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boots on the ground
 n.pl.— «Our cooperation with “boots on the ground” helps assure their future military and political cooperation while increasing United States influence worldwide.» —“FY 97 Defense Authorization” by Dennis J. Reimer in Washington, D.C. Congressional Testimony Mar. 13, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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