“It came with the Queen's postage from an address in Sherbrooke, and related of her recumbence there after her visit with the specialist.”
“Then again, she may have actually been charmed by his recumbence.”
“So I stepped on to the floor, reeling dizzily from my enforced recumbence, and knelt by the side of the bed.”
“The consequences of these conditions must be the recumbence of the folds formed under the crust-stress, and their”
“The lungs are normal, except from complications following drenching or recumbence for a long period.”
“On receiving the unexpected order, Pepe rose from his habitual attitude of recumbence, stretched himself at his leisure, yawned several times, and then obeyed the summons, saying as he went out: "What the devil fancy has the captain got into his head to send for _me_?”
“He shall be his Apollo, that can give him a sufficient reason, why justifying faith should consist in recumbence  and reliance on Christ's merits for the pardon of sin  (p. 224).”
“Watch them as they clasp hands and run down to the water's edge; see them prancing playfully where the waves die on the sand, while devoted swains launch the floating mattress upon which it is their custom to bask so picturesquely; see them now as they rush into the green waves and mount the softly rocking thing; observe the gleam of their white arms as, idly, they splash and paddle; note the languid grace of their recumbence: chins on hands, heels waving lazily in air; hear them squeal in inharmonious unison, as a young member of the”
“Take your head away, you don't care a fig that my flowers will wear a dissipated recumbence; remember the dinner and ball. ”
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