other words for mediate
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She knew his worldly views—she knew also the pride of her affianced, and, she felt that she alone could mediate between the two.
Pyrrhus, who had tried to mediate between Tarentum and Rome, meeting with non-success, advances on Rome.
Nevertheless Great Britain was willing to mediate, on condition that Spain would make reasonable concessions.
The customary use of relative terms justifies some Mediate Inferences, as, The father of a father is a grand-father.
Our action at a distance upon all that surrounds us is mediate and not immediate.
To this the Ash'arans reply that orders are of two kinds, immediate and mediate.
These mediate and external causes act with more vigor when the immediate and internal causes favor the effect.
Time, as the immediate condition of our representations, is also the mediate condition of appearances.
Four elective Commissions were to mediate between the Council and the Pope.
The modes of infection, immediate and mediate, are the main points to notice in this connection.
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