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“Do not use if seal is broken.”
“Their powerful flippers propel them through the water in search of prey.”
“Penguins are remarkably well adapted to their icy environment, thanks to millions of years of evolution.”
“Images on this site may not be used without my express written permission.”
“I will be out of the office for the week of December 27, with limited access to e-mail.”
“All reimbursement requests must be submitted by Dec. 8th.”
“If you have any questions regarding Adele or her performance, please feel free to contact me.”
“She is highly motivated, reliable, and pleasant to work with.”
“Our success was largely due to Adele's contributions.”
“The music industry has been completely crushed by piracy.”
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