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officiate (as something) (at something)

to serve as an official or moderator at some event. They asked me to officiate as a judge at the contest. Laura will officiate as parade marshal.
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Pay for officiating seventh- and eighth-grade games is $16; it's $23 per game for officiating sixth- through eighth-grade "gold" (top division) games; and $25 per game to officiate Kidsports high school-age games.
He is a Grade One referee and has been officiating at world championships since 1991 and regularly officiates in international competitions all over the world.
With the new Barclays Premier League season due to start in nine days' time, Clattenburg will also not officiate in any other games until the issue has been resolved.
of West Virginia, and on Sunday, he was going to officiate at North Carolina State.
He said: "Charlie's decision not to officiate this year was taken on the grounds of ill health.
The Midlands now requires for the first time that Level 1 umpires officiate at all 1st and 2nd XI League matches.
The mean perceived competence to officiate a men's game was 3.
The National Basketball Referees Association represents 62 active and 14 retired referees who officiate all of the games for the National Basketball Association.
A recipient of the Shyam Bhatia award for cricketing excellence in the UAE, the Dubai-based umpire was in for a pleasant surprise when he was asked to officiate in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Division Four matches in Singapore last month.
That game saw the experienced Uzbek become the first referee to officiate at nine World Cup matches, beating the previous record of eight he shared with Joel Quiniou of France, Benito Archundia of Mexico and Uruguay's Jorge Larrionda.
It is believed that OFA is yet to clear of dues they owe to the national referees and the refusal of Omani referees to officiate in the league matches put OFA under pressure.
But he did not need any special credentials to officiate at the Stewart ceremony because Massachusetts offers a "one-day marriage designation" that, for $25 and a character reference, allows any friend or family member of a couple to legally perform a wedding.
Referee Mark Clattenburg will not officiate a Premier League fixture for a second successive weekend as he continues to assist The Football Association and police with enquiries following allegations he used inappropriate language towards Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel.
The benefits of playing lacrosse which the players get - such as developing self-confidence, physical fitness, sportsmanship, teamwork, and friendships - also apply for the adults who officiate.
Islamabad, May 27 ( ANI ): Three time winner of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Umpire of the Year award, Pakistan's Aleem Dar has achieved yet another landmark by becoming the Asian umpire to officiate in the most test matches.