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  • And a charming old expression (sadly, not used anymore): "Et caetera pantoufle" or "Etc. pantoufle" used to end an enumeration.

    Characters

  • Today in 1493, Pope Alexander VI gave most of the New World to Spain via the papal bull Inter caetera.

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  • And a charming old expression sadly, not used anymore: "Et caetera pantoufle" or "Etc. pantoufle" used to end an enumeration.

    Characters

  • You talk to me of the boulevard, of that procession, et caetera, et caetera.

    Les Miserables

  • Ultimum refugium, extremum medicamentum, quod caetera omnia claudit, quaecunque caeteris laxativis pelli non possunt ad hunc pertinent; si non huic, nulli cedunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Saxo Grammaticus, a quo rex Sueno et caetera Danorum regum stemmata.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cereris munus et aquae poculum mortales quaerunt habere, et quorum saties nunquam est, luxus autem, sunt caetera, non epulae.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Laboravit hoc morbo virgo nobilis, cui inter caetera praescripsit medicus, ut laminam plumbeam multis foraminibus pertusam ad dies viginti portaret in dorso; ad exiccandum vero sperma jussit eam quam parcissime cibari, et manducare frequentur coriandrum praeparatum, et semen lactucae, et acetosae, et sic eam a morbo liberavit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Moneo Domine, ut sis prudens ad victum, sine quo caetera remedia frustra adhibentur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • We all know in what an affecting farewell he took leave of the associates of his vie de garcon: the speeches made (in both languages), the presents distributed, the tears and hysterics of some of the guests assembled; the cigar-boxes given over to this friend, the ecrin of diamonds to that, et caetera, et caetera, et caetera.

    The Newcomes

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