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    1. ’ She instructed, directing a straw between the swollen lips of the recumbent woman

    2. remaining Cardinals standing helplessly over the recumbent

    3. at the recumbent figure of the old Abbot

    4. At first Torbin had not been aware of any physical sensation, but then he realised he was recumbent, and that some kind of metal frame held his head; yet that wasn’t what was preventing him from any movement

    5. She was recumbent on a surgical couch

    6. She was recumbent on a couch, completely motionless, until she raised her head

    7. Scott was still recumbent on the ship’s couch, the interface array gone

    8. Recumbent on a bed of steel-like metal (which was really only a rectangular block on the floor)

    9. Even though he was recumbent, Bosco sat up a little higher and jutted his chin out with pride

    10. Pretending not to notice, Sebastian leapt agilely over recumbent bodies to the diving board and confronted the young man

    11. Last night had been the first time in her life that she had indulged in sex, and it was heavenly! She glanced with tenderness and love at the recumbent figure alongside her in the bed – he was indeed a handsome fellow, one “well-versed” in the Art of Love…and… very well-endowed!!……

    12. Hu Lyang’s men carried James’ recumbent form to within the interior of a small panel-van and drove away

    13. 'I drugged his wine,' she whispered, swerving to avoid the recumbent figure

    14. She doubted if the lamed man could walk now that he had remained recumbent

    15. Sun through the bi-fold windows cut across the floor in glaring panels, not reaching the bed, yet providing sufficient light to show Clegg’s recumbent form lying as it was before

    16. 'Then oughtn't it to have been called The Cows?' asked Lucy; for the meadows round were strewn thickly as far as she could see with recumbent cows, and they caught her eye much more than the tossing bare willow branches

    17. Johnson looked from book and letter to the recumbent

    18. Mark, past the recumbent figure, and across the picture by means of the band of light on the ground, to the

    19. How will you have me, full length or three-quarters, on my head or my heels? I should respectfully suggest a recumbent posture, then put yourself in also and call it ' Dolce far niente'

    20. He looked down at the recumbent thief

    21. Rincewind stared muzzily at the recumbent tourist

    22. At two recumbent tourists

    23. Unwilling to prolong a useless discussion, the young man affected to comply, by posting his back against the logs of the blockhouse, in a half recumbent posture, though resolutely determined, in his own mind, not to close an eye until he had delivered his precious charge into the arms of Munro himself

    24. His vision became more acute as the shades of evening settled on the place; and even after the stars were glimmering above his head, he was able to distinguish the recumbent forms of his companions, as they lay stretched on the grass, and to note the person of Chingachgook, who sat upright and motionless as one of the trees which formed the dark barrier on every side

    25. It shone by day in the heavens alone, brighter than Venus in the night, and by night it shone over delta in Cassiopeia, the recumbent constellation which is the signature of his initial among the stars

    26. Lawrence (martyr, lo August): the monthly recurrence known as the new moon with the old moon in her arms: the posited influence of celestial on human bodies: the appearance of a star (1st magnitude) of exceeding brilliancy dominating by night and day (a new luminous sun generated by the collision and amalgamation in incandescence of two nonluminous exsuns) about the period of the birth of William Shakespeare over delta in the recumbent neversetting constellation of Cassiopeia and of a star (2nd magnitude) of similar origin but of lesser brilliancy which had appeared in and disappeared from the constellation of the Corona Septentrionalis about the period of the birth of Leopold Bloom and of other stars of (presumably) similar origin which had (effectively or presumably) appeared in

    27. Listener: reclined semilaterally, left, left hand under head, right leg extended in a straight line and resting on left leg, flexed, in the attitude of Gea-Tellus, fulfilled, recumbent, big with seed

    28. Exactly how the stone for the sarcophagus—over ten feet long and four feet tall—had been hauled to its present site was undoubtedly a story worth hearing, but Merlin already knew whose hands had created the larger-than-life recumbent effigy of the saint which adorned it

    29. Now, from the window of the bookshop on the corner, pyramids and campaniles of In Cold Blood taunted him, along with a propped-up photograph, like a French postcard, of the author recumbent on a dark divan

    30. Beyond an open window birds twitter and buses sigh, but even after she can tell herself these things with some authority, she remains recumbent, a sweaty pillow over her head

    31. Tears rush down the sides of my recumbent face, streaming down my temples in hot streams that get thicker with each successive wave of emotion

    32. There were white hummocks and pale delineations of things recumbent under sheets in the dimness

    33. A couple of paces distant, at the foot of the hedge on the other side, exactly at the point where the gap which he was meditating would have been made, there was a sort of recumbent stone which formed a bench, and on this bench was

    34. Precisely at midnight he went to the kitchen and prepared a thermos of coffee as thick as crude oil, then he took it to his room, put his false teeth into the glass of boric acid solution that he always found ready for him on the night table, and resumed the posture of a recumbent marble statue, with momentary shifts in position when he took a sip of coffee, until the maid came in at six o’clock with a fresh thermos

    35. Yes, we became very wakeful; so much so that our recumbent position began to grow wearisome, and by little and little we found ourselves sitting up; the clothes well tucked around us, leaning against the head-board with our four knees drawn up close together, and our two noses bending over them, as if our kneepans were warming-pans

    36. And as in the great hunting countries of India, the stranger at a distance will sometimes pass on the plains recumbent elephants without knowing them to be such, taking them for bare, blackened elevations of the soil; even so, often, with him, who for the first time beholds this species of the leviathans of the sea

    37. The mistress of the house, Princess Sophia Vasilievna, was a recumbent lady

    38. On one side burned a crooked tallow candle, which a recumbent soldier was holding to illuminate the book which another one was spelling out slowly

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    accumbent decumbent recumbent prone supine reclining flat resting horizontal lying