A delegation of former Republican secretaries of Labor even offered to mediate.
The deputy offered by Leung to mediate, Carrie Lam, is also hated by many.
I would try to mediate his feuds with other teachers or the more authoritarian vice principal before they blew up.
Savile allegedly helped to mediate between Charles and Diana as their marriage foundered.
This had led to another nasty episode that Inez had been forced to mediate.
Then King Inge came a second time, and pacified them; and both agreed that he should mediate between them.
At the same time, offer to mediate between Germany and Japan.
It is a form of indirect or mediate comparison, whereas, the ordinary Judgment is a form of immediate or direct comparison.
Shall I try to mediate—as a neutral, as a benevolent neutral?
How, then, can we frame principles of mediate reasoning, about such things?
mediate me·di·ate (mē'dē-āt')
v. me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing, me·di·ates
To effect or convey as an intermediate agent or mechanism. adj. (-ĭt)
Being in a middle position.