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 v.— «If the friendly and enemy-held buildings are adjoining, “mouse-holing” with demolitions is preferable. If the buildings are not adjoining, we should use AT4s, light antiarmor weapons (LAWs), or other munitions from the safety of our own building, instead of going into the open to emplace explosives by hand.» —“The rifle platoon in MOUT” by John W. Karagosian Infantry Sept. 1, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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