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Synonyms for intervene



  • interrupt
  • involve yourself
  • put your oar in
  • interpose yourself
  • put your two cents in

Synonyms for intervene

get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force

be placed or located between other things or extend between spaces and events

Related Words

occur between other event or between certain points of time

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Ali Sabry PC, Uditha Egalahewa PC, Kalyananda Thiragama, Krishmal Warnasuriya, and Viran Corea also appearing for different Intervenient petitioners Prof.
The objective of this article was to investigate the specialists' view of competences in design management, joints and intervenient factors in Brazilian fashion industry.
Table 1 presents a summary of the main issues, intervenient and proposed solutions and opportunities for the studied institution.
Based on the intervenient Stackelberg game model, the proposed scheme can obtain an effective solution through under the constantly changing network environment.
Although the mediating effect is important, prior studies have not investigated this intervenient relationship.
In order to better analyze the role of the intervenient variables shown in Figure 3 we need to make a connection with specific cases (see Table 1, above, and Tables 2 and 3, below).
This indicates the absence of clarity in the relations of relevant intervenient factors and dependencies with the capabilities results (Barney, 2001; Eisenhardt & Martin, 2000; Lavie, 2006; Rivkin, 2000; Sirmon et al.
In direct actions of cases in court member states or European institutions may intervene before ECJ, without the obligation to fulfill any special conditions, being privileged intervenient.
The left of the shells possesses the highest abrasion resistance; the abrasion resistance of the shells is the lowest on the edge of the right, and intervenient on the middle of the right (Figure 7).
However, the toughening was unlike typical toughness, but was just intervenient between rigid and toughness.
Advertising to tobacco was therefore permitted through the placement of any name, brand or logo in the equipment or clothing of the intervenient in such events and in placards where such events take place.
Participants: CAR, Carmosina (woman, C, 1, housekeeper, narrator, Alpercata (MG)) MAR, Maryuale (woman, B, 3, professor, intervenient, Florianopolis)
On the other hand, the proportions of the unexplained variance for some intervenient variables are much higher.
3% in 1980 (OECD, 2003b), as a result of the more intervenient role of the state on the public health after 1971.