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That may or may not be a good idea, depending on how much of an assa** the professor is (and some of them really are, so you've got to be careful). And just why, may I ask, is it important to you to remind him that it's his fault?

That said, if you really must remind him that the missed appointment was his fault, something like "I'm sorry you couldn't make it to our meeting", or something like that will do. It's called being passive-aggressive.

That may or may not be a good idea, depending on how much of an ass the professor is (and some of them really are, so you've got to be careful). And just why, may I ask, is it important to you to remind him that it's his fault?

That said, if you really must remind him that the missed appointment was his fault, something like "I'm sorry you couldn't make it to our meeting", or something like that will do. It's called being passive-aggressive.

That may or may not be a good idea, depending on how much of an a** the professor is (and some of them really are, so you've got to be careful). And just why, may I ask, is it important to you to remind him that it's his fault?

That said, if you really must remind him that the missed appointment was his fault, something like "I'm sorry you couldn't make it to our meeting", or something like that will do. It's called being passive-aggressive.

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That may or may not be a good idea, depending on how much of an ass the professor is (and some of them really are, so you've got to be careful). And just why, may I ask, is it important to you to remind him that it's his fault?

That said, if you really must remind him that the missed appointment was his fault, something like "I'm sorry you couldn't make it to our meeting", or something like that will do. It's called being passive-aggressive.