rearward


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Synonyms for rearward

toward the back

in or toward a former location or condition

the part or area farthest from the front

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Synonyms for rearward

direction toward the rear

located in or toward the back or rear

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directed or moving toward the rear

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at or to or toward the back or rear

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The Excellence Child Seat Concept, which also provides a function to help small children safely lean back and sleep, is based on Volvo's clear safety position; that small children should travel rearward facing as long as possible (at least up to the age of 3 or 4).
On firings the piston travels rearward about a half-inch, transferring its energy to the operating rod, which is screwed and pinned to the bolt carrier.
The optional all-wheel-drive system now uses an electronically controlled clutch pack to send power rearward should the computer determine that it's needed.
Pump-action shotguns cycle rounds by sliding the forearm rearward in order to activate solid connected action bars that open the chamber, expel the spent round and allow a new one to be fed into the chamber from the magazine.
Adjust the cradle position by removing the pintle/toggle quick-release pin and rotating the cradle about the pintle forward or rearward for best gunner positioning.
Simply bring the support hand under the gun rearward, grasp the offending hull and sharply drag the hull rearward out of the gun.
AA president Edmund King said: "In very large cars, rearward seats can work and provide extra safety.
For example, the researchers found that the skeleton of a dog at a Finnish museum depicts the right hind leg in a rearward position while the right foreleg is raised and moving forward.
Rivals such as Nissan have offered camera view systems for years but the Kuga is the first Ford to get one, with the rearward image shown on a seven-inch colour screen in the dashboard DVD system.
The driving position is not good, rearward vision is limited to the large side mirrors and road-holding is awful - nowhere near as good as other 4x4s.
The wheelchairs were tested in their most and least stable configurations (forward and rearward directions) in the static stability tests ([section]1 in the ANSI/RESNA wheelchair standards).
Quite clearly my eyes point forward, they don't point rearward," said the Scot of the coming together that occurred when Massa tried to go past on the inside at the end of the main straight.
The deflector fits into slots behind the front seats and does not hinder rearward vision because it uses a mesh design.
He said: "Quite clearly my eyes point forward not rearward and he had a much clearer view how much space there was.
The amount of rearward movement of the roller is selectable by the user within the mechanical limits of the model purchased, from about 1/2" minimum to 2" maximum.