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Harrell and the colonel had moved away, towards the frogmen. Thomas, Craig THE LAST RAVENTwo men were shrugging themselves into frogmen 's suits on the sandbank. Thomas, Craig THE LAST RAVENPolice frogmen searched an area of the river yesterday that had been sealed off. The Sun (2008)Six frogmen helped repair the cracked glass. The Sun (2010)A search involving frogmen was launched when her wheelchair was found on the riverbank two weeks ago. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Five controlled explosions rocked the wreck as military frogmen blew out reinforced glass windows to allow access to submerged decks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or what about frogmen or astronauts? Times, Sunday Times (2008)A team of navy frogmen, backed by secret agents, and possibly a submarine, would be needed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His body was recovered by volunteer divers after police failed to involve their own frogmen. The Sun (2016)Force frogmen searched a lake near the house yesterday and other officers dug in the grounds. The Sun (2010)Anti-aircraft batteries have been set up at strategic locations and frogmen have been sweeping the city's waterways for mines. Globe and Mail (2003)

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