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“What you’re saying is true, yes. But I’m not sure that it’s really relevant to the discussion.”
“I don’t think that’s really an option due to our budget.”
“Before we get started, I wanted to remind everyone that your time sheets are due to Amy by the end of this week.”
“We just need to think about whether that will work from a design perspective.”
“Well, can’t we just create a different layout for every device? That would be the best from a design perspective.”
“I looked over your books, and I jotted down a few questions that I wanted to ask you.”
“I wanted to talk about our upcoming product launch.”
“No, that one's dead.”
“Why don’t we go around the room and introduce ourselves, and say a few words about what you do here.”
“Our revenues have been mostly flat, but our profit margin has been shrinking.”
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