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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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These methods include revision fundoplication, esophageal resection, esophageal defunctioning (diversion) with a cervical esophagostomy, gastrostomy, or feeding jejunostomy, and interposition of healthy vascularized tissue, such as healthy omentum, diaphragm, and rectus muscle flaps, between the ends of the fistula.
45,46) However, trapeziectomy with ligament reconstruction and tendon interposition (45,46) and CMC arthrodesis were associated with higher complication rates, with CMC arthrodesis associated as well with a higher frequency of repeat surgeries.
Treatment options for CAD include cyst excision with preservation of the native artery, excision of the affected artery with interposition of a bypass graft, CT or ultrasound guided needle aspiration and conservative management.
Multiple soft tissue stabilization procedures have been described ranging from weaving a slip of extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU) tendon through the distal ulna and interosseous membrane, to creating a sling around the distal ulna with ECU and FCU tendon, to placing an Achilles allograft as a soft tissue interposition between the radius and ulna.
Israel's interposition on behalf of King Saul's son, Jonathan, who was set to be executed for violating a decree he was unaware of, was also discussed.
The stem will be realized by means of longitudinal welding of the mantle, while the bottom must be connected to the shell by means of double seaming with the interposition of mastic.
In his interposition at the meeting, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, thanked the Kingdom of Norway for its constant keenness on holding this meeting and asserted anew the unwavering supportive position of the Kingdom of Bahrain towards the brotherly Palestinians in all fields, pointing out to the need to continue this assistance and support despite the challenges faced by the Peace Process, which has to reach a settlement to end the sufferings of the Palestinian people.
Metabolic surgery or Ileal Interposition surgery helps Type 2 diabetics keep the blood sugar under control.
This came in interposition of the member of the delegation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Khalid Menzlawi participating in the 26th session of the Human Rights Council currently meeting in Geneva in response to the charges of the delegation of the Syrian regime that the Kingdom has brought Saudi terrorists out from prisons and sent them to fight in Syria.
The Sultanate in its interposition in the Conference called for the support of the regional initiative of the Sultanate of Oman on water scarcity and appreciated efforts taken by the FAO and its partners to develop a collaborative regional strategy on sustainable water management for food security, with an emphasis on optimum utilization and the sustainable use of non-traditional water sources to support the agricultural sector.
A left postauricular type III tympanoplasty with an incus interposition graft and canaloplasty was performed.
Surely some Bar members were present and voting when the Florida House and Senate approved an Interposition Resolution in 1957:
Some Southern states attempted to use a variant, known as interposition, during the civil-rights era to resist integration in the wake of the U.
The surgical procedure offered is the Modified Sleeve Gastrectomy and Ileal Interposition.
Chilaiditi sign is an incidental radiologic finding first described by Greek radiologist Dimitrios Chilaiditi in 1906 as an interposition of colonic loops between the diaphragm and the live?