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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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The survey stated that 64 percent admitted that they had never reclined their seat because they were worried about the reactions they may receive.
025 to account for using multiple tests on the same data and used a repeated-measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) to determine if durations and frequencies of access to five ranges of tilt-in-space and reclined angles differed significantly.
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.
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Then on Monday night, on a Delta flight from New York to West Palm Beach, Florida, a woman resting her head on a tray table got upset when the passenger in front of her reclined his seat, hitting her in the head.
A Ghana-bound United Airlines flight was escorted back to Washington Dulles International Airport by Air Force fighter jets shortly after takeoff Sunday night after bubbling tensions over a reclined seat.
Melbourne, May 31 (ANI): The stress of flying, specially with reclined seats and uncompromising passengers, has made many Australians twisted with revenge, and that initiated a survey, which now has come up with top 10 methods to cope up with midair stresses.
A BRITISH Airways pilot was forced to make an emergency landing after a passenger reclined his seat, annoyed the man behind him - and sparked a mid-air riot.
The participants reclined in a metal cylinder equipped with a vacuum system that reduced the pressure on their legs suddenly, to simulate the stress of standing.
Newly added bolsters along the back and seat keep the resident comfortable and centered in the chair when reclined, while allowing the caregiver convenient access.