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  • And the earliest known appearance of the phrase Et in Arcadia ego in art is in a sixteenth-century German engraving, entitled The King of the New Sion dethroned after having inaugurated the Golden Age…39

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  • Indeed it is an abbreviation of the Latin word Et Alii.

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  • Fortunately the barbarian learned that the one tavern in Et had a reputation for providing travelers palatable food, good cheap wine, and surprisingly attractive companionship.

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  • For example, after the changes are implemented, the faithful will respond to the priestly invocation of "The Lord be with you" by saying "And with your spirit" which is a more faithful translation of the original in Latin "Et cum spiritu tuo," than the phrase currently in use "and also with you."

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  • We could also mention the Latin title of the Irish entry, but the expression Et cetera has become quite common in many languages.

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  • Something we use here on earth is to assume that if we use radio then so must Et which is asinine.

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  • The chain has overhauled its stores and introduced new ranges, such as Et Vous and Soon in womenswear.

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  • 'Et'h to the confine* of my native land i Where I can hear the itormy ocean roar.

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