- n. Plural form of referee.
“I think the only rule no one understands, including the referees, is the offside rule.”
“The French are experimenting with referees from the other side of the Channel as they prepare for the start of the Heineken Cup”
“The set of referees is small enough that players can come up with individual motivations for each of them.,”
“While most of the European and Latin American referees are used to officiating in the most stressful circumstances, players are hoping they avoid some of the referees who take charge of games in countries like Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia or the Seychelles, where the speed of play is far more leisurely.”
“Must we call in the word referees to monitor our language?”
“The I.S. officials may well ask for local "referees" - people in the local comunity who have known the applicant (and/or dependents) for several years and can vouch for their "upstandingness".”
“In addition, a group of SpinSpotter "referees" - primarily journalism graduate students across the country - filter and oversee user comments.”
“And yet...if human beings didn't cheat under pressure, didn't make mistakes to give "their team" advantage, we wouldn't have this odd thing called referees at every damn sporting event.”
“Think of a team sporting event, where the referees were the fathers of 90% of the players on one team.”
“If Rollergirls are the queens of the rink, the referees are the gods.”
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