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ever yours

An old-fashioned phrase used as an affectionate close to a letter. I hope that we can see each other again soon. Ever yours, Jane
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yours ˈever/ever ˈyours

sometimes used at the end of an informal letter, before you write your name
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This turned out to be crucial in determining the winner, with Trouble receiving the highest number of first preference votes, but being overtaken after five rounds by Only Ever Yours.
When the socialite Elizabeth Lemmon, whom he did love, urged him to come to her antebellum estate near Middleburg, Virginia, Perkins found excuses, visiting her only once there and leaving early after only one night's stay (see Tarr, As Ever Yours 1-6).
Subtitled 'nothing is ever as it seems, nothing is ever yours to keep,' Sue said of SHROUDS: "It is a production which pushes the boundaries of what is expected of work created by actors with learning disabilities in terms of both quality and style.