between vs among

between among

Definitions

  • 1) Poetic & R. Intermediate time or space; interval.
  • 2) Poetic & R. Intermediate time or space; interval.
  • 3) One of a grade of needles between sharps and blunts.
  • 4) In an intermediate space, position, or time; in the interim.
  • 5) in between
  • 6) in the interval
  • 7) In regard to the respective natures or qualities of: as, to distinguish between right and wrong.
  • 8) In intermediate relation to, as regards time, quantity, or degree: as, it occurred between his incoming and outgoing; a baronet is between a knight and a baron; they cost between $5 and $6 each; between 12 and 1 o'clock.
  • 9) In the joint interest or possession of: as, they own the property between them.
  • 10) In the space which separates (two points, places, objects, or lines); at any point of the distance from one to the other of: as, between the eyes; between Washington and Philadelphia; the prisoner was placed between two policemen.
  • 11) In regard to one or the other of: as, to choose between two things.
  • 12) From one to another of, as in the exchange of actions or intercourse.
  • 13) In the mutual relations of: as, discord exists between the two families.
  • 14) In the intermediate space; in intermediate relation as regards time, etc.: with an object understood.
  • 15) By the action, power, or effort of one or both of.
  • 16) Done together or reciprocally.
  • 17) Shared in confidence.
  • 18) One of (representing a choice).
  • 19) Combined (by effort or ownership).
  • 20) In transit from (one to the other, or connecting places).
  • 21) In the position or interval that separates (two things), or intermediate in quantity or degree. (See the Usage notes below.)
  • 22) As measured against. Often used to express a reciprocal relationship.
  • 23) In the combined ownership of.
  • 24) Usage Problem Associating or uniting in a reciprocal action or relationship.
  • 25) In confidence restricted to.
  • 26) Intermediate to, as in quantity, amount, or degree.
  • 27) Usage Problem Associating or uniting in a reciprocal action or relationship.
  • 28) By the combined effort or effect of.
  • 29) In or through the position or interval separating.
  • 30) Connecting spatially.
  • 31) Belonging to, or participated in by, two, and involving reciprocal action or affecting their mutual relation.
  • 32) the space, or in the space, between the decks of a vessel.
  • 33) In the space which separates; betwixt.
  • 34) In intermediate relation to, in respect to time, quantity, or degree.
  • 35) Used in expressing motion from one body or place to another; from one to another of two.
  • 36) With relation to two, as involved in an act or attribute of which another is the agent or subject.
  • 37) Belonging in common to two; shared by both.
  • 38) in confidence; with the understanding that the matter is not to be communicated to others.
  • 39) (in between) In an intermediate situation.
  • 40) (in between) In an intermediate situation.
  • 41) (in between times) During an intervening period; in the meantime.
  • 42) (in between times) During an intervening period; in the meantime.

Definitions

  • 1) At intervals; here and there.
  • 2) Together (with something).
  • 3) Between whiles; at intervals; from time to time; now and then.
  • 4) To each of; by or for distribution to: as, he gave five dollars to be divided among them.
  • 5) In or into the midst of; in association or connection with: as, he fell among thieves; one among this people.
  • 6) In the number of; of or out of.
  • 7) By the joint action or consent of; with the common aid or knowledge of: as, settle it among yourselves; the mischief was done among you.
  • 8) During the time; meanwhile.
  • 9) In (the circumstances of; during the time or term of; in the course of.
  • 10) Denotes a mingling or intermixing with distinct or separable objects. (See Usage Note at amidst)
  • 11) Denotes a sharing of a common feature in a group.
  • 12) Denotes a belonging of a person or a thing to a group.
  • 13) By many or the entire number of; with many.
  • 14) By the joint action of.
  • 15) In the group, number, or class of.
  • 16) With portions to each of.
  • 17) With or against one another.
  • 18) In the midst of; surrounded by.
  • 19) In the company of; in association with.
  • 20) Conjoined, or associated with, or making part of the number of; in the number or class of.
