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marshal together

To gather a number of people or things together; to round up multiple people or things. A noun or pronoun can be used between "marshal" and "together." The event organizer marshaled all the guests together so that the performance could begin. We need to marshal together the heads of the various departments so we can all go over these issues in person.
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marshal someone or something together

to organize or gather someone or something together. The leader marshaled all his people together in preparation for the parade. Let's marshal the troops together for the attack.
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We learn that the closing scene "was the most magnificent spectacle of any kind attempted in modern pageantry, and represents a glowing mass of between 4,000 and 5,000 persons - all the performers in all the foregoing processions and episodes - marshalled together in some gigantic ballet scene, on the broad field of the Pageant.'' What a sight that must have been!
That being the case, and because of the material that Kersten has marshalled together, Islam in Indonesia: The contest for society, ideas and values is a must-read for researchers working on Indonesia and the intellectual history of Islam, in that country, elsewhere in Southeast Asia, and globally.
But most machined and engineered parts are an intermediate process where many parts may be marshalled together for assembly of the final article.
Expanding the souped-up rockabilly of his magnificent debut, Mariachi-stoked hoedowns and gloriously frazzled jazz interludes are marshalled together with style.
The official souvenir of the National Pageant of Wales tells us that the closing scene was "the most magnificent spectacle of any kind attempted in modern pageantry, and represents a glowing mass of between 4,000 and 5,000 persons - all performers in all the foregoing processions and episodes - marshalled together, as in some gigantic ballet scene, on the broad field of the pageant.