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lie

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bask in

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to take extravagant pleasure

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derive or receive pleasure from

be exposed

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Based in Lehi, Bask offers a variety of tech support membership plans for consumers and SMBs that support computers, tablets, smartphones and almost any other technology device that connects to the internet.
Snapping turtles usually bask by floating on top of the water.
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Later Jenifer Weaver, whose long, gorgeous legs are sheer eloquence, basks on him like an odalisque and peels off with a back walkover.
On the other side, those who are working professionals, who might find it difficult to find time to bask in the sun during the morning hours due to the strict regime to reach office or work place on time, why not think about basking in the sun during the lunch break at least for a bare minimum 15 minutes a day.
lt;div class="caption">Turtles bask in the sun on a hot summer day at Kiev zoo July 2, 2009.
Sunlovers flocked to beaches across Wexford, Galway and Donegal as weathermen predicted we would bask in a torrid 86F today and tomorrow.
In nature, chameleons bask on branches in the forests of Kenya, Africa, and wait for insects, spiders, or other lizards to pass within reach of their long, sticky tongues.
I admit, I have basked before and I will probably bask again.
Washington, April 21(ANI): Keeping warm isn't the only reason lizards bask in the sun.
Sunlovers flocked to beaches like Brighton as weathermen predicted the South East would bask in a torrid 86F today and tomorrow.
If you travel to the other side of the world expecting to bask in glorious sunshine, it must be pretty galling to arrive at your destination to find it blighted with the worst summer in living memory ( particularly if the England you left is enjoying a mini-heatwave.