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et seq.

plural et seqq. et sqq.
1.
and the following.
Origin of et seq.
From the Latin word et sequēns
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  • American collections dealing with early American history, 189 et seq.

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  • Attorneys in Norwich, in Norfolk, and in Suffolk, 141 et seq.

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  • Bannatyne Club, 284 et seq.—Scott's song for festivities of, 285.

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  • Bibliographical Decameron, various quotations from, 93, 294 et seq.

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  • Church architecture of early British Christians, 372 et seq.

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  • Cogswell, Dr, first librarian of the Astorian Library, 174 et seq.

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  • Fountains, religious controversies connected with, 401 et seq.

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  • "Grangerites," peculiar glory of, 82 et seq.—origin of name, ib.

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  • Histrio-Mastix of Prynne, its unfortunate history, 129 et seq.

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  • Superstitions, a book on, replete with errors in language, 153 et seq.

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British Dictionary definitions for et seq.

et seq.

abbreviation
1.
et sequens
2.
Also et seqq. et sequentia
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