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interpose someone or something between people or things

to put someone or something between people or things, in any combination. I do not wish to interpose Randy between the twins. We will not interpose our own standards between these two warring factions.

interpose something in (to) something

to introduce something into something; to put a question into a conversation. The chairman interposed a question into the discussion. May I interpose an observation in the proceedings?
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The motion court providently exercised its discretion in granting defendants' cross motion for an extension of time to interpose an answer.
The court commented that: consistent with the plain language of the applicable Georgia Statute, the court's most recent authorities interpreting the statute have allowed appellate review of a trial court's failure to rebuke a prosecutor or give a curative instruction where defense counsel did nothing more than interpose an objection to the prosecutor's improper statements.
Males go "wop," and at times, females smoothly interpose "weooh"
The] legislature is without authority to interpose its particular air quality control enforcement preferences under these circumstances.
Two primary reasons motivate taxpayers to interpose an S corporation between themselves and LLC ownership.
We all know that book designers never read the grey matter making up that boring stuff we readers call text, but this person has decided to interpose ridiculous 'artistic' lines all over the place.
Hancock Bank has successfully introduced InteliData Technologies' Interpose Bill Payment Suite in an ASP environment.
That customers are the essential part of profit is a reality that sometimes has difficulty penetrating the layers of intermediaries who interpose themselves over time.
Perhaps the North American branch could interpose itself between Nicaragua and Administration hawks, who have been shouting themselves hoarse about the sins of the Sandinistas.
We elected to incise the scar and interpose a graft as a spacer to expand the nostril opening.
Mr Clinton's personal lawyer, David Kendall, said in a letter to the House Government Reform Committee that the former President 'will interpose no executive privilege objections to the testimony of his former staff concerning these pardons, or to other pardons and commutations he granted.
Lagman said it is tradition in Congress to not interpose questions about the President's budget before the appropriations committee.
Letter Ruling (TAM) 9518002, in which a taxpayer attempted to interpose a third party and use option agreements to transfer stock out of his estate but still retain voting control, was (not surprisingly) decided against the taxpayer.