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Minimum-wage increase imperiled in covid relief bill by Senate official’s rulingParliamentarians are essentially the umpires of the Senate, ensuring that lawmakers follow the rules that govern how legislation moves forward.
Somehow, the umpire is there to make the “out” call, and so is the batter to angrily contest it, hands clenched in fists.
Two games later, she demanded that the umpire apologize for “stealing” a point from her.
During the second set, the chair umpire warned Williams about violating rules by getting signals from her coach.
Already, some organizations are experimenting with systems that take over part of the job of a human umpire or judge.
In most professional tennis matches, the main umpire — called the chair umpire — sits right beside the net.
Human umpires in baseball and tennis still have important jobs, too.
He displays marvellous bravery in facing the fighting crowds, and they choose him to be umpire.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
The umpire's first decision was usually his last; they broke him in two with a bat, and his friends toted him home on a shutter.
The war of preparations that has been going on for thirty years may end like a sham-fight at last in an umpire's decision.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS

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