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  • "Today is, for the most part, really a sit-and-wait kind of day," said Kurt Kinker , the chief market analyst with Mirus Futures.

    Crude Climbs In Anticipation of Fed Action

  • While some predators actively pursue their prey, others use a "sit-and-wait" ambush strategy.

    Predation

  • And I do disagree with your sit-and-wait approach.

    Think Progress » “The real victims of Fox News weren’t the liberals

  • They are sit-and-wait predators that lunge with great speed at passing objects, but they also consume static objects like molluscs and some plants.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • During these hours, largemouths retreat to cover or drop down to deep weed edges, and they change from stalkers or cooperative feeders to what biologists call sit-and-wait predators.

    Seeing the Light

  • I decided to head back to my Impala for a little sit-and-wait, when I heard something muffled and indistinct.

    The Quickie

  • The sit-and-wait aspect is why I don't do theatre any more.

    back to reality

  • The sit-and-wait aspect is why I don't do theatre any more.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Early February, the BoE shifted as expected, to a sit-and-wait approach.

    FXstreet.com

  • Early February, the BoE shifted as expected, to a sit-and-wait approach.

    FXstreet.com

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