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  • n  a negotiator who acts as a link between parties

  • She is humanity's greatest friend and intercessor but never takes or shares the place of Jesus.
  • She is humanity's greatest friend and intercessor but never takes or shares the place of Jesus.
  • Mary as intercessor percolated for several centuries in the Eastern church before exploding in the medieval West.
News & Articles

  • The DJ Is Coming Back -- Are You Ready to Party?
    NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Prepare yourself for the return of the music business' most problematic, intrusive, obnoxious and necessary evil: the disc jockey. Ultimately, it has to happen. Streaming music offers too much freedom, not enough bonding. For bonding out there in the ether you need a human intercessor, a mediator, a priest. I know what you're thinking and I'm right there with you: the DJ ...
    Aug. 2, 2013 - TheStreet.com
Quotes

  • Henry James in Christian Science Monitor
    When Conrad eyes his typewriter, James asks, "May I presume, Mr. Conrad, that you, in the vigor of youth, as it were, are not of a mind to succumb to a mechanical intercessor, as I, heavier of years, perforce have succumbed?"
  • George Bernard Shaw in The Herald-Times (subscription)
    And to aid in the court's deliberation, "When anybody was condemned to be beheaded, HE or SHE promptly retained the Empress as intercessor," wrote George Bernard Shaw.

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