muster roll


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muster roll

n.
1. The official roll of persons in a military or naval unit.
2. An inventory; a roster.
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muster roll

n
(Military) a list of the officers and men in a regiment, ship's company, etc
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Noun1.muster roll - a list of names of officers and men in a military unit or ship's companymuster roll - a list of names of officers and men in a military unit or ship's company
roster, roll - a list of names; "his name was struck off the rolls"
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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Discrepancies in muster roll: On account of wage payment, the workers are in a fix to understand the computation of quantum of work to draw their daily wage rate.
Museum staff will be dressed in pirate costume, and children are also being encouraged to dress up in their best pirate gear to sign the Mersey Pirate Muster roll book, which entitles them to join the "Mersey pirate navy" for 100 years.
Broadwater also provides a capsule history and muster roll for the company of each diarist.
The Journal de la Timorie, or Helmsman's Log, from the ship Mont Blanc was caught up in the ship's muster roll stored at the National Archives in Kew.
There is a portrait of William Bligh of Bounty fame who sailed with and idolised Cook, and a copy of a muster roll of the crew of the Freelove in 1747 showing the lowly ranked Cook as third name up from the bottom.
The Muster Roll shows names, addresses and occupations of everyone in the city and what arms, if any, they could bear in time of military need.
Red Rover's April 1, 1865, muster roll shows Sisters Adela and Veronica, Mary Dalton, and Betsy Young still serving on board, although Sister Veronica left on March 31.
Translations of Coronado's muster roll, accounts of the Espejo end Sosa expeditions, and Inquisition testimonies serve as prime examples of obscure publications that Snow has made more accessible.
ISLAMABAD -- CDA management while defying blatantly its own Board's decision has failed to regularize Muster roll and daily wages employees.
SU administration is surprised to see individuals who do not ensure their own availability in classrooms and opt not even to sign the muster roll are accusing the vice chancellor of 'indifference'.