Charles et al didn't just tot up how much members of each racial group spent.
Krauthammer et al are correct in believing that international relations is an unsentimental business.
Alas, on this point Vardi et al have been reticent, not just "so far," but in the way they've crafted their mandate.
Vietnam, Dutch New Guinea, Baghdad, Zimbabwe, et al, had their moments.
How does Ready for Hillary respond to the allegation from Backer et al?
I am thankful for Adderall, Ritalin, Focalin et al, because a medicated child is a happy child.
The same year, 1991, saw Billy Crystal et al as depressed urbanites turned free-living cattle drivers in City Slickers.
Brower I expected might last approximately half that time, depending on how soon Ramon et al got busy.
The next year he issued at Portland, Oregon, Joaquin et al, a book of one hundred and twenty-four pages.
When Valasco et al finish their guessing, I'll guess how near they have guessed correctly.
also et al, 1883, abbreviation of Latin et alii (masc.), et aliæ (fem.), or et alia (neuter), in any case meaning "and others."