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Powered exoskeleton

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  1. a powered mobile machine consisting primarily of a skeleton-like framework worn by a person and a power supply that supplies at least part of the activation-energy for limb movement

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  2. has appeared in a wide variety of fiction, beginning with E. E. Smith's Lensman series in 1937

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  3. Powered exoskeletons are designed to assist and protect the wearer

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 29, 2008
  4. A wide medical market exists in the future for providing mobility assistance for aged and infirm people

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  5. They may be designed, for example, to assist and protect soldiers and construction workers, or to aid the survival of people in other dangerous environments

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