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and others

adv. used as an abbreviation of `et alii' (masculine plural) or `et aliae' (feminine plural) or `et alia' (neutral plural) when referring to a number of people [syn: et al., et al]

Usage examples of "and others".

A few days after his victory, Nixon called in CIA Director Richard Helms, Kissinger and others for a meeting on Chile.

On the other hand, this capacity may be seen as politically unusable and allies and others within the United States may not be fully trusting of the possessor always to employ this force responsibly.

I trust you to conduct yourselves, always, with the utmost regard for your own and others' safety.

To the left of the block, where the President is standing with the bloody axe in his hand, are shown the members of the Cabinet--Secretary of State Seward, Secretary of War Stanton, Secretary of the Navy Welles, and others--each awaiting his turn.

He stopped there while the porter and others were going upstairs, waited till they were out of hearing, and then went calmly downstairs at the very minute when Dmitri and Nikolay ran out into the street and there was no one in the entry.

I had no vessels to hold any thing that was liquid, except two runlets, which were almost full of rum, and some glass bottles, some of the common size, and others, which were case-bottles, square, for the holding of water, spirits, etc.

A few senators and others of his own party still listened to him, but they could not save him from the committees.

Yarranton found out a vast quantity of Roman cinders, near the walls of the city of Worcester, from whence he and others carried away many thousand tons or loads up the river Severn, unto their iron-furnaces, to be melted down into iron, with a mixture of the Forest of Dean iron-stone.

Some jerked back involuntarily, and others laughingly swatted at them with their hands.

It has been suggested that this may be the result of being upstaged by Conrad, Maugham and others whose more extensive and perhaps more profound explorations of similar exotic territory have become better known.

But there have been investigations by human rights groups, journalists and others.

There were shelves full of theological and classical books, and another bookcase containing treatises on magic - Paracelsus, Albertus Magnus, Trithemius, Hermes Trismegistus, Borellus, and others in a strange alphabet whose titles I could not decipher.