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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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This man yelling at Rihanna to sit down during the game last night enrages me in a way that I can't even articulate," one Twitter user captioned the gif.
If you can get them to sit down, you can get them to spend money," says Chad Koep, who owns the store in Fairmont, Minnesota.
Jeff Thomas | If I want to sit down I will watch it at home.
The study reported that about 87percent of children and young people sit down with their family at mealtimes, but while almost 74 percent of families chat at mealtimes every day, some 7 percent admitted to eating their meals in silence almost everyday.
still to stand, so I sit down, and I sit down, and I sit down, but the
Here's my pal--a very bright and very successful businessman--who, when all is said and done, wanted/requested/expected/hoped for nothing more than to have, in his own home, one guaranteed quiet place to sit down.
You sit down near the floor, other people sit down and fall back against you and if somebody gets up you all fall about.
Sit Down invites visitors to consider what makes the perfect seat.
Holding a small bottle of water, sit down or stand with your feet hip-width apart and your back straight, slowly bend your arm at the elbow in a bicep curl.
With their early hits Sit Down and Come Home, James revelled in the dizzy heights of the early 1990s Manchester club scene.
ACTORS DON'T always know why they've been cast in certain roles, but Kenan Thompson is perfectly aware of how he landed the part of acting principal Sue Sezno on Fox's new high school-themed animated series, Sit Down, Shut Up.