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Remember that a Lewis Structure is just a 2D model of a 3D shape. So for example, in water, with a tetrahedral shape, every region of electron density is next to every other, so there is no "top" or bottom. With Lewis structures, it doesn't matter where you draw the lone pairs because it doesn't necessarily mean anything in terms of the actual molecular shape.
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