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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Due to medical reasons is correct when you are writing about the reason for your absence or delay in doing something. "I was late for work because of a flat tire. I was unable to stay at my friend's birthday party due to medical reasons."

    Due to medical reasons is correct when you are writing about the reason for your absence or delay in doing something. “I was late for work because of a flat tire. I was unable to stay at my friend’s birthday party due to medical reasons.”

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    When you are writing a letter in formal style, you need to add the phrase "Yours sincerely" at the end of the letter. You would also use this phrase in business letters.

    When you are writing a letter in formal style, you need to add the phrase “Yours sincerely” at the end of the letter. You would also use this phrase in business letters.

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    You can thank someone for their blessings in person or in a card. You can also write a letter thanking someone for the gift or saying thank you for their help.

    You can thank someone for their blessings in person or in a card. You can also write a letter thanking someone for the gift or saying thank you for their help.

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    If your boss has thanked you for your work, thank him back. We are conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone thanks us for doing it. Bonus: If you wrote a report, send it to your boss. We are also conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone reads it.

    If your boss has thanked you for your work, thank him back. We are conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone thanks us for doing it.

    Bonus: If you wrote a report, send it to your boss. We are also conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone reads it.

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    Reply to "I am very well, thanks. I hope it is the same with you too" is "Much better thank you, and you?"

    Reply to “I am very well, thanks. I hope it is the same with you too” is “Much better thank you, and you?”

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