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Another word for panel

  1. Rectangular section of a surface

      1. A tapestry, wall hanging, or curtain, especially one of Flemish origin.
      1. A heavy cloth woven with rich, often varicolored designs or scenes, usually hung on walls for decoration and sometimes used to cover furniture.
      2. A cloth embroidered with designs or scenes, especially one made in the Middle Ages.
      3. Something felt to resemble a richly and complexly designed cloth:
      1. A method of execution whereby the person is dropped and suspended from a rope around the neck, resulting in death from severing of the spinal cord, strangulation, or other causes.
      2. Something, such as a tapestry, that is hung.
      3. A descending slope or an inclination.
      1. A wainscoted wall or walls; paneling.
      2. Material, such as wood, used for wainscoting.
      1. To set in; insert.
      2. To furnish with an inset.
      3. A small map or illustration set within a larger one.
      1. A slab or plaque, as of stone or ivory, with a surface that is intended for or bears an inscription.
      2. A thin sheet or leaf, used as a writing surface.
      3. A set of such leaves fastened together, as in a book.
      1. Something that decorates or adorns; an embellishment.
      2. A person considered as a source of pride, honor, or credit:
      3. A note or group of notes that embellishes a melody.
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  2. Group of persons

      1. A law court.
      2. The bench where a judge or other presiding judicial officer sits in court.
      3. The place where a session of court is held.
      1. An assembly of persons called together for consultation, deliberation, or discussion.
      2. A body of people elected or appointed to serve as administrators, legislators, or advisers.
      3. An assembly of church officials and theologians convened for regulating matters of doctrine and discipline.
      1. A long flat slab of sawed lumber; a plank.
      2. A blackboard.
      3. A bulletin board.
      1. A group of people officially delegated to perform a function, such as investigating, considering, reporting, or acting on a matter.
      2. A person to whom a trust or charge is committed.
      1. A body of persons selected to decide a verdict in a legal case, based upon the evidence presented, after being given instructions on the applicable law.
      2. A committee that judges contestants or applicants, as in a competition or exhibition; a panel of judges.
      3. To judge or evaluate by a jury:
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