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Sit

To hold court or perform an act that is judicial in nature; to hold a session, such as of a court, Grand Jury, or legislative body.

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Sitting Duck Life Insurance Planning is the first Sitting Duck module available to the public.
BARNLSEY 1 MIDDLESBROUGH 0 CHAMPIONSHIP BARNSLEY'S straight-talking chief Keith Hill concedes he was a sitting duck during the last campaign.
Unfortunately, the front tyres lost their grip in the blistering heat, causing the handling to go and I became a sitting duck.
The Hammers fans already want him out despite having gained promotion, and a bad start - which is very likely - make him a sitting duck
And as always, I remain a proud New Yorker or a sitting duck, whichever you prefer, awaiting more terror news and, of course, more calls from my sister.
She was soon a sitting duck for the winner, who went on to score comfortably by three lengths and richly rewarded the backers who got on at the in-running high of 210.
You'll feel more like a sitting duck than a hulking metal killing machine, screaming at the screen as a frustrating mixture of poor controls and rubbish onscreen prompts make aiming at enemies near impossible.
I used to enjoy shooting a sitting duck at the fun fair when I was a child, but I've never felt compelled to harm a duck in real life.
IRELAND'S top movie star is a sitting duck for loved-up fans and maniac stalkers, we can reveal.
Isolated on an industrial estate, its burglar alarm inactive, unprotected by the luxury of security staff, it was a sitting duck.
IAM chief executive Christopher Bullock said: "These stories have combined to create the impression that the poor old private driver is a sitting duck for half-baked ideas and threaten to undermine public respect for the law.
The doors of the dealership had been left open - with the cars and a computer system a sitting duck for thieves.