Definitions for "Marshall"
A person appointed by a tournament committee to keep order and handle spectators.
The adult(s) who control the crowd and swimmer flow at a swim meet.
A person whose job it is to patrol a golf course, keeping the pace of play up and responding to golfers' questions or concerns. During a tournament, a marshal's job will be primarily crowd control.
Plan A plan announced in June 1947 by the United States Secretary of State G.C. Marshall for the reconstruction of Europe after World War II. The plan involved a considerable amount of United States aid. 1955 Warsaw Treaty Established the Warsaw Pact (see Appendix C). 1957 Treaty of Rome Established the European Economic Community or "Common Market." Nomenklatur From the Latin nomenclatura. Concept derives from the Russian word nomenklatura, which denotes an enumeration of important positions and the candidates who are examined, recommended, and assigned to fill them by communist party committees at various levels.
United States actor (1914-1998)
United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program (1880-1959)
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A type of innerspring construction in which barrel-shaped, knotless coils are encased in fabric pockets.
A former U.S. Champion who coined the term swindle for a desperate trap that saves or wins the game.
a tasty appetizer for what promises to be a delectable body of work
(v.) To compact the values of several variables, arrays, or structures into a single contiguous block of memory; copying values out of a block of memory is called unmarshalling. In most message passing systems, data must be marshalled to be sent in a single message.
(in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
The process of converting programming language parameters into a protocol-dependent byte stream.
Keywords:  safety, course, speed, players, play
A person responsible for the safety of players and the speed of play while on the course.