But since this is set in our technologically assisted present, that love is mediated by gadgetry.
The Swiss government has mediated talks between Georgia and Russia over the dispute.
For more than a century, journalists have mediated between knowledge-holders and information consumers.
El Zomor said the Islamists had become more flexible on key issues and that mediated communication with the army is ongoing.
Think of the deep, human connections forged, mediated by first and last names!
"Yes; it does put us in rather a tight place," mediated Chilminster.
He mediated between the two, and so "cheap excursions" came into being.
Lil looked up from her mediated state and glared at me as I pored over the hardcopy, nodding enthusiastically.
Had its claims been founded on mediated revelation, he could not have honoured it more.
They also mediated between still earlier truths and what in those days were novel observations.
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.