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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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The largest mediating factor for differences in the incidence of hypertension was the Southern dietary pattern, which accounted for 51.6 and 29.2 percent of the excess risk among black men and women, respectively.
* A large majority (91 percent) of respondents said all individuals mediating disputes filed in the state circuit civil division/ family division and in federal courts should be subject to the Florida Supreme Court ethical standards for certified and court appointed mediators.
Azeri President Ilham Aliyev has reportedly been mediating talks between Syria and Israel, according to the Jordanian daily AD DUSTOUR Monday.
Author Mary Greenwood does it again with "How to Mediate Like a Pro: 42 Rules for Mediating Disputes." This follows her book "How to Negotiate Like a Pro," which has now won six awards and this new one is just as impressive.
and (3) How do these mediating measures (effort expenditures and calibration judgments) impact their own academic performance?
Finding Muslim and non-Muslim spokespeople who can mediate in both directions between immigrant Muslim groups and the larger society: their work encompasses both mediating Muslim issues towards the larger society, as well as mediating the concerns and values of the larger society towards the immigrant Muslim society--as well as to the homeland Muslim society.
Brilliantly written and immediately accessible, The War Come Home offers a long overdue interpretation of philanthropy's essential role in mediating between the individual and the state during the first half of the twentieth century.
Vocational identity at work: Mediating between essence and occupation.
Videotapes were assessed in terms of 1) general characteristics of the interaction, 2) references to specific components of the Hebrew orthography, and 3) maternal strategy of mediating the graphic-phonemic code, and the printing of the letters.
Cathedral is a monumental conflagration between abstraction and figuration with the mediating agent of the cathedral's cross in the center: It's almost magnetic, pulling together every aspect of Hejduk 's previous work into a single project and an unresolved confrontation.
In light of their findings, the researchers suggest that providers "encourage adolescents who have not yet had sexual intercourse to postpone sexual initiation." They also comment that youth who had their first sexual experience at an early age would benefit from counseling that stresses "the importance of modifying sexual behaviors." The researchers note that the mediating factors they identified explain only part of the association between age at first intercourse and HPV risk; other factors, such as cervical maturity, are also likely to be responsible for the association.
In addition, common mediating variables through which a number of often-cited behavioral theories are activated are identified.