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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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But ICC general manager, Geoff Allardice said: "The ICC is not considering any proposal to move the responsibility for calling no balls to the TV umpire, but it has been looking at new technology that allows the TV umpire to judge the legality of a delivery much faster than he has been able to in the past.
Eventually, the Board's policy will prevail in this matter because the Umpires Committee can only discuss ideas and recommend to the Working Committee.
The Course in Kabul was also attended by two female umpires, who performed very well not only in the academic part of the course but in the practical as well.
He stood fourth in the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) umpiring course held in Qatar while qualifying as a Level Two umpire.
Mr Willey, a former chairman of umpires who officiated played in 26 Test matches and officiated in another 25 during a cricket career spanning 49 years, said that time has not yet come.
LAHORE -- Pakistan's top umpire Aleem Dar has called on the country's Cricket Board to take a leaf out of India's book and improve the pay scales for officials in the country.
While the ICC has complete faith in the ability of its umpires, our confidence in technology is also strengthened by the fact that there was an increase in the number of correct decisions in the Trent Bridge Test through DRS.
An umpire for Major League Baseball has been fired for violating the league's drug policy, two sources confirmed to the (http://sports.
A resident of Springfield, Anderson was inducted as an umpire in the Oregon ASA Hall of Fame in 1990 and the Regional ASA Hall of Fame in 2007.
In addition, MLB "shelters" umpires by prohibiting them from speaking to the media and refusing to announce what, if any, discipline it imposes against them.
He apologised for his action and stated that he has nothing but respect for the umpires and his on-field actions were not intended to show disrespect to Aleem Dar or Tony Hill.
FORMER England captain Mike Gatting insists Ricky Ponting's angry protests towards umpire Aleem Dar during the Fourth Ashes Test were completely unacceptable because, in his view, the outcome reached via the Decision Review System should be treated as final.