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2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

a) It is incumbent upon our sales representatives to make overtures of a positive nature to prospective clients prior to the finalization of their respective sales forecasts.
2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

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2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.
a) It is incumbent upon our sales representatives to make overtures of a positive nature to prospective clients prior to the finalization of their respective sales forecasts.
2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

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2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

a) It is incumbent upon our sales representatives to make overtures of a positive nature to prospective clients prior to the finalization of their respective sales forecasts. 2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

a) It is incumbent upon our sales representatives to make overtures of a positive nature to prospective clients prior to the finalization of their respective sales forecasts. 2. Revise the following sentences, replacing many of the Latinisms, unnecessary noun phrases, and jargon with plain language.

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