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someone who acts as an intermediate agent in a transaction or helps to resolve differences

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His history as a critic of the Pakistani military and intelligence services allowed him to act as a somewhat neutral go-between.
Asked about a Gaddafi representative making an offer of talks, former justice minister Mustafa Abdel Jalil and council chairman said Gaddafi had not sent anyone himself, but that activist lawyers from Tripoli had volunteered as go-betweens.
The head of the Japan Sumo Association resigned after the nation's ancient sport was beleaguered by a gambling scandal involving top wrestlers and coaches, with gangsters acting as go-betweens.
Often the Pacific unit staff act as the go-betweens between families and clinical staff.
Mogel admits to having a fondness for "cult" bands, such as Applied Communications, Television Personalities and the Go-Betweens.
Knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by the team of Simon Schaffer, Lissa Roberts, Kapil Raj, and James Delbourgo, "The Brokered World: Go-Betweens and Global Intelligence, 1770-1820" is an impressively informative anthology of scholarly essays by a diversity of learned authors analyzing forms of knowledge production (from anatomy, chemistry, and natural history to chronology, philology, jurisprudence, astronomy, survey science, and engineering) during the keynote historical period the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Among the facts detailed in the case against Stanley were "cultural meetings" held by Stanley and co-workers in which they discussed which agents to use as go-betweens for their bribes.
Metcalf surveys and categorizes the go-betweens who mediated between indigenous and European societies in Brazil during the first half of the sixteenth century, arguing that despite several well-known examples of indigenous women as go-betweens, men in fact dominated this role.
Israel said that they began through Turkish go-betweens in February 2007.
allegedly used go-betweens to reach Jones, who paid $15,000 in two installments after the shooting, according to a police report obtained Monday.
Meanwhile, Tony Blair faces being interviewed by Scotland Yard over the pounds 650,000 donations to the party from property tycoon David Abrahams using go-betweens.
Taliban spokesman Qari Yousef Ahmadi said yesterday that the South Koreans - mostly females in their 20s and 30s - would be freed "in the coming days" with the involvement of tribal elders, who would act as go-betweens.
Talent scouts and Cuban exile community go-betweens are expected to contact the better prospects on the Cuban team, raising the risk of new defections.
For Lewis, this view rests upon an excessive valorization of evidence drawn from the activities of subaltern castes as go-betweens in financial, labour, and judicial transactions between Spaniards and Indians; in contrast, she elevates the shadow world of magical transactions to demonstrate that castas occupied a much more fluid position than has often been assumed.
Contracts are provided by processors that act as go-betweens for the airline and the bank that issued the card, The Associated Press reported.