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What is another of way saying "and more" in this sentence?

Throughout my life, I have discovered the love for science, mathematics, and literature, all the way to visual arts, badminton, and more.

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And+ some more, a lot more, few more, etc. – VijayaRagavan Nov 4 '13 at 7:04
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I think et cetera can be used here.

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