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- v. Present participle of referee.
- n. the peer review process
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- n. the act of umpiring
Sorry, no etymologies found.
So condoned biased refereeing is also ‘part of the game?’
Ironically it was Saracens 'Brendan Venter who last week highlighted the current disparity in refereeing interpretations across the Channel and the game today fully underlined his point.
Arabs, particularly Palestinians, are nervous that Obama seems prepared to give the job of top diplomat to a senator from New York who has spent eight years cultivating her pro-Israel constituency and would continue, they think, a lack of U.S. evenhandedness in refereeing the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
The refereeing is much looser and more impressionistic, even at an academic press.
Unfortunately for Dr. Newdow, the mother she spends the other 20 days or so with is just fine with the pledge, and the court isn't interested in refereeing the family feud.
Perhaps he (and whatever other CHS athletes perpetrated this series of attacks) were motivated by their “cynical and bitter” feelings — instilled by “a tradition of racial bias” in refereeing at CHS games and the complacency of CHS administrators who knew of this institutionalized racism but were too fearful to protest.
A lot of times, you get frustrated out there when the refereeing is inconsistent, Blues defenseman Al MacInnis said.
While the “hot button” social issues tend to get the most attention, a lot of the Court’s work is in refereeing inevitable disputes between business and the state.
Captain Mahonri Schwalger also criticised the performance of Owens after the game, calling the refereeing "one-way".
(GID), a number of organizational activities were carried out in advance, namely refereeing to structural changes of GID, training of investigators etc.
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