Marshal definition

Marshal means a person of at least 18 years of age authorised in writing by the promoter to assist in connection with the proper conduct of the race; and
Marshal means the United States Marshal or a deputy marshal of this district.

Examples of Marshal in a sentence

  • The Finance Director may consult, as the Director deems necessary, with the Chief Building Official, Fire Marshal, Community Development Director and Police Chief, or their designees on any application.

  • DHS will issue implementing directives on converting Federal Air Marshal Serv- ice employees to any new classification system that may subsequently be es- tablished under this subpart, con- sistent with the conversion rules in§ 9701.231.

  • Borough staff such as the Public Works Director, Fire Marshal, sewer and/or water utilities, and other technical consultants as needed.

  • Steward: Andrew ThomsonEvent Stewards: Ian Howells, Aled DaviesClerk of the Course: Ceri Morgan.Secretary of the Meeting: Cathy Davies: Tel: 01437 765398/07825169626Entry Secretary: Melo La Rosa 7 Priory Lodge Close, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 2BZ 01646 697141/07929223686 melolarosa7@gmail.comChief Marshal: Nick Hodgson: Tel: 07929223686 Competitor Liaison Officer Ryland James 07773346878 Motorsport UK.

  • PENA, was employed as a Deputy United States Marshal by the United States Marshals Service.


More Definitions of Marshal

Marshal means the United States Marshal of this district or any of his or her deputies.
Marshal means a person appointed by a metered taxi association, mini-bus taxi association or a bus association to manage and co-ordinate the flow of vehicles and passengers in a public transport facility;
Marshal means the United States Marshal for this District, a Deputy Marshal or other authorized designee.
Marshal means the person appointed under this Act to be the Marshal of the Court;
Marshal means the Admiralty Marshal;
Marshal means the marshal appointed by the Public Services Commission under this Act;
Marshal means the state fire marshal as further identified in Chapter 59A, Article 52 NMSA 1978; and