  • 21) Mixed or mingled; surrounded by.
  • 22) Expressing a relation of dispersion, distribution, etc.; also, a relation of reciprocal action.

Examples

  • 1) We work together across many areas of mutual interest and we have that special relationship between us.
  • 2) The choice is between spoilt parks or modified views from parks.
  • 3) The second is to consider relations between the press and the police.
  • 4) There is not much to choose between the top six in terms of quality of squads.
  • 5) Time after time we found random price differences between an initial call and a second.
  • 6) Where was the running battles that would take place between these bitter rivals?
  • 7) The relationship between humans and robots is a tricky thing.
  • 8) Love sets up a tantalising choice between two people who are complete opposites.
  • 9) It will be a good combination between us.
  • 10) But this relationship between the supreme court and the disciplined attorney is not an employment relationship.
  • 11) Remember that it is not just a straightforward choice between hospital and home birth.
  • 12) Those countries with the smallest gap between rich and poor have the best health.
  • 13) What makes you think there is any relation between painting and common intelligence?
  • 14) Action taken in tandem between the two countries killed off both.
  • 15) You handle relationships very well and see the difference between gossip and facts.
  • 16) It was a choice between being open to new funding or just plodding on.
  • 17) The salary gap between men and women has recently increased.
  • 18) So the difference between us was massive.
  • 19) But more importantly a choice between two directions for our country.
  • 20) It is difficult to see how seemingly insurmountable gaps between the sides would be bridged.
  • 21) Close relationship between land usage and climatic features and the location and design of buildings and their uses.
  • 22) You can choose between sprinting, a rowing machine or cycling.
  • 23) We've become hung up on the chasm between indie and mainstream sensibilities.
  • 24) It's all about getting that combination right between the tomatoes and spices.
  • 25) Persons and positions are easily confused, but equality is intrinsic only to relations between the former.
  • 26) She takes on between three and 12 jobs a month.
  • 27) The relationship between mainstream education, higher education and the world of work is at a crossroads.
  • 28) He has a good combination between quality, agility and big size.
  • 29) In chapter 6 we examine relations between mothers and young adolescents and uncover a mixture of daily closeness and conflict.
  • 30) There is lots of action in your romance chart, you may also have to choose between old and new love.
  • 31) It's just that there are a lot of us for whom the two are related in various ways, and a lot of those very people have been hugely influental in shaping *both* the slash community and the queer fannish community, so that there's a constant flow of ideas and dialogue between the two that can even obscure the fact that it's a conversation *between* rather than a conversation *among* or *within.
  • 32) Even the shiate themselves they have now war between major factions with regard who really represents the Shiate..between Al Hakeen and Al-Sader…If we begin to underdstand this we are closer to find a solution..but if just think it is just a religious war..we might not be able to solve the problem in Iraq….the closer we find a formula of power sharing..the faster the problems we have in Iraq will be solved…
  • 33) It was all a trick to keep us running around in circles between Marmion and Wapaug, while Grady and his gang held up the train _between Marmion and Grove Junction!
  • 34) Ulbricht responded by proposing a meeting between Kiesinger and Stoph and the negotiation of a treaty “between the two German states.
  • 35) It will also be observed that the _element of chance will not be of importance as between the different parties, _ but only as _between different individual candidates of the same party_, since in almost all cases the electors who are agreed upon the candidate they most desire will also put for their second choice candidates of the same party.
  • 36) Each has its form, and the difference between them is the difference between_ deus ex machina _and_ deus machina est.
  • 37) Southern slaveholder, did listen to a _compromise between right and wrong_ -- _between freedom and slavery_; of the ultimate fruits of which they had no conception, but which already even now is urging the
  • 38) Such a contrast as that of go 'between (“one who goes between”) and to go between' may be of quite secondary origin in English, but there is every reason to believe that analogous distinctions have prevailed at all times in linguistic history.
  • 39) ‘Furthermore, higher speeds mean that the spaces between trains need to be greater for braking.’
