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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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People living in the south east of England are the most likely to sit tight, with 93% claiming they will leave their shares where they are, followed by the Welsh at 92%.
But since it's possible further changes are on their way, the best advice is to sit tight.
PASSENGERS TOLD TO SIT TIGHT PASSENGERS affected by the BA cabin crew strikes should "sit tight" for the next 24 hours, a travel group said.
Unless they are desperate, sellers will sit tight, sending turnover levels even lower.
Small investors holding RBS shares can sit tight and "feel a little more optimistic about the company's future" says Nick Raynor, investment advisor at the Share Centre which says that RBS has given itself the best possible chance of raising the money by being first in the queue for new money.
We matched strides with Mill House, just behind leader Foinavon, and I again had to sit tight when he made a mistake at the last on the first circuit.
So sit tight, enjoy the ride - and at all costs, keep your finger off the cruise-control button.
If their properties' vacancy rates are not critically high, it may be wiser to sit tight, keep the space off the market, and wait for the market's inevitable return in the next couple of years.
Danny Cox, pensions development manager at Bristol-based independent financial adviser Hargreaves Landsdown, said people with endowment policies should sit tight as they could be subject to a market value adjustment, which knocks a certain percentage off the value of their investment if it is redeemed early, if they tried to take their money away.
At this point, a cell "decides" whether to proliferate, sit tight, or continue to grow but not divide.
Consider that true portfolio managers buy stocks when they're attractive, sell when appropriate, and sit tight when necessary.
Ledley is ready to sit tight and leave next summer as a free agent.