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“The truth always comes out, one way or another.”
“Most of the various online invoice services come with an assortment of professional-looking templates.”
“You just need a good night's sleep.”
“For me, doing some sort of physical activity always clears my head and gets my creative juices flowing.”
“You need to floss, preferably every day, but every other day at the bare minimum.”
“Don't just go in and hit them over the head with a pre-rehearsed pitch.”
“No job is worth ruining your health over.”
“You should say something to the waiter.”
“I think you need to go to a mechanic.”
“Don't try to do too much at once. Just ease into it.”
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