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Which abbreviation means "and the following pages": et al. or et seq.?




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Answer: et seq.

The abbreviation et seq. abbreviates the Latin phrase et sequentia (from the Latin sequi, to follow. In English it means "and the following pages." The abbreviation et al. means "and others." It is used to refer to people.

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