impanel

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From Anglo-Norman empaneller.

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impanel ‎(third-person singular simple present impanels, present participle (UK) impanelling or (US) impaneling, simple past and past participle (UK) impanelled or (US) impaneled)

  1. To enrol (jurors), e.g. from a jury pool; to register (the names of jurors) on a "panel" or official list.

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