1 Cicero is an arbiter in thought, just as Brutus is an arbiter by the sword.
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2 For as the censors became the arbiters of morals in Rome, it was very much owing to them that the progress of the Romans towards corruption was retarded.
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3 From the school of this man sprang, among others, Braccio and Sforza, who in their time were the arbiters of Italy.
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4 I looked upon them as superior beings who would be the arbiters of my future destiny.
5 Three decades ago, Dr. Westlake, Julius Flickerbaugh the lawyer, Merriman Peedy the Congregational pastor and himself had been the arbiters.