I may it clear that I have no authority to wade into conflicts between parents, and my role is not that of mediator.
The White House is maneuvering to cast the president as the mediator, rather than a party in the dispute.
But exacting concessions from the mediator is not the point.
No doubt Obama chose Egypt to highlight its growing role as a mediator between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
Meanwhile, the White House is maneuvering to cast the president as the mediator, rather than a party in the dispute.
A mediator is indeed necessary for man since the fall; but man is not left to choose his mediator.
In the transition from dualism to monism Malebranche served as a mediator.
No one would accept a mediator whom he believed would be wanting in any of these respects in his relations to him.
I cannot allow any mediator between myself and Mr. Nejdanov.
By writing the Gospel Mark became an interpreter or mediator of the preaching of Peter.
mid-14c., from Late Latin mediatorem (nominative mediator) "one who mediates," agent noun from past participle stem of mediari "to intervene, mediate," also "to be or divide in the middle," from Latin medius "in the middle" (see medial (adj.)). Originally applied to Christ, who in Christian theology "mediates" between God and man. Meaning "one who intervenes between two disputing parties" is first attested late 14c. Feminine form mediatrix (originally of the Virgin Mary) from c.1400. Related: Mediatorial; mediatory.