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intervene between (someone and someone else)

to intercede between someone and someone else. I decided to intervene between Ralph and his brother, who were arguing endlessly. There was no point in intervening between Bill and Bob.
See also: between, intervene

intervene in something

to get involved in something. I will have to intervene in this matter. It's getting out of hand. I want to intervene in this before it becomes a major problem.
See also: intervene

intervene with someone or something

to step into a matter concerning someone or something. Megan said she would intervene with the bank manager on our behalf. Do I need to intervene with this process?
See also: intervene
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2d at 1341-42 (allowing Canadian government's motion to intervene); see also infra notes 27-34 and accompanying text (discussing Court of International Trade's reasoning in setting precedent on intervenor standing).
for the would-be intervenor existed in these situations, judicial
Yet, a "conservative" government is an intervenor against free speech.
circuits--requires that a Rule 24 intervenor satisfy Article III standing.
Besides the victim's father and PGSW, another intervenor is lawyer Gunratan Sadavarte, representing the Ambedkar Students Association, which had actively raised the Rohith Vemula suicide case almost two years ago.
Thus, although proposed intervenors assert the contrary, they have not demonstrated how they have more than a general interest in the enforcement of a state constitutional provision which could easily be shared by all Kentucky residents.
Attorney's Office is to either prove that it has paid the fees, prove that an appeals court has overturned the order or "show cause why the Intervenor should not be found in contempt of court.
3 of the Representation Manual, which provides that once the NMB receives the eligibility list and signature samples from the carrier, an applicant or intervenor has until 4 pm ET to present additional cards.
After intervention by the husband, the wife and the commissioner stipulated that the return was not a valid joint return, then filed a motion to dismiss the intervenor.
I believe the introduction of a family member as a third party intervenor would have exacerbated the situation.
Though the larger bench granted time to the opposite parties to file their affidavits by September 12 but asked the builders to raise their pleas in all the writ petitions in the capacity of an intervenor.
Protesters' counsel properly see the intervenor as an obstacle to a successful protest, while agency attorneys are often hesitant to work too closely with intervenor counsel either out of concerns related to information sharing or that the interests of the government and the intervenor may diverge, or both.
The history of the [Federal Trade Commission's] intervenor funding program--which has so far handed out nearly $2 million--is one of helping its friends and ignoring its adversaries.
Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and the Yukon will request intervenor status before the Court of Appeal.