via media


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via me·di·a

 (mē′dē-ə, mĕd′ē-ə, mā′dē-ə)
n.
The middle course or way.

[Latin : via, way + media, feminine of medius, middle.]

via media

(ˈvaɪə ˈmiːdɪə)
n
a compromise between two extremes; middle course

vi•a me•di•a

(ˈvaɪ ə ˈmi di ə, ˈmeɪ-, ˈvi ə; Lat. ˈwi ɑ ˈmɛ di ɑ)
n.
a middle way; a mean between two extremes.
[1835–45; < Latin]

via media

A Latin phrase meaning middle way, used to mean a compromise.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.via media - a middle way between two extremesvia media - a middle way between two extremes  
cooperation - joint operation or action; "their cooperation with us was essential for the success of our mission"
Translations

via media

n (fig form)Mittelweg m
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Advocating therefore a VIA MEDIA, I would lay down no fixed or absolute line of demarcation; but at the period when the frame is just beginning to set, and when the Medical Board has reported that recovery is improbable, I would suggest that the Irregular offspring be painlessly and mercifully consumed.
Address : Via Media d.o.o., Vrbaska 1, Sarajevo, 061 102 190
Ali Dar also said his father informed officials of the UK Home Office that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government was maligning him via media and doing so using the British government.
Incidentally, the news of moving the ACC office shifting from Colombo has not been made public via media release.
Leadership Meeting: On March 23 MNA and nursing leaders met at the Community College of Baltimore County Campus in Owings Mills and received special training on communicating via media and the press.
While the Anglican tradition is officially Protestant, it's also known as "via media," the Middle Way, combining the best of Roman Catholicism (liturgy and tradition) and Protestantism (authority of Scripture and justification).
Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon said investigators from the department's fraud division moved quickly to investigate the circumstances brought to the attention of the LDI via media reports and as a result of a fraud complaint filed in late March.
For several years in the 1990s, (https://www.ibtimes.com/princess-diana-didnt-want-dance-john-travolta-reason-2770360) Prince Charles and Princess Diana waged guerilla warfare using skirmish attacks via media sources that tried and controlled the story as their marriage crumbled and they set up dueling royal courts.
They cover a sure witness and effectual sign of grace: confirmation and the Eucharist in Anglican life, locally adapted to the varying needs of the nations: church union and the Anglican Episcopate 1900-50, and the African search for an Anglican via media 1890-2013.
He said: "States no longer have the control over the orientations of young people and new generations who have been assimilated into the modern media at the expense of traditional media." "The importance of promoting citizenship, democracy, equality and non-discrimination according to belief, color and religion drives us to sturdily shed light on other no less important issues to the public, via media outlets and communication sites, namely trade of arms, medicine and drugs," Falha corroborated.
This unconscious learning for fun and entertainment via media, waste considerable time of the viewers than upgrading their knowledge bank and mind positively in order to enhance better environment to live.
The conference 'Cohesion policy: support in society and SMEs' was held on October 26 by Neapolis University Paphos at the Coral Beach Hotel, as a part of the project 'In4COHESION -- Information and Awareness for Cohesion Policy via Media'.