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interpose (one, oneself, or something) between (someone or something)

To place one, oneself, or something between someone or something. I interposed myself between the cat and the door so that she couldn't make a run for it.
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interpose (something) in(to) (something)

To introduce something into a particular situation. Please don't interpose your thoughts into this meeting, OK? You're just supposed to be observing.
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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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With such a precedent, I should think the sternest conscience would permit you to obey the generous impulses of nature, rather than to render this slavish obedience to the letter of the law." (278) The driving force of ethical interposition, for Sedgwick, is a higher law aligned with sympathy--the "general impulses of nature"--that lies above both religious duty and "the letter of the law." Thus, unlike Esther, Everell is willing to push interposition to its limits: "he had left no means untried, either of open intercession, or clandestine effort" (280).
Interposition is "the process of placing a new or different library function between the application and its reference to a library function" [2].
In the meantime, EngenderHealth is integrating fascial interposition into its training materials.
Such measures as demilitarized zones, the interposition of international observer forces, establishment of direct communications, and joint consultative commissions, to resolve disputes over the interpretation of data have helped to resolve Egyptian and Israeli dilemmas of cooperation.
In artistic expression and appreciation, "absolutes" are integral: the point, the line, primary colors, right angles, proportion, form, and shape, as well as perceptual principles such as interposition, linear perspective, figure ground organization, reversal, and shape, size, and brightness constancies--all are "absolutes" which must be explored and manipulated in the search to reveal "truths" of both order and disorder.
Additional contributions to the retirement plans described in the statute are not exempt if made within 90 days of the "interposition of the claim on which such judgment was entered." Thus contributions made to the retirement asset during the pendency of the lawsuit or within 90 days before the commencement of the lawsuit would not be protected from the judgment creditor's claims.
In any event, the decision disregards the interposition of Pearle Labs, which was the entity selling the products.
The new republics of Latin America had just been recognized by the United States and England, and Monroe warned that "we could not view any interposition for the purpose of oppressing them, or controlling in any other manner their destiny, by any European power in any other light than as the manifestation of an unfriendly disposition toward the United States." A considerable portion of the Monroe Doctrine had been implicit or actually formulated in utterances of earlier Presidents--the doctrine of isolation from European entanglements, of the paramount interest of the United States in the fate of neighboring territory, of self-determination for American communities.
Earlier, in an interposition during the conference, Head of delegation of Syria's People's Assembly, Sanaa Abu Zaid, talked about the war being waged against Syria, stressing that it is the fiercest terrorist war in history.
Contract awarded for 040202052018 - other material for clinical use * irrigation systems arthro-pump; interposition screws; radiofrequency tips; disposable gowns; shaver blades; carpet suction serum; disposable drills; pass wires; anchor for arthroscopy; nitinol threads; shaver tips; irrecoverable shaver tips; meniscal fixation; guide wire.
The patient had a history of a 6.5 cm gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) of the cardia, for which she initially received downsizing treatment with imatinib 400 mg/d, followed by surgical resection of the gastroesophageal junction and reconstruction with a jejunal interposition (Merendino procedure) 4 years earlier (Figure 1).
To isolate the effects of lower intestinal stimulation in the absence of restriction and malabsorption, we utilized a novel surgical model called ileal interposition (or IT surgery).
The buildings to be monitored are 2 nursing support points in the area of green areas including garages, Material warehouses and technical rooms as well as two gatehouses and - without interposition - the open-air stage.
" The US proclamation violates the legitimate rights of the Syrian people, Arab and Islamic nations, it will have bad repercussions on stability in the Middle East," Ana Silvia RodrE[degrees]guez Abascal, Deputy permanent representative of Cub to UN, said in an interposition at UN Security Council session on the situation in the Middle East.
(3) Various surgical treatments have been proposed since then, including metacarpal osteotomy, fusion, trapezial excision, tendon interposition, ligament reconstruction, implant arthroplasty, and arthroscopy.