on end, glider recliner, lounger, sunlounger, plant, armchair, wheelchair,
Newsweek's cover features an illustration of the president sitting in a recliner with junk food, his phone and a remote.
Newsweek's new cover calls President Trump a 'Lazy Boy'
Emblazoned on the issue's cover: "LAZY BOY: Donald Trump is bored and…
May the odds be ever in your favour.
Footage shows hundreds of holidaymakers SPRINTING to grab sunloungers
Tensions were rising in Benidorm this August.
Japan's Nuclear Debate Weighs Safety, Economics
Thousands of Japanese — young, old, in wheelchairs and on skateboards — shout anti-nuclear slogans from behind police barricades that snake around the office of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda. Over the past four months, the protests have swelled; ...
(noun) An armchair whose back can be lowered and foot can be raised to allow the sitter to recline in it.
During football season, my husband plants himself in the recliner that faces the TV and does not budge for hours on end.
Olympic medal rankings let armchair athletes compete in a tribal sense. But armchair economists among them no doubt feel uneasy comparing the gold haul of China—population 1.34 billion—with, say, Jamaica, home to less than 3 million.
1A comfortable chair for relaxing on, especially an outdoor chair that adjusts or extends, allowing a person to recline:Kate was lying on a lounger beside a pool
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1.1A person spending their time lazily or in a relaxed way:the loungers in the beer parlour catcalled at him
A lounger used for sunbathing.
an armchair critic
an armchair quarterback ［general, strategist］
tr.v., plant·ed, plant·ing, plants.
To place or set (seeds, for example) in the ground to grow.
To place seeds or young plants in (land); sow: plant a field in corn.
To place (spawn or young fish) in water or an underwater bed for cultivation: plant oysters.
To stock with spawn or fish.
To introduce (an animal) into an area.
To set firmly in position; fix: planted both feet on the ground.
To establish; found: plant a colony.
To fix firmly in the mind; implant: "The right of revolution is planted in the heart of man" (Clarence Darrow).
To station (a person) for the purpose of functioning in secret, as by observing, spying, or influencing behavior: Detectives were planted all over the store.
To place secretly or deceptively so as to be discovered or made public: planted a gun on the corpse to make the death look like suicide.
To conceal; hide: planted the stolen goods in the warehouse.
Slang. To deliver (a blow or punch).
[Middle English plante, from Old English and Old French, both from Latin planta, sprout, seedling.]
plantable plant'a·ble adj.
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Continuously, without interruption, as in It's been raining for days on end. This term, which might just as well be put "seemingly without end," dates from about 1300.
Big Lots Recalls Glider Recliners with Ottomans Due to Entrapment and Finger Crushing Hazards
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.
Name of Products: Microfiber Glider Recliners with Ottomans and Leather Glider Recliners with Ottomans
Units: About 375,000
Retailer: Big Lots, of Columbus, Ohio.
Hazard: An exposed gap between the moving parts of the chair and the base framework can allow access to toddlers and infants, posing an entrapment hazard. In addition, other exposed moving parts on the chair and the ottoman can pose finger pinching and crushing hazards to older children and adults.
Incidents/Injuries: CPSC received two reports of children under age two who were found trapped at the neck between horizontal components of the frame at the back of the chair. In both incidents, adults were able to release the children who suffered no permanent injuries.
Description: The Microfiber Glider Recliner and Leather Glider Recliner are reclining glider/rocking chairs on a swivel base. Both the chair and ottoman sit on circular metal bases made from 1.25 inch metal tubing and have cushions covered in either light brown or green microfiber fabric or dark brown simulated leather fabric. A label under the seat of the chair identifies the manufacturer as Dongguan Shindin Metal & Plastic Products Ltd. There is a small label on the front metal rod under the seat that states "Maximum wt load 250 lbs."
Sold at: Big Lots stores nationwide from January 2005 through December 2009 for about $170.
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the chairs and contact Big Lots for a free repair kit that covers the base framework and the moving parts of the chair and ottoman.
Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Big Lots toll-free at (866) 244-5687 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or visit the firm's website at www.biglots.com