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“Please note that I will be out of the office starting Friday, December 7, through Tuesday, December 11.”
“You hear about how nice it is there, and I thought, "Yeah, OK." But it totally lives up to the hype.”
“We get most major national holidays, two weeks of paid vacation, and I think four sick days.”
“Let me know if that works.”
“I'd like to take off the week of March 10th - 14th. Let me know if that presents a problem.”
“It's nice and all, but by the second or third day I started to get restless.”
“Remember that your days don't carry over, so put in your requests soon.”
“I'd love to go, but I don't know if I'd be able to manage it financially.”
“We rented a little cabin in a remote area of the mountains.”
“You ought to go ahead and book it soon.”
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