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“I'd say that my greatest strength is my willingness to take risks.”
“If you notice anything suspicious, please alert the authorities immediately.”
“In case of fire, use stairs unless otherwise instructed.”
“Please note that all applications must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation.”
“Keep in touch!”
“People say that Detroit is long past its prime, but some still hold out hope that the city will revive itself.”
“Please disregard my last message. It was mistakenly sent to the wrong group.”
“My heart goes out to all the victims of this tragic event.”
“I'd appreciate any feedback you can give me on the content, as well as the spelling and grammar.”
“His resignation definitely marks the end of an era for Ample.”
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