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  • n. Alternative spelling of frog march.


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  • Of course, diversity is only a problem if you are trying to frog-march everyone towards a very narrowly-defined objective, such as “mastering the present perfect continuous.”

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  • Your little fantasy stops at the glorious day that we frog-march them into the Republican party.

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  • They put shackles on my wrists and legs, then frog-march me to an elevator.


  • He wants me to give him attitude so he has a reason to frog-march me down to HR.

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  • Can you imagine Bush and Karl Rove allowing themselves to be paraded through Washington on a leash by some dimwit Republican Senator of a state with six people in it the way the Obama White House this summer is allowing Max Baucus (favorite son of the mighty state of Montana) to frog-march them to a one-term presidency?

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  • These pre-selected numbers show no confusion in conservatism whatsoever -- and a core audience ready to frog-march in militant, military formation toward a future that looks all too much like those good old days that never were.

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  • But David Axelrod needn't worry that the spam police will frog-march him out of the White House.

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  • So in the specifics, Congress needs to do more than symbolically go after CEO pay, they need to frog-march those responsible to jail and seize/sell their ill-gotten assets.

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  • It took Governor Jeb Bush twenty-four hours to frog-march a bill through the legislature forcing this poor South Florida woman, thirteen years in a persistent vegetative state, to keep on living.

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  • My sister is a tutor, and she says if she has to frog-march one more wretched student through "Heart of Darkness," she'll go mad.

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