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mediator (s) (noun), mediators (pl)
1. A person who intervenes between two parties; especially, for the purpose of effecting reconciliation; an intercessor: A mediator suggests compromises, acts as a go-between, and tries to get both sides to come to a mutual agreement.
2. In physiology and chemistry, an enzyme, hormone, or other chemical substance which acts as an intermediate or carrier in, or otherwise influences, a chemical, physiological, or pathological process: An endogenous mediator refers to proteins that enhance and trigger the tasks of other proteins.
Someone who strives to get those who disagree to have friendly relations.
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