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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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It seems like a landscape of shadows, and, looking at the unfinished drawing, one surveys all of Hejduk's attempts to find an architecture that could mediate some sort of poetic resonance, the epic scale of which is both inspiring and heart wrenching.
By using structural equation modeling, we examined a goal mediational model in which students' goal orientations were hypothesized to have direct effects on their learning strategies and to mediate effects given by their motivational variables.
Bozionelos and Bennett (1999) hypothesized that past behavior, personal normative beliefs, role beliefs, level of self-monitoring, and sex role identity would mediate the influence of variables drawn from the theory of planned behavior on intention to exercise and actual exercise behavior.
1]R is one of the four G protein-coupled receptors that mediates intracellular signaling induced by angiotensin II (Touyz and Berry 2002).
EPEC mediates its effects on the host cell from the cellular surface.
A services network assumes heterogeneity within and across IT environments, and mediates between disparate transports, standards, and invocation patterns.
In C-star's mediated P2P network, a central server acts as a "broker" and mediates a direct communications link between individual peer computers to ensure the most efficient and robust file transfer.
The argument that physical activity mediates important associations between infrastructure and health is persuasive, and the authors provide numerous international examples that suggest a range of possible solutions within the United States.
The IL-1 signal transduction pathway mediates inflammatory responses, and inhibition of IL-1 signaling relieves inflammatory conditions.