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Definition of Gavel

Gavel

  1. A gable.
  2. A small heap of grain, not tied up into a bundle.
  3. The mallet of the presiding officer in a legislative body, public assembly, court, masonic body, etc.
  4. A mason's setting maul.
  5. Tribute; toll; custom. [Obs.] See Gabel.

Gavel Quotations

Don't judge me. You wanna judge me, put on a black gown and get a gavel. Get in line with the rest of them that's about to judge me. I got court dates every other month. It's me against the world - that's how I feel.
Lil Wayne

The thing is, if you control the Senate meetings, you control the gavel. And the gavel is a very important instrument... an instrument of power. An instrument that establishes the agenda.
Dan Quayle

From the beginning, we promised folks that they'll see whatever event we cover in its entirety, from gavel to gavel - whether it's the House of Representatives or the Senate. That's the whole reason for being.
Brian Lamb

I loved being a judge, and sometimes I miss the power of the gavel, but this is a lot more fun.
Catherine Crier
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Gavel Translations

gavel in German is Hammer