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arbiter

a person empowered to judge in a dispute; referee; arbitrator

arbiter

[′är·bəd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer unit that determines the priority sequence in which two or more processor inputs are connected to a single functional unit such as a multiplier or memory.
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In his letter to well-wishers, the Chess Kenya Secretary General John Mukabi says Rehema is part of an elite team of only five Kenyans who have earned the title of FIDE Arbiter which is awarded by the world chess body.Rehema Kimulu (left) with fellow arbiters Stephen Kisuze of Uganda_(centre) and Paras Gudka of Kenya at the Africa Individuals of 2016.
"Through this bill, we seek to rectify the seemingly skewed situation where appellate court justices and NLRC commissioners, as well as regional trial court judges and labor arbiters, although considered to be of the same rank, do not enjoy the same retirement and survivorship benefits, " the authors of the bill said.
Shah refused to comply with the arbiters' request to turn the phone on to check if it was being used to run a chess program, prompting tournament officials to expel the Indian player from the tournament.
The VTDC architecture has been realized using digital gates and arbiter circuits to measure the time interval.
He said that with the benefit of having examined both decisions from arbiters, the MWSS would be assured that whatever the regulator decides would be a consistent implementation of the concession agreements.
stopped being the sole arbiters of the award in 2010 when F assumed control, the only people to win the award are Lionel Messi and They are the best players at Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively.
Former Press Secretary to the Queen Dickie Arbiter has been regarded by Prince Charles as "his trusted friend," someone he could be entrusted with his secrets.
When the case was referred to two arbiters, the bride refused to be reconciled.
TAKE MATCH CLOCKS OFF BUSY ARBITERS I have been on the Fifa website to check the laws on adding additional time and won't bore you with all the details but one thing which isn't among the rules is: a referee can close his eyes, pick a number at random - but usually three or four - and make it up as he wants.
It should take into consideration an international experience and should mediate into the activity of arbiters
Among subjects to be discussed today is a report on the first meeting held at the beginning of August, 2013, as well as reports from the arbiters on the participating researches this year, and preparing final report for the award.