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et al
▪ The exhibition will include works from Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, et al.
et al
  1. 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., and others]

  2. used as an abbreviation of `et alibi' when referring to other occurrences in a text [syn: et al., and elsewhere]

Usage examples of "et al".

We squared off, and at that moment an ex-member of the gang, graduated to the Better Life--boosting cars, robbing pharmacies, mugging homosexuals, et al--made the scene, demanded to know what was happening, and before any of the young punks could say anything, I dove in with, Theyre trying to clutter up a nice Saturday night with a bop.

Some of the companies who have led the way with these products are Ecolution, Hempstead, Marie Mills, Ohio Hempery, Two Star Dog, Headcase, and in Germany, HanfHaus, et al.

The literary-artistic nucleus -- Kerouac, Ginsberg, et al -- was a package deal from New York.

On this occasion, Benita explained her concern by repeating every word Chiddy and Vess had ever said about predators making common cause with McVane, et al.