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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Trump needs to understand that a willful and skillful mediator is critical, but much more important are partners willing to make decisions that allow a third party to bridge gaps.
In recent years of bargaining, the district and the union had not settled a contract before summer break and even had to call in a federal mediator before an agreement was reached.
As president, Trump has proceeded cautiously, hoping to preserve his ability to serve as an effective mediator for one of the world’s most intractable conflicts.
The Palestinians argue moving the embassy would prejudge one of the most sensitive issues in the conflict, undermining America’s status as an effective mediator.
During her tenure, Goodman handled more than 6,000 cases as mediator and investigator.
Her father is a family-law lawyer and mediator in El Paso.
Obama and the Argentine pope had quickly made common cause both in combating climate change and advocating for the poor, and Francis was a key mediator in 2015 in the restoration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba.
On June 26, the National Arbitration Forum, retained as the mediator in the UDRP dispute, returned a verdict in Right Sports’ favor.
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