among other things.
It privileges, inter alia, the interests of boys and men over the bodily integrity, autonomy, and dignity of girls and women.
Ashley Judd Slaps Media in the Face for Speculation Over Her ‘Puffy’ Appearance Ashley Judd April 8, 2012
inter alia, we read that marriage is the most licentious of human institutions—hence its popularity.
Iconoclasts James Huneker
It contained, inter alia, an account of my expenditure up to its time of writing.
The Letters of William James, Vol. 1 William James
It thus happens to contain (inter alia) two short records of grants to the church of St. Teilo (or Llandaff).
The English Village Community Frederic Seebohm
inter alia the Chairman said, that “the Waltham Well is a complete success.”
Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol. 103, October 15, 1892 Various
I may say inter alia that he was mentioned as to be the first king when the new constitution should have been arranged.
The Lady of the Shroud Bram Stoker
inter alia, he thought they knew a good deal more of beer than of Greek.
Giordano Bruno James Lewis McIntyre
inter alia he was the author of a Welsh work on agriculture.
The Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin through Wales Giraldus Cambrensis
See, inter alia, the description of a small squire of the reign of George II.
The English Church in the Eighteenth Century Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
inter alia, it may be remarked here that a certain fretfulness of temper characterizes most of the critics of Socialism.
Socialism John Spargo
among other things
Latin, literally “amongst other things.” (Latin for “among other persons” is inter alios), from inter “among, between” (see inter-).
a false name used to conceal one’s identity; an assumed name: The police files indicate that “Smith” is an alias for Simpson. at another time; in another place; in other circumstances; otherwise. “Simpson alias Smith” means that Simpson in other circumstances has called himself Smith. otherwise called; alias. Contemporary Examples alias would make a star […]
- Alias dictus
otherwise called; alias.
a false name used to conceal one’s identity; an assumed name: The police files indicate that “Smith” is an alias for Simpson. at another time; in another place; in other circumstances; otherwise. “Simpson alias Smith” means that Simpson in other circumstances has called himself Smith. Contemporary Examples Hubbard, who went under the aliases Larry David […]
a jagged, stairstep effect on curved or diagonal lines that are reproduced in low resolution, as on a computer printout or display. noun (radio, television) the error in a vision or sound signal arising from limitations in the system that generates or processes the signal aliasing (ā’lē-ə-sĭng) Jagged distortions in curves and diagonal lines in […]