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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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Disregarding MBGR' distinctive tests for speech evaluation, it was chosen to gather data related to omission, substitution, distortion (lateral lisp and distortion of phoneme /r/) and lingual interposition (/t/,/d/,/n/,/l/,/s/,/z/) whenever visual observation was possible.
There is urgent need for implementation of community based interpositions for educating people about the osteoporosis risks during their life.
The centrality of the figure of petitioning in Hope Leslie thus derives from the novel's reflection of and participation in the shifting contours of women's political discourse and the cultural dimensions of their petitions as rhetorical interpositions, both spoken and written.
The Council members discussed the draft budget of 2016, and the 9th Five-Year (2016-2020) development plan, and report of the expanded Committee, taking into account the economic conditions experienced by the global economy in general as a result of the drop in oil prices and the consequent repercussions, in the light of the outcomes of the sessions extensive discussions and the interpositions of the members in preparation for submission to the Council of Ministers.
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.
In their interpositions , the participants made a number of proposals and views aimed at creating the appropriate atmospheres to ensure the success of the dialogue.
The conference, before the concluding session, continued its third session to listen to comments and interpositions made by Arab parliaments' speakers and Chairmen of several Arab and International parliamentary organizations and authorities participating in the conference.
The interpositions of the People's Assembly members focused on providing citizens' necessities and needs, combating terrorism, preserving security and safety, expediting national reconciliation, and healing wounds and closing rifts.
AaAaAaAa The conference will discuss new strategies of rehabilitation and training of documents and archives' specialists for the 21st century through a number of interpositions at the general session and the conference's sideline sessions.
Al-Jawjari had visited Syria several times during the current crisis along with other journalists to inspect the reality of events firsthand far from media fabrications, and he tried to relate the true image through his magazine and through his several interpositions on Egyptian and Arab satellite channels.
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.
He clarified that the decision was directly taken without the General Secretariat report being reviewed or discussed, underlining that more interpositions on the decision were not allowed during the meeting.