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Sentence count:243+7Posted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: infringementinterferenceintrusionSimilar words: inventionconventionpreventionconventionalinteractioninternationalinterpretationa bone of contentionMeaning: [‚ɪntə(r)'venʃn]  n. 1. the act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute) 2. a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries 3. (law) a proceeding that permits a person to enter into a lawsuit already in progress; admission of person not an original party to the suit so that person can protect some right or interest that is allegedly affected by the proceedings. 
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31. The prime minister was right to counsel caution about military intervention.
32. For two decades the country has been ravaged by civil war and foreign intervention.
33. The incident was used as a pretext for intervention in the area.
34. That does not require "massive" military intervention, as some have mischievously claimed.
35. All of these initiatives stopped well short of full-blooded state intervention.
36. Recent US history has amply demonstrated the risks of foreign intervention.
37. The government was reluctant to sanction intervention in the crisis.
38. Greater government intervention in businesses would represent a step backwards.
39. There is still some hope that the economic blockade will work and make military intervention unnecessary.
40. The intervention of the authorities gave union struggles a decidedly political flavour.
41. Experts cite the country as an instance where human rights violations could lead to international intervention.
42. Any plans for a peaceful settlement were forestalled by the intervention of the army.
43. Imposing sanctions is a moderate action when you consider that the alternative is military intervention.
44. Half the people questioned said they were opposed to military intervention .
45. No amount of sophistry can justify one country's intervention in the internal affairs of another country.
46. He favoured a middle course between free enterprise and state intervention.
47. Further heavy intervention would be throwing good money after bad.
48. Nor did he find any room for divine intervention.
49. His intervention will endear him to Maggie, Lucy believes.
50. The Stalinists, added another, were still considering armed intervention.
50. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
51. So how about a little divine intervention?
52. This intervention reconstituted the boundaries of political allegiance.
53. This involves planning the intervention and evaluating the outcome.
54. These are task centred work and crisis intervention.
55. Also patron of divine intervention and pregnant women.
56. And barring divine intervention, also its last.
57. One crucial criterion in justifying a screening programme is that intervention is more effective in presymptomatic disease than after symptoms have appeared.
58. Measurement involves an intervention by our everyday world into the quantum world.
59. Family ties, however, did not prevent Victoria's clear-headed assessment that intervention was useless.
60. The theory challenges the assumption of orthodox welfare economics that the existence of market failure is sufficient reason for governmental intervention.
More similar words: inventionconventionpreventionconventionalinteractioninternationalinterpretationa bone of contentionintervalinterviewat intervalsenter intoat regular intervalsmentionintegrationattentionnot to mentionpay attention toidentificationentertainmentpainterintentInternetinterestinteractinteriorinternalcenterinterferein terms of
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