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“You need to come up with a concrete plan.”
“You'll have to tell me more about it later.”
“Please note that all applications must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation.”
“All baggage must be stowed in the overhead container.”
“Seat backs and tray tables must be placed in their upright and locked positions.”
“I know it's tough going out there, but we need to keep pushing.”
“First and most importantly, you need to make sure that all your students are accounted for.”
“All reimbursement requests must be submitted by Dec. 8th.”
“I don't want to hear any excuses. You need to take responsibility for yourself.”
“Come on! You've got to at least give it a shot.”
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