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et seqq.

or et sqq.,

and those following.
[< Latin et sequentēs, et sequentia]
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Therefore, Faoro (2001) described the Brazilian State as "patrimonial" based on Weber (1980: 580 et seqq.).
CCXXXI et seqq.) and the impossibility of accounting for the marked differences of teaching between Adversus Eunomium IV and V and Basil's assuredly genuine works; the latter on the grounds of particular divergences between Didymus' De Trinitate (if indeed it is by Didymus) and Adversus Eunomium IV and V.