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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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It focuses on the need to boost "the number of women involved in peacemaking efforts, and at facilitating the appointment of high-level women mediators at local and international level," according to MWMN's website.
'Any information, statement or document disclosed to the mediator during the ADR proceedings shall be kept secret and no document including any transcript, formal record will be made without the consent of both parties.'
"We are trying our best to act as a mediator to resolve the Yemen crisis," the prime minister had said.
Hart said "emotions ran high" between the parties during these attempts; however, mediation proved successful when the parties selected a mediator who was both familiar with the oil, gas and construction industries as well as that specific Texas locale.
The process of accreditation is continuous as the committee works on building a comprehensive database of mediators with diverse experience across the country.
The regulations have been finalised by the Corporatisation and Compliance Department of SECP and the commission would maintain a panel of certified mediators or conciliators for this purpose.
The mediator's role is to manage the process to give the parties the best chance to reach a settlement.
Med6p is a hallmark component of evolutionarily conserved Mediator complexes and participates in transcriptional activation of many class II genes in S.
The learned judge remarked why a person who was to be court-martialed was made mediator. Becoming mediator by any officer stands where in the perspective of constitution.
Section member and certified mediator Karen Evans of Miami said mandating certification would be an affront to "party self-determination," and "some of the best mediators around" are not certified.
Each of our seven schools had a university student mediator mentor who collaborated with classroom teachers, school administrators, and university professors.
Who makes a good mediator for human service lawsuits?