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    Duly noted on commission

    Can I use that phrase as a reply to a business letter to mean that I understand what you are saying regarding your position on the commission?

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    Re: Duly noted on commission

    (Not a Teacher)

    Your (thoughts/ opinion/ position/ input) on the commission (have/ has) been duly noted.

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    Re: Duly noted on commission

    Thanks for your suggestion.

    So the phrase I came up with would be completely unusable and not make sense at all?

    (I have been writing an email reply and trying to make it shorter and sweeter.)

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    Re: Duly noted on commission

    Duly noted about the commission.

    Keeping it short and simple (KISS) is a good principle to adhere to when you are writing a rapid, informal email or memo. However, "duly noted on commission" is a bit too short and simple and could cause confusion.

    John

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