In between is intermediate scrutiny, which requires laws to be “substantially related to an important government interest.”
The intermediate and distal phalanges of the index finger show contraction, as if the Palestinian Arab were squeezing something.
Money from the relief fund will be distributed beginning in mid-January 2013 to assist with intermediate and long-term recovery.
An intermediate strategy of improving Iran's behavior seems more achievable.
It was, the report said, “consistent with a wound of entrance of intermediate range.”
The first cause is mentioned, and not the intermediate cause or causes.
Now there is no intermediate between the terms of either of these two pairs.
They form thus, in the centres of the population, a sort of intermediate caste between the Whites and the natives.
But those contraries which have an intermediate are not subject to any such necessity.
It is so arranged that the balls can be thrown any intermediate distance required up to 200 yards, and at any elevation.
intermediate in·ter·me·di·ate (ĭn'tər-mē'dē-ĭt)
Lying or occurring in a middle position or state. n.
A substance formed in the course of a chemical reaction or the synthesis of a desired end product that then participates in the the process until it is either deactivated or consumed.