- the act of intermediating.
Origin of intermediation
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Examples from the Web for intermediation
But on second thought she gave up this intermediation, for reasons which it would have been impossible for her to define.The Faith Doctor
The former is a reflex cause of disturbance, probably through the intermediation of the solar plexus.
The significance of the distinction lies in the intermediation of the general organic unity, not in a qualitative division.
Practically all of Wagners music that is available for the pianist he owes to Liszts able intermediation.Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works
Edward Baxter Perry
Was it by the intermediation of Tertulla that Crassus was reconciled with Csar?History of Julius Caesar Vol. 1 of 2
Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.