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Autor:  Josi
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Data:  14/NOV/2019 10:54 AM
Assunto:  Et al.
Et al. é uma expressão que vem do latim e é usada igualmente em português e inglês.

Veja o que diz o Merriam-Webster:
et al. abbreviation

Definition of et al.
and others

What is the correct use of et al.?
There is a good deal of confusion surrounding et al., as is commonly the case with abbreviated Latin words (such as ibid., etc., and i.e.).

Et al. comes from the Latin phrase meaning “and others.” It is usually styled with a period, but you will occasionally see et al as well.

Et al. typically stands in for two or more names, especially in bibliographical information. It's preceded by a comma only when more than one name is listed (as in cases in which two or more texts are authored by the same person or by people with the same surname)

SOURCE: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/et%20al.

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Et al.  –  Duda  13/NOV/2019, 4:15 PM
 Et al.  –  Josi  14/NOV/2019, 10:54 AM
Et al.  –  PPAULO  18/NOV/2019, 12:20 PM

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