- pertaining to an arbiter or to arbitration.
Origin of arbitral
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The values involved in American arbitral proceedings have been enormous.The Unpopular Review Vol. I
Arbitral tribunals may have to deal with questions either of law or fact, or of both combined.
Arbitral tribunals are created to decide points in dispute, not philosophies of human action.
These quarrels regarding the claims of rival unions reveal the weakness of the Federation as an arbitral body.
This step was hailed by the public as going a long way towards the settlement of labor disputes by arbitral boards.
- of or relating to arbitration
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