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“Let's not get bogged down in the details at this point.”
“OK. Let's get down to business.”
“Let's all take a step back and remember that it's about what's best for the kids.”
“Don't be wasteful. Let's donate them.”
“Guys, let's call it a day.”
“OK, let's shoot for Wednesday.”
“Let's get an objective opinion. Tom, what do YOU think?”
“Let's just weed out the ones that don't have a photo attached.”
“Let's definitely keep in touch.”
“Let's just not bother cooking tonight.”
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