Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of impanel.

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Examples

  • First, a stupid state law permits a mayor to keep impaneling them.

    Mark Green: Changing the NYC City Charter. Again?

  • In 1999, Mayor Giuliani was considering impaneling a Charter Commission to change the succession laws to ensure that a public advocate he apparently didn't like (me) wouldn't become mayor for a year if he won a U.S.

    Mark Green: Changing the NYC City Charter. Again?

  • In 1999, Mayor Giuliani was considering impaneling a Charter Commission to change the succession laws to ensure that a public advocate he apparently didn't like (me) wouldn't become mayor for a year if he won a U.S.

    Mark Green: Changing the NYC City Charter. Again?

  • Because what better way for Obama to begin his labors of peace on the world stage than by impaneling a Truth Commission to investigate the wrongdoings and illegal actions of the Bush administration regarding their pre-emptive war with Iraq and their post-9/11 torture policies?

    Kristen Breitweiser: President Obama, Find Peace Through Truth

  • Conventioneers listen to motions during the Jefferson County Republican Party convention in the impaneling room of the Jefferson County Courthouse in Beaumont on Saturday, March 29, 2008.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Shane Howard right during the Jefferson County Republican Party convention break in the impaneling room of the Jefferson County Courthouse.

    Jefferson County Republican convention

  • After impaneling grand juries and leasing office space in three jurisdictions, and investigating virtually every aspect of the President's business, financial, political, official and, ultimately, personal life, the Office of Independent Counsel has presented to the House a Referral that no prosecutor would present to any jury.

    The White House Rebuttal

  • April Seymour (right) registers Jonathan Bradley (center) during the Jefferson County Republican Party convention in the impaneling room of the Jefferson County Courthouse.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • April Seymour (right) registers Jonathan Bradley (center) during the Jefferson County Republican Party convention in the impaneling room of the Jefferson County Courthouse.

    Jefferson County Republican convention

  • Shane Howard right during the Jefferson County Republican Party convention break in the impaneling room of the Jefferson County Courthouse.

    Archive 2008-04-01

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