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in ter jek shuhn

  • n  an abrupt emphatic exclamation expressing emotion
  • n  the action of interjecting or interposing an action or remark that interrupts

  • I've heard nigger used as an honorific, an insult, a verb and even an interjection.
  • Interjections like 'frak' are usually translated as 'kuso,' which means feces and is used as a slimilar interjection to 'frak' or 'sheesh' in Japanese.
  • If the deluge of material was sometimes bewildering, the rhythmic interjection of such confessed conspirators as John Dean, Jeb Stuart Magruder, Herbert Kalmbach and Fred LaRue .
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  • 3 doctors criticize bill on abortion
    Three Columbus-area doctors say a new, sweeping anti-abortion bill would force them to lie to their patients and could put women’s lives at risk. As Rep. Ron Hood, R-Ashville, explained to a House committee why his bill would “protect mothers from making a decision they may long regret,” doctors down the hall were slamming the proposal as a dangerous interjection of politics into their medical ...
    June 20, 2013 - The Columbus Dispatch

  • Kurt Busch in Scene Daily (registration)
    Quite a bit of work is going down, but in the end this car of tomorrow is going to be a good thing,Busch said. "I can't say that right now it's approved by everybody's standards but for us and myself the interjection of safety is obviously...
  • Spike Lee in Winnipeg Sun
    I was drawn by James' novel,Lee says almost reverentially. "His interjection -- or you might say his fusion -- of spiritualism, of mysticism, of religion and of all those things in the story, made it more than the typical War Two film for...
  • Marc Crawford in Los Angeles Times
    He'sa very committed player away from the puck,Crawford said. "That is a nice interjection to our team. We didn't have a lot of that last year. We all believe Mike can be better. Last night, he had a number of opportunities to make plays...

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