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  • I commonly sign off an email with a simple "Regards".

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  • He reads through it once more to think about how Louie-the-ship is apt to take this, tries to imagine himself in that situation, and feels like a JOHN BARNES complete fool, but changes "Regards" to "My love always."

    Mother Of Storms

  • "Regards," he said apathetically, taking his whiskey with the enthusiasm and expression of a man observing his doctor's orders.

    Man to Man

  • "Regards" has come into popular use in more recent years as a less formal, more friendly way of sending off your hopefully-well-received mail, replacing what used to be "Yours sincerely".

    The Age News Headlines

  • Is it a soft and mushy, sweet and gentle form that makes saying "Regards" seem a little brusque?

    The Age News Headlines

  • "Regards", like most of us do, whether or not I have met or spoken with my correspondent?

    The Age News Headlines

  • Should I be simply signing off with "Regards", or "Kind regards", "Warm regards", "Best regards" or, to make a big impression, '' Very best regards ''.

    The Age News Headlines

  • What I'm really hoping to find is those old Max Fleischer sing along follow-the-bouncing-ball cartoons, like "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" and "Give My Regards to Broadway," but haven't turned those up yet.

    Boing Boing

  • Regards from NoMoTown (the MOTORlessCITY) time to toss McCain under his “supposed” Straight Talk Bus

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  • In the final chapter of the book, entitled "Influence of the Mind as Regards Beauty," Lady Montefiore's Maimonidean classicism truly comes to the fore:

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