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(1) 'Surely there's something we can do?' interjected Palin.
(2) I hate to interject a note of realism, but we don't have any money to do any of this.
(3) Well, if I could just interject.
(4) 'That's absolute rubbish!' he interjected.
(5) He listened thoughtfully, interjecting only the odd word.
(6) Like a giant cauliflower, interjects Blue.
(7) "Of course not!" Garland interjected.
(8) Hearst interjected, clearing his throat loudly.
(9) To introduce or interject ( a comment, for example ) during discourse or a conversation.
(10) Problems multiply, though, when you interject other formatting into the midst of this page[sentence dictionary], as you can see in Listing 5.
(11) Let us interject that in any monetary system, some authority must fix either the price of money or the supply.
(12) Interject incongruent words within a conversation and act like you didn't just say anything out of context.
(13) If I may interject a note of caution into the discussion.
(14) When I brought up the question of funding, he quickly interjected that it had been settled.
(15) But Sisson, in addition to bringing his story up to date with a final chapter, interjects half way through a lengthy segment on his war.
(16) Then it has to choose the best mode and time to interject.
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