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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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Each party shall furnish to the mediator or conciliator the information as required by him in connection with the concerned issues.
The amount of time and effort that lawyers put into finding the right mediator to resolve an important legal dispute should come as no surprise.
The council also forwarded another recommendation that would --short of requiring certification--bind all mediators to the Supreme Court rules on mediator ethics and discipline.
Seven schools in an economically challenged area of an urban school district in central California implemented mentored peer mediation programs under the guidance of a university-K-12 partnership project, Mediator Mentors.
Some of those orders require all parties to appear at a mediation and participate in good faith, and may require the mediator to report conduct that falls short of a good faith effort.
Although there is an increasing body of Australian research that evaluates and analyzes mediation practices, there are limited studies that document mediator views or perspectives.
The price of a single number can reach SR1,000," said one mediator, Ramzi Odeh.
In Armenia most financial organizations refuse to dispute the verdicts of the financial system mediator, presumably,
The mediator needs to be aware of how good understanding can be affected by cultural factors and to be alive to the cultural challenges that can arise at each phase of a mediation.
By any reasonable measure, anyone would have to agree that she was the best possible mediator for this matter.
M2 PHARMA-September 6, 2011-Servier rejects reports for falsified Mediator trials(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
In addition, mediator teams will work with local and regional government officials to promote peace building and ethnic tolerance in their respective areas.