Why is "a" bench of kk thakur and rs Sharma not "the" bench of kk thakur and rs Sharma? As "the" is use for definite?

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  • You will have to provide more context than you have. I have no idea who or what kk thakur or rs Sharrma are—or even what bench refers to in this context. Nor is this an actual sentence. Is it discussing an everyday bench you sit on, and can there be more than one of them? If so, then the a seems appropriate. – Jason Bassford Jan 7 at 15:07
  • In an anti-climax to the build up before friday's hearing for which lawers ,visitors and journalist thronged court number in large numbers anticipating an order of significance , a bench of chief justice kk thakur and justice rs sharma took less than 30 sec to dictate... – mannu Jan 7 at 15:56

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