While writing a news report, I found myself phrasing a sentence like this:
"Apart from by the managing director, the report would be reviewed by three specially constituted teams."
Though I immediately changed the sentence into active, I wondered if "Apart from by..." was grammatical.
I searched for the exact phrase in Google. It turned out about 222,000 results. But I could not find any 'reputable' source (at least not in the first few pages).