  • 40) ‘He said a villa in its real sense must be an independent house with much space between it and its neighbour.’
  • 41) ‘When stopped in traffic, leave sufficient space between your car and the vehicle in front’
  • 42) ‘The dining room is filled with big and small tables and only an elbow of space is left between the tables.’
  • 43) ‘He started dumping the sand in the jar and it went into all the spaces left between the rocks and the gravel.’
  • 44) ‘In fact, there is no space between the platforms for the buses to align as they are expected to.’
  • 45) ‘Drop your jaw at the back, so that there is space between your back molars.’
  • 46) ‘I read of reports where people were slipping it beneath the slot, in the space between the slot and the box.’
  • 47) ‘Shakily I follow the same course, yanking myself into the space between two broad slabs.’
  • 48) ‘I slept in a cramped space, hidden between boxes of goods, alongside other people.’
  • 49) ‘Annual beds should be filled out by this time with little if any space between plants.’
  • 50) ‘The houses were built close to each other with hardly any space between them.’
  • 51) ‘One of the key sites up for consideration is the space between the Town Hall and Laurence House.’
  • 52) ‘The proposal to use this space between the flats and the traffic would cause nothing but trouble.’
  • 53) ‘Make sure that you only put in a single layer at a time and leave plenty of space between them.’
  • 54) ‘They used a parking space between the cottage and the river and began to unpack.’
  • 55) ‘This works best if there is a space between your car and the next car down in the car park.’
  • 56) ‘It sits at street level between the two living spaces in the basement and on the first floor.’
  • 57) ‘Even then the director rode the bike between camera locations so I didn't tire!’
  • 58) ‘Police yesterday released a map showing the route the stolen car may have travelled between the two locations.’
  • 59) ‘Avoid sugary drinks and snacks between meals and especially at bedtime.’
  • 60) ‘It appears that eating three main meals a day and two to three snacks in between the main meals is the way to go.’
  • 61) ‘Instead of sweets or biscuits, give cheese or fruits as snacks between meals.’
  • 62) ‘Try to ensure that most of the time the snacks and drinks between meals are healthy.’
  • 63) ‘Bear hunting is permitted in Russia for a period in spring and between August and October.’
  • 64) ‘Rose-pruning is also best done at this time of year, although it can be done any time between autumn and spring.’
  • 65) ‘We generally allow a slack period between completing the purchase and actually moving in.’
  • 66) ‘The period between the first and the second world wars was extremely tumultuous.’
  • 67) ‘The vessel was built and fitted out over a period of seven months between February and August.’
  • 68) ‘Do the same for the night-time hours by dividing the period between sunset and sunrise by 12.’
  • 69) ‘They are designed to ensure that the aircrew obtain adequate sleep between duty periods.’
  • 70) ‘It feels like we're on the very edge between summer and autumn even though the calendar says it's too early.’
  • 71) ‘Expanding or improving your home is a good possibility between now and next autumn.’
  • 72) ‘Since the middle of the night between Wednesday and Thursday I've been totally deaf in my left ear.’
  • 73) ‘There was not even a breathing space between the songs, as one flowed after the other.’
  • 74) ‘Germans never applaud between the movements of a sonata, or before the end of an act at the opera.’
  • 75) ‘Play will start at the allocated time each day, with a 15 minute interval between matches.’
  • 76) ‘The child was being taught his letters in the intervals between customers.’
  • 77) ‘The subject was asked to perform this test three times at an interval of five minutes between each.’
  • 78) ‘The interval between trying for a pregnancy and conception ranged from four to 24 months.’
  • 79) ‘The council plans to care for eight children, aged between ten and 16, at the proposed new home.’
  • 80) ‘She takes her three sons, aged between one and four, to school and pre-school.’
  • 81) ‘The children who attend the forty-two camps around America are aged between two and fourteen.’
  • 82) ‘The children, aged between four and seven, used recycled materials to make a Christmas scene.’
  • 83) ‘If you are aged between 11 and 18 and go to school in Sutton, you can stand for election.’
