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The Snugli, for instance, patented in 1969, is supported by photographs showing diverse cultural iterations of baby slings worn fore and aft, as well as a kangaroo with a baby in its pouch.
The bench seat slides fore and aft 60/40, captain’s chairs slide individually, and both bench and captain’s chairs have reclining backs for extra comfort.
The final page of our search revealed a multi-panel comic depicting various characters riding a bicycle modified with propeller blades fore and aft.
Unlike her sister submarines, Carter also features auxiliary maneuvering thrusters fore and aft for precise maneuvering near the ocean floor.
The design calls for two electric motors, fore and aft, totaling more than 600 hp.
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