He was considered so good at the job he was requested to stop playing and concentrate on full-time umpiring some years back.
act as an umpire.
But the point here is that such a play does not give umpires the mandate to reverse any call.
(in some sports) an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.
translation of 'umpire'
Trouble flared on the third and final day of the match with Burgess wagging his finger at Lehmann, who was fielding at mid-wicket when James Middlebrook had an appeal for lbw rejected by the 'umpire' .
Most interventions by an 'umpire' detract from the spectacle and hence are unwelcome to players and spectators.
After a controversial call that went against their White Sox, Chicago fans were really giving it to 'umpire' Red Ormsby.
The second great purpose of the monarchy is to be available as an impartial 'umpire' above party when the nation is split by a constitutional crisis.
What the court was concerned about in that case was that the 'umpire' had failed to achieve fairness as between the parties.
We've run off by refusing to have an international 'umpire' in negotiations.
In the event the two arbitrators fail to agree on an 'umpire' either party shall have the right to submit the matter to the Canadian Arbitration Association.
Linda Barker chose the school's head of girls games to 'umpire' a rounders match.
Up until this season the 'umpire' closest to any suspicious or contentious incident would review the game tape and lay a charge if warranted.
There are three ways in which disputes are solved: either by the use of force, by an 'umpire' , or by negotiated interaction.
The 'umpire' intervenes in the rally after a Sharapova shot grazes the line, and the Russian takes the replayed point to win the match.
It should have been a classic on a fast, true Adelaide pitch and, but for the intervention of 'umpire' Ross Emerson, it would have been.
The government's model of collective bargaining, without an 'umpire' and with no provision for parties to negotiate in good faith is the worst of all worlds.
Further frustration came when an equalising goal was disallowed by a contentious 'umpire' decision.
The plate 'umpire' that day was Lance Barksdale, a Class AAA fill-in.
In between, Lara hit a flurry of boundaries and was involved in a verbal exchange with rival captain Steve Waugh that forced the intervention of 'umpire' David Shepherd.
We have all heard of cunning bowlers turning down their own appeals, withdrawing them is the proper term, the better to impress the 'umpire' with their incorruptible honesty and win a decision next time.
They never call on parties to negotiate and they don't want the 'umpire' involved.
The workers' mischievous behavior deeply offended the General Motors 'umpire' 's middle-class sense of propriety.
His Garrymore colleague, Tom Murphy, who was acting as 'umpire' , took charge, when Jarlath retired at the interval.
It's certainly going to hit middle stump, but 'umpire' Alim Dar makes a brilliant spot: Strauss got the tiniest of inside edges before it hit his pads.
I waited for what I honestly thought would be a safe sign from the 'umpire' only to be pronounced dead at the scene for the final out of the inning.
The fun-loving backstop once handed the card to 'umpire' Larry Napp who erupted with laughter.
Once the 'umpire' had power to order parties to the negotiating table and broker a fair deal.
But there are areas of the rule book that give 'umpires' the authority to decide on the ‘severest penalty.’
He was considered so good at the job he was requested to stop playing and concentrate on full-time 'umpiring' some years back.
As Deane also mentions, Hoy merely assumed that his coach's signals gave later-day 'umpires' the idea.
There he spoke eloquently ‘of cultivating general friendship, and of bringing collisions of interest to the 'umpirage' of reason rather than of force.’
On the Wednesday they played Italy, whose hockey players have the same emotive feelings about 'umpiring' decisions as their footballing colleagues do about referees.
David, a former solicitor, was Welsh junior doubles champion in 1968, captained the tennis team at Nottingham University in 1969 and 'umpired' the Wimbledon Men's Singles Final in 1984.
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