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inter a·li·os

 (ā′lē-ōs′, ä′lē-ōs′)
Among other persons.

[Latin inter aliōs : inter, among + aliōs, masculine accusative pl. of alius, other.]
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inter alios

(ˈɪntər ˈeɪlɪəʊs)
among other people
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in•ter a•li•os

(ˈɪn tɛr ˈɑ lɪˌoʊs; Eng. ˈɪn tər ˈeɪ liˌoʊs, ˈɑ li-)

adv. Latin.
among other persons.
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