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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 Army Corp of Engineers acquired two machines capable of filling 900 bags an hour and bought two Trailbagger trailers to carry the sandbaggers from emergency location to location.
Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack after a news conference Saturday in Camanche, Iowa, walked up to the three Sandbagger representatives there, shook their hands and thanked them for helping in Camanche and helping the people of Iowa.
The Sandbagger was successfully tested shortly after she saw the tremendous damage and human misery caused by the record 1993 Mississippi River flood.
The company president said the whole reason four years ago that she invented the sandbagger, was to prevent damage to homes, businesses and farms and the horrible human misery she saw during the 1993 Mississippi River flooding.
They will be using the Sandbagger machines all day today at Holman Field, St.
So, when looking to outfit her in golf shoes, the choice was pretty obvious--Sandbaggers, Portland, Maine, a company that insists '"[hat variety is the spice of life and, here at Sandbaggers, we like things spicy
Organisers were amazed when the 48-year-old Perth businessman agreed to tackle the gruelling Sandbaggers Gobi Desert Challenge - with a standard-issue NHS artificial leg.
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.