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marshal the facts

To organize in order the facts (related to someone or something). I really need you two to marshal the facts in some sort of report we can give to the board before our presentation. If you don't have time, get your clerk to marshal the facts of the case for you.
See also: fact, marshal

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.
See also: marshal, together
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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.
See also: marshal, together
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.