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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of impanel.

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Examples

  • Among our number was a vestryman, – the densest idiot I have ever seen at large, – who met the plainest evidence with the most preposterous objections, and who was sided with by two flabby parochial parasites; all the three impanelled from a district so delivered over to Fever that they ought to have been upon their own trial for five hundred Murders.

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  • There is a good deal of antique form in the manner in which, under the direction of the clerk, prisoners are arraigned and juries are made up or "impanelled" for the trial of a cause.

    The American Judiciary

  • Certainly twenty-two attendants on the Mass were "impanelled" for trial for their religious misdemeanour.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • That jurors ought to be duly impanelled and returned, and jurors which pass upon men in trials for high treason ought to be freeholders;

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  • He then adjourned the case against Oscar Wilde till the next day, when a different jury would be impanelled.

    Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions

  • It is enough to say that the jury was impanelled, and the case proceeded.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • Public opinion has, within a few years, burned a slave alive at a slow fire in the city of St. Louis; and public opinion has to this day maintained upon the bench that estimable judge who charged the jury, impanelled there to try his murderers, that their most horrid deed was an act of public opinion, and being so, must not be punished by the laws the public sentiment had made.

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  • There's also another grand jury impanelled in DC also looking into Stevens' dealings with Veco Corp. and specifically how the crooked oil services company two of its execs, including its CEO, recently pleaded guilty to bribing public officials managed to end up renovating Stevens' home.

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  • Among our number was a vestryman, — the densest idiot I have ever seen at large, — who met the plainest evidence with the most preposterous objections, and who was sided with by two flabby parochial parasites; all the three impanelled from a district so delivered over to Fever that they ought to have been upon their own trial for five hundred Murders.

    The Trial for Murder, by Charles Dickens

  • At the end of it we came to a heavy door, impanelled, unpolished and modern, fastened by bolts.

    Decider

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