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His foot was on the armrest, but not with an intention to harass," the wife of the accused told ANI.
Southwest's policy applies to someone who cannot sit in a seat with the armrest down," Osborne explains.
This includes soft leather upholstery with contrast piping for the first two rows of seats, and for the extra-padded armrests on the front doors.
This resulted in specifications like three removable access doors; armrests, footrests and hand grips; an ergonomic V-shaped patient seat designed for back support and perineal access; cushioned headrest; trapeze with sky hook towel grip; and the elimination of water jets--demonstrably devoid of patient benefits--to reduce cleaning and turnaround time by 75 percent.
With its swivelling and automatically tilting seat, mini steering wheel, floating armrest and fingertip controls, the new truck virtually eliminates repetitive strain injury.
Insert your finger into the toilet's armrest to check your blood pressure, a measure of the force your heart uses to pump blood.
Each auditorium will offer plush, roomy seating with cup holder armrest and large wall-to-wall screens.
Stackable fully upholstered chair, Seat and back separate, 4-leg frame made of aluminum rectangular tube black coated, Armrest plastic black, Chair base with plastic glides.
coli O157:H7 survived longest (96 hours) on the material from the armrest.
If the armrest is not movable, and so doesn't swing out of the way, the person must go up and over the armrest, risking intrusion of the armrest into areas of the body where the "sun don't shine.
The Chrysler 300 and 300C Luxury Series sedans are offered with a Foligno leather-wrapped instrument panel, and premium Nappa leather covers the door armrest, bolster and centre console armrest.
The SideWinder[TM] II armrest by New Holland, launched on the T7000 Auto Command[TM] tractor, brings driver-foe used ergonomics, convenience, and control to tractor controls--formerly available only on the most advanced self-propelled forage harvesters and combines.