Origin of intermediate1
verb (used without object), in·ter·me·di·at·ed, in·ter·me·di·at·ing.
Origin of intermediate2
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Contemporary Examples of intermediate
That leaves a huge gap in the middle, where intermediate black holes (IMBHs) could exist.The Goldilocks of Black Holes
Matthew R. Francis
August 24, 2014
Geniuses joined the realm of intermediate beings, alternately exalted and tormented by celestial visions.What is a Genius?
November 9, 2013
Terrain is classified as 27 percent easier; 41 percent intermediate; 32 percent most difficult.
Roughly 25 percent is rated beginner terrain; 45 percent intermediate; and 30 percent expert.
Money from the relief fund will be distributed beginning in mid-January 2013 to assist with intermediate and long-term recovery.Sandy Dollars Still Pouring In
Lizzie Crocker, Caitlin Dickson
December 14, 2012
Historical Examples of intermediate
Then the intermediate state of rest will be pleasure and will also be pain?
A state which is intermediate, and a sort of repose of the soul about either—that is what you mean?
There are no intermediate steps which lead from one to the other.Timaeus
For in passing from the greater to the less it must reach an intermediate point, which is equality.Parmenides
Now these spirits or intermediate powers are many and diverse, and one of them is Love.'Symposium