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Use "juries" in a sentence
"The prevalence of whites on juries is particularly striking when contrasted with the following data obtained via this Columbia Journalism News article that I found after a quick Google search:"
"Quite right - but that's because there's no history of discrimination against left-handers, whereas the practice of using peremptory challenges and other devices to keep blacks off juries is older than Jim Crow and a continuing problem."
"‘No blame attached to the officers’-that lying and disaster-breeding verdict so common to our soft-hearted juries, is seldom rendered in France.’"