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umpire

[′əm‚pīr]
(mining engineering)
An assay made by a third party to settle the difference in assays made by the purchaser and the seller of ore.
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Hoye, 39, has umpired professionally since 1995 and has been assigned to Major League Spring Training games since 2003.
In Sydney, they had five other umpires and they were all Australian so I umpired GB v Australia for the sake of neutrality.
Bowden was included in the elite panel in 2003 and umpired in 75 Tests, 181 One-Day Internationals and 19 Twenty20 Internationals, while Asad umpired in 47 Tests, 98 One-Day Internationals and 23 Twenty20 Internationals and was a member of the elite panel since 2006.
In an outstanding career, Simon Taufel umpired in 74 Tests and 174 ODIs with his last Test and ODI appearances being at Lord's a month ago in matches featuring England and South Africa.
Forty-year-old Dharmasena made his international umpiring debut in 2009 and has since umpired in two Tests, 25 ODIs and three T20Is.
Oxenford, born on 5 March 1960 in Southport, Queensland, has already umpired in eight Tests and 39 ODIs after having made his Test debut in Pallekele in a match between Sri Lanka and the West Indies in December 2010.
The Colombo-born former off-spinner is also a Cricket World Cup winner with Sri Lanka in 1996 and he also umpired in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, including the tournament opener between Bangladesh and India in Mirpur.
While de Silva has umpired in 12 Tests and 24 ODIs since his return to the panel, Davis is just six ODIs away from becoming the fourth Australian and 13th overall to stand in 100 ODIs.