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  • n. Plural form of frogman.


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  • The existence of "frogmen" - and what they can do - is a known.

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  • I am cautious of any paper that uses AIPAC as a bogey man, instantly dismisses as propaganda anything — no matter how well documented — that may support Israel’s version of the facts, and puts scare quotes around “Commandoes” when describing 4 armed frogmen from the Al Aksah Martryrs Brigade en route from Gaza to Israel

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  • Underwater Demolition Team UDT Also known as frogmen

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  • Holbrook was one of the Navy's original "frogmen" during World War II.

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  • The other frogmen hesitated in the treetops, glancing at one another as if they knew the Mortmaine were nothing to tangle with.

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  • Fancy decided she was hallucinating, that her mind was trying to distract her from the fact that she was being eaten alive by frogmen.

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  • But the frogmen were quicker than she was, leaping over her head and catching hold of the trees, waiting for her to pass by, like it was some game.

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  • SEAL teams were created in January 1962, he said, drawing their initial members from the existing Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT, or frogmen).

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  • Even though I was 'with' the Teams in combat, I used to feel nervous about joining in with the REAL frogmen when shouting that phrase.

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  • As Mr. Wise writes, If a beach were an espionage target, the Russians would send in a sub, frogmen would steal ashore in the dark of night and with great secrecy collect several buckets of sand and take them back to Moscow.

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