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“Also they get the anti English vote in London inter alia from the Irish, the Muslims and a rainbow coalition of malcontents including the pinks.”
“Yesterday's term was inter alia, which is defined as:”
“We had just finished a pint bottle of cherry brandy when I felt a gentle touch upon my shoulder, and our look-out man whispered in my ear the magic word 'alia' (elephant), at the same time pointing in the direction of the tank.”
“To heal Thefl'alia's ruins, Pompey fled To us for fuccour, and by us lies dead*”
“On its face, its certainly a sound suggestion, but unfortunately the UM administration (including, inter alia, the Associate Dean) has been historically unresponsive to students 'concerns.”
“Actelion notified Asahi, on behalf of CoTherix, that it intended to halt Fasudil “for — inter alia — business and commercial reasons, including other pipeline considerations.””
“I don't know how NSVF finances work, but maybe Apple, McGraw-Hill, et alia should be making large donations to that organization?”
“Within a few years, he too moved north, inter alia to Dresden, Munich, Vienna and Warsaw.”
“It's an illo for a story called "Hanuman's Bridge" by Euan Harvey, which is about, inter alia, the Indian monkey god Hanuman, who built a bridge from the mainland to Ceylon.”
“The IPO happened on the eve of Tuesday's midterm election in the U.S. in which public resentment over financial bailouts, inter alia, played a big role.”
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