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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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Middleman noted that the CHL team is based in New York, New Jersey, the tri-state area and Florida.
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She's rescued by The Middleman (Keeslar), a superhero so staid he makes the Silver-Age Superman look like "Iron Man's" party-hearty alter-ego Tony Stark, who's impressed at how she responded to the peril with a cool, almost blas(hrt), temperament ("Whatever, I'm a temp," she replies) and offers her a job as his assistant.
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