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The entire group of jurors selected for a trial from which a smaller group is subsequently chosen to form a petit jury or a Grand Jury; the list of potential jurors.

Virtually all states have enacted statutes delineating requirements for jury service. In most states, convicted felons and insane persons cannot be jurors. Professional persons such as judicial and government officials, lawyers, ministers, and medical personnel may be exempted by statute from jury service.

As a general rule, a group of local officials acting within the statutory framework select the persons who will make up the array.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.


a panel of jurors; to draw up a panel of jurors.
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ARRAY, practice. The whole body of jurors summoned to attend a court, as they are arrayed or arranged on the panel. Vide Challenges, and Dane's Ab. Index, h.t.; 1 Chit. Cr. Law, 536; Com. Dig. Challenge, B.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Massa, "Maximum efficiency beam synthesis of radiating planar arrays for wireless power transmission," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.
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recently performed a noise test for what the company says is the largest pipe resonator array ever produced.
However, these optimization solvers are complicated and have a relatively high computational cost for very large arrays due to superposition samples.
In [19, 20], several adaptive filtering time delay based methods are proposed to compare the performance of speaker localization using small aperture arrays. However, when the array aperture is small, time delay based methods tend to have a high sampling rate which aggravates the burden on the hardware system [21] and the accuracy of the localization estimates depends on the system's sampling rate.
The LED arrays are assemblies of LED dies or packages that can be built using numerous methods.
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 07 2019] Nucleic acid array is the nucleic acid technology that uses a large number of nucleic acid samples that are bound to solid substrates such as silicon and glass microscope slides.
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Phased arrays were invented for use in military radar systems, to scan the radar beam quickly across the sky to detect planes and missiles.
This article proposes a rapid fabrication method for the production of various molds for the replication of polymer lens arrays. The method involves ultrasonic vibration embossing with a polymer substrate and small steel ball array.
Recently many wireless communication systems have raised the need of developing antenna arrays capable of adapting to surfaces that change shape in time: this can be the case of simple wearable devices that monitor health and fitness parameters and that are placed on body parts that move and bend (e.g., wrists, ankles, and knees).
Together, the two solar arrays will generate a total 15 percent of ONU's electricity requirements, decreasing the university's carbon footprint by over 3,300 tons, equal to 315 average households.