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jury panel

n. the list from which jurors for a particular trial may be chosen. (See: jury)

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The involvement of regional and international fragrance experts in the jury panel determine the winners of the eight categories for Arabic and International fragrances within the 'Fragrance of the year Awards'.
The decisions by the jury panel -- two enlisted personnel and three officers followed a week and a half of testimony at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, near Tacoma.
The entries received for the Estidama Fareej Design Contest, which primarily presented a challenge to design a sustainable Emirati house integrated in the local traditional neighbourhood concept, Al Fareej, were reviewed by an esteemed jury panel, which comprised of expert representatives from the UPC, Estidama, Aldar and Masdar.
The awards are chosen by an international jury panel comprising auto critics chosen by the committee.
This year's jury panel consists of experts from the entire Middle East region.
A jury panel of six men and six women has been sworn in and the trial is due to start on Monday and will last between four and six weeks.
Mr Roger gave the judge what he called "race neutral" reasons for removing two African-American women from the jury panel with his peremptory challenges.
RIBA will draw up a shortlist of five schemes for the second stage of the competition, with the authors invited to present proposals to a jury panel.
Chosen by a jury panel of architects from around the country, the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center's Harmony Pavilion has received a Silver Award in the health care facilities category of the 2008 Brick in Architecture Awards Program.
Nine men and five women were sworn onto the jury panel that will hear charges against Dennis O.
Several members of the original jury panel were dismissed because they live or work in the Wallsend area.
On Wednesday, a jury panel of 24 was selected, of whom 12 will be sworn in.