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muster

verb  /ˈmʌs·tər/ us  

muster verb (PRODUCE)

[T] to produce or encourage an emotion or support for something: I shouted with all the lung power I could muster.

muster verb (GATHER)

[I/T] to gather together as a group or force, or to cause a force to gather, esp. in preparation for a fight: [T] Opponents will have to muster at least 23 votes to defeat the bill.
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