After pulling over the car, the paneling of which was packed with drugs of all kinds, the cops tow it to the station.
In the days of Elizabeth it became the fashion to have the carving at the top of the paneling with plain panels below.
Then, with a swift movement, he replaced the paneling and turned about.
He brought the hatchet down with telling force at each blow, smashing all the paneling around the lock.
For the paneling, frames will be needed about which to fasten the burlap.
After floors and ceilings are out, it is a simple matter to loosen all paneling and remove it in large units.
Doorways and cornices for the outside; arches, mantels and paneling within.
So the floors would come last, after the molding, after the stairs, after the railings and the paneling.
With one impulse the three men turned toward the slide in the paneling.
They had had to remove a piece of the paneling to get at the bolt.
early 14c., from Old French panel "piece of cloth, piece, saddle cushion" (Modern French panneau), from Vulgar Latin *pannellus, diminutive of Latin pannus "piece of cloth" (see pane). Anglo-French legalese sense of "piece of parchment (cloth) listing jurors" led by late 14c. to meaning "jury." General sense of "persons called on to advise, judge, discuss," etc. is from 1570s. Sense of "distinct part of surface of a wall, door, etc." is first recorded c.1600.