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  • adj. of, or relating to mediation

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Mediatorial.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to mediation; mediatorial.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or related to or directed toward mediation

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Examples

  • However, my findings were that by reinforcing current policies that embody women's rights and mediatory interventions by way of international organizations, women will rise to their rightful place and obtain due equal status with men.

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  • The only gainers from an India-Pakistan conflict will be extremists and terrorists — besides the US through a heightened mediatory role.

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  • This mediatory function of images in the lives of later medieval monastic women, however, was not the images 'sole raison d'être.

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  • Normally even the Hindu and Buddhist religious leaders seem to appreciate the peacemaking and mediatory work we are doing.

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  • Neither the individual nor the organization can escape into relations that are not at some point penetrated by the mediatory powers of money.

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  • Therefore, we may expect some sort of agreement being worked out involving the Lebanese parties under the auspices of the current Arab League mediatory mission.

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  • In conjunction with a reform-minded Dominican friar, Johannes Faber, he drafted a formal proposal to be laid before the princes, providing that a mediatory commission be appointed to bring about a peaceful resolution of the theological controversy.

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  • The purpose of a private and immediate interview is therefore submitted to the judgment of one of those mediatory potentates who are but an obstacle to be removed, a door that can be unlocked, so long as it is not held by a rival.

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  • While denying that the two powers were playing an up-front mediatory role, Bhutto acknowledged in a recent press conference their keenness on the progress of the talks, and the fact that they are briefed on negotiations between the two leaders.

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  • That these items were for sale acted as the mediatory.

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