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digi-cammies

digi-cammies
 n.— «The miniseries even got right the mismatched Marine uniforms—the corps in 2003 was in the process of transitioning from the old desert camouflage uniform, which Marines shared with the rest of the military, to the new, pixelated camouflage pattern (commonly referred to as “digi-cammies”) they currently wear.» —“True grittiness of Iraq” by Anna Badkhen Slate July 10, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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