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et hoc genus omne
From Latin, meaning "and all this/that sort of thing," used to allude to or include other similar things without naming them directly. The government has promised to crack down on the top companies in the world—Bike Roh Soft, Floogle, Slamazon, et hoc genus omne—for their failure to pay their appropriate share of taxes. The plot is a tired treatise on the burdens facing the affluent elite—lack of purpose, estranged relationships, et hoc genus omne.
et id genus omne
From Latin, meaning "and all of that kind," used to allude to or include other similar people or things without naming them directly. The class focuses on the usual suspects of modernist poets—Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, et id genus omne. The plot, such as it is, acts as a treatise on such tired burdens facing the affluent elite as lack of purpose in life, estranged relationships, et id genus omne.
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