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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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On one hand, the mediated premium in life insurance amounted to P8.70 billion, which represents 15.02 percent of the overall mediated premium by the insurance brokerage industry.
However, in autoimmune hemolytic anemia, trogocytosis mediated by anti-red blood cell (RBC) polymeric IgA Abs and Fc[alpha] receptors is involved in the destruction of RBCs [35].
is based on case studies and content analyses of mediated political scandals in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, including an analysis of the frequencies, types, characteristics and consequences of national political scandals during the period 1980-2010.
Thomas de Zengotita - anthropologist, contributing editor at Harper's Magazine and professor at New York University - reflects on this very subject in his book Mediated: How the Media Shapes Our World and the Way We Live in It.
Zahar Accuses Israel of Pulling out of Europe Mediated Prisoner Talks
Turkey mediated four rounds of indirect talks between Israel and Syria last year, but the process was suspended in December after the Jewish state launched a massive offensive in the Gaza Strip.
We studied the host--pathogen interactions and discovered the role of lipid raft mediated host signaling that enables the immune detection and elimination of PA in the immunocompetant host.
Maniv Energy Capital (Hasbrouck, NJ) has patented a method of modulating an Edg-3 receptor mediated biological activity in a cell.
This study investigates the students' perceptions of problem-based online learning in regard to computer mediated communication, benefits for learning, online support, motivation, and online collaboration.
The MLX (Mediated Lectern System) is the most complete standardized presentation system ever developed for the educational environment.
That said, there are situations that cannot be mediated.
Using electronic mail surveys and computer Monitored data for studying computer mediated communication systems.