arbitrament


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arbitrament

1 the decision or award made by an arbitrator upon a disputed matter.
2 the power or authority to pronounce such a decision.

ARBITRAMENT. A term nearly synonymous with arbitration. (q.v.)

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A cette epoque, on trouve la meme plasticite terminologique en anglais, ou nous trouvons les termes arbitrament ou award (85), qu'en francais, avec les termes suivants : sentences arbitrales, arbitrage, conciliation, resolution, etc.
Reasons argued for divorce are available only for divorces by arbitrament and divorces by trial, which are provided by the Supreme Court of Japan.
were the necessary consequences of an ill composed government in the first institution, which neither sufficiently declaring in whom consisted that supream authority, which is necessary to the preservation of every Commonwealth, not yet fully determining the right of succession, left a liberty to subjects to enlarge their privileges by force, and to every one, as he had most power, the arbitrament of his own interest.
In a speech at Auburn, New York, in early September, Seward declared that the question of emancipation as a peace term was irrelevant because at the end of the war slavery would "pass over to the arbitrament of courts of law, and to the councils of legislation.
The voice of the majority saves bloodshed, but it is no less the arbitrament of force than is the decree of the most absolute of despots backed by the most powerful of armies" (Tucker 1893, 426-27).
The years are her ally in such an arbitrament, and with confidence My Lord can assure the new Duchess (assuming her Duke abides by these stipulations and his own propensity for accumulating "semblances") the long devotion (so long as he lasts) of her last Duke .
For risk managers looking to increase their arbitrament experience, the Office of Dispute Resolution for NASD Regulation, Inc.