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  • noun Plural form of terp.

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Examples

  • I'm sick of the so called terps fans who only show up some times and when things go bad they act like morons.

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  • I'm sick of the so called terps fans who only show up some times and when things go bad they act like morons.

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  • Even many of those Iraqis -- including the so-called "terps" (interpreters) -- who risked life and limb to assist the American Embassy in Baghdad still remain in Iraq like sitting ducks.

    Lionel Beehner: The Iraqi Refugee Mess Just Got Messier

  • In the early aftermath of the war, these Iraqi interpreters, or "terps," we learn, were enthralled by America -- its culture, its customs, its people, its pornography.

    Lionel Beehner: Five Years On, We've 'Betrayed' Iraqis

  • Apparently this interpreter was also speaking for his fellow "terps" and most of them felt this same way -- proud of what they were doing but definitely worried about how long they could keep it up.

    Three weeks with the Marines in Iraq? Priceless!

  • Only now they're called Military Service. spankystokes "Military Billy" custom by DrilOne analektainformatics Military 'terps' go to war to win peace and visas justinthelibrarian 15 Dots Enough: Alaskan Military School's low-res game demake videos

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  • (Reuters) stuckinseoul Military 'terps' go to war to win peace and visas

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  • During the hunt for Zarqawi, interrogations took place in two shifts, morning and night, with interpreters, or “terps,” providing translation.

    The Ploy

  • During the hunt for Zarqawi, interrogations took place in two shifts, morning and night, with interpreters, or “terps,” providing translation.

    The Ploy

  • Not all of the 'terps, as they are known, worked for the army.

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