hand-propelled love

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  • Before turning onto busy Gan Jiang Dong Street, linger for awhile and watch hand-propelled wooden boats drift down the canal.

    A Weekend in China's Changing Garden City

  • Fighters used heavy machine-gun fire and hurled hand-propelled grenades into the station in Mogadishu's Madina district, the latest in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But what's happening is because of the IEDs and the mortars and the hand-propelled grenades, they're getting these blast injuries where the findings -- the damage can be sometimes subtle.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2006

  • But what's happening is because of the IEDs and the mortars and the hand-propelled grenades, they're getting these blast injuries where the findings and the damage can be sometimes subtle.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2006

  • The woman began to sob on the last words, and there was a general movement in the group about her as with a sudden squeaking of wheels a man in a hand-propelled invalid-chair shot forward, and Jerry and the policeman found themselves looking down into the pale, harassed face of a man aged about five-and-thirty.

    The White Cottage Mystery

  • It could be pushed, or hand-propelled by the occupant.

    The Nest Builder

  • And the railway's unsightly indications strewn across the countryside -- ballast heaps, excavations, noisy stationary engines, hand-propelled barrows bumping along toy lines, gangs of men at labour with pick and shovel -- met Sabre's thoughts on this June morning because he was thinking of the Penny Green Garden Home and of Mabel, and of

    If Winter Comes

  • Mrs Budd's, Mavis noticed a young man in a hand-propelled tricycle, which the fly overtook.

    Sparrows: the story of an unprotected girl

  • Equipment carried in technical vehicles is to be transferred to vehicles which can be hand-propelled or else carried on person.

    Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2

  • Neighbors pitched in with a rake and a shovel, and Ernest Roberts provided a hand-propelled roller that he inherited from a previous occupant of his two-flat at 4826 W. Van Buren St. It squeaks loudly when rolled, is widen enough for two people to push, has metal strapped around a concrete core and looks like something out of a 1960s Flintstones cartoon, but Roberts said the roller is a great pothole eraser.

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