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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

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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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In the face of a dominant force and thinking prudence as the better part of valor, the board of Elders submitted to the ruling of the Arbiter (but without prejudice to whatever may be the decision of the Council of Elders on their appeal, if it comes.
But Arbiter clarified that Markle did not technically break any traditions because there are no traditions about bags among royals.
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.
Superbrands, the world's largest independent arbiter of brands, gave the go-ahead to the fourth edition of its project in Bulgaria to cover the period 2012-2013 in December last year.
He also serves as ambassador, arbiter, and advisor and does all tasks well.
This was also the year that the incumbent concentrated much of his political capital on the responsibility of being the undisputed arbiter of the political wars as the various PRI factions jockeyed for position in the presidential sweepstakes.
Even the first cinema sequence deals with the trials of a disgraced Covenant commander, who is later picked to become the lead soldier of the Prophets called the Arbiter.
If the invisible hand of the media market were the ultimate arbiter of content, as Warren suggests, then we would all be listening to Howard Stern and watching pornography.
Feinberg, ah highly regarded litigation lawyer, was the final arbiter of all claims and took no pay for his three years of work.
Vice Premier Zeng Peiyan, senior point person on industry and state enterprises, also the final arbiter on the State Plan.
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.