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Synonyms for interposition

the action of interjecting or interposing an action or remark that interrupts

the act or fact of interposing one thing between or among others

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These colors belonged really to the lunar disc, and did not result, as some astronomers say, either from the imperfection in the objective of the glasses or from the interposition of the terrestrial atmosphere.
Perhaps, too, I know that no interposition of yours would be of any avail."
The footsteps of the sentinel echoed monotonously as he paced its stone pavement to and fro (reminding Barnaby of the watch he had so lately kept himself); and as he passed and repassed the door, he made the cell for an instant so black by the interposition of his body, that his going away again seemed like the appearance of a new ray of light, and was quite a circumstance to look for.
By some good agency,--possibly, by the unrecognized interposition of the long-buried Alice herself,--the threatening calamity was averted.
Individuals of wiser faith, indeed, who knew that Heaven promotes its purposes without aiming at the stage-effect of what is called miraculous interposition, were inclined to see a providential hand in Roger Chillingworth's so opportune arrival.
According to the processes occurring during speech production, it was possible to observe more distortions and lingual interpositions in the Research Group (RG).
Six patients received graft interpositions, six patients received patch closures, and one patient received a stent-graft insertion (one patient received a graft interposition and a patch closure for treatment of a double abdominal aortic aneurysms).
Interpositions should concentrate on recognizing barriers of consuming calcium and physical activity and enhancing the beliefs in the capability for overcoming them2.
The committee members listened to the interpositions of the officials of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, their observations and opinions on amendments to some articles of the law which would regulate fishing affairs, ensuring the continuity of aquatic resources that abound in the Sultanate and utilize them properly.
The members also discussed the consequent repercussions in the light of the outcomes of the extensive discussions and the interpositions of the members during submission to the Council of Ministers.
Interpositions of the attendees focused on organizing relief efforts so that they turn out to be of productive nature that would provide income to families.
He explained that the Congress's agenda is full of themes and topics of great importance, stressing his confidence that the interpositions of the participants and their discourses will enrich the work of the Congress, achieve its hopeful success and reach positive outcomes for information bodies and media organizations.
Benomar praised the nature of debates and responsible interpositions and constructive that prevailed the meetings of the mini-committee (8+8) on solutions and guarantees in the South issue team.
'Adel Samara 16:40-17:10 Coffee Break 17:10-18:00 Interpositions 18:00-18:15 Summary and reading the concluding statement
In 1789, George Washington spoke of "the signal and manifold mercies and the favorable interpositions of His providence in the course and conclusion of the late war; for the great degree of tranquility, union, and plenty which we have since enjoyed."