inter alia [ˈɪntɛr ˈɑlɪˌɑ] adv.
1.) Among other things (American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language).
Etymology: Latin inter, among + alia, neuter accusative plural of alius, other.
"Knowing French is an intellectual disposition; generosity is a disposition of the will. There is a difference between dispositions of the two kinds. To be generous is inter alia to be able when occasion demands to put others' interests before one's own. To know French is inter alia to be able when the occasion demands to conjugate correctly irregular verbs" (Summa Theologiae by Thomas Aquinas, Fathers of the English Dominican Province (trans.), 1912-36).
(God As Geometer, Unknown Artist, ~1250)