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    #1

    Better way of saying this sentence.

    I am writing to my boss to get consent on a requirement document sent to our team to review.

    i have reviewd it and it looks fine but before approving i want to check if he has reviewed or has anything that he thinks might have left out.

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    Do you have anything in specific that has been left out before we give the approval on this release.

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    #2

    Re: Better way of saying this sentence.

    (I'm not a teacher.)

    Since specific is an adjective, you don't need a preposition before it to modify the word anything. Also, that sentence should end in a question mark.

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