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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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Botulinum toxins are taken up by nerve cells through pinocytosis and mediate their action by binding to neuromuscular junctions and preventing acetylcholine release leading to muscular paralysis (16).
Buick announced today that 2000 Buick Open Champion Rocco Mediate will defend his title at the 2001 Buick Open, August 6-12 at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club.
14 at Torrey Pines after beating off the challenge of fellow American Rocco Mediate at the US Open - then claimed it was his best ever.
Woods built a three-shot lead after 10 holes, but Mediate didn't let him run away with the title.
7] Announcement 95-86 also includes a model agreement to mediate, a model consent to disclosure of return information for the purposes of the mediation, and a model mediator's report.
If the mediation request is approved, the taxpayer and Appeals will enter into a written agreement to mediate.
Generalized estimating equation regression modeling was utilized to investigate which behaviors and characteristics mediate the association between age at first sex and HPV infection.
As solutions are explored, it is important the mediator not be seen as "the bridge" to mediate all further conflict.
It seems like a landscape of shadows, and, looking at the unfinished drawing, one surveys all of Hejduk's attempts to find an architecture that could mediate some sort of poetic resonance, the epic scale of which is both inspiring and heart wrenching.
The bacteria become coated in antibodies, which then mediate uptake of the pathogens by phagocytic cells, including neutrophils and macrophages.
Will Kymlicka, speaking at the Multicultural Futures conference, suggested that immigrant groups in Canada need an "elite segment," defined as a group that can mediate and negotiate the group's status and issues in Canadian society.
Clearly, Sue views her options in this situation as dichotomous: (a) staying true to the belief that her role is to mediate divorce cases, which will inevitably lead to the end of her mediation practice, or (b) succumbing to the judges' desires for her to change her role to an arbitrator of divorce cases in order to maintain her practice.