  • 84) ‘The girl was able to tell detectives the car driver was white and aged between 30 and 40.’
  • 85) ‘The victims were aged between eight and nine, and one of them was very seriously injured.’
  • 86) ‘Since then around 4,000 people have joined him on walks across the region of between one and four miles.’
  • 87) ‘The vast majority of people who visited the region did so for between one to three days.’
  • 88) ‘The company leases equipment for a period of between three and five years to milk farms in return for raw milk.’
  • 89) ‘It has an incubation period of between two and 10 days and initial symptoms are similar to flu.’
  • 90) ‘Typically, you will be looking at a period of between five and ten years.’
  • 91) ‘They breed all year round, after a gestation period of between five to six months.’
  • 92) ‘I've done it a few times, for periods varying between a week and several months.’
  • 93) ‘Thirty two were imprisoned for periods of between seven days and two months.’
  • 94) ‘The local experience indicated that the incubation period is between two and 11 days.’
  • 95) ‘The scheme is scheduled to last between three and six nights, depending on weather conditions.’
  • 96) ‘Its two universities are now creating between six and 10 company start-ups a year.’
  • 97) ‘One way to access higher interest rates is to tie up money in a fixed-rate account for between one and five years.’
  • 98) ‘It also reveals the relationship between exploration, science and technology.’
  • 99) ‘It examines relationships between six men whose lives are linked by poker.’
  • 100) ‘Negotiations will then start between the parties to see if they can work together.’
  • 101) ‘The organization has played a very useful role in establishing links between these parties.’
  • 102) ‘In this case there were no negotiations or discussions between the parties directly.’
  • 103) ‘It took five months of negotiations between the two parties to finalize the agreement.’
  • 104) ‘They also noted excellent relationships between staff, pupils and parents.’
  • 105) ‘Mr Sunderland spoke particularly of the relationship between employer and employees in the old days.’
  • 106) ‘The relationship between art and politics has always been a vexed one.’
  • 107) ‘Encouraging business between the region and the UK has been part of the prime minister's trip.’
  • 108) ‘There was a deal done between the trade union movement and the labour government back in 1988.’
  • 109) ‘The bond between the trade union movement and the Labour Party is a century old and was forged at the latter's birth.’
  • 110) ‘Secret talks have been held between the two rival sides.’
  • 111) ‘The new deal was thrashed out during another lengthy meeting between the two sides in the city yesterday.’
  • 112) ‘The film focuses on a turbulent period in the collaboration between the two songwriters.’
  • 113) ‘There was for a period a constant dialogue between journals, groups, and individual creators.’
  • 114) ‘The plans will just fragment healthcare and create further distance between patient and doctor.’
  • 115) ‘He will be going into schools and creating partnerships between the schools and the club.’
  • 116) ‘You will simply hand them a greater opportunity to create a bond between them.’
  • 117) ‘I see the massive bond that's created between people who are on a mission together.’
  • 118) ‘It was responsible for the mid-air collision last month between a cargo plane and a Russian airliner.’
  • 119) ‘Four other people were injured in the collision between a Vauxhall Cavalier and Ford Fiesta.’
  • 120) ‘One theory is that the moon was formed from debris left after a collision between the earth and another planet.’
  • 121) ‘A bank official in Dublin, he died in a collision between a car and a jeep not far from his home.’
  • 122) ‘Videogames imply conflict, either between players, or a single player battling a computer.’
  • 123) ‘The judge said he hoped steps had been taken to avoid such a conflict between the two authorities arising in the future.’
  • 124) ‘The inability to communicate is one of the sources of conflict between the characters.’
  • 125) ‘Armed conflict between clans, often over access to water, breaks out sporadically.’
  • 126) ‘This includes a plan to introduce a mediation programme to deal with conflicts between staff.’
  • 127) ‘Adults are also discouraged from intervening in conflicts that arise between the children.’
  • 128) ‘But the truce has been severely strained by nightly fighting between the two sides.’
