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Oxford dictionary definition of the word jury:
noun (plural juries)
a body of people (typically twelve in number) sworn to give a verdict in a legal case on the basis of evidence submitted to them in court:
the jury returned unanimous guilty verdicts
a body of people selected to judge a competition.
verb (juries, jurying, juried)
[with object] North American
judge (an art or craft exhibition or exhibit):
the exhibition was juried by a nationally acclaimed artist
(as adjective juried)
he had a painting in the juried exhibition
the jury is out
a decision has not yet been reached on a controversial subject:
the jury is still out on whether self-regulation by doctors is adequate
late Middle English: from Old French juree ‘oath, inquiry’, from Latin jurata, feminine past participle of jurare ‘swear’ (see juror)