- representations which preceded
the struggle, and in the final arbitrament
of force, this country
was impelled solely
by the purpose
and the political
arena, and committing
it to the arbitrament
who were immediately interested
in, and alone responsible
E. Berquist, Jr (1981): Henry Middleton
and the Arbitrament
of the Anglo-American Slave Controversy
by Tsar Alexander
I, The South...
- "Historically the idea of a chief
or chieftain submitting
to the arbitrament
of its Court
of law is really
grotesque. The chief
was the law, and his...
arbitr- – arbiter, arbitrable, arbitrage, arbitrageur, arbitral, arbitrament
, arbitrarious, arbitrary, arbitrate, arbitration, arbitrator, arbitratrix...
the way another choose
law or the church. An issue undergoes
of arms."..."One does not bear arms against
of independence, the question
of slavery would
fall "to the arbitrament
of law, and to the councils
of legislation". (He did not mention...
of different nations
by peaceful arbitrament
has been traced
back as far as 1623 in modern...
- officers, so magnificent
on the parade
ground, "shrank ... from the arbitrament
of arms as from an unholy
abyss". In reality, Austro-Hungarian military...
- Bent the proud
neck of Araucania's race To Spain's stern
yoke, by war's arbitrament
. Child, Jack. Introduction
Translation. Lanham: University...