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reclining

[riklī′ning]
leaning backward. recline, v.
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Either way, the Michigan-based enterprise retains the distinction of having launched not only an iconic American brand but also the entire recliner industry.
Other top brands on display include La-z-Boy, Sherborne, Alstons, Vale and Old Charm in the recliner showroom, while among the top names for the bedroom are award-winners like Burgess Beds and Harrison Beds.
According to Stutzman, this new line of upholstered furniture will be a hit with those looking to purchase Amish-made sofas and recliners online, "Any customer that is looking for a premium quality piece of furniture will be excited, not only because of the durability and the comfort but the eco-friendly aspect as well.
Deaths from using the Nap Nanny Infant Recliner occurs in two ways:
In the cockpit, optional Arena Seating gives you a rear-facing portside recliner, and the entire cockpit is bordered by the maximum amount of seating, which features contrasting panels for a classy look.
The Garden Factory chair costs pounds 40 Kingshall's highquality recliner is pounds 169 plus pounds 59 for the cushion
Available in single, double and I king sizes you can also place the Comfy Recliner at the foot the bed to raise tired and V aching feet and aid circulation.
The competitors were only allowed to leave their recliners for bathroom breaks every eight hours, and were disqualified for falling asleep
Shaffer is also a consummate soccer dad and his favorite recliner is a great way to show his pride.
The diocesan chancellor, with something of a proprietary air, sat down in the bishop's reading chair, and the university president, smiling, leaned back in the recliner and said something about beer and salami, which made his vice presidents laugh.
Invacare's Deluxe 3-Position Recliner Series provides an alternative to prolonged bed rest by addressing the positioning and pressure-reduction needs of residents.
For a stylish take on the massage chair, try the iJoy ($700), a recliner that wrangles A all the kneadability of a standard massage chair into something resembling .