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TO MUSTER, mar. law. By this term is understood to collect together and exhibit soldiers and their arms; it also signifies to employ recruits and put their names down in a book to enroll them.

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A grant recently awarded to the University of Washington, will allow the digitization of National Archives holdings including logbooks, muster rolls and related materials from U.
He is a self-admitted history nut and says that the sport is one of the oldest in the US; hand-tub musters began in Bath, Maine, in 1849.
Establishing common elements of a muster policy will provide our guests with the confidence that they are receiving the same key safety messages no matter which ship they cruise.
Electronic systems provide the ability to track the location of on-board personnel, as well as speeding up muster times during emergencies and adding an extra layer of security.
The big band, then, is still highly relevant and it certainly presents plenty of challenges to musicianship, which is why Huddersfield University's music department musters a big band that might well be sounding better than ever.
Inspired by Darwin's account of his experienced in Patagonia, retired Royal Navy Commander Musters landed at Gregory Bay in 1869 and spent nearly a year crossing the steppes to the Rio Negro.
Accounts of common militia musters are myriad in newspapers and writings of the period; we shall savor a sample from Georgia histo rical fiction: