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Not every unusual substratum used for wills passes muster with the courts.

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That means the world is holding Brazil’s climate commitments to a high standard—and so far, they haven’t passed muster.

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New lots will be shipped as soon as they pass muster, Bancel said.

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The tentative deal, which has been in the works for months, must still pass muster with judges who have been handling the complex litigation in federal and state courts.

Despite the increasing appeals from residents and advocates, the tough task for local leaders and advocates has been finding solutions that can pass muster with a majority – or supermajority – of voters.

No major figure from either party has mustered such seemingly obvious denouncement.

But if the Arab states mustered the will, they could demolish ISIS, as history has shown.

Although they mustered 250 volunteers in 84 counties, thousands of bodies in all 99 counties are needed for success in 2016.

Arguments can be mustered from the evidence to support all kinds of theories about his identity and true nature.

When he finally mustered up enough courage, he pulled back his sheets, and the thing was gone.

I finally mustered up my courage and said "Ich," but told him I did not know it perfectly yet.

He mustered up an indifferent air, closed his lips tight, and determined to give no further signs.

Damme, where the patriots mustered on the eve of the Bruges Matins, is within a short hour's stroll from the east end of the town.

Then went King Harald southward to More where mustered he men, and a great number was gathered unto him.

The usual tale of five of the national rig and the schooner 'Amphitrite' made up the entry, and all mustered at the rendezvous.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mustered, such as: enroll, organize, group, raise, congress, and enter.

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