reclining posture

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  • I lay in a half-reclining posture, my head almost against her hip. ...
  • He discovered that by taking as nearly as possible a reclining posture, he got temporary relief. ...
  • The reclining posture is a perfectly natural one, the limbs and feet being slightly drawn up. ...
  • Buddha is seen in a reclining posture keeping his head on the right hand. ...
  • He said he thought they were buried in a sitting or reclining posture, as he came to the skulls first. ...
  • He is represented as in a reclining posture, the head a little inclined and the hands joined. ...
  • She would have exchanged her reclining posture for that of the others, but her mother gently drew her down to her former position. ...
  • He was caught in a reclining posture, his back firmly supported by a solid beam. ...
  • His domestics having often observed him studying in that reclining posture for days together, it was long before they discovered that the poet was no more. ...
  • She had a cuddy forward, which was large enough to accommodate both of her crew in a reclining posture. ...
  • These sudden syncopal attacks are likely to occur when a patient suddenly rises from a reclining posture, especially if he has been asleep. ...
  • He stretched out his limbs easefully, and dropped into a reclining posture. ...
  • "Berwick!" repeated Edward, half raising himself in his surprise from his reclining posture. ...
  • She was about to rise, but Wilfrid begged her not to move, and threw himself into a reclining posture.
  • This, with a reclining posture, will cause contraction of the blood-vessels. ...
  • Ranganatha, or the reclining posture of the God, can be found in this temple. ...
  • He rose from his reclining posture and lightly touched a shining key, which instantly answered in a remote part of the royal palace. ...
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