  • 129) ‘He is a good man and I do not blame him, but for a period there were problems between us.’
  • 130) ‘Things nearly got out of hand in the minute leading up to the interval with angry exchanges between groups of players.’
  • 131) ‘The presenter tried to artificially create an argument between the two.’
  • 132) ‘This weakens the unity of the university and creates tension between departments.’
  • 133) ‘As Peter becomes more immersed in his dilemma, it creates a rift between him and the important people in his life.’
  • 134) ‘Now what I want to do is to avoid creating problems between the two countries.’
  • 135) ‘He considered such policies would create division between the two communities.’
  • 136) ‘The disagreements between scientists created apprehension among the public.’
  • 137) ‘To have created this rift between himself and his beloved daughter was almost more than he could bear.’
  • 138) ‘The contrast between what you hope for and what you experience seems disappointing!’
  • 139) ‘Contrasts in lifestyle between rural and urban life were still enormous.’
  • 140) ‘How do you explain the contrast between your watercolours and these aggressive poster designs?’
  • 141) ‘Some things sadden me, particularly the poverty and the great contrast between the rich and the poor.’
  • 142) ‘For example, is it the impact of long hours, or is it the contrast between expectations and reality?’
  • 143) ‘In Indonesia, you are very concerned about disparity between rich and poor regions.’
  • 144) ‘How is the enormous gap between the exit poll numbers and the actual vote totals to be explained?’
  • 145) ‘On the technological side the gap between African states and Western armies is even greater.’
  • 146) ‘During this period the gap between most forms of high culture and popular culture remained wide.’
  • 147) ‘It pays to examine the facts, and along the way try to separate the crucial difference between cause and effect.’
  • 148) ‘How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world?’
  • 149) ‘Call it the difference between discreet concealed lighting and a flashing red neon sign.’
  • 150) ‘This most basic of resources is facing a classic collision between supply and demand.’
  • 151) ‘The imbalance in police resources between York and rural North Yorkshire has at last begun to be addressed.’
  • 152) ‘This creates a gap between where the customer is today and where he or she would like to be.’
  • 153) ‘Inconsistencies between the account given by the appellant and that given by Sharpe are also relied on.’
  • 154) ‘The consequence for health has been to create a wide gap between the seriously rich and the extremely poor.’
  • 155) ‘In his statement Mr Cook offered no explanation for the discrepancy between the accounts.’
  • 156) ‘They saw a distinction between later accounts of events, and eyewitness evidence.’
  • 157) ‘Having said that there is still an enormous gap between the share price and the net asset value.’
  • 158) ‘Given a choice between two ways to make money, everyone chooses the way that makes us feel good.’
  • 159) ‘She is given a choice between her job and her boyfriend and she chooses her job without a second's hesitation.’
  • 160) ‘Users will now be given the possibility of a choice between different suppliers at an earlier time.’
  • 161) ‘Girls have a choice between the traditional Guides or joining the Scouts.’
  • 162) ‘Many now face a stark choice between closure and raising fees to a level which may be beyond low-paid parents.’
  • 163) ‘If it comes to making a choice between paying off your credit card bill or paying your mortgage, pay the mortgage.’
  • 164) ‘You have to make a differentiation between what is sensational hype and what isn't.’
  • 165) ‘The whole idea of elections is that there should be a choice between a number of candidates.’
  • 166) ‘If there is a choice between a new apartment and a more classic type of home, the latter will win out every time.’
  • 167) ‘The second course was a choice between a sorbet or soup of the day, which turned out to be pumpkin with stilton.’
  • 168) ‘This will give consumers a choice between buying brand new cartridges or reusing old ones.’
  • 169) ‘It was a tough decision for the organizers of this meet to choose between these two great locations.’
  • 170) ‘A distinction needs to be made between opinion polls and the unique category of exit polls.’
  • 171) ‘Just one extra qualification or skill could make all the difference between getting an interview or not.’
  • 172) ‘It is my contention that the difference between a monarchy and a republic would be symbolic only.’
