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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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Pass Muster is 13lb better of with that rival off only a 4lb higher mark this afternoon and that's before taking into account the claim of his rider Mikey Ennis, who is good value for his 7lb allowance.
And while we may not have the billion-person audience and scandalous attire of that 'other' trade association, Pinnacle nominees have to pass muster on 82 judging criteria--not just one outstanding performance
If he does, Pete won't pass muster in the next Baseball Writers Association of America balloting.
At the time of its 1975 introduction it forged sexual imagery that would not likely pass muster during these more conservative times.
Still, the cavities didn't fill evenly and the parts didn't pass muster.
This kind of "education" would never pass muster in the online milieu.
It's important that we come up with something that can pass muster in the courts, but I don't think that's the only responsibility of the commission," Copps was quoted by Dow Jones as telling reporters last month.
In instances where projects reviewed barely pass muster, to your credit you have always managed some positive comments.
Archbishop Rowan Williams says attacking Iraq wouldn't pass muster under Christian "just war" doctrine.
But before you can reap the benefits, you've got to pass muster.
There is no assurance that they will do so, however, since only 35 percent of candidates, on average, pass muster after nearly a year of push-ups, parachuting, and mortar fire.