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Latin for "et alii," which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al" means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others."
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Documented VZV infection may cause significant morbidity or mortality, affecting the mother, the fetus, or the newborn (Arvin 1996; CDC 1996, 1997, 2005; Harger etal.
He added: "Despite having a special and long relationship with Northumberland County Council, Ford & Etal Estates have been disappointed to receive without forewarning a letter from solicitors acting for the council giving three years notice to terminate the council's lease of Ford Castle.
We are aware of a small protest that took place outside of Etal Lane police station this morning which passed peacefully with no disruption.
ETAL has a 30-years record of unbroken success in the design and development of miniature transformers for the telecommunications industry.
They will also be cycling along with the Wooler Cycle Club this Wednesday from Etal to Warkworth via Alnwick.
Contacts include Ford and Etal Estates which offer Redscar, Upper Tindal House, Lower Tindal House and the Ford Beat.
This year is the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden which saw James IV of Scotland perish in the field and, as part of the commemorations, a historical weekend featuring re-enactments of aspects of the battle is being organised at Etal, near Flodden, today and tomorrow.
But today, after spending just over a week in hospital following the accident on Etal Way, near Newbiggin Hall, Newcastle, Charlie has battled back from the brink and amazed doctors with his recovery.
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 21, 1996--The Circle K Corporation (NYSE:CRK) announced today an adverse jury award in the case Binh Trinh, etal.
By the age of 15, Mr Bertram was regularly helping to look after the estate's gun dogs and took a full-time job as a gamekeeper at Ford and Etal just days after finishing school.
The son of a shepherd on the Ford and Etal Estate near Wooler, Bertram started lending a hand to a gamekeeper on the estate at the age of just 12.
The recreation of the battle scenes will be the first authentic re-enactment that has ever been staged and is part of a two-day living history weekend being held at Etal village.