It was a little unorthodox that they did it that way, cutting out the middleman .
The mafia often plays the role of middleman in these situations, facilitating transactions between businessmen and corrupt government officials.
Then there is the high school biology teacher - the alleged middleman in the deal.
If a publisher can offer a game experience at half the price of its competitors by cutting out the middleman , they have a decisive advantage.
But the market for local foods will never serve as many producers and consumers as it could if direct marketing - cutting out the middleman - is the only method of getting local foods to market.
Furthermore, because of the cost savings derived from cutting out the middleman , Dell believes it can sell computers at lower prices than its competitors, and thus steal market share.
Serving as a middleman means paying vendors for merchandise, and then receiving payment from customers.
In that role he was the key middleman responsible for arranging the £40 billion deal in 1986.
we maintain value for money by cutting out the middleman and selling direct
we aim to maintain value for money by cutting out the middleman and selling direct