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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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Arbiters (referees) are the link between the organiser and the players in a tournament.
The Nograles brother-legislators have filed a bill granting survivorship benefits to the surviving legitimate spouse of a deceased chairperson, commissioner or labor arbiter of the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC).
After closely monitoring his actions, International Arbiter (IA) Mahdi Abdul Rahim, the tournament's chief arbiter, summoned Shah to the arbiter's office for an inspection, where he was found to be hiding a mobile phone under the sleeves of his shirt.
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Last January, Maynilads major stockholders announced that an arbiter, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), had decided in its favor, awarding an average increase of P3.06 per cubic meter on top of the current basic rate of P31.28.
Dickie Arbiter has worked with the Queen for 12 years according to Mirror UK and he has been on the side to witness the fallout of Prince Charles' marriage to the late Princess Diana and his affair with Camilla-Parker Bowles.
The arbiters said the woman's allegations were unsubstantiated.
And yet that seems to be just what referees do every week and it makes sense for the busy arbiters to have clock-watching taken off their list of chores.
services, raising of the quality of arbiters as well as providing independence and impartiality of arbiters",- Kirakosyan said.
The technical committee also finalised the names of the arbiters for the award, adopted by the Bahrain Olympic Committee in line with the visions of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports chairman and BOC president Shaikh Nasser bin Hamada Al Khalifa, to link scientific research with the Bahraini sports.
The fifth installment of the series, released in October, reveals a shift in Catholic opinion towards valuing the individual conscience in moral decision making, and away from dependence on church leaders as moral arbiters on issues like abortion, contraception, sex outside of marriage and homosexuality, with each of these categories scoring anywhere from five to n points higher in terms of the individual's right to decide what is ethical.
This bill aims to address unjustified and unnecessary contract bundling by increasing transparency, ensuring small-business contracting opportunities, and allowing small-business arbiters to appeal or protest agency bundling decisions.
The Arbiters of Reality: Hawthorne, Melville, and the Rise of Mass Information Culture.
Meanwhile, the federation is organising a one-week international course for chess arbiters, starting on January 24.
"Under the terms of our original settlement, which required supervision of the federal district court, a lot more money would have been paid out because the panel of arbiters would have been chosen evenly by the plaintiffs and State Farm," said Hood.