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    Smile nestled together against their mother's side.

    The puppies nestled together against their mother's side.
    The puppies lay comfortably next to their mother's side.
    The puppies lay nestled on their mother's side.



    Do all of the above sound right and mean about the same? Thanks.


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    Re: nestled together against their mother's side.

    The fist two have the puppies and their mother lying side by side; the last has the puppies lying on top of their mother.

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    Re: nestled together against their mother's side.

    Thanks, Anglika.

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