- v. present participle of situate.
“It is possible that Hindki developed as a local appellation or compound of Hindu and Khattri. 57 Gankovsky and other Russian and Soviet scholars are unequivocal in situating Shikarpuris in the early Durrani polity.”
“By which I mean that the idea of situating a grand "hanging gardens", or beautiful parkland, above an otherwise ugly and gritty city is not a bad one.”
“First of all, the idea of situating a management institute in remote areas cut off from civilisation needs to be examined.”
“Whatever "situating" involved, it took twenty minutes.”
“This year I planned on being more prepared for mother nature, packing a storm jacket and situating our party's blanket close to an exit path, as to avoid the inevitable stampede out of the park.”
“Black Orpheus," Marcel Camus's retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth, put bossa nova on the map by situating it in a Rio de Janeiro chockablock with singers and samba dancers at carnival time.”
“Several years before his conversion, Wilberforce had been elected to Parliament, ideally situating him to lead the fight to change the laws.”
“Equally daunting is the challenge of situating Jewish culture, of grounding it in a particular context, especially these days when everything's up for grabs.”
“Hiro Hasegawa , a Tepco spokesman in Tokyo, said other ways of situating the generator could pose problems.”
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