from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A set of decorative looped fastener on a garment, especially on a military uniform.
- v. Present participle of frog.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Fishing for frogs. See frog-fishing.
- n. The ornamental frogs or braiding on a garment, especially across the breast of military uniforms. See frog.
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I seldom do this sort of "frogging" - mostly I like what knit.
I try to see ripping out some knitters call it "frogging" -- rip-it, rip-it in the same light as revising text.
Andrews and his bandmates, Orleans Avenue, spent nearly an hour effortlessly leap-frogging among nimble jazz, classic New Orleans brass, viscous funk, silky soul -- they even puffed their chests out for a take on Lil Wayne's "Lollipop."
I can give you a good general answer, since I am from the gulf coast, and have seen my share of Longnose and Alligator Gar while frogging.
After many hours of counting and frogging, frogging and counting, I now have two-and-one-half rows of lace.
= SPEED!., transit open terrain, especially at night, day travel and leap frogging or overwatch is to slow and depends on the crew mack up. unless contact is expected and unavoidable, then leap/overwatch is noty a big issue.
After frogging the scarf I had been knitting, I was truly inspired to get the new version done as quickly as possible.
Leap-frogging from one entrenchment to the next gives the gameplay its shape, since a soldier in the open is much, much more vulnerable to the whims of every passing bullet.
If it takes another35 years or even 50 years to do it right instead of leap frogging the infrastructure part of it, so what?
Before you get seduced by automaker claims that their latest and greatest cars have made marked advances over older models, leap-frogging with more advanced powertrains and safety technologies, consider waiting until these fresh designs have been fully tested and have demonstrated a proven reliability record.