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refereed

 [ref″er-ēd´]
pertaining to a journal article or presentation that has been reviewed by the author's peers to determine its scientific merit and acceptability.
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England's semi-final against France will be refereed by South Africa's Jonathan Kaplan.
It's always been my goal and, as I was involved in a referee exchange to Argentina in 2001 and have refereed in their main championship before and speak Spanish, Argentina is ideal for my first international match as a referee.
Donnelly's biggest match in the local game when he refereed the 1982 Irish Cup Final.
Mr Hill, a committee member at Senghenydd RFC, said, 'I was a WRU referee until I was 55 and since then I have only refereed occasionally at junior and youth matches if a referee doesn't turn up.
I have refereed in that part of the world, in China, and the fervour surrounding each match was unbelievable.
I know he was criticised heavily by Don and the others for the way he refereed the game when all he got was plaudits from those at the match.