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fragged
 adj.— «Without both preparation and experience, tactical lessons and execution fall short of ideal. The mission may come off “as fragged,” but the learning curve remains stagnant.» —“Situational Awareness [Lucky or Good?]” by Pete Wilkie Flying Safety (US) Oct., 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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