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He is coauthor with Ben Bernanke et al. of Inflation Targeting: Lessons from the International Experience .
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Archaic spelling of 'encrease' and 'encreased' retained; three occurrences of 'increase' etc. also retained Pg 52 et al.
One lot of 26 acres was purchased of John Baker et al. in 1762.
Archaic use of 'an' before 'h' retained; for example 'an humble' Pg 50 et al.
Another was noted near Cameron on October 7, 1943 (Lowery, et al.).
Its chiefs (Hoffmann, Poe, et al.) are classed by critics as realists.
also et al, 1883, abbreviation of Latin et alii (masc.), et aliæ (fem.), or et alia (neuter), in any case meaning "and others."