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“I bet the meeting this afternoon'll be pretty short since David's out.”
“It'll keep in the fridge for about... 3 or 4 days?”
“No thanks. I'll just try him again later.”
“I'll see your five and raise you five more.”
“I'll just need to see a photo I.D.”
“I'll keep an eye out for it.”
“Welcome aboard Flight 187 to Chicago. Our travel time this morning will be approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.”
“I don't know exactly how much it'll be. I'll call the office and have them crunch the numbers.”
“We're about to take off. I'll call you when I land.”
“I'll just let that one soak for a little while.”
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