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Example sentences for correspondent

In fact, this correspondent admits to having habitually left an encrypted laptop running in sleep mode in the past.
One correspondent has pointed out that the research skills of a graduate student should enable them to work out their likely fate.
Moreover, advice givers are supposed to answer only the question that the correspondent asks.
They are not only placed in a full light themselves, but may throw light on their correspondent ideas, which lie in obscurity.
Most of management theory is inane, writes our correspondent, the founder of a consulting firm.
The monthly interest payments will be automatically charged to our correspondent bank account.
They underwrite loans for a loan correspondent as their sponsor.

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