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“I was just about to go into that.”
“I just reached out to a few people I knew in the industry and asked if they knew anyone who was hiring.”
“That seems like a tough field to break into.”
“Actually, I had a question about the previous slide. Could you go back to that?”
“Actually, Mark, can you do me a huge, huge favor? Could you run down to the convenience store and pick up a bag of ice?”
“If you go with the High Yield checking account, you can earn 1.25% interest on your balance.”
“Sir, are you ready to check out?”
“I dropped about 20 pounds since the beginning of the year, mostly just by cutting out processed foods and soda.”
“At the end of the day, though, we can't afford to turn away business... as I'm sure you're aware.”
“I say we give it a try.”
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