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    Nil return

    In my office, when people say that they have no return in their emails, there are a number of different expressions as follows:

    a) Please register a nil return;
    b) Please note a nil return;
    c) Please have a nil return from me;
    d) I would like to send you a nil return.

    Are all of the above are correct use of the "nil return"? Thanks.

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    Re: Nil return

    Answered here.

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