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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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"At least this way, you know how you're going to get screwed," says Dixon, who also serves as one of the Writers Guild's occasional arbiters.
The agreement should provide that the arbiter's fees are shared equally by the parties, and that the anticipated fee be posted prior to the proceeding in order to alleviate any concern on the arbiter's part that the employee will be unable or unwilling to pay the appropriate share should he or she not prevail.(18) If for any reason the employer agrees to pay the arbiter's entire fee, that fact should not be disclosed to the arbiter to prevent even the potential for actual or perceived bias.
Arbiter noted how the security service laid down the law for Prince Louis' birth.
There's no guesses who arbiter Clattenburg will be cheering for tomorrow.
Dickie Arbiter who was a press spokesman for Britain's Queen Elizabeth II until 2000 has claimed the late royal almost exposed George's sexuality at a 1992 reception six years before he came out in the wake of his arrest for "engaging in a lewd act" in the public restroom of the Will Rogers Memorial Park in Beverly Hills, California, in April 1998.
The Superbrands organisation, which began in 1994, analyses the history and strength of different brands in over 40 countries and is universally commended for being an arbiter of branding excellence.
Mr Arbiter, said: "He has had these chest pains before and I don't think it's anything untoward, but given his age they are being safe rather than sorry.
But TfL has estimated costs of just pounds 4.1bn over the period, in contrast to guidance from PPP arbiter Chris Bolt.
The report also concluded that Fannie Mae relies on its external auditor, KPMG LLP, as the final arbiter of compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
Simmons's wife, Kimora Lee Simmons, will remain as a principal creative arbiter for Baby Phat.
HANDBAGS were at full swing at a TV studio when Paul Burrell came within range of Princess Diana's former press secretary Dickie Arbiter the other night.
Of course, if there's a major problem, the court in Luxembourg will be the final arbiter. The constitution even proposes a "Non-Legislative Act" so the unelected Commission can pass binding laws.
Aderholt went on to advance the rather unusual legal theory that the Supreme Court should not always be the final arbiter of the Constitution, asserting, "[O]ver several decades, there has been a view that the United States Supreme Court has the final authority....
Less important to the study is the idea of the Harlem Renaissance--art as cultural arbiter, the city as refuge and site of hope and renewal, the tension between reverence toward old forms and the "play" of the new, the optimism of the here and now.
Petronius Arbiter, Gaiusoriginal name Titus Petronius Niger (d.