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Yours faithfully

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishYours faithfullyYours faithfullyBritish EnglishTCM the usual polite way of ending a formal letter, which you have begun with Dear Sir or Dear Madam faithfully
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Yours faithfullyYour faithfully, Adam BrowningSuch letters will close with Yours faithfully.Thanks also to anyone else involved who may read this letter. Yours faithfully.So what is new? Yours faithfully, Heinz Vuillermoz.
Yours faithfullyYours faithfullyBritish EnglishTCM used to end a formal letter that begins ‘Dear Sir’ or ‘Dear Madam’ yours
Examples from the Corpus
Yours faithfullySuch letters will close with Yours faithfully.Thanks also to anyone else involved who may read this letter. Yours faithfully.So what is new? Yours faithfully, Heinz Vuillermoz.
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