Use Interim in a Sentence?

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In a sentence one can say, 'The court chose an interim government to rule Egypt after the revolution that removed the sitting president from power until a new election is carried out.' Interim is defined as a period of time between one event and another. An example of interim is a police chief who is in charge until the city hires a full-time police chief.
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interim in a sentence
You are interim manager until he returns from hospital.
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