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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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News reports last week suggested that France and the US were tipped to resume mediating Syrian-Israeli talks, but AL WATAN reported that Azeri President Aliyev has undertaken the task.
Language within scaffolding performs the function of a tool that assists in the mediating the minds of those involved in the task (Luria, 1981).
In addition, we identify common mediating variables through which a number of often-cited behavioral theories are activated and present example intervention methodology to help researchers and educators think about using this framework as a basis for designing future interventions.
Mexico's Conference of Catholic Bishops, which previously closed ranks in support of Bishop Ruiz, has been promoting a new mediating body which this time is to be open to representatives of non-Catholic churches.
Brent's first attempt at mediation, while still a young child, is a viable compromise between her forlorn state of motherlessness and the succor of maternal care - a mediating object to help buffer her against the raging storm of institutional slavery.
If this traidic relationship is necessary, then one questions the place of de Vries' excellent paper on West Dani women in mediating the acceptance of a Western cultural alternative.
In 1986, according to a study by William Warters, Associate Director of the Wayne State University Program on Mediating Theory and Democratic Systems.
Burton meditates on this mediation, on the distances within seemingly intimate proximity: sex mediated by the possibility of the performance of sex, the mirror mediating that mediation, the entire scene mediated by the erotic life of the household objects in the frame.
In addition, the mediating role of the health service delivery system is also a topic that deserves mention and would increase the relevance of this work to a host of health service delivery planners.
The cytoskeleton provides a flexible framework for the cell and is involved in mediating numerous cellular functions, from cell shape and structure to programmed cell death.
A common concern about mediating malpractice claims physician resistance due to the reporting requirements of the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB).
The [environmental ADR] field had been proving that mediating and assisting parties created better and more timely solutions," Emerson says.