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  • v. Present participle of empanel.


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  • That's the commission that Peskin himself helped create a couple of years back, with the idea of empanelling a body of "experts" who could put the brakes on any of the mayor's ambitious development proposals.

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  • His cure for what ails us calls for empanelling a blue ribbon study group like the 911 Commission, sounding like reform the same way that a pneumatic jack-hammer sounds like a dial tone.

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  • Indeed, Walsh was considering empanelling a new grand jury.

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  • In a brazen demonstration of willfulness, AMC proceeded to trial without an expert, empanelling a jury for three days without even the remotest possibility of success on its infringement claim.

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  • And this "Idol" goes from a panel of three judges to empanelling a jury.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2008

  • GRACE: And now he is facing charges, child endangerment charges, going from an "Idol" panel of three to empanelling a jury on these charges.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2008

  • He goes from a panel of three "Idol" judges to empanelling a jury.

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  • So I think certainly the empanelling of a grand jury on this issue is an indication Cynthia McKinney's in some serious trouble.

    CNN Transcript Apr 5, 2006

  • The matter was prolonged into September — there was difficulty in empanelling an unbiassed jury because of the moral sentiments involved.

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  • The investigation really now is in an intense phase, a fourth prosecutor as well as the likelihood of empanelling a grand jury at this time.

    CNN Transcript Dec 31, 2003


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