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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.
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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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Poor Mr Meagles's inexpressible consternation in hearing his motives and actions so perverted, had prevented him from interposing any word until now; but now he regained the power of speech.
An ideal process flow diagram would have as few interposing boxes as possible.
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Nowhere in the law is there a requirement for counsel to specifically request additional remedies after interposing an objection to the improper statements made by opposing counsel.
The PSR-FSP2/2x1 and PSR FSP/2x1 process safety relays are described by the company as safe interposing relays specifically designed to operate with fail-safe controls in process applications.
Having identified the tax-motivated reasons for interposing an S corporation, what is the business purpose?
Interposing hills may have also blocked sounds so well that a Confederate commander didn't hear an artillery barrage that was to signal him to attack Union lines.
This principle is often supplemented by the clause contained in the standard form commercial leases prohibiting the tenant from interposing counterclaims in a summary proceeding.
In addition, it produced "distinctive sounds, interposing scraper noise, overlaying the music with solos in different keys, and alternating the drumbeat.
Instead, despite our July 17 letter renewing our request for the information and cautioning you not to do so, you secretly negotiated a new acquisition agreement with Cardinal, attempted to lock it up by interposing a significantly increased "break-up" fee, and rejected our proposal without so much as an attempt to contact us.
But IT wants out from under the essentially clerical duty of editing content and navigation, and business managers realize time and money are wasted by interposing an IT 'middleman' between content authors and audience experts and the Web.
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The PSR-FSP2/2xl and PSR-FSP/2xl process safety relays are described by the company as safe interposing relays specifically designed to operate with fail-safe controls in process applications.