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Synonyms for bench

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a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below)

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a strong worktable for a carpenter or mechanic

the magistrate or judge or judges sitting in court in judicial capacity to compose the court collectively

the reserve players on a team

(law) the seat for judges in a courtroom

take out of a game

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exhibit on a bench

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IANS New Delhi In a departure from past practice where any matter could be allocated to any bench, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Thursday issued a new roster indicating the nature of cases that would be listed before 12 benches - a move being seen as addressing the grievance of the four rebel judges.
Three of the said petitions were referred to the full bench by different single benches after coming to know that identical petitions were being heard by it, he added.
Chelameswar-led bench for the setting up of a five-judge constitution bench to hear an alleged bribery case involving a retired Orissa High Court judge, saying the CJI is the "Master of Rolls" who can assign cases and direct composition of benches.
Tenders Are Invited For Furnishing, Delivery And Installation Of Water Meter Test Benches And Test Tanks
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court with six benches here at principle seat is all set to take up a number of important cases today.
New Delhi, June 4 ( ANI ): The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for the establishment of permanent benches of the Karnataka High Court at Dharwad and Gulbarga districts.
A spokesman for Coventry City Council said: "It's important we authorise the placing of benches in cemeteries so that we can make sure they are in the right area and they don't block other graves or in a place that could block access.
Critical verticals like oil and gas, energy and utility, as also captive units of some like HSBC, JP Morgan, Stanchart and Citi maintain a bench at high single digit rates, but many leading domestic and MNC tech firms have only 5% of their people sitting on benches at present, say external hirers who are privy to these details.
ALL neighbourhoods in the Capital Governorate will soon have new concrete benches, following a municipal council proposal.
Improvements will include new fencing, plantings, water features, play equipment, benches and sitting areas, lighting, pavement and curbing, drainage and infrastructure.
After both teams were sent to their benches, George struck back with a 3-pointer.
Like all the best benches, Bill's shows itself unexpectedly - most often to bicyclists or runners who have slogged up a steep stretch of Fox Hollow Road south of Eugene.
Available in backed and backless versions, these versatile benches allow armrest quantity and placement to be specified.
In Berlin-based artist Manfred Pernice's recent show, art disentangled itself from, and then remerged with, modular furniture: Dinged plywood benches each formed of three open cubes and positioned against a gallery wall led into more elaborate "banks" in the center of the space, some built of concrete with inset tiles, others of partially painted particleboard, scored or cut as though halfway to assembly.
Those of you with woodworking experience will be able to build these benches using the illustrations as a guide.