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  • noun Plural form of marshalling.

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Examples

  • Meanwhile the suit progressed slowly, with interminable examinations of witnesses and marshallings of evidence.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • Meanwhile the suit progressed slowly, with interminable examinations of witnesses and marshallings of evidence.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • There is something of the same sort in these variations of the equable procession of Hooker's syllogisms, these flower-gardens scattered, if not in the wilderness, yet in the humdrum arable ground of his collections from fathers and philosophers, his marshallings of facts and theories against the counter-theories of

    A History of Elizabethan Literature

  • The whole section 1Chronicles xxii. -xxix. is a startling instance of that statistical phantasy of the Jews which revels in vast sums of money on paper (xxii. 14), in artificial marshallings of names and numbers (xxiii. -xxvii.), in the enumeration of mere subjects without predicates, which simply stand on parade and neither signify nor do anything.

    Prolegomena

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