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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Originally built in 1907 by the Forestry Commission, the semi-detached house is set in extensive grounds, which are mostly south-facing to catch the sun.
I arrived pale enough last Friday and, rather than catch the sun, get whiter with every taxi ride.
Gardens are landscaped and planned to catch the sun.
As always with bronzer, use it on the top half of your face - anywhere you would catch the sun.
A four-song encore ensued, a visceral, air-punching rendition of Catch The Sun being the pick of the bunch.
Containers on the ground or balcony base can be moved around to catch the sun or be grouped for a massed effect.
When ever we went on the tour or played charity games, Birdy would find somewhere to catch the sun - he would sit like the Godfather, pointing and directing.
All the favourites from their two Mercury Award nominated albums got an airing from Here It Comes to Sea Song and Caught By The River, and no one minded when they missed the jangly intro to Catch The Sun three times before getting it right.
Then there are small, quirky examples like the 16-sided cottage in Exmouth, ingeniously designed by two late 18th century female cousins so that rooms would catch the sun throughout the day in the sequence in which they were used.
They played with a controlled abandon not seen since they ambushed USC in the 1995 finale - opening with a 65-yard scoring drive that seemed to catch the Sun Devils, playing their first road game, by surprise.
A terrace opens between the rooms, angled to catch the sun at lunchtime on summer days.
They employ a robotics unit with an infrared, light sensitive photo diode that tracks the sun as it travels through the sky, turning to catch the sun at its maximum angle and reflecting its rays down through the skylight.