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decide

v. for a judge, arbitrator, court of appeals or other magistrate or tribunal to reach a determination (decision) by choosing what is right and wrong according to the law as he/she sees it.

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I've lost a couple of deciders so I told him he must play it.
Webster won one for Nunthorpe with a victory over Mike Fenby at 11-8 in the decider and the doubles were won by Westbourne at 11-6 in the fifth game.
The highest score came in the Under-15 Blake Cup decider when Whitley Bay saw off Ashington 7-1.
UNDER-18 CUP Larne and Plunkett battle it out in a keenly contested U18 decider
KING ELVIS, who won four of the five finals he reached in 2017 as he was crowned Greyhound of the Year, bids to snap a subsequent losing run of six in deciders in tonight's Golden Crest final, writes Jonathan Kay.
Throw in a World Cup semi-final against France in 2011, a Grand Slam decider against the French in 2012, the 30-3 title showdown versus England the following year and a World Cup quarter-final with South Africa in 2015 and you get the picture.
It's a must win game for both sides so we are in for an exciting series decider.' Taylor said.
Pacres and Jeannie delos Reyes gave the Fighting Warays a 5-3 lead in the decider which they stretched to 8-4 behind a double block by Delos Reyes and Guino-o.
"Our Destination Decider puts the power of day plans in the kids' hands, with parents not under pressure to cough up large entrance fees.
"It's a tough call to play Ross in the decider because you have a Test series (against England) coming up.
ENGLAND captain Eoin Morgan defended his decision to miss the decider against South Africa.
"She is back in action," Young said in a separate interview with (http://decider.com/2017/04/11/imposters-season-finale-preview-bravo-cast-interview/) Decider .