"We must not inquire too curiously into motives," he interposed, in his measured way.
"Why, it was on Wednesday I took a glass with him," interposed Bambridge.
"A great mistake, Chettam," interposed Mr. Brooke, "going into electrifying your land and that kind of thing, and making a parlor of your cow-house.
"I disapprove of Wakley," interposed Dr. Sprague, "no man more: he is an ill-intentioned fellow, who would sacrifice the respectability of the profession, which everybody knows depends on the London Colleges, for the sake of getting some notoriety for himself.
"Well, you know," interposed Mr. Brooke, "he is trying his wings.
"And that if you got pelted," interposed Mrs. Cadwallader, "half the rotten eggs would mean hatred of your committee-man.
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Where were their voices when the lips of Governor Barnett dripped with words of interposition and nullification?
Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Letter from a Birmingham Jail
Michael moved in front of the machine, interposing himself between Octavian and the two Greek demigods.