An adjustable cushion lets you lean back
and rock or sit up tall to study.
Just tuck the plastic plugs in your nostrils, lean back
These users like to consume music in both a lean back
and lean forward manner where they can apply the familiar "search and find" metaphor of the Internet to music discovery and enjoyment.
Poached egg, one rasher of lean back
bacon, grilled tomato, reduced fat sausage, slice of wholemeal toast with low-fat spread.
One step back into shadow, an unguarded moment out of the spotlight just long enough to lean back
, sip from a plastic cup, flip a microphone cord into place.
The sit-up name reflects the mix of lean back
(television) and lean forward (computer) technologies - interactive television viewers will not simply 'lean back
' and watch or 'lean forward' to use a PC, they will be able to 'sit up' and enjoy an interactive viewing experience whether on their television or their PC.
THE actress with a lean back
was Charlize Theron, not Scarlett Johansson, though her back is also lean (3am Magazine, Page 29, June 9).
The moment draws soft sighs of delight from dozens of guests who lean back
, stare into space and leave their earthly troubles behind.
The force of the blow caused Yarbrough to lean back
a little, but then the giant leaned forward.
It's nice as an actor to lean back
in a chair and say, 'Yeah.
If you are under a low spot and the surge lifts you, don't lean back
,'' the guide says.
Other researchers previously have reported people suffering strokes at hair salons when they lean back
for a shampoo.
Pick any song - ``A Time For Love,'' live with his trio, or Sonny Rollins' ``Oleo'' with a quartet, ``Giant Steps'' solo in the studio or ``You Took Advantage of Me,'' playing acoustic guitar behind Fitzgerald - and then just lean back
Computer users -- now freed from cord-length limitations -- can lean back
, relax and type from up to 6 feet away.
For example, while herbal tea is known for its relaxing and soothing qualities, high consumption of such beverages also can lower blood pressure and put people at risk of fainting in the dental chair when they lean back
for an extended period, Shapira explained.