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“He proudly served on the New York police force for over 30 years.”
“We were growing really rapidly for the first few months, but since then it’s evened off.”
“It's truly an honor to meet someone of your stature and influence.”
“Daniel Day-Lewis gave an absolutely riveting performance!”
“Thanks! I don't know if that's necessarily true, but it's nice of you to say.”
“She told me she had to draw some blood, and I swear I nearly fainted.”
“He's an incredibly charismatic and personable guy.”
“I tend to dress a little more conservatively at the office.”
“He has a reputation for being kind of eccentric.”
“They're not actively searching for a replacement yet.”
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