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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frogmarch.
- n. Plural form of frogmarch.
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Sweet dreams of frogmarches and rightwing breastbeatings and roast turdblossoms.
"I don't care if the gardener frogmarches her off to sweep out the potting sheds, as long as I get the afternoon off," I muttered maternally.
I would trade 3 Rove frogmarches for 1 Addington hey, I said I wasn’t objective!
There’s no way 24 business hours would be Monday in any case, because if the 24-hour clock started Monday at 8:00, then it would mean Karl frogmarches on Tuesday AM.