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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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- To be sure, Rocco Mediate's three previous appearances at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic were nothing like yesterday.
And Woods won at the 19th hole with a par, after Mediate hooked his tee-shot at the par-four seventh.
Only then did Woods kill off the challenge of the 45-year-old when Mediate bogeyed the seventh hole.
After staying alive with a 15-foot putt on Sunday Woods again birdied the last to stop 45-year-old qualifier Mediate becoming the championship's oldest winner.
Mediate, 45, was bidding to become the oldest first-time winner of a major championship and twice had victory within his grasp, only for Woods to birdie the 72nd hole in regulation on Sunday to force an 18-hole play-off and then repeat the feat yesterday at 18 to send their duel into sudden death.
Woods battled pain in the knee all week, forcing the play-off with Mediate by producing a 72nd hole birdie and repeating the feat in yesterday's play-off at the 18th hole before sealing the championship at the seventh on the first hole of sudden death.
With world No157 Mediate holding a one-stroke lead after signing for a level-par final round 71 and watching on a monitor, Woods holed a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th to force an 18-hole play-off today after the 13-time Major winner recovered from shipping three shots in his first two holes to card a fourth round 73.
With world number 157 Mediate holding a one-stroke lead after signing for a level-par final round 71 and watching on a monitor, Woods holed a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th to force an 18-hole play-off this afternoon after the 13-time Major winner recovered from shipping three shots in his first two holes to card a fourth round 73.
With world No 157 Mediate holding a one stroke lead after signing for a level-par final round 71 and watching on a monitor, Woods holed a 15ft birdie putt on the 18th to force an 18-hole play-off today.
Author Mary Greenwood does it again with "How to Mediate Like a Pro: 42 Rules for Mediating Disputes." This follows her book "How to Negotiate Like a Pro," which has now won six awards and this new one is just as impressive.
The next step in actively managing conflict is to decide if you are adequately positioned to mediate the conflict.
Will Kymlicka, speaking at the Multicultural Futures conference, suggested that immigrant groups in Canada need an "elite segment," defined as a group that can mediate and negotiate the group's status and issues in Canadian society.
Clearly, Sue views her options in this situation as dichotomous: (a) staying true to the belief that her role is to mediate divorce cases, which will inevitably lead to the end of her mediation practice, or (b) succumbing to the judges' desires for her to change her role to an arbitrator of divorce cases in order to maintain her practice.
This quantitative study explores how mothers mediate writing with their children, and makes comparisons across two writing activities.
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.