FROG

free rocket over ground
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FROG

In cryptography, FROG is a block cipher authored by Georgoudis, Leroux and Chaves. The algorithm can work with any block size between 8 and 128 bytes, and supports key sizes between 5 and 125 bytes. The algorithm consists of 8 rounds and has a very complicated key schedule. It was submitted in 1998 by TecApro, a Costa Rican software company, to th...
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Frog

The body plan of an adult frog is generally characterized by a stout body, protruding eyes, cleft tongue, limbs folded underneath and the absence of a tail. Besides living in fresh water and on dry land, the adults of some species are adapted for living underground or in trees. The skin of the frog is glandular, with secretions ranging from distas...
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FROG

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) ...began deployment of the Honest John in western Europe, and from 1957 the Soviet Union built a series of large, spin-stabilized rockets, launched ...
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frog

[n] - a person of French descent 2. [n] - a decorative loop of braid or cord 3. [n] - any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping
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Frog

• (n.) The triangular prominence of the hoof, in the middle of the sole of the foot of the horse, and other animals; the fourchette. • (n.) The loop of the scabbard of a bayonet or sword. • (n.) An amphibious animal of the genus Rana and related genera, of many species. Frogs swim rapidly, and take long leaps on land. Many of the spe...
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frog

toad noun any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species
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Frog

[fastening] A frog (sometimes referred to as a Chinese frog) is an ornamental braiding for fastening the front of a garment that consists of a button and a loop through which it passes. The usual purpose of frogs is to provide a closure for a garment while decorating it at the same time. These frogs are usually used on garments that appear ...
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Frog

[game] Frog (also known as Toad) is a solitaire card game which is played with two decks of playing cards. Because of its gameplay, it belongs to the same family of solitaire games as Strategy, Sir Tommy, Calculation, and Puss in the Corner. Thirteen cards are dealt face up to become the reserve, also known as the `Frog.` Any aces that are ...
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Frog

[horse] The frog is a part of a horse`s hoof, located on the underside, which should touch the ground if the horse is standing on soft footing. The frog is triangular in shape, and extends from the heels to mid-way toward the toe, covering around 25% of the bottom of the hoof. The frog acts as a shock absorber for the foot when it makes imp...
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Frog

[models] Frog was a well-known British brand of flying model aircraft and scale model construction kits from the 1930s to the 1970s. == History == Founded in 1931 by Charles Wilmot and Joe Mansour, International Model Aircraft Ltd. (IMA) originally used the Frog brand name (said to stand for `Flies Right Off the Ground`) on the Interceptor ...
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Frog

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Frog

[picture books] Frog is a picture book character created by Dutch author and illustrator Max Velthuijs. The first Frog title in English was published in 1989, enititled Frog In Love, translated by Klaus Flugge for Andersen Press. In the Netherlands Frog is known as Kikker and he has become a well known and loved character. In Britain Frog I...
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Frog

[solitaire] This category is for women of two types: ...
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frog

Click images to enlargeAny amphibian of the order Anura (Greek `tailless`). There are about 24 different families of frog, containing more than 3,800 species. There are no clear rules for distinguishing between frogs and toads. Frogs usually have squat bodies, with hind legs specialized for jumping, and webbed f...
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Frog

Frog (frŏg) noun [ Anglo-Saxon froggu , frocga a frog (in sensel); akin to Dutch vorsch , Old High German frosk , German frosch , Icelandic froskr , fraukr , Swedish & Danish frö .] 1. (Zoology) An amphibious animal of t...
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Frog

Frog transitive verb To ornament or fasten (a coat, etc.) with trogs. See Frog , noun , 4.
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frog

1. <zoology> An amphibious animal of the genus Rana and related genera, of many species. Frogs swim rapidly, and take long leaps on land. Many of the species utter loud notes in the springtime. ... The edible frog of Europe (Rana esculenta) is extensively used as food; the American bullfrog (R. Catesbiana) is remarkable for its great size and...
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Frog

A depression in the bed surface of a brick, sometimes called a panel.
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FROG

A depression in the bed surface of a brick. Sometimes called a panel.
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frog

a device used at the junction of two overhead contact lines to permit the passage of the current collector
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Frog

A frog or frog fastening, is an ornamental fastening for the front of a coat consisting of a button and a loop of braid or cord through which it passes, rather than the usual button-hole. Frog fastenings are typically found on military and oriental garments.
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Frog

A tough, rubbery, triangular part of the underside of a horse hoof that acts as a shock absorber for the horse's foot and also assists in blood circulation of the lower leg.[108]
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Frog

An indentation in the bottom surface of a brick.;
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frog

any of various tailless amphibians belonging to the order Anura. Used strictly, the term may be limited to any member of the family Ranidae (true ... [29 related articles]
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