and so forth

  1. continuing in the same way
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  • Liqueurs commonly made this way include triple sec, cassis, Cointreau, Grand Mariner and so forth.
  • And this means that the theories of universally acting psychical repression, of the unconscious, of the endopsychic censor, of the significance of resistance and amnesia, of the employment of highly complicated and phantastic symbolism, of the manifestations of sexuality and so forth have been made use of in a high-handed, uncalled for, unnecessary and unscientific manner to prove the truth of the thesis with which the author set out upon his journey. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  • The water rate is the payment in Britain for water when it is supplied to houses and factories and so forth.
  • They were also hybridized, with brassière tops being added to corsets to form the corselette, or attached to petticoats, and so forth.
  • Each character is given a home instance, personalized to their biography choices, located in their racial capital - Hoelbrak for the norn, the Grove for the sylvari, and so forth.
  • In addition to such verbalized utterances there will be a number of sighs, suspirations, and ritual gestures: rapid and repeated finger tapping, holding of the head in one hand, or two hands, and so forth.
  • The most dull-witted, vulgar complaint about Gay Pride parades follows the form of ‘you don't see straight people running around with nipple clamps’ or ‘my wife doesn't dress up in latex and flaunt herself in the street ’, etc. and so forth.
  • The rules against corking bats, applying foreign substances to the ball, and so forth are cheats that either don’t work, or require a fair amount of skill to execute (a spitter is not an easy pitch to throw). Matthew Yglesias » PEDs
  • This leads the Stoics to a very anthropocentric view of the world, in which grain, olives and vines are for us to consume, sheep for clothing us with their fleeces, oxen for pulling our ploughs and so forth.
  • So current cognitive models of language, memory, perception and so forth are also basically neutral to the question of consciousness.
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