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A confident, pro-active individual who has a sense of responsibility to fulfill duty at work, possesses sufficient ability of learning and analyzing, especially in Aerospace domain.
It is an object clause; not a sentence as such, but could be made one if preceded, for example, by
- I am
- We are looking for
a responsible, confident, pro-active individual, willing and able to learn analytically in the field of aerospace.
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And, in British English, it's fulfil.
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Hero of the day
Person asked the most questions.