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Wakf-Mahommedan Court dealing with succession, etc.
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The time it takes us, a rather conservative estimate, is fifty hours to get any eBook selected, entered, proofread, edited, copyright searched and analyzed, the copyright letters written, etc.
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Series I, no. 4.-Corbyn Morris's ESSAY TOWARDS FIXING THE TRUE STANDARDS OF WIT, etc.
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At seven in the evening we went to bed in the second story-with our clothes on, as usual, and all three in the same bed, for every available space on the floors, chairs, etc.
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So Mumford wrote to his correspondent that only a few 'articles' had absolutely perished; that it was not his wish to make any demand at all; but that, if Mr. Cobb insisted on offering restitution, why, a matter of fifty pounds, etc.
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Since that time he wrote a vast number of religious, political, and social tracts, dealing with war, marriage, law-courts, imprisonment, etc.
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The accomplished translator, Mr. Maude, said in his preface, "The fundamental thought expressed in this book leads inevitably to conclusions so new, so unexpected, and so contrary to what is usually maintained in literary and artistic circles," etc.
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The Gospel was to Pashkov himself new, good tidings, and as such he carried it into the distinguished circles which he assembled at his palace on the Neva, and as such he brought it amongst the crowds of cabmen, labourers, laundresses, etc., whom he called from the streets to hear the news.
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The English volume actually has an "Index to Social Questions, Types," etc., giving the pages where the author's views on all such topics are expressed in the book.
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After coming here to live, being in want of a man to lift me in and out of bed, dress me, etc.
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His death was the flood-gate opened, which let in a successive torrent of perplexities, losses, dilemmas, delays, law-suits, etc.
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He harnessed his horse into his wagon; put up a bushel of potatoes, meat, flour, sugar, butter, etc.
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WILL THE LORD DELIVER FROM BAD HABITS OF TOBACCO, RUM, LIQUOR, LICENTIOUSNESS, ETC.
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The question having been asked of him, "Such a way of living must lead the mind continually to think whence food, clothes, etc., are to come, with no benefit for spiritual exercise," he replies: "Our minds are very little tried about the necessaries of life; just because the care respecting them is laid upon our Father, who, because we are his children, not _only allows_ us to do so, _but will have us to do so_.
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I dosed her with various restoratives, such as flax-seed, and slippery elm, etc., but all were of no avail.
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OVER BAD HABITS, TOBACCO, OPIUM, ETC.
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The time it takes us, a rather conservative estimate, is fifty hours to get any etext selected, entered, proofread, edited, copyright searched and analyzed, the copyright letters written, etc.
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I showed my cousin in succession their Majesties, the King and Queen of Westphalia, the King and Queen of Naples, the Queen of Holland, King of Bavaria, their Highnesses the Grand Duchess of Tuscany, Prince and Princess Borghese, the Princess of Baden, the Grand Duke of Wurzburg, etc., besides the numerous dignitaries, princes, marshals, ambassadors, etc., by whom the hall was filled.
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The Emperor was now at Compiegne, where he made a decree containing several clauses of benefits and indulgences on the occasion of his marriage, setting at liberty many condemned, giving Imperial marriage dowries to six thousand soldiers, amnesties, promotions, etc.
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It was the same with the other merchants and furnishers, makers of corsets, the shoemaker, glovemaker, etc.
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Examples of Etc

Example #1
Welee-A holy man or saint.
Example #2
Sheikh-el-beled-Head of a village. Tarboosh-A Turkish turban.
Example #3
Our projected audience is one hundred million readers.
Example #4
We produce about two million dollars for each hour we work.
Example #5
With an Introduction by James L. Clifford.
Example #6
With an Introduction by Clarence D. Thorpe.