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Synonyms for mediate

Synonyms for mediate

act between parties with a view to reconciling differences

occupy an intermediate or middle position or form a connecting link or stage between two others

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acting through or dependent on an intervening agency

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being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series

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iii) What are the results of adding each of the secondary projections that achieve the same objective but mediately, for example cortico-thalamic projections in layer 6 projecting to the reticular nucleus of the thalamus, which in turn triggers inhibitory projections to the thalamic corresponding subnuclei considered?
On the 16th June at 7 oClock in the morning we had the route to march mediately from Grammont in Flanders to oin the Grand Army marched on that day ill 11 oClock at night and halted for about 5 houers next morning march of till about 7 oClock in the Evning the 17th at which time we joined the Army which was in formation for action we imediately found line but nothing dun that night, on the 18th about 10 o'clock the Battle Begun and Continued very hot till about 8 oClock in the evening at which time the French begin to retreat
It is binding over all the globe, in all countries, and at all times: no human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this; and such of them as are valid derive all their force, and all their authority, mediately or immediately, from this original.
by God, although mediately by spirit, or corruption, or both" (Clapham, 1603, no page number).
The state exists immediately in custom, mediately in individual self-consciousness, knowledge, and activity, while self-consciousness in virtue of its sentiment towards the state, finds in the state, as its essence and the end-product of its activity, its substantive freedom.
It is binding over all the globe in all countries, and at all times: no human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this, and such of them as are valid derive all their force, and all their authority, mediately or immediately, from this original.
According to New York Debtor & Creditor Law section 278(1), the judgment creditor has no rights against "a purchaser for fair consideration without knowledge of the fraud at the time of the purchase, or one who has derived title immediately or mediately from such a purchaser.
And this guilt or obligation to punishment with respect to the violation of Gods Law is called guilt of Conscience because the Devine Law is that which only either mediately or immediately lays hold upon the Conscience as I shall have occasion at large to declare when I come to the particular discussion of the part of the Divine Law which is called the Law of Nature;
Participants were observed during (a) baseline, prior to the administration of a functional analysis, (b) im mediately after the administration of functional analysis, and (c) days after the completion of the functional analysis.
In the process of being internalised within the organisation, however, the legal construct is transformed and institutionalised through processes of interpretation and adaptation, so that the legal construct is only mediately connected to the legal domain and may now carry very different meaning and effects which are part of the organisation's own legal culture (Edelman & Suchman 1999: 978; Edelman 2003: 241-2).
28) "Which is not derived from the People, either immediately by their personall consent, or agreement, or mediately by the mutuall consent of those, who are elected by the People to represent them".
11) Rather, what Christ makes known is always imperfectly and mediately understood as the reader's will, in imitation of Christ's incarnate example, becomes transformed and conformed to the intent of the Divine Author whose leading through the Garden of Gethsemane (Lk.
mediately following the General Session, Robert Easter, president of the University of Illinois, introduced the Global Challenges Forum with a presentation of his own, and then moderated a panel of international speakers and session attendees.