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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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Edmond Alexandre, 60, was charged in federal court with interfering with flight crew members after becoming enraged when a woman passenger sitting in the seat in front of him reclined the seat, encroaching on his space.
Three days later an American Airlines flight bound for Paris was diverted to Boston after a male passenger became upset when a woman reclined her seat in front of him.
It is possible that Hillary Clinton would not know the seat in front of her had reclined, since she is famous for being able to fall asleep at will.
I was flying back from holiday this week when the man in front reclined without warning - sending my laptop flying.
Past studies have shown that it's healthier and more natural to have a reclined or relaxed posture while dining also aiding in digestion.
Dr Spelman said that a reclined seat can negatively impact upon a person's overall flight experience, especially if the person in front is being particularly inconsiderate.
An occupant who wears a seat belt while reclined is not "centered" in the belt, rendering it ineffective for spreading crash forces over the body.
He also began to experience bitemporal and nuchal headaches, which resolved when he removed his eyeglasses or reclined.
The subjects, desirous of becoming Bamakois, stood, sat, or reclined for him like models in front of a painter.
I endure the tiny seats, the dearth of leg room, the stranger's head in my lap when his seat is reclined, the fuzzy movie on screen at the head of the cabin, the two choices - usually inedible chicken or inedible beef - of entrees.
The First Reclined Elliptical from America's Original Fitness Brand