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“Janu is going to be filling in for me while I'm out on maternity leave.”
“Ugh. My sleep cycle is still totally out of whack.”
“You constantly have to be learning just to keep pace with the latest developments.”
“No one has come forward yet to claim responsibility for the attacks and police have not named any suspects.”
“At the end of the day, though, we can't afford to turn away business... as I'm sure you're aware.”
“Yeah, it's one of the highest-rated shows on the air.”
“Hmm... well, I must admit: I'm stumped.”
“We've been toying with the idea of raising our own chickens.”
“I'll shoot her an e-mail and find out where we stand.”
“I've got to hand it to you: you've really stepped up these last few weeks.”
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