Example sentences for: interposition

How can you use “interposition” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Both Times describe the Albanians as more open to the basic terms pushed by the U.S.--primarily the interposition of a NATO-led peacekeeping force that would include 4,000 U.S. troops--than the Serbs.

  • It spells out the stumbling blocks: the Albanians want an eventual referendum on independence written in, and the Serbs are balking at the interposition of a NATO peacekeeping force.

  • The paper goes on to characterize international reaction thus far as "public condemnations and much hand-wringing," and also notes a problem with a proposed interposition of a U.N. peacekeeping force: China, which can veto such a move, is believed to be opposed to it.

  • That, in my view, would require such deep interposition of those agents into the conduct of academic research as to be not only unprecedented but unfeasible.

  • When federal interposition occurred, it typically responded to widely publicized episodes of research misconduct, sometimes intertwined with egregious financial self interests of investigators; these episodes legitimately questioned the effectiveness of institutional oversight.


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