One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A formula used to end a letter, typically a formal one in which the recipient is addressed by name.‘Yours sincerely, Harold Cohn’
- ‘Thank you for such a great article. Sincerely yours, Jmr’
- ‘Your haunting articles… unable to publish… disturbing and dramatic… general public should not be made aware… returning them with great regret… Very sincerely yours, The London Press.’
- ‘Have a nice day! Yours sincerely, The Innocence Panel.’
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