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Re: Sally please stay with us.--Yours Aye (faithfully) Ivan of Trafalgar
As I noted yesterday "aye" means "ever" as well as "yes" in Scots. It would
be closer to "yours sincerely", in that case.
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> > Dear Sally, I understand it to mean FAITHFULLY.
> > Other Cousins, am I correct?
> > Sincerely, Ivan of Trafalgar
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> Yes, Ivan, you are correct
> Neil of Nova Scotia
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