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His family connections helped ensure his position among the elite.
The Scottish Labour Party will appoint a committee from among its own members.
Robert was the only one among them who had ever ridden a horse.
Most important among the country's problems is the lack of health facilities.
The suicide rate among young male prisoners is high.
We want to encourage greater cooperation among the different departments.
News of the invasion spread panic among the citizens.
The general opinion among teachers is that small class sizes are important.
The money has to be shared out among several projects.
Robin's house was hidden among the trees.
Imran was standing among a crowd of admirers.
It was pleasant strolling among the olive trees.
I found Michelle rummaging among the papers in my drawer.
I was never happier than when I was among these familiar faces.
Oh come on, Arthur, you can speak freely – you're among friends.
They discussed, among other things, the future of the oil industry.
Among other things, Larsen was accused of attempting to bribe court officials.
Conservatives were arguing among themselves about minor policy issues.
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the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology
the bone in the top part of your leg, above your knee. A less technical name for this is the...
any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat
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Definition of among from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.