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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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More women in the South East sunbathe topless than any other region (43 per cent compared to just 19 per cent in the South West)
Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said that he will be discussing Assange's plight with his British counterpart and ask the government to allow him to sunbathe at the Ecuadorian embassy, reports News.com.au.
Just 13pc of women are prepared to reveal all at the seaside and only 3pc say they always sunbathe topless.
``You may think your skin looks good now,but if you sunbathe a lot,in 15 years you will see the consequences in lines and wrinkles,'' says Iris Arnold, a (pale and smooth-skinned) therapist at Liverpool's Lasercare clinic.
Seventy per cent of men said they were at ease with seeing others sunbathe topless or nude compared with 59 per cent of women.
Although the distinct lack of a handrail may induce palpitations in district surveyors and anyone with young children, the family seem entirely at ease with the roof-as-room arrangement, shinning nimbly up and down their ladders to eat, play, shower, sunbathe, converse, contemplate the view and even practise musical instruments.
One in five people admitted to 'binge bathing' over a weekend when the sun comes out and 14 per cent still sunbathe with no protection at all.
According to the June/July Freethought Today, "church-related activities" are protected while "`easement restrictions' permit church security guards to evict pedestrians who assemble, picket, distribute literature, sunbathe, smoke, carry guns, play music, make speeches, or engage in `illegal, offensive, indecent, obscene, vulgar, lewd, or disorderly speech, dress, or conduct.'"
Meanwhile, one soccer mom called it "a weird place" to sunbathe.
We watched the girls at their home in Rye argue, sunbathe, have their pictures taken, argue and sunbathe.