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Welder, wel′dėr, n. a land-tenant holding under the farmer or middleman.
The poultry she raised herself; for the fish, she was a middleman between fishermen and householders.
It is the middleman, the profiteer, the new capitalist here who has become an ugly and a dominant power.
THE DEVIL'S PAWE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
I'm not the principal party in the transaction—I'm only the middleman.
THE MAKING OF A SOULKATHLYN RHODES
The storekeeper is the middleman, really serving both producer and consumer.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
The middleman outfits arrange for orderly and businesslike liaison between the two.
THE COLORS OF SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
If there be more than one man to "present" the paper, the middleman, as a rule, will not allow them to become known to each other.
DISPUTED HANDWRITINGJEROME B. LAVAY
Broker—One who acts as agent or middleman between buyer and seller.
This, in its turn, drives the farmer more into the hands of the middleman.
FIELD AND HEDGEROWRICHARD JEFFERIES
New Orleans recognizes the middleman and protects him—or has protected him until the present time.

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