"Ay, that Jacobs is, at the ’cademy," interposed Mr. Tulliver.
"No, no," Lucy interposed.
"Why, dear Maggie," she interposed, "you have always pretended that you are too fond of being admired; and now, I think, you are angry because some one ventures to admire you."
"But he must do it," interposed aunt Glegg, energetically, "whether it’s hard or no. He hasn’t got to consider what’s hard; he must consider as he isn’t to trusten to his friends to keep him in idleness and luxury; he’s got to bear the fruits of his father’s misconduct, and bring his mind to fare hard and to work hard.
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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.