Mediator

Mediator may refer to:

  • A person who engages in mediation
  • Business mediator, a mediator in business
  • Vanishing mediator, a philosophical concept
  • Mediator variable, in statistics
  • Mediator pattern, in computer science
  • Mediator (coactivator), a multiprotein complex that functions as a transcriptional coactivator
  • Endogenous mediator, proteins that enhance and activate the functions of other proteins
  • Gaseous mediator, chemicals produced by some cells that have biological signalling functions
  • Mediator (software), an advanced multimedia authoring tool for Windows
  • Mediator, guitar pick or plectrum, an accessory for picking strings of musical instruments
  • Mediator (card game), an 18th century card game
  • The Mediator, a teen book series by Meg Cabot (some under the pseudonym Jenny Carroll)
  • Mediator (Christ as Mediator), an office of Jesus Christ
  • Mediator or Benfluorex, a withdrawn appetite suppressant drug
  • Linesman/Mediator, a radar system in the United Kingdom
  • HMS Mediator, three ships of the British navy
  • USS Mediator, a ship of the United States navy

Other articles related to "mediator":

Mediator (software)
... Mediator is a multimedia authoring tool for Windows, developed and distributed by MatchWare, first released in 1993 ... Mediator has been registered and approved to be purchased by Electronic Learning Credits (eLCs) in the United Kingdom, as part of the Curriculum Online program It is also ...

Famous quotes containing the word mediator:

    Dare to love God without mediator or veil.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Their errors have been weighed and found to have been dust in the balance; if their sins were as scarlet, they are now white as snow: they have been washed in the blood of the mediator and the redeemer, Time.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

    He is the mediator in that only sense in which possibly any being can mediate between God and man,—that is, an instructor of man. He teaches us how to become like God.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)