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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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Aside from those leaves that have been cropped along their upper register (frags. 4-6), the romance is laid out in two columns of continuous prose beneath a single-word, centered, running headline, "Melusyne." The text is structured by means of numbered chapter titles, capital initials of assorted sizes and designs, paraphs, decorative line fillers, and illustrations of differing sizes.
The next phase of the programme will be a visit next month to the European Parliament in Brussels when the course members will be accompanied by the 2012 President of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, John Davies FRAgs.
I'm thinkin" we might call that one 'Prop-Wash' or 'Shrap & Frags. 'That said, now the editors might arrange for me to have 'a tragic accident'--but only if they can find me!
I've been a freak about eye protection since being nearly blinded by plaster frags from a ricocheting AK round, and I've been a very satisfied user of Revision and Wiley-X eyewear for years.
Drew Sloan, OBE FRAgS, managing director of Semex and president of Holstein UK who launched the service said, "It has taken several years.
"Unreal Championship" features six modes of play, including traditional Deathmatch, a battle to see who can earn the most frags in a given amount of time; Team Deathmatch, in which two teams face off and aim to reach set number of frags before their opponents; Capture the Flag, where teams must steal a flag from the enemy base and carry it back to their own to score points; Double Domination, in which teams vie to control two points on a map to score; Survival, where you face an onslaught of endless opponents and Bombing Run, an American football-style game that challenges teams to carry a ball to the opponents base and carry it or shoot it through a goal to score points.
The result is a uniform spilt into three 16 grain frags. In comparison, a .24 caliber number 4 buckshot pellets weighs 21 grains.
I think I've already earned a doctorate in "Shrap & Frags *" too.
John Dunning CBE, JP, DL, FRAgS, was founder chairman of the Cumbria Rural Enterprise Agency.