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interposition

(int″ĕr-pŏ-zish′ŏn)
1. The surgical placement of one body structure between two others.
2. The ectopic migration of a body structure to an abnormal site between two others, e.g., of the large intestine between the liver and the diaphragm.
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The interpositions to what they called the non-security situation in the capital Sana'a, and demanded security services to carry out their duties to explain this situation which is embodied in the assassination attempts.
The interpositions of the MPs focused on the difficulty of obtaining fuel by the citizens, calling upon the Government to solve this problem with all of its dimensions.
In response to the discussions and interpositions, Prime Minister Hijab said that the statement was presented within the specified timeframe as per the constitution, and that the government was careful to make sure that the statement can actually be implemented word for word.
The MPs interpositions concentrated on a number of service and developmental demands, most importantly is providing fuel to the citizens during the coming winter and take procedures to avoid any crisis like what happened in last winter.
The Presidential Advisor listened during the meeting to the ambassadors' interpositions and answered their questions which focused mostly on the means to support the Geneva agreement and the six-point plan of the former UN envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan.
Interpositions by Assembly members focused on the need for the government to focus and prioritize the restoration of security and stability, providing citizens' basic needs of food, supplies and fuel, achieving national reconciliation, and devising a rescue plan for areas and individuals damaged by terrorism.