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This is not to arbitrate the authenticity of their apologies, as if repentance somehow can be weighed on a scale and judged by other fallible human beings.

While the company made some changes, such as no longer forcing employees to arbitrate workplace claims, the bulk of those demands remain unmet.

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Back in 2010, we assumed we had a way to “arbitrate” the budget problem with the Simpson-Bowles Commission.

A postnup can be a good way to arrange an enforceable system that helps arbitrate disagreements.

With regard to any specific rules for dressing, we do not pretend to arbitrate in such matters.

The situation was very novel to the lieutenant, and he did not feel competent to arbitrate between the contending parties.

The judge who was appointed by the State to arbitrate personal controversies developed into a criminal judge.

Gregory himself had, hitherto, claimed only the right to judge, to arbitrate at the head of a National Diet.

Dispute arose as to liability, and I was called on to arbitrate.

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On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arbitrate, such as: adjudicate, interpose, intervene, mediate, straighten out, and adjudge.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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