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below it is a rule language,i want to translate into a natural english, manager review account on last day of year.the subject of this statement is first r2ml:object,account is object,and last day of year plays another role in this sentence.the principal is that each r2ml:object find its own place.if associationPredicate has one upper case,it indicates that there is 3 r2ml:object.if 2 upper cases,then 4 objects.we don't need to change the sequence as it is in this rule language.
<r2ml:AssociationAtom r2ml:associationPredicate="reviewOn">
                            <r2ml:ObjectName r2ml:object="manager"></r2ml:ObjectName>
                            <r2ml:ObjectName r2ml:object="account"></r2ml:ObjectName>
                            <r2ml:ObjectName r2ml:object="lastDayOfYear"></r2ml:ObjectName>

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