"among one of the most"
Donald is one of the most famous Disney characters, next to Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Chip & Dale, and others.
To not include the word "among" implies that Donald is solely at the apex of Disney Fame, when that title belongs to Mickey Mouse. It makes more sense to say that he is a member of this famous collection of characters, which is why I put the "among" there.
Nevermind; now that I thought about it, you're right. It's redundant.
--Robert W King 09:53, 9 November 2007 (CST)
- From American Heritage Dictionary:
- a·mong, prep.
- In the midst of; surrounded by: a pine tree among cedars.
- In the group, number, or class of: She is among the wealthy.
- In the company of; in association with: traveling among a group of tourists.
- By many or the entire number of; with many: a custom popular among the Greeks.
- By the joint action of: Among us, we will finish the job.
- With portions to each of: Distribute this among you.
- Each with the other: Don't fight among yourselves. See Usage Note at between.
--Christian Liem 09:59, 9 November 2007 (CST)
- Wow, you guys are fast--or more likely I am slow. I wrote two different comments, but each was in conflict with one of your edits. I guess the case is closed, so I won't bother posting any arguments. --Eric Winesett 11:12, 9 November 2007 (CST)