In fact, the reason why I'm writing this letter is because I'm interested in hearing from people - foreign and Japanese - who have had similar experiences.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 1995年6月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT104031", "2361087"
But I know it was remarkable enough to attract my notice, even though his figure was foreshortened and shadowed, down in the deep trench, and mine was high above him, so steeped in the glow of an angry sunset, that I had shaded my eyes with my hand before I saw him at all.〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_SIGNA", "2269271"
To tell the truth, before going to Germany I had no interest in the country at all.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 1994年11月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT097059", "2543744"
To tell the truth, the evidence he brought forward is invalid.
Actually, my mother took me to swimming school when I was only a seven-month old baby.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 2003年9月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT203034", "2234307"
UTF-8 is a variable-length encoding system for Unicode. That is, different characters take up a different number of bytes. For ASCII characters （A-Z, &c.） UTF-8 uses just one byte per character. In fact, it uses the exact same bytes; the first 128 characters （0-127） in UTF-8 are indistinguishable from ASCII.〔【出典】"Dive Into Python 3" by Mark Pilgrim ◆【和訳】Fukada & Fujimoto ◆【License】CC-BY-SA-3.0 〕
I was going to tell you - there's one thing that worries me - my burner!"〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_WORLD08", "2343714"
On the face of it, this seems like a great idea. One encoding to rule them all. Multiple languages per document. No more "mode switching" to switch between encodings mid-stream. But right away, the obvious question should leap out at you. Four bytes? For every single character? That seems awfully wasteful, especially for languages like English and Spanish, which need less than one byte （256 numbers） to express every possible character. In fact, it's wasteful even for ideograph-based languages （like Chinese）, which never need more than two bytes per character.〔【出典】"Dive Into Python 3" by Mark Pilgrim ◆【和訳】Fukada & Fujimoto ◆【License】CC-BY-SA-3.0 〕