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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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Anyone who would like to donate prizes can call Sit Back Promotions on 07530 180134.
Unable to sit back and take the hit, Lydia investigates the murder starting with learning more about Michael.
IT'S THAT TIME of year again--when chief executives have to sit back and passively await the tireless barrage of headlines proclaiming that you get paid too much.
Just heat and serve, sit back, and loosen your belt.
Deep-sea anglers, sit back in your deck chairs, close your eyes, and imagine fighting to land one of the monstrous fish that cruised the seas off South Carolina about 26 million years ago.
If we become too defensive and sit back, then Banik have shown they are capable of scoring goals.
Her laid-back grooves and smooth vocal style invite you to sit back, close your eyes, tap your foot, and drink in the coolness.
Double click and sit back while your order is loaded onto our truck.
It gives people a roadmap so that they can sit back, take stock and make decisions as to how they should proceed.
Be warned, owners will NOT sit back and watch the promoters ruin our sport, the same as we will not sit back and watch the bookmakers take us for mugs.
Another, by Savannah, age 17, starts: "I can sit back now and remember the first time I saw my father beat my mother.