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    gears up VS is poised to VS is braced for

    Hello

    Which one of the bold options does fit in the below sentence?

    - The company gears up to to make a contract of/is poised to make a contract of / is braced for a contract of 300000 mts corn with the country.

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    Re: gears up VS is poised to VS is braced for

    The company is poised to sign a contract to supply 300,000 MT of corn to the country.

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