et hoc genus omne
[et hohk ge-noo s ohm-ne; English et hok jee-nuh s om-nee]
and all this (or that) sort of thing.
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Lions and Tigers and Bears, Et Al.Et al. is used to shorten the list of names when a writer refers to a book, article or other published work that has three or more authors. Et al. means “and others.” It’s an abbreviation of the Latin et alii. It’s mainly used by academic writers when they cite other authors’ work in a paper or article. In popular media, et al. may be …
Also et id genus omne [et id ge-noo s ohm-ne; English et id jee-nuh s om-nee] /ɛt ˈɪd ˈgɛ nʊs ˈoʊm nɛ; English ɛt ˈɪd ˈdʒi nəs ˈɒm ni/.
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