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me·di·a·tor

(mē'dē-ā'tŏr, -tōr),
An intermediary substance or thing; a substance released from cells that regulates or causes physiologic consequences.

mediator

(mē′dē-ā′tər)
n.
1. One that mediates, especially one that reconciles differences between disputants.
2. Physiology A substance or structure that mediates a specific response in a bodily tissue.
3. Physics A subatomic particle that effects or conveys a force between subatomic particles.

mediator

A thing or agent that carries out a process or reaction.

mediator

(mē′dē-ā″tŏr)
1. Any substance or anatomical structure that transmits information between two reagents, cells, tissues, or organs.
2. Neutral third party who facilitates agreements by helping disputing parties to identify their needs and work toward mutually agreeable solutions.
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While mediator training is important, she said, "I do not think it is the be all and end all.
Over two-thirds (68 percent) of respondents believe that, in all filed circuit civil disputes, the parties should mediate with a Florida Supreme Court certified circuit civil mediator.
The results indicated that peer mediation had significant positive results for mediator and non-mediator attitudes about conflict, understanding of conflict, and perceptions of school climate.
5) The ethical mediator in that situation--when an applicable rule requires good-faith conduct--should consider informing the parties of the rule during the opening statement.
44) Where the mediator promotes settlement without regard to, or inconsistently with, the legal rights of a party/the parties, the outcome of the mediation may be unjust.
Linking requires mediators to go to the Labor Office and take a linkage number," Mohammad Jabbar, an agent, said.
Having these classifications in mind, it can be tempting for the mediator seeing the different nationalities coming to the mediation to conclude that the US executive will show Individualistic characteristics and the Chinese executive Collectivist characteristics.
There's no doubt that those are all qualities that a talented, effective mediator should have," said Sarah.
Today, French dailies Le Figaro and Liberation reported that two researchers who used to work for Servier have said that the studies for the Mediator drug were falsified.
Bicultural persons do not necessarily become cultural mediators, and they have a choice of becoming a cultural mediator or not (Bochner, 1981; McLeod, 1981).
During their visit, the mediators and observers met in Chisinau with Prime Minister Pavel Filip, Speaker of Parliament Andrian Candu, Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration and Chief Negotiator Gheorghe Balan, and Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Andrei Galbur.
Further, this agency agreement was registered with the Agents and Mediators Registrar in Jordan in accordance with Jordanian Law.