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yours faithfully

A formal phrase used as a complimentary close to a letter, similar to "sincerely." Yours faithfully, Jane

Yours faithfully

(British English, formal, written) used at the end of a formal letter before you sign your name, when you have addressed somebody as ‘Dear Sir/Dear Madam,’ etc. and not by their name
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"Our study shows that babies copy faithfully because of their social motivation to interact with other people."
For information on bringing FFF training to your area, contact Laura Alderman, Director of MeritCare Faithfully Fit Forever, at 701-234-5659 or laura.alderman@Meritcare.com.
Sorry for the late congrats, but thank you for faithfully reminding us that skating is fun--and for being there the whole time I've been skating and getting me stoked all the more to keep rolling.
The Progressive has faithfully covered disability rights protests in its On the Line section, but I was thrilled to see a full-length feature article that addressed disability rights ("Medicaid Loses Out and the Disabled Take the Hit," by Kai Wright, August issue).
"This decision faithfully applies precedent on government-sponsored religious displays," she said.
More importantly, the file and data locks can also be faithfully projected between the locations in real time (not possible to have a user conflict).
Millions of Americans have used the Star Trek lexicon to describe our own harsh universe, but few have done so as faithfully as James Traficant, the colorful, corrupt Democratic representative from the Buckeye State, who peppered his 17-year-mission to Washington with continuous rescue calls to the Enterprise.
To quote from the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2003: Becky, age 17, wants to be a stand-up comic, and she practices her routines faithfully, performing wherever she can.
What Steele put forth on television is faithfully reinforced in White Guilt, in which he contends that white leaders must stop using minorities as a device to impose their moral authority and black leaders should cease indulging them.
The restored building replicates the eighteenth-century masterpiece as faithfully as possible and incorporates nearly 8000 stones salvaged from the rubble.
The solution of the structure of DNA by Watson and Crick in the 1950s (Watson and Crick 1953) immediately suggested a mechanism--semi-conservative replication--by which the genetic material could be faithfully transmitted from one generation to the next.
Faithfully recommended for all who feel the repercussions of the tsunami's strike.
Many thanks to Division President-elect Fay Adams, NCTM, who faithfully took minutes at each of our meetings, and tabulated the student awards from each state.
Funke's story spoke to my own sense of detachment from the Iraqi war, as well as to our need to recognize the sacrifice of the many lives already given, and the need to live our own lives faithfully. The major difference is that the current war has not been fully justified and at times appears to be driven mostly by greed and vengeance.
As good scholarly journals should, we have "inclusiveness." This is a great and necessary antidote to politically choked, left-brain-bound, and painfully boring writing that often leaves pubs like DAT & L faithfully subscribed, but woefully underread and sitting in a stack on the office/cubicle shelf.