empanel

[em-pan-l]
verb (used with object), empaneled, empaneling or (especially British) empanelled, empanelling.

unempaneled, adjective
unempanelled, adjective
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empanel or impanel (ɪmˈpænəl)
 
vb , (US) -els, -elling, -elled, -els, -eling, -eled
1.  to enter on a list (names of persons to be summoned for jury service)
2.  to select (a jury) from the names on such a list
 
impanel or impanel
 
vb
 
em'panelment or impanel
 
n
 
im'panelment or impanel
 
n

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empanel
1487, from Anglo-Fr. empaneller, from en- + panel (q.v.).
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Example sentences
Moving a trial before even attempting to empanel an impartial jury is virtually
  without precedent in this state.
The court then stated that it would empanel eight jurors and permitted each
  party three peremptory challenges.
At the beginning of each term, the presiding judge shall empanel two grand
  juries, a regular jury and a concurrent jury.
And you turn around and say that's malpractice and empanel a jury.
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