Last week Arbiter
was busy on Twitter promoting the upcoming release, tweeting: "Doing a big publicity shoot today for my book On Duty With The Queen.
Today, as never before, it is clear the president is no longer the arbiter
of the presidential succession.
Ma Kai, Chairman of the State Development Reform Commission, and the ideological arbiter
of all economic policies to ensure they can be defended in terms of a "socialist market economy.
The meeting at County Hall agreed to approach the Joint Council - on which employers and employees are represented - to ask them to act as an independent arbiter
in the Charles Faber dispute.
Nor is there a discussion about how one becomes an arbiter
of fame, and how such arbiters
determine who is 'in' and who is 'out'.
In addition to the participation of the foreign judge in the investigation, two other changes are stipulations that the so-called "supreme court of the Khmer Rouge trial" is the final arbiter
of the court proceedings and that reserve judges will be given compensation for their services.
When these institutions become arbiter
and interpreter, they even skew my perception of myself.
After its destruction, the expansive classical notion of kosmos was reduced to a purely physical natural world, objectified and viewed largely as an instrument for the achievement of human ends; man the microcosm became man the isolated subject and the sole arbiter
of meaning; and nature fell from grace as God withdrew both His presence and His blessing.
The Selection Process Must Allow the Designation of an Unbiased Arbiter
, Gaiusoriginal name Titus Petronius Niger (d.
Because an experimental drug that can restore sobriety in drunken rats also appears to act through this same molecule, the researchers believe it may be the arbiter
of alcohol's disabling effects in people as well as rats.