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  1. Anonymous
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    proper sentence structure...

    Can I use 'utmost professional' this way:

    "Maybe some have an unfullfilling need to be utmost professional on every occasion but..."

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    Re: proper sentence structure...

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    Can I use 'utmost professional' this way:

    "Maybe some have an unfullfilling need to be utmost professional on every occasion but..."
    It doesn't really work for me. "Utmost" refers to things that can be measured in degrees. I would use something like "absolutely" there.

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