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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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Some reclining chairs are so well designed that they are almost impossible to distinguish from any other upholstered chair.
Besides, they reclining chair, munched chocolates a should have sympathy for a bloke who can't even cross his legs to strike a pose.
THREE new breast cancer scanners, a TV for every patient and reclining chairs so relatives can stay over are among the items on the Royal Liverpool Hospital's PS10m wishlist.
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Each of those will have its own TV and reclining chair for partners to stay overnight.
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Buy two chairs for just PS99.99 EXPERIENCE the feel of a hammock in a sturdy reclining chair. Comfortable and stylish, our lounger chair is the perfect way to relax on those lazy summer days, in 'zero gravity'.
People are also told to lie on a blanket or reclining chair to get a full-sky view.
The cash has been used to buy a state of the art reclining chair to be used by patients at the Mary Anne Evans Hospice, based on the George Eliot Hospital sit.