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On 7/6/09 4:48 PM, McLauchlan, Kevin wrote:
> > What's the word for lying on one's side or sleeping on one's side?
> Lie back and gaze at the stars (or the ceiling) and you are supine.
> Lie face down, and you are prone.
> Lie on one side or the other and you are.... are..... are..... what, again?
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