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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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In our case, we used machine learning techniques to investigate skin blood flow response to wheelchair tilt and recline usage.
The HP Envy Recline series meets the needs of touch users with a full high-definition (HD) IPS touch screen that responds to all 10 fingers at once, and a unique hinge that allows the screen to be repositioned with ease.
1) The HP ENVY Recline series meets the needs of touch users with a full high-definition (HD)(2) IPS touch screen that responds to all 10 fingers at once, and a unique hinge that allows the screen to be repositioned with ease.
Wilcare's chairs feature integral silent-running electric motors which enable users to raise and recline their chairs to their desired position using a hand-held control pad.
More important than a seal that reclines completely might be the size of the seats.
Twelve years ago, Takata--a major manufacturer of seat belt systems--patented a device that would give a visual or audible warning if a passenger were to recline his or her seat to a dangerous degree.
A full 10% reported that they would recline their seat even if the passenger behind them was noticeably pregnant.
flights made unscheduled landings in the past eight days after passengers got into fights over the ability to recline their seats -- and their was another major on-board incident Tuesday.
Nobody wants to sit upright on an eight-hour overnight trip, so it's usually accepted we all recline.
The aircraft will feature Boeing's Sky Interior new, custom-designed seats featuring a six-way adjustable headrest and the carrier's standard three inches of recline in the main cabin, according to Alaska.
The Carrot 3 includes a unique open-angle recline feature, growth adjustments for height and multi position adjustability, making it one of the only systems designed specifically for children with special needs.