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marshalling

(communications)
(US -ll- or -l-) The process of packing one or more items of data into a message buffer, prior to transmitting that message buffer over a communication channel. The packing process not only collects together values which may be stored in non-consecutive memory locations but also converts data of different types into a standard representation agreed with the recipient of the message.
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Talks between the Municipality of Eskilstuna and Green Cargo regarding a new marshalling yard started in the summer and autumn of 2015.
The Javits Center could continue operating without interruption or loss of revenue or markets during construction and $600 million would be saved because the MTA's Quill bus garage would not have to be acquired for truck staging and marshalling.
My job was to drive trucks off the ship and get them lined up for the Soldiers to take to the marshalling yard," said Spc.
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Bremerhaven, Germany, prepared the port of Szczecin for receiving, marshalling, documenting and loading of the inbound Polish equipment.