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    fulfill the duty

    hi there,
    is "I am happy to fulfill my duty towards my country" a correct sentence?
    can I say "fulfill my duty" when talking about regular jobs or is it always associated with military matters?
    could you please give me some examples of "fulfill"?
    thanks.

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    Re: fulfill the duty

    It is not limited to military contexts.

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