The agent-noun form of lingerie is frank.
The present-participle form of military actions is lying.
The past-tense form of sheep is permanent.
The past-participle form of six-pack is urn.
Unfortunately, someone has mix-and-matched these four statements. Some or all of them should combine a form name, a given form, and a modified form (the three boldfaced components) differently from the way they're combined above. Can you arrange them back into their proper combinations?