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vocabulary from classical roots E 1 pono-2

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Interpose
To insert between parts of something; to interject in a converstaion.
Interpose
The correction of the Julian calendar authorized by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 eliminated ten days and ____________ an extra day every four years.
Interpose
To apply pressure or influence; to meddle; to interfere.
Interpose
When the vicar's bride arrives in Hatfield, she __________________ herself as the arranger of entertainments, usurping the role that Emma Woodhouse has hitherto claimed as hers.
Juxtapose
To place side by side
Juxtaposes
In the poem "Pied Beauty", Gerard Manley Hopkins ______________ contrasting words- "swift, slow; sweet, sour; adazzle, dim"- to illustrate the marvel of the world's diverse forms and textures.
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to place