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Re: Okay, so which countries still bestow coats-of-arms?
Posted by: Stephen Plowman (ID *****0453) Date: October 18, 2012 at 09:15:38
In Reply to: Re: Okay, so which countries still bestow coats-of-arms? by Patrick Manly of 3960

"Yours aye" means "Yours ever". It is not necessarily a clansman thing. I picked it up as part of "Service Writing" whilst serving in the Royal Navy and my father did so whilst in the Royal Air Force.


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