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    #1

    so vainly like this.

    Can you say "so vainly like this" when you regret something so much?

    It's a great regret that even though we cherished you as our best customer, our contract with you will be over soon so vainly like this.

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    #2

    Re: so vainly like this.

    No, don't say that. Use We regret that...

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    #3

    Re: so vainly like this.

    What about this?

    It's a regret that our relationship with you will end up in vain with contract termination soon.

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    #4

    Re: so vainly like this.

    Vain means "producing no result; useless."

    Are you sure you want to tell your customer that your relationship with him has been useless?
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