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Complimentary close
also called Complimentary closing is the term and has one more synonym

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  1. expression, or phrase which immediately precedes the signature on a note, letter, or correspondence, most often written

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  2. The word or words so written express the esteem or regard for the person to whom the correspondence is directed

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  3. sometimes confused with valediction, which is the act of bidding farewell, especially orally

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  4. English complimentary closings typically contain the word yours, a contraction of your servant

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  5. old closings were usually some voluminous statement, a complete sentence of the form, I beg to remain, Sir, your most humble and obedient servant, A.B. This kind of ceremonious closing is still in use in some countries, for instance in France and Ita

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