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self-propelled sandbag

n. a U.S. Marine. (Persian Gulf War.) Those guys are just self-propelled sandbags. They are fearless.
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Demonstrate how to operate the brakes and foot pedals, where to place their hands and legs, how to use their hands and/or legs to propel the chair, and how to get up from and sit back down in the wheelchair.
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The outer two panels would move relative to the middle panel to propel the device forward.
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Furthermore, his wife was unable to propel his gerichair, increasing her frustration during visits.