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“I don't get wrapped up in office politics.”
“She used to report to Amy, then she got promoted to Manager and Amy moved over to the Pricing department. ”
“He's just insecure, and he tries to drag other people down to compensate.”
“He's not exactly what you'd call a "team player".”
“Can you tell him to swing by my office when he gets a chance?”
“Albert got all defensive when I commented on his design.”
“That's unlike him. He's usually so clean-cut.”
“Earl's looking pretty scruffy, isn't he?”
“He just blew me off.”
“Today I was talking with this girl at work who just got back from maternity leave.”
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