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Re: Re:Sally please stay with us.
I first came across "yours aye" as the sign off to notes between officers
while serving in The Scottish Division. In this contect it means "yours
ever","aye" being Scots for "ever". Of course, "aye", in Scots more
commonly means "yes". It is determined by the context. I adopted it as my
personal sign off, and usually use it on this list! So,
----- Original Message -----
From: "donna willis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2001 4:05 PM
Subject: Re:Sally please stay with us.
> I still don't know what "Yours Aye" means. Would someone share the
knowledge with me? I always thought it was just a Scottish greeting.
> Donna Willis
> On Fri, 30 Mar 2001 14:43:26 EST IDL64@aol.com wrote:
> > Dear Cousin Sally,
> > Stay with us. We Sinclairs are interested in a lot of things. I
> >rather hear what is of concern to our family members, than take a chance
> >missing out on something that may not be of interest to all, but could be
> >interest to some.
> > Just like the neener business, I thought perhaps it was
> >for something. For a long time I really did not know what Yours Aye
> > Stay with us, because I may need some questions answered.
> > Sincerely, Your Cousin, Ivan of Trafalgar
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