- v. US present participle of marshal.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of arranging in due order.
- n. (Her.) The arrangement of an escutcheon to exhibit the alliances of the owner.
“I marvel at the organisation involved in marshaling such numbers.”
“There is a time overhead in hauling the container to the container marshaling, which is recouped on the faster movement of container freight rail when clear paths are available.”
“With the United States focused on multiple war zones, the idea of marshaling resources for a more concerted Central Asia strategy may seem ambitious.”
“Then, before the guard could ask for his papers, Horn spoke in English, marshaling his finest Camp Ritchie “Yankee-speak,” as Rosenthal called it when Horn didn’t wish to reveal his German accent.”
“The chef and his wife, public relations pro Simone Rathle, will start marshaling Bayou Bakery's fans on Facebook and other places to vote for Guas as part of the nationwide contest.”
“There is no marshaling of citizens, there is no call to action for voters, there is nothing expected of every-day Americans.”
“So, it's more than medicine for the greedy business boys and girls, it's really badly needed life saving medicine that they are marshaling armies of lobbyists and Tea Party zombies to resist.”
“But looking after my two lads also taught me some valuable lessons about marshaling my time and working efficiently.”
“The company is also marshaling its marketing force behind $50-to-$70 prepaid plans that it introduced earlier this year.”
“But preventing a war in Sudan at this late hour will not be easy -- nor will be marshaling support among Americans for an intervention in yet another Muslim nation.”
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