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“At this time, would all department heads please report to Conference Room A?”
“Without further ado, allow me to present our keynote speaker, Ms. Jessa Montgomery!”
“Can you please confirm that the quantity, delivery address, and payment terms are correct?”
“At the tone, please leave your name and a detailed message.”
“I asked him to stop on numerous occasions.”
“Animals inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, while plants do the opposite.”
“Children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable.”
“Jenny’s marketing prowess, professionalism, persistence and passion combine to make her the perfect match for our team.”
“What was your reason for leaving that position?”
“All right. Next item of business is our departmental savings goals.”
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