he'd body forth with his spasm of sonants--and so forth
and so forth : and others or more of the same kind <He collects model cars, trains, planes, and so forth.>
and so on : and so forth <Young cats are called kittens, young dogs are puppies, and so on.>
"One of the things that makes the Texas operation somewhat unique is that not only is it a pyro facility, which uses melting and smelting and so forth, but we also have hydro capability," Jim says.
That has always been the policy of the company so that we don't have these potential hanging liabilities from Superfund sites and so forth."
"It is particularly important in the kind of business that we are in because you are dealing with people's liability, you are dealing with their data and so forth," Jim says.
* Printed programs/audio tapes/video discs from recitals, festivals, auditions, field trips and so forth
* Photographs/video discs of studios, classrooms and so forth
* Evaluation materials (adjudication sheets, lesson videos, parent conference reports and so forth)
* Documentation of the candidate's performances, presentations, workshops, honors, awards and so forth
But if epistemic is overused, the phrase and so forth--which I take to be a sure sign of non-thinking--is abused much more profligately: "It can be studied sociologically and so forth
....a further eruption of strangeness, and so forth
I've forgotten what the triggering question was, but I started with economics and availability - that in this canon matter, one has to start with publishers, distribution of resources, and so forth. My mother was at the house at the time, and an hour and a half later, both my wife and my mother said, "Who were you talking to?" I mean, I had inflected this.
Or what is the social arena for people who want to represent African-American cultural expression, spirit work, and so forth?
or so forth. So you had that porousness, and you also had the theoretical cast of a statement like that.
I mean, you hear names of anthropologists and semioticians and so forth. That seems to me to be the worst effect of professionalization.