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- n. military clothing worn when doing menial labour
- n. Plural form of fatigue.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fatigue.
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- n. military uniform worn by military personnel when doing menial labor
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Pretty soon, corporate religion will be offering stained glass windows with repiggie Jesus flanking the cross, dressed in fatigues and sporting an automatic weapon.
And she had the hat cocked to the side and in fatigues and army boots and, you know, tattoos were showing very, very vividly.
A militar in fatigues handed me a mask upon entering metro Bellas Artes, but it fell apart before I could even get on a train.
Dressed in fatigues, Iannone "introduced himself as a Vietnam veteran," said Gross.
Here new employees, dressed in fatigues, spend months running drills, learning the massage techniques and right blends of herbs and oils, while building the strength needed to massage legs and feet for upwards of ten hours a day.
Major, 5 1/2 yr POW ..... dresses in fatigues, boots and gold leaf while grocery shopping.
The double wide doors were wide open, people in fatigues were running around outside, there was a motor pool of Khaki vehicles in the back of the first floor.
We were pulled over by 6 guys in fatigues with M-16's.
The other personnel were dressed in fatigues either OD or khaki or mixed.
I don’t want to give too much away, but I’ll give you a few teasers — there’s a blond talk-show pundit who favors short black minis and S&M named Jane Cleaver, a political guru named Kurt Rand who likes to describe politics and war as a game, and a big ... bunch of zombies in fatigues who beg to differ.