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The arbiter said the walk-throughs at those schools were too brief and did not allow participants to view enough of the building.
Then imagine waiting for a neutral arbiter to pick between the two amounts — nothing in between — and making a public decision so everyone, including your teammates, can see the goodwill fraying.
Future experiments, as always, will be the ultimate arbiter in this matter.
“You are the final arbiter of how honest or not your election is in your state,” Giuliani told Michigan lawmakers.
One of their most popular is Kids Court, in which Alexa acts as an arbiter for kids’ inevitable fights.
If there’s one thing they don’t want to be, it’s arbiters of truth.
The Franks were accustomed to appeal to the drawn sword as being the only arbiter of existence.
The one whose throw was the highest was forthwith declared the rx (magister, arbiter) bibend.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
Having got an upright judge, they must use him as the arbiter of their differences.
THEODORIC THE GOTHTHOMAS HODGKIN
She was the dispenser of court favors, the arbiter of fortunes, the real ruler of the land.

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