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  • verb US Simple past tense and past participle of marshal.

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Examples

  • Medal of Honor recipient Peter Lemon was on the phone daily making important calls, while Chuck and Mary Schantag marshaled

    Media Information Sheet

  • First note that Israel's adversaries as if the people themselves are not Israel's adversaries conspiratorially "marshaled" the crowds.

    Wednesday, December 31, 2008

  • First note that Israel's adversaries as if the people themselves are not Israel's adversaries conspiratorially "marshaled" the crowds.

    Sunday, December 28, 2008

  • "marshaled" and he has an volunteer to lead the effort.

    Salem News

  • "marshaled" and he has an volunteer to lead the effort.

    Salem News

  • Some customers have said they are drawn to this particular iPhone launch because it is the last device that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs marshaled to market.

    Apple's iPhone 4S Hits Stores

  • When high school student Zack Kopplin marshaled the support of 43 Nobel laureates from the sciences to back evolution and challenged Bachmann to produce her Nobel prize winners, not surprisingly, she ignored him.

    Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.: Bachmann, Barton and Bull

  • When high school student Zack Kopplin marshaled the support of 43 Nobel laureates from the sciences to back evolution and challenged Bachmann to produce her Nobel prize winners, not surprisingly, she ignored him.

    Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.: Bachmann, Barton and Bull

  • When high school student Zack Kopplin marshaled the support of 43 Nobel laureates from the sciences to back evolution and challenged Bachmann to produce her Nobel prize winners, not surprisingly, she ignored him.

    Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.: Bachmann, Barton and Bull

  • When high school student Zack Kopplin marshaled the support of 43 Nobel laureates from the sciences to back evolution and challenged Bachmann to produce her Nobel prize winners, not surprisingly, she ignored him.

    Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.: Bachmann, Barton and Bull

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