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Example sentences for interpose

And the speaker may interpose his own personality between you and the poem, for better or worse.
Instead of soup kitchens or shelters, the movement tries to interpose education between children and their poverty.
Repeatedly, he interrupts a dramatic moment to interpose information.
But she did not interpose the arm of her own power to arrest the law and break the embargo.
They knew he expected the rebels to win in the end, but they believed he would not actively interpose to decide it.
We must have the capacity to interpose information from all of these regimes and do so in a dynamic manner.

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