One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used when listing a group or team to refer to a person who is not named or whose selection has not been confirmed.
- ‘She then mockingly impersonates A. N. Other fashion commentator as if talking about Peaches’
- ‘Last weeks results were 1st A. N. Other, 2nd Teresa McGrath & Mary Colohan, 3rd Carmel O Shea & Sadie Mulhern, 4th Eileen Grogan & Ray Nally.’
- ‘The shrewish A. N. Other seems to have a feud going with one Bevis Hilton, who also writes there.’
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