Marshalling

What is Marshalling?

Marshalling definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
noun
a military officer of the highest rank, as in the French and some other armies.Compare field marshal.
an administrative officer of a U.S. judicial district who performs duties similar to those of a sheriff.
a court officer serving processes, attending court, giving personal service to the judges, etc.
the chief of a police or fire department in some cities.

a police officer in some communities.
sky marshal.
a higher officer of a royal household or court.
an official charged with the arrangement or regulation of ceremonies, parades, etc.: the marshal of the St. Patrick’s Day parade.

verb (used with object), marA.shaled, marA.shalA.ing or (especially British) marA.shalled, marA.shalA.ling.
to arrange in proper order; set out in an orderly manner; arrange clearly: to marshal facts; to marshal one’s arguments.
to array, as for battle.

to usher or lead ceremoniously: Their host marshaled them into the room.
Heraldry. to combine (two or more coats of arms) on a single escutcheon.

 

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