count (someone or something) among (something)

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count (someone or something) among (something)

To include someone or something in a particular group or category. I certainly count my daughter among my life's greatest blessings. Yes, we are counting this infraction among the other demerits you've gotten this year.
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count someone among something

to consider someone as a particular type of person or part of a particular group. I count her among my closest friends. Rachel counted herself among the luckiest people alive.
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count among

v.
1. To consider someone or something a part of some group: The company counts many important people among its clients.
2. To be considered a part of some group: The new novel counts among the author's greatest works.
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We are delighted to count them among our enthusiast brands," said Bruce Bear, agency president.
MORE than a third of Britons are friendly with neighbours and up to a fifth of us count them among our best friends, says a new report.
I wish I could tell you that people routinely come running up to me in droves after a presentation, asking me to count them among the enlightened, but that's not real life.
We are proud to count them among our faculty, and our educational program is clearly enriched by their participation.
D&H is a world class distributor, and we're very pleased to count them among the partners we're working with to take the Wherifone service to market," said Timothy Neher, CEO and Founder of Wherify Wireless.
The Crimson Tide is one of the biggest names in college sports and XOS is proud to count them among our clients," said Nada Usina, President of the Network division of XOS Technologies.
Peak 10 has the infrastructure and people to support market-leading companies like Advanced Construction and Consulting and we are proud to count them among our customers.
We are pleased to count them among our membership," said Ian Mackintosh, president of OCP-IP.