warm regards


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warm regards

A friendly but slightly formal valediction (used to say farewell at the end of a letter or other written message; also known as a complimentary close). I hope I'll have the chance of meeting with you again soon. Warm regards, Brian
See also: regard, warm
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When attending a conference in one of these countries, you would have colleagues come up and say: please give my warm regards to Professor Roy.
His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud welcomed of His Royal Highness His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa and offered Saudi Arabia's own warm regards to His Majesty the King and His Royal Highness the Prime Minister.
President high consideration and warm regards of President Ben Ali, as well as the President of the Republic's special interest to continuous bolstering of the friendship relations and traditional co-operation between the two countries.
Mustafa Isen, in his part, said that he arrived in the TRNC to join the celebrations of "July 20th Peace and Freedom Day" on behalf of Turkish President Abdullah Gul and he brought the warm regards of Gul to the TRNC.
I extend my warm regards to the people of Angola, whom our reporter confirmed "are particularly warm and welcoming", as we look forward to what should be the most exciting tournament in living memory.
Speaking at the inauguration of the annual meetings of IMF and World Bank in Istanbul, Erdogan said that he welcomed all to Turkey and Istanbul with warm regards. AaAaAaAaAaAaAa Turkey and Istanbul hosted the annual meetings of IMF and World Bank in 1955.
Esprit de Corps' second issue included a congratulatory message from then-Defence Minister Bill McKnight "for producing such a fine and worthwhile publication." The magazine, which has seen a dozen defence ministers come and go, would seldom receive such warm regards from the Canadian Forces' political leadership.
How can Pakistanis leave the future of the country and their nuclear arsenal in the hands of a man, without any international experience or knowledge ;With warm regards
The poems are great and please extend my warm regards to the poets.
Our warm regards to editor Marge Berer and best wishes for the continued success of this marvelous publication!
Days's nomination would be hard for Republicans to oppose: confirmed as Solicitor General a year ago, he won high praise from Orrin Hatch and warm regards from Alan Simpson.
Sultan Bolkiah, asking the Minister to convey his appreciation and warm regards to President Moon, voiced hope for increased substantive bilateral cooperation, mainly in future growth areas, as well as support for the ROK governments efforts to build peace on the Korean Peninsula.
"I would like to send my warm regards and respect to Chairman Kim," he said.
I FEEL compelled to write to you, the newspaper of record for Huddersfield, to pass on my warm regards to the fine people of your town.
During the meeting, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman conveyed to President Maithripala Sirisena, as well as Government and people of Sri Lanka, the best wishes and warm regards from the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan.