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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of marshal.
- n. Plural form of marshal.
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- n. the United States' oldest federal law enforcement agency is responsible today for protecting the Federal Judiciary and transporting federal prisoners and protecting federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminals and generally ensuring the effective operation of the federal judicial system
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In most cases, the marshal service designates which cabin marshals will fly in, Mr. Minerly said, with seating assigned to "maximize the effectiveness of the team."
Your colleague on the 3rd Circuit, Judge Rendell, called the marshals 'conduct Gestapo-like -- Gestapo-like.
NGUYEN: The safety of the air marshals, that is something that is being called into question.
We call the marshals or the FBI, or local caps in that area.
WALSH: The marshals are the country's best manhunters, and the man Jason is now hunting is the guy we told you about last week, Kerry Silvers.
Next under the Voiauod and his Lieutenant general are foure other that haue the marshalling of the whole army deuided among them, and may be called the marshals of the field.
The Modesto police called the marshals up and said, He's on the lam.
Attorney General Janet Reno has not immediately acted by sending U.S. marshals, which is within her authority, to come here and forcibly remove the boy from this home.
"One of the marshals was a woman," Lamar explained.
Napoleon, with a flashing glance, called his marshals to his side.
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