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    Default using "op" in closing area?

    I enjoyed the business letter page. http://www.usingenglish.com/resource...r-writing.html

    One of my coworkers signs letters with "op" in the area where I'd expect something like "pp" (which I had not heard of until this page. thanks!).

    So I wondered if that's a valid but uncommon abbreviation for something meaningful. It is definitely not her initials.

    Thanks!

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: using "op" in closing area?

    I have never met it - perhaps they misread a poorly handwritten "pp" in the first place and have never asked what it means.

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