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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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He loved baseball and I loved basketball and the only way I could be part of the game was to officiate.
Dubai: The Emirates Racing Authority (ERA) on Wednesday announced that Racing Victoria's Chairman of Stewards Terry Bailey will officiate at the 20th Dubai World Cup meeting, the richest day in world racing, at Meydan Racecourse on March 28.
Rennison will often officiate on a Saturday morning in a Church League match in Sheffield and then travels to Huddersfield for an open-age fixture.
BILLINGHAM'S Dave Sudron is celebrating after receiving news that he has been selected to officiate at October's Commonwealth Games being staged in Delhi, India.
1) Rabbi Sally Olins of Temple B'nai Hayim in Sherman Oaks officiates at a memorial service for the Randolphs' dog.
Be ready physically, mentally, psychologically and emotionally to officiate effectively.
During the fall, Chelette officiates an average of three football games at the high school, junior college and college level each week.
He also officiates baseball and has done eight College World Series.