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Related to et aliae: et alii
From Latin, the feminine plural form of "and others," used after a female name or list of names to indicate the inclusion of others. Typically used in more formal or scholarly writing, though it is usually shortened to "et al." The authors of the paper—Drs. Cartright, Smith, Robinson, et aliae—are among the top female scientists in the world. This study was carried out by Richards et aliae.
See also: ET
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