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frag

In gaming, to kill one's opponent. The term came from the Vietnam War, meaning to assassinate one of your own and make it look like it was done by the enemy. Obviously, the target was an unpopular member of the team.
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Proper care can definitely help FRAG and its auditorium acquire financial stability, he said.
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The video also shows several types of different ammo: not just the airbursting frag shell, but training rounds and armour-piercing ones working on the shaped-charge principle.
Peth arall rwy'n ei gofio oedd gorfod cymryd llond llwy fwrdd o ryw stwff o'r enw Virol, rhyw fath o frag oedd hwn.
FRAG BOX offers a fine Herman Jackson mystery and tells of a murdered Vietnam vet from his past who is beaten in broad daylight--and who leaves behind a will naming Jackson as his sole heir.
abgewedelten deprivationen der aufgehellte fleck, und frag nicht nach
Frag: Es una muerte; es decir, en un juego donde matar a un enemigo suma puntos, los frags representan dichos puntos.
A common frag for us is casualty evacuation (CasEvac).
Root: The Latin word frangere, meaning "to break," and its form fractus give us the roots frag and fract.
Frag is a computer and video game term that is roughly equivalent to "kill," although the kill is usually only temporary.