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

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Essential to this picture is the historical, political and social context, which Stenders depicts by introducing several contemporaries of The Go-Betweens.
The third type of immigration superpowers are go-betweens, which use their geography to extract concessions from migration-phobic neighbors.
Shockingly, Barnardo's also reports cases of teenage boys as go-betweens to hook girls up with older men.
Including go-betweens, the journeys used to link the images, the Corsa accrued 9,750 miles, averaged 221 miles a day, consumed 961 litres of petrol, achieved 45mpg and only had one incident, where a pigeon collided with its door mirror.
Key points include that captivity was part of a complex landscape of trade, war, and diplomacy in which Turks captured Western (but not Eastern) Christians in retaliation for violations of treaties forbidding Western citizens to work for enemy countries of the Ottomans, Western Christians kidnapped Jews (but not Eastern Christians) as cultural go-betweens to the Arab world, and people's roles could slide between prisoner, captive, and servant.
Israel had earlier said it was ready to agree to an extension as Egyptian go-betweens pursued talks with Israeli and Palestinian delegates in Cairo on ending the war that has devastated the Hamas-controlled enclave.
Home to jangly romantics Orange Juice, the Go-Betweens and Aztec Camera, Postcard began the long career of Edwyn Collins and kicked off a whole tradition of arch, lovelorn pop, leaving a legacy far greater than the label's brief lifespan would suggest.
Now Gattuso, along with former Milan team-mate Christian Brocchi, has been embroiled in the scandal after investigators identified phone and text message contact with these go-betweens ahead of games.
The program has features that make it easy to see who called whom the most and to identify clans and go-betweens.
The probe is focusing on the full supply chain from the source and go-betweens to the Irish trader believed to have imported the contaminated meat.
I have heard that Mourinho's go-betweens have been putting it about that he and Madrid will definitely part company in the summer.
During a press briefing held Thursday in conjunction with this meeting, the European official also said that the EIB financial go-betweens operating on the Tunisian territory will be, henceforth, autonomous, in their decision making for granting or not micro-credits to the applicants of this service.
Australian-born Elizabeth explains: "When we first discussed the album with our producer, I suggested that the feel of Europe should be somewhere between A New England by Kirsty Macoll and Cattle and Cane by The Go-Betweens.
It is thought agents acting on behalf of other clubs have been working as go-betweens to express an interest in him.
At least a third of the attendees were parents, either accompanying their children, acting as go-betweens for the more reserved, or brokering deals with other parents for arranged romances.