arbitration[ ahr-bi-trey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF arbitration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARBITRATION
The Greek Government had put no impediment in the way of arbitration.
With such men there could be no arbitration, and in fact there was no need.
These decisions are given by, what may be called, a court of arbitration and a court of appeal.
It is therefore basically not a plan of arbitration, nor is it an industrial court.
It is not founded on the principle of arbitration or compulsion.
I hear that for the points now in dispute an arbitration will be proposed.
This talk of arbitration is very fine for the one who is in the wrong.
Harry was mentioned only once—in connection with his letter to Iver about the Arbitration.
Why he consented to the method of arbitration is one of the mysteries of his career.
The treaty of arbitration should be general and apply to all disputes.
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