intermediatory

intermediatory

(ˌɪntəˈmiːdʒətərɪ)
adj
mediatory
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The PTI candidates are often found looking for some ways to contact their leadership but it is quite tedious and involves the approvals of various intermediatory authorities.
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Shah through his intermediatory, a former first class cricketer, contacted players and had them signed for the event.
Positive association, in local release, of luteal oxytocin with endothelin 1 and prostaglandin F2alpha during spontaneous luteolysis in the cow: a possible intermediatory role for luteolytic cascade within the corpus luteum.
He suggested that the Government should wave the intermediatory regulatory duties to provide some space to businessmen.
He said an entrepreneur is "one who undertakes an enterprise, especially a contractor, acting as intermediatory between capital and labour."
Kelly, who will be installed as President at the GAA's annual congress in Belfast today, has been asked by the Leinster Council to act as an intermediatory in the row over who chairs the Dublin Overarching Committee.
He proposes to classify SNTV, and for that matter limited vote systems, as PR, eliminating the intermediatory category between plurality and PR.
Police are still investigating Lewis' claims last September that he had been approached as an intermediatory for the England team to influence the result of a Test during last summer's series against New Zealand, although after interviewing all the players involved they have cleared them of any wrongdoing.
Police are still investigating Lewis' claims that last September he had been approached as an intermediatory for the England team to influence the result of a Test during last summer's series against New Zealand, although after interviewing all the players involved they have cleared them of any wrongdoing.
In the third or final stage of Oblate/Dene relationship, McCarthy depicts "an increasingly separate life-style." Early on, it was the intermediatory role played by the Metis and the Dene with the Hudson's Bay Company that advanced the mission status of the Oblates.