The other, to his immediate left, is calling for a touchback, the result of an interception.
There was, in the immediate aftermath of the August 21 chemical weapons attack, general silence in the Jewish establishment.
But the rest of the immediate family may not know, like parents or grandparents.
late 14c., "intervening, interposed;" early 15c., "with nothing interposed; direct," also with reference to time, from Old French immediat, from Late Latin immediatus "without anything between," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + mediatus, past participle of mediare "to halve," later, "be in the middle," from Latin medius "middle" (see medial (adj.)).