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How to use the word arbiters in a Sentence?

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The other point about this, one more point of confirmation that we can not trust -- the public can not trust these people, meaning the national media at large, this social media giants to be arbiters of what’s true and what’s not.

The Federalist columnist Eddie Scarry

Found on FOX News
2 years ago

I do n’t think we should be the arbiters of truth and I do n’t think Our Government should be either.

Jack Dorsey

Found on FOX News
2 years ago

Facebook's fact-check policy is a joke, we will aggressively defend our First Amendment freedom, especially in this pivotal election year. We will not be censored by wannabe Democratic operatives posing as third-party arbiters of the truth.

Kelly Sadler

Found on CNN
3 years ago

What's happened is, and for good reason, conservatives and Republicans no longer trust the national news media to be fair arbiters or fair information purveyors, so why would you expect anything different on this issue?

Glen Bolger

Found on CNN
4 years ago

We believe in giving people a voice and that we can not become arbiters of truth ourselves, so we’re approaching this problem carefully, we’ve focused our efforts on the worst of the worst, on the clear hoaxes spread by spammers for their own gain, and on engaging both our community and third party organizations.

Adam Mosseri

Found on FOX News
7 years ago

After my opponent left the very toilet partition yet another time, the arbiters entered it, what they found was the mobile phone with headphones. The device was hidden behind the pan and covered with toilet paper.

Tigran Petrosian

Found on FOX News
9 years ago

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