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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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Office work is the main reason for the inactivity but for the youngest group, most of the time sitting down is in front of a TV or screen.
A link between depression in pregnancy and long spells of sitting down has been found by academics.
Altogether, these strikes involved close to half a million Americans sitting down at their jobs.
But did you know that sitting down was a hazardous activity?
Bottom line, for about $50,000 in materials and a lot more in free labor costs, the firefighters working in the San Fernando Valley's busiest engine company station are finally sitting down together to share a meal in comfort while on duty.
Listening is much more in tune with the way humans learn than sitting down and reading a book.
Toe Stretches: Sitting down, legs out in front of you, lean forward and grasp your big toe.
EVERTON and Liverpool are sitting down to discuss the possibility of sharing a football stadium.
We've had Rock 'n' Roll Elvis, Army Elvis, Las Vegas Elvis and now, finally, Sitting Down Elvis.
It's as if the church finally got it, after sitting down to countless Eucharists and after listening repeatedly to the stories of Jesus' many famous meals.
We try to have everyone sitting down at all times," Fox explains.