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“I would set it for... 5:30?”
“Please note that all applications must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation.”
“We might as well make the most of it.”
“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.”
“I can assist you with that.”
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“You have to spend money to make money.”
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