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et al

adverb as in and others

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To an audience destabilized by seismic changes in the culture, he brings the assurance (and the threat) that Obama et al.

Thank you, Chief Justice Roberts, et al., for opening the floodgates of political campaign donations.

You know, like Nixon tried to shunt responsibility for the break-in on to Liddy, Sturgis, et al.

Hoge joined in, waging a proxy battle against a liberal blogger who accused Walker et al. of being scammers.

Essentially, Panchin et al. have noticed that some rituals spread germs.

John Hale et al., and he wondered why "the others" should be so persistently anonymous.

Brower I expected might last approximately half that time, depending on how soon Ramon et al got busy.

When Valasco et al finish their guessing, I'll guess how near they have guessed correctly.

The five-year period prior to 1957 was the driest in the 70-year history of weather-records in Kansas (Metzler et al., 1958).

Curtis, et al., did not know whether they shot the animal or not, but they paid the "hombre" twelve dollars.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to et al., such as: et alia, et aliae, and et alii.

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