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Use the preposition among in situations involving more than two persons or things and use between in situations involving only two persons or things.
At vs. With: Usually at a thing but with a person. Exceptions include throw something at somebody with something, be angry at someone, be pleased with something, and others.
What's wrong with this sentence? Nothing actually, it is grammatically correct. It is simply an odd usage of the prepositions.
Be careful to use the right preposition for the meaning you want; agree with differs in meaning from agree to, compare with is distinct from compare to, and so on.
The expressions superior to, preferable to and different from are the only standard forms.
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50470
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