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use "mediocre" in a sentence

While he improved on an individual level, the Mavericks missed the playoffs after a mediocre 40-42 season.

Unlike the first rival, his view on Pokémon makes him a mediocre trainer, though the sage in the Sprout Tower recognises that he is talented has great potential.


The church goal is to mediate and unite the western Rite or the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Rite or the Orthodox Church to form a single Catholic Church.

Therefore, the raven and coyote ultimately mediate the opposition between life and death.

ATp-sensitive potassium channels mediate survival during infection in mammals and insects.

In 1813, Russia offered to mediate a peace, but London rejected the offer because it might compromise British interests in Europe.

Distinct sulfate transporter proteins mediate the uptake, transport and subcellular distribution of sulfate.

Along with a few of his henchmen, he is sent by his boss to Okinawa to help end a gang war, supposedly to mediate between two warring clans.

Angelico used the sense of sight to gain access to the beholder's imagination, so that the image might mediate the beholders' inner and outer selves.

INDEC president Frondizi (2 nd from left) hosts president John F. Kennedy in Buenos Aires, 1961. Frondizi's efforts to mediate the conflict between the U.S. and Cuba led to his overthrow.

In July 2000, both Libya and Egypt agreed to work with the Atlanta-based Carter Center to help mediate between Sudan and Uganda over accusations about support for rebel movements in these countries.

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