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Best to avoid the past tense

The pro vice-chancellor for global reach and attrition prevention waits in the vice-chancellor’s office with the dean of job readiness, awaiting the VC’s return from a session with a Gestaltian therapist.

PVC: Look; I think I got away with it last time but it was touch and go.

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