to referee a split between deficit hawks and doves
the only journal that publishes refereed articles
An official who watches a game or match closely to ensure that the rules are adhered to and (in some sports) to arbitrate on matters arising from the play
A person whose opinion or judgment is sought in some connection, or who is referred to for a decision in a dispute
A person willing to testify in writing about the character or ability of someone, esp. an applicant for a job
A person appointed to examine and assess for publication a scientific or other academic work
(sports) the chief official (as in boxing or American football) who is expected to ensure fair play
be a referee or umpire in a sports competition
evaluate professionally a colleague's work
reviewer: someone who reads manuscripts and judges their suitability for publication
an attorney appointed by a court to investigate and report on a case
(refereeing) umpirage: the act of umpiring; "the officiating was excellent"
A referee has authority to make decisions about play in many sports. Officials in various sports are known by a variety of titles, including referee, umpire, judge, linesman, commissaire, timekeeper or touch judge.
The referee in the boxing is the individual charged with enforcing the rules of that sport during a match.
In ice hockey, an official is a person who has some responsibility in enforcing the rules and maintaining the order of the game. ...
A professional wrestling referee is the official figure that makes sure that wrestling matches move smoothly in an attempt to maintain kayfabe. The referee also has the ultimate power in the ring. ...
Rugby league match officials are responsible for fairly enforcing the Laws of the Game during a match of rugby league football and imposing penalties for deliberate breaches of these Laws. ...
The Referee may refer to *The Sunday Referee - a defunct British newspaper, which was originally called The Referee. *The Referee (film) - a 2010 Swedish documentary film.
An umpire or judge; the official who makes sure the rules are followed during a game; A person who settles a dispute; A person who writes a letter of reference or provides a reference by phone call for someone; An expert who judges the manuscript of an article or book to decide if it should be ...
(referees) Civil court (like Small Claims) officials who listen to cases and decide what's fair (which may include a payment plan). If both parties agree then there's no need to go to trial.
(Referees) The men in black, or now more often than not in green, yellow or red, who have final say on player conduct during the game. ...
(Referees) the men in Black (oh and burgundy... and green)
Intramural referees are students with the exception of Outdoor Soccer and the Men's Indoor Soccer tournament. Previous officiating experience is not mandatory but experience playing the sport is highly recommended. ...
A person appointed by the court to hear and make decisions on limited legal matters, like juvenile or traffic offenses.
The official, wearing a white hat, that makes all decisions regarding penalties and interpretations of the rules. He enforces the rules and throws flags when a penalty is called. His word is final.
a person in charge of enforcing the rules in a tournament, as opposed to a tennis match (see Umpire)
The head official at a swim meet in charge of all of the "Wet Side" administration and decisions.
the sole judge and timekeeper of the game.
The person directly in charge of activities occurring at the meet. The referee's authority begins once the athletes arrive at the venue and extends until the results are finalized.
An official who interprets the Rules of Golf during a match or competition.
The official who directs the other officials on the field: one of seven officials.