How To Use Etcetera In A Sentence

  • There were neither lifeboats nor mortar-apparatus in those days, but there were the same willing hearts and stout arms then as now, and in a marvellously short space of time, hundreds of the able-bodied men of the town, gentle and semple, were assembled on these wild cliffs, with torches, rope, etcetera; in short, with all the appliances for saving life that the philanthropy of the times had invented or discovered. The Lighthouse
  • No, we're paving over the prime farmland as Americans flee out into exurbia, trying to flee the overcrowded housing stock in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, etcetera.
  • I've always said "etcetera", but at a recent conference I heard "et see
  • There's ample power in the Treasury Department and the Energy Department, etcetera to get these things done," he insisted, "and I don't think there should be a commissar, which is really what this is. Common Folk Using Common Sense
  • I agree that there exists a way to avoid window breakage, but a huge fence, etcetera, is quite expensive. Blaster Master fire storm
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  • Every god gave different main abilities; Edea gave mastery of the white fire, Death gave mastery of necromancy, Pyro gave mastery of fire, etcetera.
  • his report was full of etceteras
  • And yet, while there are some common themes within the "random" mix that have been witnessed many times over the past 150+ years such as discoid objects, spheres [both metallic and illumined], and more recently large black triangles [plus "humanoid" varieties of entities], etcetera, can we suppose these more common "display patterns" to be the "signal within the noise"? Posthuman Blues
  • Apart from the already existing possibilities for collaboration and document management, integrating with, work is continuing for easier integration with much more software, will the suite be modularised, are tool for web-document integration on their way, is the function for Extensions enhanced. etcetera. Conference 2008 – everything is different
  • This insecurity of resorting to “brand names” like Kennedy’s, Clinton’s, Bush’s etcetera is SAD! Presidents Past, Present and Future - The Caucus Blog -
  • Have been slammed/crazed/etcetera, even more so than usual lately, but the horizon approacheth. Excuses, Excuses
  • Yes, if you are flying privately you can take along what you want, including make-up and gels, toothpaste and all the other etceteras that are now banned on commercial flights in North America.
  • I also use 'etcetera', although that's not what 'etc' means.
  • ‘All right, all you have to do is put all your dishes, cups, utensils, and other etceteras inside the washer,’ he explained.
  • She said there would always be people who found fault and "will say that Nkosi Sikelel 'i Afrika should be in Polish, etcetera". ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The workout: walk at various paces with mirrors to the front and sides to check technique; posture, arm carriage, foot action, etcetera.
  • It is late February, when we have our next board meeting so that will be a topic of discussion as well, and when we look at all of the numbers, liquidity, etcetera, that is when that decision will be made as to what we are doing with that dividend. Home Page
  • “They say here is a similar bungalow or ranch, but they don’t adjust for age, square footage, etcetera, which is everything that a certified appraiser must do,” he says. Using the Rout in Housing to Lower Taxes
  • Ships in the night, holiday romance etcetera, he would have sensibly suggested,[Sentence dictionary] and of course he would have been right.
  • During the festival, South African cuisine, such as boerewors, ostrich, crocodile steaks, snoek, etcetera, will be served, whilst guests will be entertained by the South African song and dance group ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Well, one-third of the space in the middle is to be the hall -- our drawing-room, dining-room, library, snuggery, smokery, public-room, etcetera, all in one. The Big Otter
  • On one of those many delightful shelves is pads of paper, wedged in there with a paint-jar, paintbrushes, boxes of pencils, pens, crayons, etcetera.
  • It may be mentioned that they are subdivided into a number of genera, as the sloths, etcetera; and here, again, without any very sufficient reason, since they all possess the scaly armour -- from which the name armadillo is derived -- and their habits are nearly identical. Quadrupeds, What They Are and Where Found A Book of Zoology for Boys
  • What might our media look like, what might our social fabric look like and how might it react, abreact or respond to various stimuli, etcetera? Wingnut Murder Spree or Are WE Part of the Problem?
  • A vestigial structure is any organ, bone, etcetera, that is shown to have no function whatsoever, is not necessary for the creature's survival, or is useless to serve the purpose that a homologous structure in another creature would serve. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • Laryngeal symptoms (hoarseness, croupiness, etcetera) may be due to digital or instrumental efforts at the removal of a foreign body that never was present. Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery
  • The whole world watched the travesty that passed for election with deaths, maiming, etcetera from the hands of government forces when the masses took to the streets to protest. Senators call for regime change in Iran, but differ on how
  • Some people say it is completely reactionary because it is in rhyme and meter and that it's got this antiquated stanzaic form etcetera.
  • -- The wounding of the child's mouth, gums, and lips, in the often inefficacious methods with gags, hemostats, raspatories, etcetera, are entirely unnecessary. Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery
  • sloken a body on hot days"; their contempt for tomatoes, so fine to look at with their sunny colors and so disappointing in taste; the miserable cucumbers the "Yankee bodies" ate, though tasteless as rushes; the character of the Yankees, etcetera. The Story of My Boyhood and Youth
  • Although with 16MB of RAM and a rather cute 190MHz CPU it would be able to handle the basics; solitaire, word processing etceteras, ultimately it is remarkable for its size.
  • And they go through these arguments, and they find venture money to fund the company, and they get very famous people to endorse them, etcetera.
  • Round two, now we're in what we call stability and support operations where we're dealing with, as you pointed out earlier, just these people running around without uniforms on, etcetera. CNN Transcript May 16, 2004
  • Then you'd realize that "bougainvillea" is ... etcetera etcetera etcetera... Archive 2007-04-01
  • Especially in light of the Defense Secretary's blueprints for an escalated infowar of propoganda-making, media-hijack and story planting, etcetera, I think you are right.
  • You don't have to say anything etcetera, etcetera...' The accused looked at Clements. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW

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