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No, it doesn't. It's a perfectly good usage. There are lots of examples of "among others" used as you suggest found in the BYU Corpus. Here's one: Mr. Easterbrook -- who writes for The New Republ …
answered Oct 18 '16 by Tupelo Thistlehead