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    sentence correction

    as his company's anniversary draws near, a man may look forward to getting a seasonable bonus.


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    Re: sentence correction

    Quote Originally Posted by junebug23 View Post
    As his company's anniversary draws near, a man may look forward to getting a seasonable bonus.
    "Seasonable" would mean it relates to the time of year.

    Did you perhaps mean to type "reasonable"?

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    Re: sentence correction

    Possibly more likely a "seasonal" bonus?

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