impanel

[im-pan-l]
verb (used with object), impaneled, impaneling or (especially British) impanelled, impanelling.
1.
to enter on a panel or list for jury duty.
2.
to select (a jury) from the panel.
3.
to enter names on a panel or other official list.
Also, empanel.


Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English empanellen < Anglo-French empaneller. See em-1, panel

impanelment, noun
unimpaneled, adjective
unimpanelled, 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

impanel (ɪmˈpænəl)
 
vb , (US) -els, -elling, -elled, -els, -eling, -eled
a variant spelling (esp US) of empanel
 
im'panelment
 
n

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Example sentences
Thereafter, in the event the court excuses one of the initially selected
  jurors, it may then impanel the alternate.
If the offender was tried by a jury, the trial court shall impanel a new jury
  for the hearing.
The trial court concluded that no exceptional sentence could be considered
  because it lacked the authority to impanel a jury.
Having the information available beforehand, he said, can greatly decrease the
  time needed to impanel a jury.
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