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Adrian Morgan wrote:
> I haven't, however, figured out what the words should be.

Hmm ... perhaps the "use the familiar form" could be simply the normal
"good bye" with "friend" added?  Or perhaps some formula meaning (or a
word derived from a contraction of a phrase meaning) something like "I
have come to know you" or "Let's be as friends"?

All in all, an interesting idea.  :-)  Altho, I'd prefer to have the use
of formal or informal to be decided by the speaker when he/she feels
comfortable enough with the other person.  :-)

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