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Daemon
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(with) kind regards

A common, semi-formal valediction (used to say farewell at the end of a letter or other written message; also known as a complimentary close) expressing well wishes to the recipient. More...

raghd muhi al-deen
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A common valediction

with my pleasure
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Best regards, Kind regards, Best wishes, Yours sincerely - which to use and when

When ending an email or letter, before you write your name, you usually include a small signoff with something like "Best regards", "Kind regards", "Best wishes" or "Yours sincerely". But which of these signoffs should you use and when?

Best regards

"Best regards" is probably the most popular signoff for an email or letter. It can be used both formally in a professional or business setting, but it can also be used informally, say in birthday card or personal letter. If you are really unsure of which to include "Best regards" is probably the best and safest choice for you.

https://emailsignaturerescue.com/blog/best-regards-kind-regards-best-wishes-yours-sincerely-which-to-use-and-when



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With kind regards may sound absurd
when kicking someone to the curb.
One may kick the can down the road
for somebody later to get a load.
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