intercessor


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

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She declined offers of unimaginable treasures and told her father: "Just as you are the intercessor for all Muslims on the Day of Judgment, so let me be the intercessor for the Muslim women on that terrible day.
Moselli has described this poem, called depend on rarity to recourse Intercessor.
The author is also an intercessor, and is always prepared to war against the kingdom of darkness.
Abe has told Hailemariam that he supports the role of Ethiopia, chair of the African Union, as a intercessor in South Sudan's peace process.
Validating Mother's agency as an intercessor, the little girl may also function symbolically as one of Mother's spirits, or at least her comforter, commencing a new phase in Mother's own spiritual healing.
Francis as intercessor, creating "an ideal journey of penitential redemption" (178).
Eileen Townsend has been an intercessor since 1980, owner of a small pharmaceutical company for about 20 years, a nurse, and a Realtor.
This is followed by "A la martir santa Catalina," in which Santa Teresa de Jesus calls on her wise intercessor as a model of feminine virtue, and Lope de Vega's evocative account of the saint's burial on Mt.
I was invited to pray, "Your loving friendship with Jesus, Joseph and Mary makes you a powerful intercessor with the Holy Father.
It is precisely in these close readings that her work is most successful in supporting her two main arguments: first, that the "miscellaneity" of the English Marian miracles is "not necessarily evidence of a lost corpus," but instead reveals much about English Marian devotion (7); second, that a subset of these Marian miracles shows "the Virgin Mary as an intercessor interested in, and supremely situated to take care of, matters legal, textual, and Jewish" (7).
All praise is due to Allah, who has created, made and guided and peace and blessing be upon the most noble creature our leader, beloved and intercessor Muhammad (SAWS).
Under Mubarak, the Christian community increasingly withdrew from participating in political life, and it came to rely on the Coptic Pope, as an intercessor with the government, it added.
Their interest in creating a sort of 'Civic Conservatism'--driven by Burke's conception of the 'little platoons' which (in terms of voluntary organisations, charitable and beneficent organisations and religious or faith groups) offer an important intercessor in social relations between the state and the market--provided the antecedent of David Cameron's 'Big Society'.