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sandbag

1. tv. to force someone to do something. I don’t want to have to sandbag you. Please cooperate.
2. tv. to deceive someone; to fool someone about one’s capabilities. Don’t let them sandbag you into expecting too little.

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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The inventor of the Auto Sandbagger has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
Because the BCB Sandbagger is collapsable and can be erected in seconds, it speeds up transportation, storage and filling in the "field" where the sandbags are needed.
The Sandbagger is a lightweight, portable machine designed to eliminate the tedious process of manually filling sandbags.
Sandbaggers, though, also are available in stylish and comfortable golf sandals for fair weather play.
The cimbalom can make an unsettling noise, so he lifted the short neck-hairs in the creepy film Krott, and when Inspector Dalgleish investigated a case in Budapest for ITV's The Sandbaggers, Ian was part of the gipsy band, who were in fact playing in a Harrogate hotel standing in for Hungary.
Robin Of Sherwood, The Sandbaggers, Get Smart, I Claudius.
Just standing there" the Buddha-like young man, one of the heroic sandbaggers, says of people watching the water rise.
TV credits range from Angels and The Sandbaggers to Dr Who, Dempsey And Makepeace and Casualty.
What is needed is a huge volunteer response, sandbaggers on the shores of marriage, building up defenses against the downturn in the supports for the institution.
Snyder opened the parking lots of its stores to sandbaggers and encouraged its employees to take part in relief efforts.
Here's another wrinkle: In any profit projection, we discovered there are sandbaggers, and there are optimists.
Sandbagging operations remain active in the region and as of today, 771,000 sandbags and seven sandbaggers have been distributed by the State to shoreline communities to protect homes, businesses and infrastructure from rising water levels.
I guess the main thing about racing in such extreme conditions is that all the competitors were very experienced and the organisation by Sandbaggers was first class, resulting in everyone retaining a full complement of fingers and toes.
THERE we were solving the world's problems at the bar, like you do, when Ian said: "Does anyone remember The Sandbaggers on television?