Stupid Halo

ar·bi·tra·tor n.

  1. A person chosen to settle the issue between parties engaged in a dispute. See Synonyms at judge.
  2. One having the ability or power to make authoritative decisions; an arbiter.

ar·bi·ter n.

  1. One chosen or appointed to judge or decide a disputed issue; an arbitrator.
  2. One who has the power to judge or ordain at will: an arbiter of fashion. See Synonyms at judge.

ar·bi·trar·y adj.

  1. Determined by chance, whim, or impulse, and not by necessity, reason, or principle: stopped at the first motel we passed, an arbitrary choice.
  2. Based on or subject to individual judgment or preference: The diet imposes overall calorie limits, but daily menus are arbitrary.
  3. Established by a court or judge rather than by a specific law or statute: an arbitrary penalty.
  4. Not limited by law; despotic: the arbitrary rule of a dictator.

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