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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of muster.

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Examples

  • Sundin mustered one shot and has not scored in his last 13 contests.

    National Hockey League - Senators vs. Maple Leafs

  • Clayley was elected first lieutenant, and in a week from that time the company was "mustered" into the service of the United States government, and armed and equipped as an independent corps of "Rifle

    The Rifle Rangers

  • He argued that the Senate had a right to debate our resolution once it became the business of the day and that, since standing rules required a two-thirds majority to end debate, he should be able to debate it until we mustered a two-thirds majority to stop him.

    The Good Fight

  • He argued that the Senate had a right to debate our resolution once it became the business of the day and that, since standing rules required a two-thirds majority to end debate, he should be able to debate it until we mustered a two-thirds majority to stop him.

    The Good Fight

  • He argued that the Senate had a right to debate our resolution once it became the business of the day and that, since standing rules required a two-thirds majority to end debate, he should be able to debate it until we mustered a two-thirds majority to stop him.

    The Good Fight

  • But there is no evidence to suggest that Brown ever mustered any curiosity about his vehicle's price until it was published - never mind his deputy's e-mailed insistence that the city find him a "black Navigator, black-on-black interior, GPS, power moon roof, rear entertainment system and aluminum wheels."

    Kwame Brown navigates his future

  • But there is no evidence to suggest that Brown ever mustered any curiosity about his vehicle's price until it was published - never mind his deputy's e-mailed insistence that the city find him a "black Navigator, black-on-black interior, GPS, power moon roof, rear entertainment system and aluminum wheels."

    Kwame Brown navigates his future

  • Comic roles are skilfully handled by Massenet and come across well: Polish contralto Ewa Podles mustered grim regal splendour as the stepmother, with Madeleine Pierard and Kai Rüütel – both Jette Parker Young Artists – lively as the indistinguishably stupid sisters.

    Cendrillon; Rinaldo – review

  • Despite a trio of bad economic data, markets still mustered a small rally, although it's unclear how sustainable an uptick is, Steven Russolillo reports on the Markets Hub.

    Stocks Jump on Hopes for Fed Action

  • Had the democrats mustered the balls to say no, it may have been a different picture today.

    State of the Union: Powell 'concerned' about Obama's agenda

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  • In Joyce's _Ulysses_, Bloom contemplates a ham and gorgonzola cheese sandwich and thinks "Ham and his descendants mustered and bred there. Potted meats. What is home without Plumtree's potted meat? Incomplete."

    Mustard = mustered

    November 5, 2009