“She sits _gracefully_; They live _happily_ and _contentedly_; we employ the verbs _sleeps, sits_, and _live_, in an active sense.”
“And sometimes he sits down on the bench and just _sits_ there.”
“(_He sits on the bank and the_ CHISERA _sits below him.”
“The title sits in eighth as sales climb again, up twelve percent.”
“Rarely is the translation direct -- "add to this one frayed, high-water charro suit" or, "her entourage of viejitas (gossipy old biddies)" -- other times a term sits untranslated.”
“The title sits on top and tells me there may be something, potentially, but if it’s not right there on my plate in front of me, why should I get up off my chair to go looking?”
“McCain sits with one of the best healthcare plans anyone could want and its free to him.”
“And so my recycling bin sits permanently on my back stoop.”
“Good rule of thumb – if you notice that the coach has sent a good player to the box (maybe one who'd normally kill penalties) after a too many men call – where he can pick who sits from the guys on the ice — it was probably that guy's fault.”
“The virgin sits around in the woods until a unicorn comes to her.”
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