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reclining

[riklī′ning]
leaning backward. recline, v.
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The new reclining seats in ODEON Silverlink's IMAX screen
Below: Henry Moore's 1979 |sculpture Reclining Figure
Instead of telling the benumbed passengers about their flotation devices, maybe the announcer could warn them, at the beginning of their flight, that reclining their chairs will probably create discomfort for the person behind them and that they might want, at minimum, to go back gradually so the poor soul behind has a moment to adjust to the inevitable.
I think on short haul reclining is a no-no, unless you ask the person behind if they mind - and some airlines, such as Monarch and easyJet, have fixed seats, which eliminates the problem.
The Knee Defender limits the reclining angle of the seat.
8226; Brooklyn Height Collection Reclining Loveseat- The set has dual recliners on both the sofa and the loveseat.
The Foundation was also targeted in 2005, when a gang drove off with a PS2million Moore sculpture, also called Reclining Figure, on a flatbed truck.
Managing director, Anthony Kiff, tries out one of the company's reclining chairs
99 EXPERIENCE the feel of a hammock in a sturdy reclining chair.
Please note that the recommended weight limit for the reclining chair is 120 kg.
Summit Treestands has added three new stands to The Crush Series lineup: the Outlook ladder stand and two tripod stands with reclining seats.