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> How's about variations that use flank, oblique, or pleuron?
> Medically, the body positions are supine, sitting, prone,
> head down, and
> lateral. At least, that is the case in this 1956 article on
> body positions
> and breathing,
Hmm. First two might get tossed in, just to mix it up a bit. Pleuron... not so much. The audience is not cardio-thoracic surgeons nor entmologists :-)
Anyway, I think the horse is dead. I'll stop now.
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