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    Default Seatback, Seat-Back, or Seat Back

    Is seatback on or two words? If two, does it get a hyphen?

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    Default Re: Seatback, Seat-Back, or Seat Back

    Quote Originally Posted by paul4567 View Post
    Is seatback one or two words? If two, does it get a hyphen?
    Apparently, either way is okay. (No hyphen needed.)


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