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What is the meaning of Et El?

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Asked by gurpreet, 26 Dec '12 06:00 pm
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others".
Answered by Rocking Raaj, 26 Dec '12 06:11 pm

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others".
Answered by Duhkha Dugal, 12 Sep '13 05:19 pm

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others".
Answered by Priyamkara Guha, 12 Sep '13 05:17 pm

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others".
Answered by Ishvara Gowda, 12 Sep '13 05:09 pm

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others".
Answered by Jambha Cheema, 12 Sep '13 05:04 pm

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others".
Answered by Yamal Kannan, 12 Sep '13 05:00 pm

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others
Answered by Sanjiv Agate, 12 Sep '13 11:52 am

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others
Answered by Dasras Misra, 12 Sep '13 11:50 am

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others
Answered by Balahadra Bhattacharya, 12 Sep '13 11:47 am

 
  
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It is short for the Latin et alii ('and others'), which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al." means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others" or "Carruthers et al."- "Carruthers and others
Answered by Samantaka Matthai, 12 Sep '13 11:45 am

 
  
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