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    #1

    Lean back on chair. I have it on mind.

    Lean back "on chair" or "in chair".

    Sit "in chair" or "on chair".

    Sit "in couch" or "on couch".

    I have this thing "in my mind" or "on my mind".

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: Lean back on chair. I have it on mind.

    There is a typo in your title.
    None of your "questions" is laid out correctly nor are they complete sentences (unless they're imperatives, which is unlikely).
    There are multiple missing articles.

    I am closing this thread. Please take five minutes to look carefully at every part of your post and then start again. Please go back to asking just one question per thread and waiting for answers before asking anything else.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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