other words for interposition
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It did not appear that for a moment she had dreamed of appealing to the interposition of the law.
The interposition of Margaret of Angoulême had proved unavailing in his behalf.
"Love your enemies, says the Book," was the interposition of the countess, who stole a sly glance at Maurice which he did not see.
The constitution prescribes the interposition of the sword only in cases of open insurrection or rebellion.
Strife and bloodshed, then and there, are averted only by the interposition of Marguerite.
Cicero was unsuccessful, but Rabirius was saved by the common subterfuge of an interposition of omens.
To the interposition of air is due the fact that all visual images are to some extent blurred.
The abruptness of this opening is due to the interposition of Sl.
Yes; without the interposition of a ribbon between the type bar and the paper.
It is difficult enough to keep the world straight without the interposition of fiction.