- v. Past participle of rehear
“That is, pent- in the original pentiz was “reheard” as a familiar element, as the pent- in words like pentangle.”
“In that case, the court sent the detainee back to the district court to have his habeas corpus petition reheard.”
“The RIAA has succeeded in bringing only one case before a judge and jury, and even that is slated to be reheard on June 15.”
“The third judge on the case, Pierre Leval, wrote a strong dissent and it is likely to be reheard en banc.”
“The supreme court reverses a good majority of cases it hears - she has plenty of cases they did not think needed to be reheard.”
“Once the 3-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit issues its decision, a party may ask that the case be reheard by the original 3-judge panel or, in the alternative that it be heard 'en banc' by a group of eleven randomly-assigned judges out of the 27 judges on the Ninth Circuit.”
“A four-year ban remains in place against Dean McKeown after his case was partially reheard by the British Horseracing Authority.”
“The judges scrapped the two-month jail sentences and ordered that the case be reheard.”
“She must have reseen it, reheard it all so many times now, hundreds, thousands.”
“Unfortunately, the full appeals court subsequently vacated the panel's opinion and ordered the case reheard by an expanded "en banc" panel of 11 judges.”
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