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inter alia
(Latin)


Psychology is concerned, inter alia, with our sensations when we see a piece of matter, as opposed to the matter which we see.
Bertrand Russell  --  The Analysis of Mind
  "among other things"
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  • Psychology is concerned, inter alia, with our sensations when we see a piece of matter, as opposed to the matter which we see.
    Bertrand Russell  --  The Analysis of Mind
  • The prefix is applied to both sexes and belongs by law, /inter alia/, to all present or past maids of honor, to all justices of the High Court during their terms of office, to the Scotch Lords of Session, to the sons and daughters of viscounts and barons, to the younger sons and all daughters of earls, and to the members of the legislative and executive councils of the colonies.
    Henry L. Mencken  --  The American Language
  • "Inter alia," he said.
    D.H. Lawrence  --  Sons and Lovers
  • Inter alia, so to speak.
    Roger Zelazny  --  My Name is Legion
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Associated words [difficulty]:   inter alia , a priori [7] , sine qua non [8] , a fortiori [9]
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