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frag

(fræg)
tv. to assassinate an unpopular military officer in Vietnam. (Military.) The guy was so certain that nobody was going to frag him that he got careless and Charlie got him.

fragged

(frægd)
mod. destroyed; ruined. (As if destroyed by a fragmentary bomb.) My clothes are fragged, and I need a haircut.
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your Random House Webster's College shows it not; both American Heritage IV and your Microsoft Encarta College agree that fragging implies killing a soldier who is on your side with a frag (mentation) grenade.
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A sobering account, heavily researched and featuring a wealth of notes, Fragging offers invaluable lessons from American history that must be studied, lest America's military be doomed to repeat the evils of the past.
Their topics include digital sampling and analogue montage; remixability; aura, virtuality, and the simulacrum; the possibility of the archive in cyberspace; digital negation and the fate of shock after the avant-garde; from Ruttmann's Berlin to hypermedia Berlin; and fragging fascism.
There's nothing like fragging a strogg with a railgun before breakfast.