  • 173) ‘My children have grown up seeing no difference between gay and straight people.’
  • 174) ‘One of the biggest differences between men and women is their respective needs.’
  • 175) ‘I've just realised I'm creating a distinction between mental and physical freedom here.’
  • 176) ‘By turning inward the church has helped to create a greater distinction between secular and sacred.’
  • 177) ‘In this account we distinguish between chemical and physical soil attributes.’
  • 178) ‘Neither side deserved a victory and they barely created a worthwhile chance between them.’
  • 179) ‘between them they had the technical knowledge required to see this client through the changes quickly and effectively.’
  • 180) ‘between them they have over 45 years of combined experience to offer their customers.’
  • 181) ‘We had 34 dollars between us.’
  • 182) ‘We were lucky that between us we had a huge wealth of Internet knowledge to call on for assistance, which turned out to be invaluable.’
  • 183) ‘There are also plans to allow network sharing between licence holders.’
  • 184) ‘The landlord may request an extra payment for large repairs, but this should be shared between all the tenants.’
  • 185) ‘We had ordered a case of beer to share between us.’
  • 186) ‘The ability to share files between any two computers on the network was an explicit goal of the Internet, from day one.’
  • 187) ‘A limited sum of money is available to fund the game at the elite end, and it is currently shared out between nine clubs.’
  • 188) ‘All profits that the farm collect are shared between all of the members equally.’
  • 189) ‘The older couple next to me are reading a paper, sharing the sections between them.’
  • 190) ‘The minibus will be shared between the two charities and is due to be handed over at the end of January 2005.’
  • 191) ‘The school's library currently has just a handful of books to share between 300 pupils.’
  • 192) ‘The money is designed to be shared out between all the staff at the schools, from headteacher to caretaker.’
  • 193) ‘Granddad and Uncle Gordon shared the driving between them, which wasn't too bad.’
  • 194) ‘An association of the families said the sum would be shared between 238 claimants.’
  • 195) ‘Two people shared the second prize and the third prize was shared between six people.’
  • 196) ‘The proposed new facilities would be shared between schools and the community.’
  • 197) ‘Vocal duties are shared between six female singers, who keep the emphasis on the soothing.’
  • 198) ‘All profits were shared between the sports hall fund and a chosen sports charity.’
  • 199) ‘The health drive continued with dessert as we decided to share one between us.’
  • 200) ‘The medals are generally shared between the Australians, Canadians and English.’
  • 201) ‘The profit from the sale of the painting was to be shared equally between them.’
  • 202) ‘She stood as an Independent instead, splitting the vote between the two sides.’
  • 203) ‘They are separated by panels of chain fencing and the space between dotted with waste bins and park benches.’
  • 204) ‘There were pieces everywhere and blank spaces in between.’
  • 205) ‘He wants to create four swimming pools within the existing boundary of the lake and fill in all the space in between.’
  • 206) ‘The small space in between allowed a continuous flow of air to ventilate the rooms below.’
  • 207) ‘The spaces in between are enclosed with glass, making two internal courtyards.’
  • 208) ‘We must not continue to develop and destroy what is left of the green space in between.’
  • 209) ‘Shrubs could also be planted between, creating a pleasant outlook at minimal cost.’
  • 210) ‘Clear separation of standards was achieved by running the plate three times, with a drying period in between.’
  • 211) ‘That was also about the time the world became subject to the ice ages, with warm periods in between.’
  • 212) ‘She may find that her occasional chocolate binges wane if she eats regular meals with healthy snacks in between.’
  • 213) ‘Eating dimsum for all three meals and in between will make you very very fat.’
  • 214) ‘My own work has proceeded in fits and starts throughout the holiday, with long intervals of idleness in between.’
  • 215) ‘They discussed the theme of the songs in the course of tuition classes and the intervals in between.’
  • 216) ‘In between, they create art installations, digital videos and vibrant collages.’
  • 217) ‘While some of the songs are used in full, a few are played in between to create the mood.’
