“The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there,” L.P. Hartley famously wrote in The go-between.
Universal executive Dylan Clark (who has subsequently resigned to take another position) was forced to act as go-between.
Lena, the chief actress, will not serve as a go-between without a sum of ready money paid down by the hero.
I'm through with that undertaker postmaster or any other go-between.
He was the go-between at primary elections and nominating convention, to fee agents and distribute largess.
A hundred sequins for her and ten sequins for the go-between was the price fixed on.
The people did not interest her at all, but she liked the Crevequers, whose function was that of go-between.
"I don't think the 'Gink' would take a chance with a go-between," said Brennan.
But our century demands a certain politeness and decency in speech; wherefore I employ the term I have, to wit, go-between.
But then you seem to think that I should intermeddle and negotiate and become a go-between.