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Boot out all these expressions from your language. In the words of Bryan Garner, they are “archaic deadwood.” Garner, Oxford, p. 124.

Instead, try these on for size:

Here are the reports you wanted. I enclose the reports you wanted. Enclosed are the reports you wanted. I’ve enclosed the reports you wanted. I am enclosing the reports you wanted.

See in receipt of.

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  • shellidawn
    enclosed please find our check in the amount of or please find our check for?
    LikeReply7 months ago

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