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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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Bilal disclosed that PCB is organising such courses in Pakistan's 16 regions in order to improve standards of umpiring and increase knowledge of the umpires.
Shaikh further stressed upon the role of Hockey India in promoting umpires and their extensive programs that has helped several enthusiasts to take up umpiring as a career.
Umpiring across the country has hit an all-time low.
The Umpires Association - in conjunction with the ECB - will be conducting an Umpiring Level 1 training course in the New Year.
Mahesh Nambiar, whom I had met in Kannur, introduced me to Insportz and thus I started umpiring.
I have achieved a number of milestones in my umpiring career but standing in my own home ground will be something which I will always cherish in my memories as I have supervised a lot of T20 games abroad', he said.
It's quite a test for an umpire in those conditions - because you can often be making good umpiring decisions which are later proven to be incorrect .
TO provide fresh impetus to Indian umpires to break into the ICC Elite Panel, the BCCI is planning to entice and fast- track retired players into umpiring -- almost 20 years after a similar scheme had failed.
According to sources in the board, the ICC has put down the umpiring blunders to human errors and mistakes and nothing more.
In the 1970s she umpired my games, then I put on the gear and we became umpiring buddies.
The cardinal rule of umpiring is to follow the ball wherever it goes.
I hope to further my achievements with umpiring in tangent with pursuing a career in the financial services.