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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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CUTLINE: (1) Above, Rocco Mediate was the most popular attraction at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic yesterday, being asked to sign many autographs after his playoff showdown with Tiger Woods at the U.S.
Mediate, who charmed the crowds with his smiles and light-hearted approach to the week, revealed he was disappointed despite his sterling efforts.Aa "I didn't want it to be a walk in the park," said Mediate, who started the week ranked 168th in the world.Aa "It could have been.
But Rocco Mediate came close to creating one of the greatest golf shocks off all time and even had a 15-foot putt to become the oldest ever first-time Major winner.
On the very day he reached 500 weeks as world No 1, Woods took his total of majors to 14 - just four short of Jack Nicklaus's record - after a marathon duel with fellow American Rocco Mediate at Torrey Pines.
ROCCO Mediate left Torrey Pines with his head held high after his valiant US Open play-off defeat to Tiger Woods at Torrey Pines.
The world number one moved to within four major titles of Jack Nicklaus's alltime career record of 18 victories after defeating fellow American Rocco Mediate at the first hole of sudden death after they could not be separated over the 18-hole play-off at Torrey Pines South.
ROCCO MEDIATE hailed Tiger Woods' resilience as the world No1 forced a US Open play-off with a dramatic birdie putt on the final green at Torrey Pines yesterday.
ROCCO MEDIATE hailed Tiger Woods' resilience as the world number one forcedaUS Open play-off with a dramatic birdie putt on the final green at Torrey Pines.
ROCCO MEDIATE hailed Tiger Woods as the world No 1 forced a US Open play-off with a dramatic birdie putt on the final green at Torrey Pines.
How to Mediate Like a Pro: 42 Rules for Mediating Disputes
The bacteria become coated in antibodies, which then mediate uptake of the pathogens by phagocytic cells, including neutrophils and macrophages.
It is important to realize that intervening is not the same as attempting to mediate the conflict.