interventions[ in-ter-ven-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interventions
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERVENTIONS
Of all the interventions with which it is hoped to overwhelm us, that of the French has been the most perilous.
We cannot do without a special class of men for these interventions and controls.
And the more powerful and important the Pope became in European affairs, the more urgent did these interventions become.
And there are unexpected providences in life, strange influences, interventions and voices in the night.
They upheld the majesty of law, and at the same time made way for the interventions of Divine Love.
I do not dwell on the character of these interventions, although mostly in the interest of Human Freedom.
Happily—(French story is always happy in these interventions)—a friend had need of his services shortly after!
There will no doubt be other interventions of the Deity, which will be revolutions in the same direction as the Reformation.
Greedy traders from all 109 parts of the world added their rivalries and interventions to the civil and military disputation.
There are, as I said, only two interventions in public affairs during these fourteen years.