- v. present participle of arbitrate.
“Pure critique — interrogates the aims and implementation on an abstract basis, with little interest in arbitrating upon quality, often as part of a wider theory — c.f. Todorov’s The Fantastic or Mendlesohn’s Rhetorics of Fantasy.”
“But her pride of superiority and love of sway were flattered by the idea of arbitrating in so great a cause; her secret malignity enjoyed the humiliation of her enemy; and her characteristic caution represented to her in formidable colors the danger of restoring to liberty one whom she had already offended beyond forgiveness.”
“What was the judging criteria for arbitrating this kind of contest?”
“America's role in this process should be "facilitating, mediating, not arbitrating," a senior member of Mr. Karzai's government warned on Thursday.”
“Israeli and Palestinian businessmen set out this summer to create a new forum for arbitrating business disagreements under the aegis of the International Chamber of Commerce.”
“Group members can also find contact information for lawyers who specialize in arbitrating and mediating franchise disputes.”
“The two sides are negotiating a set of conditions for arbitrating the dispute outside of court.”
“But remember the umpire is not arbitrating warring parties.”
“Chris Bolt, the man who's had the happy task of arbitrating the chaos of the upgrade era, seemed to be saying I'm translating loosely here that there's masses of data explaining what's going on, but getting to grips with it is near impossible.”
“So we see Don Antonio rescuing the poor from exploitative loan-sharks, intervening in territorial gun battles and arbitrating in a bitter dispute between a baker and his son.”
Looking for tweets for arbitrating.