Examples of mediator in a Sentence
if you two cannot resolve this argument on your own, we'll have to bring in a mediator
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The U.S. State Department, which is an ally of all countries involved, endorsed Kuwait's role as a mediator and called for both sides in the dispute to exercise restraint.
In July, Gabler responded to a mediator, explaining his reasons for postponing the sentencing until the other counts were resolved.
There is still room to reach agreement, a second source said, even as contract talks overseen by a mediator recently reached a stalemate.
The lawsuit was dismissed by a judge in San Diego but an appellate court revived the complaint last year and utility officials subsequently agreed to present their case to a mediator.
Less than a decade old, this protean object has become the universal, all-but-indispensable mediator of everyday life.
The state brought in a mediator to restore the peace, at a cost of $47,000.
Qatar competed with Saudi Arabia over the mediator role in arenas ranging from Lebanon and Palestine to Somalia.
All these characteristics have given it respect as a mediator, or at least neutral territory for adversaries to talk.
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