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intercede (for someone) (with someone or something)

to intervene on behalf of someone with someone or a group; to plead someone's case with someone or a group. I will intercede for Charlotte with the council. Tom interceded with Fred for Sharon, who was too shy to speak for herself.
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Clair that LDC or Lambert had pressured the senator to intercede.
And once the arbitrators are appointed, courts will virtually never intercede.
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Don Axcell, a director of the Christian Police Association, said: "It is the day Jesus ascended into heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father to intercede.
His sons Archie and Quentin smuggled a tree up the back stairs of the White House, hid it in their closet, then appealed to Gifford Pinchot, a close friend of Roosevelt's, to intercede on their behalf.
At the same time, ACA's legislative council, Dave Gray, contacted camps in Vermont to build support for having Vermont Senators Leahy and Jeffords intercede on camps' behalf to have the regulation rescinded.
On April 9, 1993, Tax Executives Institute sent the following letter to President Clinton, recommending that his Administration intercede in a Supreme Court case involving the State of California's constitutional authority to require the use of the worldwide combined reporting method for taxing multijurisdictional businesses.
Figuring out the specifics of toleration as well as those of rejection could suggest ways to intercede in other situations.
Kung mag-intercede ang US through its control of the Interpol (International police) [If the US intercedes through its control of the Interpol], then, they might present a warrant of arrest against him in Taipei, so, everything is kaput, Agcaoili said.
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Summary: Brussels - Morocco urged, on Friday, Belgium and Luxemburg to urgently intercede with Algeria in order to secure the immediate release of Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud and guarantee the safety of his family and tribe members in the camps of Tindouf (south-western Algeria).