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in·ter·ven·tion·ist

 (ĭn′tər-vĕn′shə-nĭst)
adj.
Relating to or advocating interventionism.
n.
1. One who favors or advocates interventionism.
2. One who organizes or leads interventions, as in confronting a person's substance abuse.

interventionist

(ˌɪntəˈvɛnʃənɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, relating to, or advocating intervention, esp in the affairs of a foreign country
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an interventionist person or state
ˌinterˈventionism n
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interventionist

adjective meddling, interfering, intrusive, obtrusive, meddlesome, interruptive interventionist industrial policy
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interventionist

[ˌɪntəˈvenʃənɪst]
A. ADJintervencionista
B. Nintervencionista mf

interventionist

[ˌɪntərˈvɛnʃənɪst]
adj (= not laissez-faire) → interventionniste
the interventionist industrial policy of the government → la politique industrielle interventionniste du gouvernement

interventionist

nInterventionist(in) m(f)
adjinterventionistisch

interventionist

[ˌɪntəˈvɛnʃnɪst] adj & ninterventista (m/f)
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This he said while addressing the cardiologists and percutaneous interventionists of the country at the ongoing second interventional workshop jointly organized by National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Pakistan Cardiac Society and Society of Interventional Cardiology.
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The term joins the list of professional titles such as hospitalists, intensivists, and interventionists introduced by the health care industry over the past several years, the association said.
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On foreign policy, the now-dominant Republican, pro-democracy interventionists may make common cause with their like-minded Democratic counterparts (of whom there are surprisingly large numbers, starting with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright) to form a new consensus between neoliberals and neoconservatives, based around explicit use of American power, including the military option, to assert American values.
The gang interventionists have gotten some government help to fund community centers, and to run music, after-school and other youth programs.
The present qualitative study was completed by nurse interventionists who conducted individual telephone calls to family caregivers of seriously ill cancer patients.
On the other hand, this resistance can also be interpreted and appreciated as the stark realism with which concerned interventionists are confronted.
Sensitive and knowledgeable interventionists are essential in observing adverse treatment outcomes.
A concern exists that early interventionists lack adequate means of monitoring the individual progress of young children particularly infants and toddlers, children birth to three years old (e.
Some would-be interventionists withhold their support until an international force (under the auspices of the UN, most commentators urge) can be created and the criteria for intervention can be standardized and/or codified, to remove them as far as possible from the decision-making of self-interested states.
An increasing number of neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons and back interventionists have adopted the SpineJet products in a variety of spine procedures, including open and MIS fusion and discectomy.

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