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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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Three other finals have been refereed by Englishmen — George Reader in 1950, William Ling in 1954 and Jack Taylor in 1974.
I simulated what would happen in the Premier League if it was refereed by clones and compared this with what happens in the Premier League as it is actually refereed by humans.
Rafati has been a Bundesliga referee for six years and has refereed about 200 matches in the top two leagues in Germany in addition to a several Champions League and Europa League matches.
Referee Bahadyr Kochkarov, who refereed at FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa, returned to Kyrgyzstan.Kochkarov has landed in Bishkek this morning from Moscow.The Central Asian team of referees comprised of main referee Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan), his assistants Bahadyr Kochkarov (Kyrgyzstan) and Rafael Iliasov (Uzbekistan) refereed 5 matches of FIFA World Cup 2010, including opening match and one of semi finals.Irmatov\'s ream was the only selected by FIFA to referee 5 matches - South Africa-Mexico (1:1), UK-Algeria (0:0), Argentine-Greece (2:0), Argentine-Germany (0:4), Netherlands-Uruguay (3:2).
The All-Ireland SHC final between Kilkenny and Tipp on September 6 will be refereed by Diarmuid Kirwan of Cork.
Harrington, having refereed locally for more than 30 years, said: "It's not just me but many referees in the Coventry area are up in arms about the decision.
"I also refereed Liverpool in the Carling Cup at Anfield this season, which was another highlight."