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“So, yeah, that pretty much wraps it up.”
“The number of companies that are willing to sponsor a visa is pretty limited.”
“He has a reputation for being kind of eccentric.”
“When you factor in the time it takes to travel to and from the airport, it's almost a 24-hour trip.”
“Is it just me, or was that a bit of a letdown?”
“It sounds vaguely familiar.”
“They set a pretty high bar for me.”
“Not exactly, but I did get some promising leads.”
“They're a bit snug around the waistline, don't you think?”
“I must say, I've been quite impressed with the quality of the pictures that I've taken with it.”
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