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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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There are others who are saying that removing the ability to recline the seat will have a limited impact.
HMS Seating's SECURE EZ 500 is an ergonomically designed chair with recline and tilt-in space capability for a resident's maximum comfort and safety.
Options include manual power-assist recline or full power-actuated recline, run by an electronically operated joystick.
With additional controllers such as a "seat control" or an ECU (environmental control unit), Merlin allows users to easily operate recline systems, computers and almost any other remote-controlled device.
Standard features include an adjustment that allows the user to recline in a true flat bed position.