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frogman

a swimmer equipped with a rubber suit, flippers, and breathing equipment for working underwater
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"The fireman, ex-Royal Marine frogman Peter O'Connor of Swinburne Place, claims he photographed the monster between 6am and 6.30am on Friday, May 27, about a mile north east of Foyers Bay on Loch Ness.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Palestinian Movement Hamas on Monday denied Egyptian media reports that it was training frogman to strike "strategic Egyptian targets", including Egypt's Mediterranean gas fields.
Frogman: A mischievous and dangerous mutant, Frogman is a fusion between a human and a frog where his tongue becomes his most powerful and sharpest hunting weapon.
Sidney was a member of the Seabees and served as a "frogman," an underwater demolition expert in World War II.
Back on board, the boys called him frogman, Frank, one helluva fool
The three then had to be rescued by another boat which was standing by with a frogman aboard.
The 61-year-old was stunned when he reeled in his "catch" and spotted the poor frogman on the end of his line in some distress.
DUMPED: Frogman retrieves pushchair Picture: NIGEL BENNETT; VANISHED: Little Shannon
America's First Frogman: The Draper Kauffman Story.
Bush, America's First Frogman: The Draper Kauffman Story is the biography of the father of the American Navy SEALs.