[ UK /dʒˈɔːɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒʊɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒʊɹi/ ]
- a committee appointed to judge a competition
- a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law
How To Use jury In A Sentence
- Cazalbou's injury-time try came too late to ruin the party.
- He insisted the second try - which levelled the scores in injury time - was short of the line.
- The car comes as standard with a driver's and front passenger's airbag as well as side curtain airbags to prevent injury in side impacts.
- The first followed a head on collision with a bus, where she had to be cut out of the car and fortunately her only injury was severe whiplash.
- The members of the jury were discharged from their duties.
- But he has managed just one minute this season since recovering from a persistent abdominal injury. The Sun
- Both the antisense drug and glibenclamide led to 75% reductions in spinal cord lesion volume six weeks after the injury, compared with sham-treated animals, the researchers reported. Social Security Reports, News and Informaion
- The jury, which began deliberations last Friday after a six-week trial, had to decide whether Castroneves, his sister-manager Katiucia "Kati" Castroneves, 35, and Michigan sports attorney Alan R. Miller, 71, evaded U.S. taxes on more than $5.5 million income that the race driver earned between 1999-2004 from his arrangement with Penske Racing. undefined
- Scores of jurors were quickly dismissed yesterday as the judge tackled the daunting task of finding an unbiased jury. Times, Sunday Times
- Thou shalt not deliver unto his master," &c., sets the servant free from his _authority_ and of course, from all those liabilities of injury, to which _as his servant_, he was subjected, but not from the obligation of legal contracts. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4