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middleman

1. an independent trader engaged in the distribution of goods from producer to consumer
2. Theatre the interlocutor in minstrel shows
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The Natural Asset Exchange and the Earth Token will empower both the producers of Natural Assets and its consumers, giving them full autonomy and charging no middleman fees whatsoever.
New Delhi [India], Jan 11 ( ANI ): The Delhi High Court on Thursday dismissed bail plea filed by accused middleman Sukesh Chandrasekhar in connection with the alleged bribing of Election Commission officials for ownership of the AIADMK's two-leaves symbol case.
Last year, reports said the ED had sought details from the UAE about companies it found had dealings with Christian Michel, the main middleman.
3) Their remuneration is governed by the different local regulations that, in particular, contain the rules that lay down the party that is supposed to pay the commission to the middleman.
Working closely with middleman Christian Michel, the key link in the chopper deal scam saga, Nanda allegedly received nearly ` 19 crore from Michel.
In "The Middleman Economy: How Brokers, Agents, Dealers, and Everyday Matchmakers Create Value and Profit", Silicon Valley-based reporter Marina Krakovsky elucidates the six essential roles that middlemen play.
He was a middleman, a fixer," said prosecutor Nick Mather at the start of a three-week trial.
hindi na lang sila aasa sa mga middleman," Alcala earlier said.
Continental Home Loans enjoys a sterling reputation and takes pride in being the largest independent FHA [Federal Housing Administration] lender in New York state," said Stanley Middleman, Freedom Mortgage president and chief executive officer.
A middleman Kamran iqbal from Mianwali said, even prices of camels have soured up to a great extant and there are few buyers.
Recently, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan said that "a good middleman acts as a broker.
The service found that many people who had turned to such websites felt "misled" as they thought they were applying for a loan directly and did not realise that they were paying a middleman.