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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

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occur between other event or between certain points of time

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Tourmaline"), three of the four parties granted intervener status by the Alberta Energy Regulator ("AER").
According to documents filed by the lawyers for the California interveners, the settlement circumvents the interim class counsel's authority because the Chase and
Still, the authors argue that interveners must carefully distinguish between factors they can control, the dangers they can avoid, and the dangers they can neither control nor avoid; courage, thought, and preplanning are relevant but are not enough on their own.
In 2010 the NACC and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) joined a judicial challenge by the US Air Transport Association (ATA) as formal interveners opposed to the EU ETS and the arguments were heard by the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg on 5 July 2011.
She's one of the interveners in the redistricting preclearance fight now going on in Washington.
Phishers value compromised websites highly because they are much harder for interveners to take down.
Seervai, senior counsel for the interveners, was highly critical of the investigating agency and submitted that it had failed to crack the case.
The New Hampshire Audubon and the Harris Center for Conservation Education in Hancock have applied as interveners, along with nearly two dozen individuals.
The discrepancies between intervention for regime stability in Bahrain and that of regime change in Libya are undergirded by the fact that the interveners in both cases are ultimately one and the same.
Hehir's book will provide the historical and conceptual context that will equip the reader to begin to make sense of this intervention, though it certainly will not (nor does it claim to) provide any definitive answers about the legitimacy of this or any other intervention, the legitimacy of the interveners, or whether we can expect similar interventions in this region.
This time around the hearings were attended by a large number of interveners, who represented all categories of power customers.
The outside interveners are the bankers who tell him stereotypical things about insurance, and it keeps the client off balance.
There is no principled rationale for bracketing counterfactual interveners in standard Frankfurt-style cases but admitting their relevance when they are Frankfurt enablers.
The success of foreign interventions largely depends on their nature--whether the interveners are neutral with no vested interests in conflict outcomes, or biased and supporting one belligerent out of their own interests.
It is also suitable as a resource for experienced disaster interveners in the field, in training, and in the office.