend each day in honorable service to their adopted land. Many of them are still waiting for the chance to become American citizens because of the waiting period for citizenship. These men and women love our country. They show it in their daily devotion to duty. Out of respect for their brave service in this time of war, I have signed an executive order allowing them an immediate opportunity to petition for citizenship in the United States of America. (Applause.)

petition
(他動詞) 〜を請求する、要請する、申し立てる
(名詞) 嘆願、請願(書)、願書、請求、(不服)申し立て(書)、陳情

・ South's Korea's petitio
n was denied. : 韓国の^請願[不服申立て]は拒否された。

America has always depended on the courage and character of our people in the military. We're honored today by the presence of some of West Virginia's most distinguished citizens -- veterans of American Armed Forces. (Applause.) These men and women served in different places, at different times, but all were ready when they're country needed them, ready to sacrifice, to fight, and if necessary, to die for the sake of others.

distinguished
(形容詞) 優れた、顕著な、著名な、有名な、抜群の、一流の
  • distinguished ancestry
    名高い家柄
  • distinguished athlete
    優れた運動選手
  • distinguished attainments
    優れた業績
  • distinguished author
    著名な著者
  • distinguished bearing
    ひときわ目立つ態度
  • distinguished by
    〜で区別される
  • distinguished calligrapher
    書道の大家
  • distinguished career
    輝かしい経歴
  • distinguished citizen
    著名な市民

That's the highest form of citizenship. Whether the veterans here served in peacetime or in the worst battles, you have the nation's gratitude and the respect of your fellow Americans. (Applause.) On this 4th of July, it is my privilege to thank you for your service to your country. (Applause.)

privilege
(他動詞) 特権を与える
(名詞) (好意などによる)特権、特典、特別扱い、基本的人権、恩恵、特恵、名誉

・ He is such a bright child that I consider it a privilege to have a part in his development. : 彼はとても賢い子供でしたので、その成長にかかわれたことをとても名誉に思います。

・ Rank
has its privileges. : 《諺》位高ければ特権あり。
Veterans know better than anyone that love for country is shown in works. A spirit of service is alive and strong in America today. Our response to tragedy and sudden national challenges has revealed the courage, and it has revealed the kindness of the American people. As we fight a war abroad, here at home Americans are answering the call of service, giving their time and energy to causes greater than self-interest. This nation is confronting a terrible evil, and we are overcoming evil with good. (Applause.) confront
(自動詞) 直面する
(他動詞-1) 〜に直面する、応対する、格闘する、取り組む、対決させる、対峙する、立ち向かう

◆【類】struggle with, tackle, wrestle with・ Did you ever confront your mother?

(他動詞-2) 突き合わせる、対比する、比較する
(他動詞-3) 困難などが人に持ち上がる、〜の向かい側にある
  • confront a burgeoning AIDS problem
    広がりを見せるエイズ問題に取り組む
  • confront a host of difficult issues
    数多くの難題に直面する
  • confront a life-threatening situation
    生命にかかわる事態に直面する
  • confront a serious crisis
    重大[深刻]な危機に直面する
  • confront an enemy
    敵と戦う
  • confront an issue
    問題に立ち向かう
  • confront danger
    危険に立ち向かう
  • confront death
    死に直面する
  • confront energy crises
    エネルギー危機に直面する
  • confront head-on
    正面衝突する
  • confront history directly
    歴史と直接向き合う
  • confront one's enemy
    敵に立ち向かう
  • confront problems head-on
    問題に真っ向から取り組む
  • confront someone about
    〜について(人)と向き合う、〜について(人)を問い詰める
  • confront someone directly
    (人)に直接あたってみる
  • confront someone with
    (人)を〜に直面させる
  • confront someone with a microphone
    (人)にマイクを突きつける
  • confront someone with irrefutable evidence
    (人)に動かぬ証拠を突きつける
  • confront someone with the facts
    (人)に事実を突きつける
  • confront strange food
    慣れない食べ物に行き当たる

There is much in modern America that the founding generation might not understand. Yet, they would recognize the Stars and Stripes, and they would know qualities of character that still define our country. They would take great pride, as I do, in the decent, responsible, caring citizens who are the true strength of our country. (Applause.) I am certain, as well, that if they could survey this country of ours, they would join us all in giving thanks for all that we have.

Stars and Stripes
スターズ・アンド・ストライプス、星条旗、愛国心
  • Stars and Stripes flag
    星条旗
  • tattered Stars and Stripes flag
    ボロボロの星条旗
  • flag of the Stars and Stripes
    星条旗

A year after independence was declared, the Second Continental Congress set the design of our nation's flag. The stars on blue were to represent a new constellation, the different world our young nation had begun to create. Today, as much as ever before, America bears the hope of the world. Yet, from the day of our founding, America's own great hope has never been in ourselves alone. The founders humbly sought the wisdom and the blessing of Divine Providence. (Applause.)

constellation
(名詞) 星座
  • Constellation Cv-64
    コンステレーション
  • constellation in the northern hemisphere
    北半球の星座
  • constellation Leo
    獅子座
  • constellation of beautiful women
    きら星のような美女の群れ
  • constellation of, a
    さまざまな、いろいろな
  • constellation Orion
    オリオン座
  • constellation Sculptor
    《星座》彫刻室座
  • whole constellation of reasons
    ありとあらゆる理由
  • table of constellations
    星座表
  • celestial constellation
    天空の星座
  • data constellation
    データ群
  • family constellation
    家族性発現
  • GPS constellation
    GPS衛星群
divine providence
神の摂理
  • see divine providence in all things
    あらゆることに神の摂理を見いだす
  • act of divine providence
    神の意思のなせる業
  • by divine providence
    神の摂理によって

May we always live by that same trust, and may God continue to watch over the United States of America. (Applause.) God bless, and God bless America. (Applause.)

watch over
〜を見下ろす、〜を監督する、〜を監視する
  • watch over a growing child
    子供の生い立ちを見守る
  • watch over a sick child
    病気の子供を寝ずに看病する
  • watch over the cradle
    発育を見守る
  • watch over the morals and behavior
    風紀を取り締まる
  • watch over the sick
    病人を看護する
  • watch over ~ to protect him from danger
    身辺を警戒する
  • keep watch over
    〜を見張る、〜に目を光らせる、〜を監視する、〜を警備する
  • level-headedly watch over
    〜を冷静に見据える
     
God bless you.
幸運を祈る、神の祝福がありますように

・ "Achoo!" "(God) Bless you." "Thank you." : 「ハクション!」「神のご加護がありますように」「ありがとう」

◆クシャミをすると魂が抜けて悪魔が入り込むという迷信があるので、クシャミをした人に対してこのように言う。

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