Example sentences with "arbitered", translation memory
Does the Commission share the view that the special position of the Court of Auditors as arbiter of the misdeeds of others must not cause officials, either of the Court itself or of other institutions, to hide cases of mismanagement, fraud or any other illegal activity which come to their attention in an attempt to safeguard the unimpeachable image of the Court?
The state is also the final arbiter of law.
The first part of the pageant, lead by nobles, drummers and trumpeters, shows the "Standard of Saint Mark", donated to Venice in 1171 by Pope Alexander III sa a sign of gratitude for acting sa an arbiter of peace between the papacy, the empire and the city-states.
"Duelmaster and Arbiter."
The right to appeal to an independent, impartial national legal body must be ensured for all parties involved in the electoral process. A transparent complaints procedure should be established as a review mechanism which should serve as the final arbiter of disputes.
"As Teacher, she never tires of proclaiming the moral norm... The Church is in no way the author or the arbiter of this norm.
In this context, the role of the UN Security Council, as the final arbiter on the consequences of non-compliance – as foreseen in multilateral regimes – needs to be effectively strengthened.
Support by staff associations for the independent arbiter role of the Commission was dealt a large blow in pay disputes between the government and the CSC Pay Research Bureau (PRB) that was created under Heeney in 1957.
NATO cannot be permitted to determine by itself when force will be used, yet the NATO ‧th Anniversary Summit, occurring shortly after the Kosovo bombing began, took a deliberate decision to set itself up as the arbiter on when it would use force
Copenhagen exposed the demise of Europe not only as a global power, but even as a global arbiter.
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