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“Before we get started, I wanted to remind everyone that your time sheets are due to Amy by the end of this week.”
“Due to construction, the uptown Bronx-bound 1 train will not be stopping at 63rd Street. The next stop is 72nd Street.”
“Final boarding call for Asiana Airlines flight 221 to Seoul.”
“Ladies and gentlemen, we're experiencing some turbulence. Please return to your seats and fasten your seatbelts.”
“As you leave the train, please watch the gap between the train and the platform.”
“Before we get started, I have something to tell everyone. I wanted to let you all know that I'm pregnant.”
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“All baggage must be stowed in the overhead container.”
“Seat backs and tray tables must be placed in their upright and locked positions.”
“Stand clear of the closing doors please.”
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