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Synonyms for arbiter

Synonyms for arbiter

a person, usually appointed, who decides the issues or results, or supervises the conduct, of a competition or conflict

Synonyms for arbiter

someone with the power to settle matters at will

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someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue

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Last night Arbiter admitted he had signed the Official Secrets Act and left a "note" with the palace to say he was writing the book.
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Now, ARBITER 3 shows that a further 12 months of treatment with NIASPAN and a statin actually achieves regression of atherosclerosis including among patients with diabetes mellitus or the metabolic syndrome.
Today, as never before, it is clear the president is no longer the arbiter of the presidential succession.
The Arbiter character, however, is compelling in his own right.
Ma Kai, Chairman of the State Development Reform Commission, and the ideological arbiter of all economic policies to ensure they can be defended in terms of a "socialist market economy.
The theory of pluralism fostered a conceptual image of the government of the United States as little more than an arbiter of democracy which encouraged a great variety of interest groups to compete for advantage on a level playing field of political opportunity.
Simmons's wife, Kimora Lee Simmons, will remain as a principal creative arbiter for Baby Phat.
Shockingly, Pryor once questioned the role of the Supreme Court as the ultimate arbiter of the Constitution.
I followed him as captain and I am now a British Chess Federation (BCF) arbiter and an international arbiter for the blind.
Boasting such heavy hitters as Nam June Paik, Yayoi Kusama, and Montien Boonma amid a roster of younger artists, the APT looks set to become a powerful arbiter in a newly configured East-meets-West art world--and a telling indicator of Australia's inherently protean identity.
The meeting at County Hall agreed to approach the Joint Council - on which employers and employees are represented - to ask them to act as an independent arbiter in the Charles Faber dispute.
Nor is there a discussion about how one becomes an arbiter of fame, and how such arbiters determine who is 'in' and who is 'out'.
In addition to the participation of the foreign judge in the investigation, two other changes are stipulations that the so-called "supreme court of the Khmer Rouge trial" is the final arbiter of the court proceedings and that reserve judges will be given compensation for their services.
The debate needed a big voice - a supreme arbiter, someone who had done it all on the field and in the laboratory, someone who commanded instant respect.