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noun as in settler of a dispute

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Towns that want to cut costs can face state arbitrators that may side with the unions.

Two school buildings are unable to open Tuesday because the arbitrator found that the proper reopening protocol, which requires teachers and parents to participate in an extensive building walk through, was not followed.

Following counterprotests, the two officers were reinstated by an arbitrator.

Google fears that publishers will overvalue their own content as a tactic, forcing arbitration where arbitrators would be able to impose content-licensing fees on the company without a right to appeal.

The parties can appoint the arbitrator or they can be assigned arbitrators by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

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They preferred having an independent arbitrator in place to hear any and all appeals.

Their main role is to keep each other in check so he can be the final arbitrator or judge.

The Getty in turn filed motions to keep Turner from discussing any of this, which the presiding arbitrator rejected.

I was proud of my début as an arbitrator, especially as it was rewarded by, what seemed to me then, a very handsome fee.

Want of union, want of mutual assistance, want of a common arbitrator to resort to in their differences.

Here is the duty of arbitrator and peacemaker, but no power or control.

Yes, very likely there would be if they had not appointed me as arbitrator.

The two have a sharp dispute, which is summed up by sop as arbitrator.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arbitrator, such as: arbiter, go-between, judge, mediator, referee, and umpire.

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