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While the company made some changes, such as no longer forcing employees to arbitrate workplace claims, the bulk of those demands remain unmet.
GOOGLE WORKERS ESCALATE FIGHT OVER OUSTER OF TOP A.I. RESEARCHERVERNE KOPYTOFFDECEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
With regard to any specific rules for dressing, we do not pretend to arbitrate in such matters.
THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESSFLORENCE HARTLEY
The situation was very novel to the lieutenant, and he did not feel competent to arbitrate between the contending parties.
WITHIN THE ENEMY'S LINESOLIVER OPTIC
The judge who was appointed by the State to arbitrate personal controversies developed into a criminal judge.
ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
Gregory himself had, hitherto, claimed only the right to judge, to arbitrate at the head of a National Diet.
THE MAKERS OF MODERN ROMEMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
Dispute arose as to liability, and I was called on to arbitrate.
FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
He has said: "We may have to arbitrate these things," as he might say, "We had better take a cab because it is raining."
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE, VOLUME IIBURTON J. HENDRICK
Finally, they agreed to arbitrate the matter if I alone would act as arbitrator.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF FRANK G. ALLEN, MINISTER OF THE GOSPELFRANK G. ALLEN
Only, my dearest life, resolve to attend the arrival and visit of Lady Betty; and permit her to arbitrate between us.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 5 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
No men can arbitrate this, you, as business men would let no man say how that business should be conducted.
THE PULLMAN BOYCOTTW. F. BURNS
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WORDS RELATED TO ARBITRATE

  • actuate
  • arbitrate
  • call the shots
  • cinch
  • clinch
  • complete
  • dispose
  • drive
  • end
  • figure
  • finish
  • fix upon
  • halt
  • impel
  • incline
  • induce
  • move
  • nail down
  • opt
  • ordain
  • persuade
  • pin down
  • predispose
  • regulate
  • resolve
  • rule
  • settle
  • take a decision
  • tap
  • terminate
  • ultimate
  • wind up
  • wrap up
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