  • 218) ‘It is the years in between which account for the accent and body art.’

Examples

  • 1) It took her a long time to pick out the mantid from her hiding place among the foliage.
  • 2) The younger men among the leading city families furnished most of the captains for the city regiments, —among them being Henry S. Livingston, Abraham Van Wyck, John Berrian, John J. Roosevelt, and others.
  • 3) “_And the remnant of Jacob shall be among the Gentiles_, _in the midst of many people as a_ LION _among the beasts of the forest_, _as a_ YOUNG LION _among the flocks of sheep_: _who_, _if he go through_,
  • 4) Peter de Jager, coauthor with Richard Burgeon of Managing 00, helped popularize the term among the netties, as did Dan Rather of the broadcast network netties.
  • 5) The music genre known as Americana, with roots in early folk and country music, has been popular in certain circles for years, but gained enough widespread attention recently to place the term among other new dictionary entries.
  • 6) Seeing your name among the top scorers is brilliant, especially when I think of what I used to do and where I have come from to get where I am.
  • 7) It also prefers large cities over rural or marshy areas—thus earning the nickname among entomologists as "the urban mosquito."
  • 8) On a recent Tuesday evening, the students of Emerson Social Media—or #ESM, as the students refer to it on Twitter and elsewhere online—settled on the concept of a Twitter-based scavenger hunt to help spread the word among Boston's college population about Sprint.
  • 9) ‘Waking up to find a hung-over friend of a relative amongst the presents will certainly help that year stand out.’
  • 10) ‘The central two-hander is set among a group of friends, all of whom are married or about to marry.’
  • 11) ‘Birds filled the air with their song while butterflies danced amongst the wild flowers.’
  • 12) ‘It is a beautiful world situated among endless sands and rocks under an orange sky.’
  • 13) ‘And all four are very unusual and uncommon topics for discussion amongst friends.’
  • 14) ‘Obviously I haven't been brave enough to broach this topic amongst our friends for fear of an outcry.’
  • 15) ‘It was that idea, in fact, that always made me a bit of an outcast amongst my more liberal friends.’
  • 16) ‘Most people when faced with the break-up of their marriage would surely take shelter amongst family and friends.’
  • 17) ‘I could hardly keep the smile off my face, I was so pleased to be amongst friends in a strange country.’
  • 18) ‘It was a brilliant night and I felt really lucky to be amongst friends who knew their way around.’
  • 19) ‘You get lonely on your own at 3am, and it's like being amongst old friends in here.’
  • 20) ‘Blessed is he who has found his place, for he shall be content among friends.’
  • 21) ‘On the other hand, among friends with whom you feel at ease, you are expressive, witty, and quite charming.’
  • 22) ‘At the Fabian Society's summer reception at Westminster he was among friends and looking relaxed and comfortable.’
  • 23) ‘The Friends will be among those celebrating Hob Moor's new status as a Local Nature Reserve at a free party there in a week's time.’
  • 24) ‘The document is now code and the code is now simply one window among others.’
  • 25) ‘I see the future of Turkey in Europe as a prosperous, tolerant, democratic country among others.’
  • 26) ‘According to the law, road users must give priority to, among others, the vehicles of state officials.’
  • 27) ‘These charges, among others, were laid at the mock-Tudor mansion doors of footballers in 2003.’
  • 28) ‘It makes for a dramatic backdrop to explore cuisine of Senegal, Cameroon and Mali, among others.’
  • 29) ‘The agreement was initially hailed as providing a boost for tomato and avocado growers, among others.’
  • 30) ‘A young lady and her lawyers came to me among others, and we represented what we believed.’
  • 31) ‘He pointed out that bad infrastructure in the region was among factors hampering trade relations.’
  • 32) ‘Town-gown relations in York are among the best in the country and many locals are glad it is October again.’
  • 33) ‘These are among the concerns shared by members in recent days.’
  • 34) ‘She is among the most popular members of staff at the infant school.’
