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A shortening of the Latin phrase et sequentia, meaning "and the following items," used especially in law in reference to additional page numbers or passages within a text. A less common variant of "et seq." (et sequens), meaning "and the following item or items." Examples of this legal precedence can be found in Monroe v. Tilda (p. 232 et seqq.). The policy was repealed in the Cleaner Living Act § 24-33.5-701 et seqq. in 2013.
See also: ET
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