Origin of mediator
Related formsme·di·a·tor·ship, nounun·der·me·di·a·tor, noun
Examples from the Web for mediator
I may it clear that I have no authority to wade into conflicts between parents, and my role is not that of mediator.Pediatrician: Don’t Make Your Kid’s Healthcare a Proxy in Your Divorce Battles|Russell Saunders|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But exacting concessions from the mediator is not the point.Jonathan Pollard Means Israeli-American Squabbling Instead of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiation|Raphael Magarik|July 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When companies find themselves in seemingly irresolvable disputes with each other, they often bring in a mediator.Washington Should Use CEOs as Mediators to Resolve Debt Debate|Tom Rogers|February 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“I think they know their interests lie in being a mediator in this case and brokering a ceasefire,” she said.
IGF-1 functions as a mediator for human growth hormone (HGH), which plays a critical role in the aging process.
The poor must ever have a champion, a savior, a mediator, or they are ground beneath a relentless heel.A Tame Surrender, A Story of The Chicago Strike|Charles King
The Mediator conducts the destroying angel to fulfil the will of God.Notes On The Apocalypse|David Steele
But am I not still unrestrained from declaring myself the entitler, the mediator, and the own self?
The State cannot endure that man stand in a direct relation to man; it must step between as—mediator, must—intervene.
He was to act as mediator between them and the inhabitants of the countries they were to visit.Great African Travellers|W.H.G. Kingston