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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

Antonyms

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

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Thirdly, transdisciplinarity is a principle of research, and not, or at most mediately, namely when the theories themselves follow transdisciplinary research programmes, a theoretical principle.
Helped by this treasure trove of formation, Colin and Hooper mediately began work researching King's stammer by watching chive footage of the King and eeting contemporary speech erapists.
The Centre's massage team imS mediately went into action and a clinical treatment room was set up backstage.
Here and in the surrounding countryside during the days ira mediately following D-Day, Canadians attempted to expand the bridgehead and fought some very fierce battles against elements of the 12th SS Panzer Division and, in particular, Colonel Kurt Mever's 25th SS Panzergrenadier Regiment.
And when discussing a passage from his own "Resolution and Independence," he writes of "the conferring, the abstracting, and the modifying powers of the Imagination, immediately and mediately acting.
As Rosebury succinctly explains, "[The Ainulindale's] fundamental mythical conception, the world as a Great Music made visible, its history a fulfillment of creative purposes which proceed both directly from God and mediately from him [.
88) As such, Corwin wrote, "[t]he sole difference between the Constitution of the United States and the imperial legislation justified in this famous text is that the former is assumed to have proceeded immediately from the people, while the latter proceeded from a like source only mediately.
In a letter of 23 December 1908 to Lady Welby he wrote: a sign is "anything which is so determined by something else, called its Object, and so determines an effect upon a person, which effect I call its Interpretant, that the latter is thereby mediately determined by the former.
In regard to schemes (1), (2) and (3), they may be subdivided further into principles that are either (a) apprehended immediately, directly, intuitively; or (b) comprehended mediately, relationally, discursively, indirectly, inferentially.
The world is the work of lowly powers which though they may mediately be descended from Him do not know the true God and obstruct the knowledge of Him in the cosmos over which they rule.
those affected only mediately or in the long-run will comprise two
at *41 ("[N]o human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this [law of nature]; and such of them as are valid derive all their force, and all their authority, mediately or immediately, from this original.
We assume short-run money neutrality, that is, that it takes time for changes in the money supply to have effects on GDP and prices; the effects do not happen im mediately.
12b, where it was said that "it is an incident to the king that all lands are held of him, and there cannot be any lands that are not held of him, mediately or immediately" [translated by author]; and second, on Lowe's Case (1603), 9 Co.
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