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middleman

a person or firm which acts as an intermediary between a seller of a good or service and the buyer of that good or service. See WHOLESALER, AGENT, MARKET INTERMEDIARY.

middleman

a trader or firm that provides a service by acting as an intermediary between two parties, frequently producer to consumer or seller to purchaser. WHOLESALERS may be considered middlemen for they frequently act as distributors from producers to retailers on a COMMISSION or mark-up basis. ESTATE AGENTS or insurance brokers are further examples.
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According to sources PASSCO is making a plan to end the role of middle man in wheat procurement process from next year which will go a long way to control corruption to a large extend.
For his part Shacklady, 35, of Wigan Road, Leyland, wanted rid of the middle man he was paying pounds 12, 000 a time to for each drug deal.
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Unlike furniture wholesalers, UBE buys and sells directly from and to the end-users, cutting out the middle man and creating a comforting sense of accountability.
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MIDDLE MAN Veteran broadcaster Jimmy Magee with Bernard Dunne and Katie Taylor at Aviva Stadium in Dublin JUST THE JAB Katie Taylor sizes up Jimmy's book last night
Casa Esperanza works as a middle man for the LAPD and the residents who don't always come to the police.
Having spent a lot of money on Irish-bred runners, Gary decided to try and cut out the middle man and have a home-bred litter, perhaps this is the only way now to make the game pay.