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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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A full 10% reported that they would recline their seat even if the passenger behind them was noticeably pregnant.
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Knee Defender is a small plastic device that helps me protect myself by limiting how much the seat in front of me can recline. I wanted to let you know about this and provide the following information," according to the official (http://www.kneedefender.com/) website.
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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.
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