Battilana’s safety, intervened.
But the First World War intervened.
In Libya, the U.S. intervened and did not occupy, and the result was a costly disaster.
Half of the squads effectively ignored them and only intervened when the public complained.
The police have intervened and arrested some protesters.
During a fierce snowstorm, security forces blocked delivery of tents until a cabinet member intervened.
Eventually, Bangladesh's coast guard, bowing under the pressure from local media and human rights groups, intervened.
(The army again intervened in 1958 and remained the dominant force in politics until the rise of the Baʿath Party 10 years later.)
In the meantime, another 17 states, led by California, intervened to defend the law, as did the House, now controlled by Democrats.
Tensions between Russia and the West ramped up sharply in 2014, after Russia annexed Crimea and intervened militarily in eastern Ukraine.
With the situation rapidly sliding towards violent confrontation, King George V intervened to bring the parties together at Buckingham Palace for an emergency conference in July 1914.
The popes, who had long intervened in European political affairs, faced setbacks when European monarchs acquired new power and asserted it against both the papacy and the local clergy.
At the Chicago hospital, for example, the city’s Public Health Department intervened, warning that it should not use antibody tests to determine whether emergency workers were actively infected.
At least 16 people who had been issued removal directions were granted last minute reprieve after solicitors intervened and challenged their deportation on the basis that they were trafficking victims.
From 1216 the Hoysala kings obtained lands in the Chola country, former Chola feudatories threw off their allegiance, northern powers intervened, and the upheaval facilitated the Pandya conquest of the Chola country in 1257.
Though Beijing has in years past maintained its currency, the renminbi, at artificially low levels to make its goods cheap on world markets, it has in recent months intervened aggressively in the other direction, propping up its value against the dollar.
Harrys Puusepp, spokesman for the Estonian Internal Security Service, told The Associated Press last Thursday that the police agency "intervened in early January because of a suspicion of danger" and "suspended this person's activities in" Feuerkrieg Division.
Fox News, One America News Network (OAN), and Newsmax have backed off of promoting unfounded conspiracy theories that Dominion and a rival company, Smartmatic, illegally intervened to funnel votes to Biden, as the voting-systems companies become increasingly litigious.
Labour has called for Robert Jenrick to make a statement to parliament after it emerged a billionaire developer donated to the Conservatives two weeks after the communities secretary intervened in a planning decision to potentially save the businessman millions of pounds.
When former President Obama visited Greece last November on his final foreign trip, some Syriza officials, bitter that his administration had not intervened more forcefully during the financial crisis, mocked his speech as a funeral oration for his own legacy, worthy of Pericles.
- get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force
- be placed or located between other things or extend between spaces and events
- occur between other event or between certain points of time
Example: the war intervened between the birth of her two children
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