Definition of Interposition. Meaning of Interposition. Synonyms of Interposition

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Definition of Interposition

Interposition
Interposition In`ter*po*si"tion (?; 277), n. [L. interpositio a putting between, insertion, fr. interponere, interpositum: cf. F. interposition. See Interpone, Position.] 1. The act of interposing, or the state of being interposed; a being, placing, or coming between; mediation. 2. The thing interposed.

Meaning of Interposition from wikipedia

- Interposition is a claimed right of a U.S. state to oppose actions of the federal government that the state deems unconstitutional. Under the theory of...
- In telecommunication, the term interposition trunk has the following meanings: 1. A single direct transmission channel, e.g., voice-frequency circuit...
- An interpositive, intermediate positive, IP or master positive is an orange-based motion picture film with a positive image made from the edited camera...
- Ileal Interposition is a Metabolic Surgery procedure, used to treat overweight diabetic patients through surgical means. First presented by the Brazilian...
- Interposition is an ****erted right of a U.S. state to oppose actions of the federal government. Interposition may also refer to: Interposition trunk, a...
- states is the proper remedy. The Virginia Resolutions of 1798 refer to "interposition" to express the idea that the states have a right to "interpose" to...
- improvement of muscle strength. Interpositional arthroplasty, previously a po****r form of arthroplasty, with interposition of some other tissue like skin...
- the federal government's constitutional powers. The related idea of interposition is a theory that a state has the right and the duty to "interpose" itself...
- side of the perforation with minimal tension. An interposition graft is also often used. The interposition graft provides extended stability and also structure...
- Dolichocolon may predispose to abnormal rotation (see volvulus) and interposition between the diaphragm and the liver (see Chilaiditi syndrome). It is...