The content that is on that disc should be made available to them and not locked under some arbitrary key.
Having a shared cause (even an arbitrary one) is a monumental aspect of the meaningful life.
arbitrary administrative red tape should never stand between veterans and jobs.
Often, the reasons for being recommended for testing are arbitrary.
But arbitrary benchmarks cheat kids out of a fulfilling education.
Up and down are arbitrary or relative terms after all, in the universe.
It must be recognized that what is proposed is an arbitrary action on the mores.
arbitrary and merely personal judgments I have, however, endeavoured to avoid.
But, if he did so, he did so in the exercise of an arbitrary discretion.
Each is absolutely without any arbitrary influence, any influence not natural or sympathetic or co-operative, upon the other.
early 15c., "deciding by one's own discretion," from Old French arbitraire (14c.) or directly from Latin arbitrarius "depending on the will, uncertain," from arbiter (see arbiter). The original meaning gradually descended to "capricious" and "despotic" (1640s). Related: Arbitrarily; arbitrariness.