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  • n. Plural form of frag.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frag.


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  • Last evening he came home with two more "frags" (that's fragments, to you and me) of coral.


  • The only frags that Lt. Laura deals with are the frags whose asses are getting TORN UP by Lt. Laura!

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  • Some had been shot or hit by frags, but others were intact, having been killed by the concussion of the bomb blast.

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  • Yes shoulder shots are effective, but bone frags and ruined meat could result from shoulder shot.

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  • It was shot to pieces, with no window or door or panel unperforated, no tire inflated, on top of a puddle of leaking internal fluids and a spew of glass frags and twisted metal shrapnel.

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  • They could call in Air Force Warthogs and ventilate the area with frags and 30-millimeter while guiding in marine aviation for the extract if Whiskey found itself in a firefight.

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  • I winced at the screams of rage and pain as the guys fought back, furiously spraying the jungle; chucking frags everywhere.

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  • Add to that that the Germans were masters of flak suppression … which is a nice way of saying ‘drop frags on exposed flak gunners who are hanging about among piles of explosives and vehicles filled with gasoline’.

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  • Meminet is an AI that coordinates a system of "flappers" and "skeeters," individual units that continually whisper necessary data into the ears of the "frags."

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  • In both cases the hollow point target bullet blossomed in its puncture of skull bone and spun sideways, whimsically, as it plowed through brain matter, then exited in a horrendous gusher of blood, gray stuff, and bone frags, above an eye in one case, below the other eye in the other, cracking the face bone like a pie plate.

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