Recent Examples on the WebSome degree of interposition nevertheless, is at all times and everywhere called for.
Bruce Bartlett, The New Republic, 17 Aug. 2020 Without covering to hide my naked body!, in an enemy's country, without food or means to obtain any!, and among Tories more unrelenting than the devil! more perils to encounter and nothing to aid me but the interposition of heaven.
Matt Campbell, kansascity, 30 Apr. 2018 Although the man who had once championed a national veto over state laws now seemed to assert the right of states to reject acts of Congress, Madison insisted that interposition meant only an appeal to public opinion.
Susan Dunn, New York Times, 1 Nov. 2017
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