verb (used with object), me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing.
verb (used without object), me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing.
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Jedd suspected that this response was mediated by a long polymer, probably a protein with a repetitive structure.A Newfound Source of Cellular Order in the Chemistry of Life|Viviane Callier|January 7, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Despite frequent walks and bike rides outside with my family, I felt like a brain in a jar, a mind without a body, living a life mediated through my 13-inch laptop screen.
Mediating in this biased way is in fact only facilitating the continued occupation and colonization of Palestine.
The full moon opposes the Sun, Tuesday, with Neptune as the mediating planet.
Larry's crime here was mediating between the energy industry and the state of California.
The mediating nature of the processes involved in nourishment is revealing.
New levels of language and new, limited, functionally designed languages are generated and used for mediating.
The computer is one of the varied embodiments of these mediating elements, but by no means the only one.
In 1507 we find him as an artist helping to value his friend's picture, and mediating between the convent and Bernardo del Bianco.Fra Bartolommeo and Andrea D'Agnolo|Leader Scott
These writings are the mediating theology of those distant days.