The explorers encountered many dangers in their excursions, also in falling into crevasses, etcetera.
His home most likely was not what she had been used to but, etcetera, etcetera.
Even in my time I have seen many changes of this sort, not only in medicine, but in diet, etcetera.
He wanted to hear a French sermon; he wanted to be quiet, away from the world, etcetera.
He enters the schoolroom; the chemical elements are seething in riot, books are being torn and thrown, ink spilt, etcetera.
The pulleys by which sails, etcetera, are hoisted, are named blocks.
The poorer artisans connected with the wool trade—wool-beaters, carders, washers, etcetera.
There are clipper sloops, clipper yachts, clipper ships, etcetera.
Here is a cooking-range with an oven, a bookcase, tables, etcetera.
There he had been questioned closely as to where he came from, etcetera.