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"Marshall Plan" has become a metaphor for any very large-scale government program that is designed to solve a specific social problem. It is usually used when calling for federal spending to correct a perceived failure of the private sector.What is a Marshal?
The original marshal was a servant in charge of horses, but by the time the word was borrowed from French into English in the 14th century, it referred primarily to a high royal official.What is the meaning of the word proposed?
Define proposed. proposed synonyms, proposed pronunciation, proposed translation, English dictionary definition of proposed. v. pro·posed , pro·pos·ing , pro·pos·es v. tr. 1. To put forward for consideration, discussion, or adoption; suggest: propose a change in the law. 2.What does it mean to be marshalled in court?
marshaled also marshalled; marshaling also marshalling. Legal Definition of marshal (Entry 2 of 2) : to fix the order of (assets) with respect to liability or availability for payment of obligations also : to fix the order of (as liens or remedies) with respect to priority against a debtor's assets — see also marshaling.