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“I will be out of the office for the week of December 27, with limited access to e-mail.”
“As you're well aware, all requests for tech support are to go through me.”
“As the Earth orbits around the sun, the angle at which sunlight hits the Earth changes.”
“All reimbursement requests must be submitted by Dec. 8th.”
“She was initially hesitant to give me her phone number, but I was persistent.”
“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.”
“Hi — I don't think we've been properly introduced. I'm Aaron.”
“I'd just like to say, on behalf of everyone here, good luck in your new home.”
“9% of respondents indicated that they did not have car insurance.”
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