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muster

to collect sheep or cattle into a herd (cattle) or flock or mob (sheep).
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Muster, nodding to the officials, quipped: 'We're old, but they're older than us.
He thought Muster should be rated two or three on the strength of his world ranking despite the fact that in his last four visits to Wimbledon he's been a first-round loser.
Of his special friend Fergie, Muster says: "It's a very lonely world for her - there are few people she can trust.
Muster, ranked No 3 in international tennis, laughed off suggestions that she had travelled just to see him.
In addition to the hand-tub competition, the muster events included the dry hose race, the wet hose race, a hose-rolling competition and the bucket brigade.
A pirate climbs the rigging during the Mersey Pirate Muster
The 36-year-old German visibly dropped the pace during his 6-4, 6-3 defeat by Thomas Muster, Austria's Davis Cup manager, in his opening round-robin match.
1996 (1) T Muster bt (16) A Costa 6-3 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2
The trouble began on Saturday when Muster stormed off the court in a fit of pique during the doubles match and said he had been spat at.
Super Swede Stefan Edberg turned back the clock to dump top seed Thomas Muster out in the semi-finals of the Stella Artois Championship at Queen's.
Minister for Regional Communications Fiona Nash will meet with Sky Muster satellite retailers on Thursday to discuss huge increases in data allowances announced recently.