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Panel

A list of jurors to serve in a particular court or for the trial of a designated action. A group of judges of a lesser number than the entire court convened to decide a case, such as when a nine-member appellate court divides into three, three-member groups, and each group hears and decides cases. A plan in reference to prepaid legal services.

The term open-panel legal services refers to a plan in which legal services are paid for in advance, usually by insurance, but in which members can select their own lawyers. Under a closed panel, all legal services are rendered by a group of attorneys previously chosen by the insurer, the union, or another entity.

panel

n. the list of people selected to appear for jury duty. (See: jury, venire)

panel

1 a board set up to adjudicate or inquire.
2 in Scots criminal law, the ACCUSED in a serious criminal trial.

PANEL, practice. A schedule or roll containing the names of jurors, summoned by virtue of a writ of venire facias, and annexed to the writ. It is returned into the court whence the venire issued. Co. Litt. 158, b.

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Taipei Zoo imported three types of poison dart frogs - golden, yellow-banded, and green-and-black - from Sapporo City Maruyama Zoo in 2014.
What if you have to eat two frogs? as Brian Tracy says, 'If you have to eat two frogs, eat the ugliest one first.' It means that if you have two important tasks start with the arduous task and get it done first, then take up the easiest task in this way you will feel more energetic and less troublesome rest of the day.
The scorpion's reply made sense to the frog, but the frog had more questions.
Caption: In 2004, chytrid fungus wiped out half the frog species native to El Cope, Panama.
In this undated photo provided by researchers in December 2018, a male tungara frog in Panama uses his vocal sac to call out in Gamboa, Panama.
These mosquitoes were traditionally controlled by frogs.
Incidentally, Mr Seshadri was one of the researchers who rediscovered the frogs. While frogs typically lay their eggs in or above standing water, white-spotted bush frogs lay their eggs inside the hollow internodes of reed bamboo that grow along streambanks and their offspring emerge from the eggs as fully-formed froglets.
Their allure seems timeless; it's hard to believe that it's been 11 years since the development of two popular baits--Zoom's Horny Toad and SPRO's Bronzeye Frog. The Bronzeye was developed by an angler who's almost synonymous with frog fishing, Dean Rojas, while the Horny Toad spurred the development of soft plastic frogs (sometimes called toads) with paddle feet that churn the surface on a straight retrieve.
Obscured vision often finds bass missing the frog's body, but if they get a grip on leg strands, they can suck in the bait.
Some students will move the green frog first of all and then jump the spotted frog over the green one.
The newly discovered species are Don's Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana doni ), Indian Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana indica ), Large Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana magna ), Maharashtra Goldenbacked Frog ( Hylarana caesari ), Sreeni's Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana sreeni ),
However, we do not believe them to be a display; instead, butt wiggles appeared to be an adjustment made by the frog to bring its ventral surface into better contact with the substrate, possibly to facilitate moisture gain or retention.