  • 35) ‘There were few members of the general public among the students at that time.’
  • 36) ‘These companies were among those to indicate lower earnings.’
  • 37) ‘We'll count you among the participants in this next phase of the peace movement.’
  • 38) ‘Certainly children seem to be among the most enthusiastic participants when clean-up efforts are called for.’
  • 39) ‘He was the mushers' choice for best sportsman among the pack, and he professed to be unable to see why.’
  • 40) ‘For the inauguration, they picked a student among the participants to inaugurate the seminar.’
  • 41) ‘She will be among the participants in the swimming competitions.’
  • 42) ‘The State Minister for the Environment was also seen among the participants.’
  • 43) ‘She noted that lawyers have always been among the most avid participants in the survey.’
  • 44) ‘Another symbol popular among the gay community is the inverted triangle.’
  • 45) ‘During the late Nineties the general view among investors was that shares weren't things to be sold.’
  • 46) ‘She said that the general feeling among communities was that they were tired of these crimes and wanted action to be taken.’
  • 47) ‘Working in Sierra Leone, she found horrific decay among the children whose teeth she examined.’
  • 48) ‘These conditions often led to disillusionment and cynicism among community members.’
  • 49) ‘A quick scan of the room sees members nodding among themselves and grinning.’
  • 50) ‘They also aimed to promote a sense of community spirit and pride amongst the Carnarvon population.’
  • 51) ‘It also generated outrage and headaches among the academic community at the festival.’
  • 52) ‘Is the hypernova theory generally accepted as fact amongst the astronomy community?’
  • 53) ‘His views were generally shared among the veterans who said they had no resentment now toward the kamikaze pilots.’
  • 54) ‘I can hardly see the latest suggestions from the police having a beneficial effect on the levels of fear amongst the general public.’
  • 55) ‘We believe there is widespread support amongst the general public for such a move.’
  • 56) ‘A fatigue has set in among the general public, and the last thing they want to do is to take to streets in the sweltering heat.’
  • 57) ‘There is a great dissatisfaction among the general public regarding the redressal mechanism.’
  • 58) ‘There's a growing suspicion among the general public that corruption and fraud is rife.’
  • 59) ‘I think there's a general feeling among members that were he to be selected as a candidate he would do a good job.’
  • 60) ‘It is this gap in understanding amongst the wider community that [we] hope to address with this guide.’
  • 61) ‘All this has created unprecedented fear and alienation amongst our communities.’
  • 62) ‘Instead of rivalry, says Sebastien, there's a real sense of community amongst those who take part.’
  • 63) ‘The response amongst the busking community has been decidedly lukewarm.’
  • 64) ‘It was also indicated that the grant will be divided among the six participating institutions.’
  • 65) ‘The king was growing old, and thought to divide his kingdom among his daughters.’
  • 66) ‘Built for the use of one family, many are now divided among five to six families.’
  • 67) ‘Divide your protein among five smaller meals per day, which also helps keep cravings at bay.’
  • 68) ‘Intending to divide his kingdom among his daughters according to their affection for him, he bids them say which loves him most.’
  • 69) ‘The kinetic missiles flew to their targets as one salvo, divided among five targets.’
  • 70) ‘People make choices among magazines based on their tastes and their points of view.’
  • 71) ‘With a fully-fit squad, the coach is obliged to make choices among his forwards.’
  • 72) ‘It is from among the regular participants in this programme that the eight bikers-to-be were picked.’
  • 73) ‘Why not divide the four fates amongst four different people, and make it fair?’
  • 74) ‘The ecclesiastical fission has led to some tiny island villages being split religiously among as many as five different bodies.’
  • 75) ‘That becomes just another datum assumed when choosing amongst alternative choices.’
  • 76) ‘In fact, the only reason the Magic come up as the team of choice among free agents is because it has money to spend.’
  • 77) ‘In 1999, the cadres in Hongshan village divided the public funds among themselves.’
  • 78) ‘It certainly did not mean that this income is shared out equally amongst the population.’
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