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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of empanel.
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If there are multiple indictments today and/or Fitzgerald either extends or empanels a new grand jury, the White House remains in hot water as he will be seeing this entire affair through to its just conclusion by getting to the bottom of how these criminals lied the nation to war.
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Asia ` s oldest bourse and Dhanalakshmi Bank, today entered into an agreement which empanels Dhanalakshmi Bank as its clearing and settlement bank.
The new law also empanels a National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council to influence federal disease prevention strategies.
As I’ve been arguing for a bit now over at the old U … sexual assualt should qualify as an Honor offense (along with lying, cheating and/or stealing) and if you’re convicted by whatever body the University empanels with due process … you should be gone.