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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.
Sometimes a king acted as arbitrator between kings or between king and people.
BAHAISM AND ITS CLAIMSSAMUEL GRAHAM WILSON
President Hayes was the arbitrator and he decided in favour of Paraguay in 1878.
Nor was any private man allowed to be the judge or arbitrator in any suit; but all disputes were terminated by the royal sentence.
CICERO'S TUSCULAN DISPUTATIONSMARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
During his period more than once he was the arbitrator to whom rival national claims that might have led to war were referred.
THE THIRTEENTHJAMES J. WALSH
Again and again the Pope was called upon to act as arbitrator in the disputes and wars.
THE RISE OF THE MEDIAEVAL CHURCHALEXANDER CLARENCE FLICK
The merchant said “You can of course eat me, but let us consult an arbitrator as to whether it is fair.”
This arbitrator of fashion came smilingly to Miss Doane and with her keen, professional eye saw her "possibilities."
DRUSILLA WITH A MILLIONELIZABETH COOPER

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