Thesaurus / upright


Think upright, eye level with your computer, and with your back fully supported.BEST DESK CHAIR FOR ANY HOME OFFICEPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMFEBRUARY 11, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
It will usually be a classic upright, without the ability to transform to a handheld, and with very few additional tools or features.BEST CORDLESS VACUUM: SUCK UP DEBRIS WITHOUT GETTING YOURSELF TANGLEDCHARLOTTE MARCUSJANUARY 19, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Very often back problems are caused by a lack of core stability—your core being the muscles around your abdomen that keep you upright.BEST OFFICE CHAIR: GET COMFY, STAY PRODUCTIVE WITH OUR OFFICE FURNITURE PICKSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMJANUARY 11, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
It provides a base to transfer power between the upper and lower body and gives you the stability to move swiftly and stay upright in unpredictable terrain.THIS 10-MOVE CORE WORKOUT WILL KICK YOUR ASSHAYDEN CARPENTERDECEMBER 21, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Instead of lugging a heavy upright vacuum out of the closet, you just pop this one off its wall charger and go to town.7 GIFTS TO TAKE THE STRESS OUT OF STRESS-CLEANINGJESSICA BODDYDECEMBER 16, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The latest clip on the company’s YouTube channel highlights its animallike robots scaling hills, standing upright, playing sports and navigating industrial settings.ROBOT DOG FIRM BOSTON DYNAMICS IS GETTING A NEW OWNER: HYUNDAIDALVIN BROWNDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Look for Emerald Sentinel, and if you want something even more narrow and upright, get Taylor, which will grow to 20 feet or more but will stay just four feet wide.WINTER WONDERS: CONIFERS REVIVE THE SLEEPING GARDEN. BUT REMEMBER, LESS IS MORE.ADRIAN HIGGINSDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In shape it is curved, like those things for candles attached to upright pianos, but with a weighted foot to hold it firm.MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
Mrs. Ducksmith, who had sat with overwhelmed head in her hands, started bolt upright, and looked at him like one thunderstruck.THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
He had a flashlight gun in his right hand, and a photographer's tripod was propped upright between his knees.HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS


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