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Definition the process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • They submitted their disagreement to binding arbitration.
arbitration = the hearing and settling of a dispute by an impartial referee
  • Arbitration is used to settle many differences out of court.
  • arbitration = the process of solving an argument with the help of an impartial referee
  • If the client declines to arbitrate, the lawyer will proceed with litigation.
  • arbitrate = try to settle an argument with the help of an impartial referee
  • We're going to ask our minister to help arbitrate the dispute.
  • arbitrate = to try to settle an argument with the help of an impartial referee
  • He was called upon to arbitrate disputes as though he were an unofficial judge, and Rebecca also enjoyed the high opinion most people had for him.
    Arthur Miller  --  The Crucible
  • arbitrate = settle disagreements as an impartial referee
  • Jem arbitrated, awarded me first push with an extra time for Dill, and I folded myself inside the tire.
    Harper Lee  --  To Kill a Mockingbird
  • arbitrated = decided (as an impartial judge)
  • ...he maintains, for instance, that district councils and arbitration boards are all of no use, and he is unwilling to take part in anything.
    Leo Tolstoy  --  Anna Karenina
  • arbitration = regarding the process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • Struggle for life is the law of existence but human philirenists, notably the tsar and the king of England, have invented arbitration.
    James Joyce  --  Ulysses
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • Courts of arbitration—the very idea!
    Thomas Mann  --  The Magic Mountain
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • They made an offer to submit the whole question at issue to arbitration; and at the end of ten days the unions accepted it, and the strike was called off.
    Upton Sinclair  --  The Jungle
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • Dix had been brought to his senses by arbitration, and Wakem's advice had not carried him far.
    George Eliot  --  The Mill on the Floss
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • For two weeks they studied, debated, and arbitrated the list of guests.
    Sinclair Lewis  --  Babbitt
  • arbitrated = decided
  • Eddis suggested arbitration by the Court of the Ten Nations, but Attolia refused.
    Megan Whalen Turner  --  Queen of Attolia
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • The first characteristic of judicial power in all nations is the duty of arbitration.
    Alexis de Toqueville  --  Democracy In America, Volume 1
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • Those mirrors, you understand; when the light is on the mirrors seem to be sitting in judgment over me to arbitrate a punishment if everything doesn't come out right.
    Ken Kesey  --  One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  • arbitrate = decide
  • They discussed and debated and raved and ranted until they were on the verge of blows, when it was decided to submit the question to arbitration by the princesses.
    Norton Juster  --  The Phantom Tollbooth
  • arbitration = judgment and decision
  • In the end they, as officers of justice, settled the question by arbitration in such a manner that both sides were, if not perfectly contented, at least to some extent satisfied;
    Miguel de Cervantes  --  Don Quixote
  • arbitration = the process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  • I assumed Baeh was honoring the traditional Confucian structure of community, where in each village a prominent elder man heard the townspeople's grievances and arbitrated and ruled.
    Chang-rae Lee  --  Native Speaker
  • arbitrated = acted as an impartial judge
  • One night they had guests-the headmistress of Lara's school, several fellow teachers of her husband's, the member of an arbitration court on which Pavel Pavlovich too had recently served, and a few others.
    Boris Pasternak  --  Doctor Zhivago
  • arbitration = an official process of solving a disagreement with the help of an impartial referee
  •   Give me some present counsel, or, behold,
      'Twixt my extremes and me this bloody knife
      Shall play the umpire, arbitrating that
      Which the commission of thy years and art
      Could to no issue of true honour bring.
    William Shakespeare  --  Romeo and Juliet
arbitrating = deciding

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