English version

Yours truly/Yours

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishYours truly/YoursYours truly/Yours (also Yours sincerely British English, Sincerely yours American English) used to end a letter that begins with the title and name of the person you are writing to, for exampleDear Mr. Graves yours
Examples from the Corpus
Yours truly/YoursThere are an awful lot of Luddites out there with computer dyslexia, including Yours Truly.It is very important so I hope you will come. Yours truly, Hilda Passmore.The man of your dreams has come. Yours truly is handsome, ear-nose-throat specialist, well settled in Connecticut.A comparatively leisurely schedule of Yours Truly still entailed travelling to twenty-one cities in thirty-five weeks.Of course it's Yours Truly that's got to dust the whole kit and caboodle!All high tech and computers and whatnot. Yours truly won't be moving to the new premises.
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